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DICTIONARY 

ENGLISH, GERMAN AND FRENCH, 

CONTAINING NOT ONLY 

THE ENGLISH WORDS 

IN THEIR ALPHABETICAL ORDER, 
TOGETHER WITH THEIR SEVERAL SIGNIFICATIONS; 

BUT ALSO 

THEIR PROPER ACCENT, PHRASES, FIGURATIVE SPEECHES, 
IDIOMS, AND PROVERBS, 

TAKEN FROM THE BEST NEW 

ENGLISH DICTIONARIES 

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Mr. CHRISTIAN LUDWIG. 

SECOND EDITION 

, CAREFULLY REVISED, CORRECTED, AND CONSIDERABLY 

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About the marks Sc abbreviations, ufed in the following Di£lionar>\ 

* notes both figurative & jocofe words, phrafes , & fignifications j item, ob- 
folete words. 

t notes words, that fome will not ufe, or that grow out of ufc 

P, notes a Proverb. 

A, an Adjedlivc. 

S. a Subftantive. 

V. A. a Verb Aaive. 

V. N. a Verb Neutre. 

Parr, a Participle. 

Adv. an Adverb. 

Pr£p. a Pracpofition, 

e.g. exempli gratia y or, as for example, 

f See. V. Vicky or ^kc. 

' notes an Acute, or short & quick Accent , & shews that the Vowel or Di- 
phthong of the accented fyllable , ^^ here it ftands , ought to be pronounced short j 
e.g. I or y like a short / j u, like a short ?/j ea, like a short ^3 ea, like a short 
fl j 60, like a short a; 6u, like a short 03 ou, like a short //, &c 

' notes a Circumflex or long Accent , and shews , that the Vowel or Di- 
phthong, where it ftands, ought to be pronounced fomewhat long; e.g. ior y\ 
like the Germane ct or (f); u like iu^ da like the Germane c\) ork j do like u[); 
ou like au ; 6u, like of)/ or 0^/ or u()/ (according to the rules of the Grarn- 
mar) ow' like auj 6w , lil^ a long f) , &c. 



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abbtmatuun* 

9cn ; it)ie auc^ aitc wgcbvani^li(i)c 4'ngltfd)e morte. 

t jcigct an n?orte / t)te ctlic^e nid[)t (jcrn gcbraud^en , ot»cr tic fonjl unbraud^bar 
tvcrt)cin 

P. hchtUUt tin Proverbium obcr (^pxid)mxU 

A (in Adjedivum. 

S.tin Subftantivum. 

V, A. tin Verbum Adivutn. • 

V. N. tin Verbum Neurrum. 

Parr, tin Participium. 

Adv. tin Adverbium. 

Pr<ep. tint Prxpofition. 

e.a. exempli gratia, oHt / JUm t):tmptU 

f. ftc^c* V. Vide, ot)cr/ ficl)C. 

' k^cutct cincn Acutum , ober furecn unb gcfc^minbcn Accent , unb ^etcjcf an, 




ein furg o; ou, mtecin furec^ u, :c» 

' bcbcu(et eincn Circumflexum , obcr cincn (angm «nb bcl^ncnbcn Accent , unb 
^cic^et an, bag bcr Vocalis ober Diphihongus , bariibcr cr j?cf;ct / mu^ ctma^ \a\\o^ 
pronunciret iinD (^ebc^r.ct merbcn ; €. g.\ oDcr y njic ci obcr ei) ; ii mic \\x ; ca, n>ie 
e^ obcr ic ; 60, mt \\\) ; oir, anc an; 6u, njic a^ , pbcr o() / obcr «l) uiacf; bcr 
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A. ABA. 

A An. f iiT, filter, f, e^, ?/«, urn. e. ^. A houfe, f irt i 
baufv »«£" ma'ifon. A garden, cm aart.' , un jm- \ 
d'lr. An eagle, <in flblcr/ «»w a/^/f. An hour, 
CtnC'tanDc, une bture. To do a thing, ctna^ 
tt)Utl //'^'V? quelque chofe. To wear a ftvord, cirtcn b^Ctt 
tragcn , porta- fcfee. Twice a day, jroeDmafcl ^c^ h^ct-/ 
•^feux fois U jour. So much a week, fo cicl bu WOC^C, taut 
farfemaine. So much a head, jb jjt'cl l>cr mattn, tant par 
tete. To go a foor,ju fuijc gclxn, ^zZ/fr a fie. To go a 
hunting, ailftic jaat gelycil/ <r/A'" « la cbajje. To go a 
begging, bcttlcit QcbCH/ mend'ur. I am a coming, tc6 fpRT; 
vxt, je vUns. It is a doing, ntrtHtbut?/ man ifi^ar^tl?t bc- 
grif cri/ o» j' trtn'/iiile. He is long a doing of ir, er btiligt 
»icl 'jCit Camber ;u, /"/ ejl long tems ale f aire. Tis one a 
dock, rvvo a dock, C3 i)t cin u{)ry jwcnulr, // eji unebeure, 
deux beures. A few, f. few. What a man are you ? TOQ^ 
fiir tmmtni&t fent" ihr ^0c6■? f«f/ bomyne {qui) hes Tcus? 
Many a m;m, mandict/ i>iclc / plu/reurs pafunnes. Never 
a man, nicii'.ai'.b rjiilCT/ fcin mcilfcbC/ «.v/, perfonne. Not 
a whit, vi ■; iiiitty f <?/«/ //« ro«r. I would a fled, 

[pro, w' , ti^ »oltc &a»on «clflujfc!i \i^n, je me 

j'erois er.fui. To be a bed, im btttC fc^H/ r/rf (7« ///. To 
be a thirft, fclirfffl fern, etrc alteri. 

Abaacd,tr. chrfsi. 

Abaft, ba^ b :.\ t\'K\\\\^\^t, la poupe. 

Abaft, {adv^) hiiuetl ant Kf'iffC/ par poupe. 

*Abairance, tic C^rbctC'.•l1U:Ta , rh-.rcr.cr. 

To abalicnate, ct- ',\x,St!r:vm.ire. 

■■ To abandon, ct:. at, fal)rcn lajicil/ 

«bfc^atfert/ quittiren, nif>i:idiiHtu>: 

Abandoned, PcrhTtTc!! iibcrjfi'frt, n^indoTme. 

Abandoner, cincr ~ ■ '^-.nnant. 

Abandoning, tic .^ tOS VCrlafictl/ JC. 

■cmer.t. 

;.ife, titini cmicbrigctt; ^mvx^\%tn, wrriitjcm; ab- 

V.Tjcr. 

Abafed, genicbrifl^, %C. abbaifsf. 

Abafenient, abMmg, bjc cmictrigutig/ wrr:ngtruit3/ tih- 

ha:j]i'r,icy%t. 

t To abash, ctncti bcfc^dtiicri/ su fc^anbcn ct>cr befhlrtt 

matftci!/ cunioi'.dre. 

Abashed, bc|'d),!mct bcrficfifdidmct/ confu^^ honteux. 
i* Abashment, abashing bi>hn'-8,fmitMft.f»M>,irtj.rMn m 



ABA. ABD. 

pa^tre ^e fen dreit. To abate one "» pride. €ilt€fn i'fn^fu'- 
mv.ft) IcCiCn . ratafj^er rorruei/ de quclcuff. To abate e 
caiUe, ciit frf?l!?f ntcDcrrdjTcn/ ^-rflbrcn, fIrtctfcH/ dfmclir, 
raj'er yncbatcav. To alire a writ, ctn< fCDfifit UttlKtlJcn, 
nnaultia crfcttntn, erfldrcn, CAjJ'er une acie. To abate an 
eilare, ts^cnitR citie^fcrftcrbcncnfirTttchmen, juni nad:><^cil 
fcC3 n<ichtrcn crbC!l , semparer du b:cn du defunt au pr'-p.- 
dice du phi procbe icriticr. To abate one's courage, 
<tTtC"' '^" """' '■■"*"'""" •^■••'•^'^- queLun. To abate, 
V. ' .v^>, s'abbatre. The 

heac >..^.^j. i. V . ..-. 4 V .: .;.«- ... . .il-urs^abbet. Toabate 
in one's flesh, aiti leibc abncbmen/ maigrir. The writ aba- 
tes. ftrfrccc^lftOCrlcrrcH/ le procez eft perdu. 
Abated, ab^crcchnct/ abaqcgett, k. rabatu. is'c. .^ 
Abatement, abating, ctn aibtutSi ; dnc cinncrbiautt^ 
c&er eintrin^una tsitcr rcd^t : ctn aufjag , fo fcen rrtcci 
j)eridngc!t/ rabais., dimirMficn \ intru/ten-^ exception di- 
lataire. 

* But when all things are rightly computed , and juft 
abatements made, recntintflit abctflllcs tt?ot)l bctac&t/ asaau 
ubcflccict, mats tout bitn ctir.te if ratatu. 

Abitor, ctnct, fcct fic^ Otter techt ctntrtngrt/tfl* intrm. 

Abba, tJCtcr./ pere. 

'Abbacy-, cttte6 obf^ Mtiitlt, dignite d' abbf. 
An abbat, citl flbt/ ttbhe. 
Abbatship, cttic^ aHi amt c^^-g: d' ttbhe. 
Abbatcis. abbet, citie afctifim/ abb:jjs. 
To keep one at abbay,finen»cala9cn/»eftreib«tt/f^^/- 
yV?-, rcpovjjer. 

Abbe\'. i\nt obtCfl/ ebbttie. " An abbey-lubber, citt fff ' 

ttt raMfigaangcr, tcr fctt i^ wic ctn mutut> , un grefs fai- 
neant. 

Abbot, fit! cbt, abbe. An abbot in comnmcndam, ctrt 
Wfltlicfter abt, im crcgctifaR cinrt/t>cr ticn ot&ett ^« flcfters 

t)flt/ 'y/'^f ccmmen.-''uteirc. 

Abbotship, cincv ahti omt cbet Wur^c, r^^^ </' a' '•.-' 
To abbreviate, rtnwj ucrfarRCrt/ cbfurRcn, fun? juf::!!- 
mcn Sicl)Cn, nlbreger. 

Abbreviated. efcfiirnCt, abbrege. 

Abbreviation, abbreviating; cineabfur§Utt9/»Cr!urftUtl§/ 

Abbrcviitor, ciBertcrbfl»CtfuJl5Ct/ abbreviateur. 
j\bbreviature, ciilC flbhlrljUns , <ibbreviatitfr.. 
Abbridge, v. Abridge. 
Abbuttals, v. Abuttals. 



-^ ^ . J^t>icbefd)dmun9;bciturRmtq,cc»- 

fu/wn, cor.Jteniuttjn. 

To zh^K^v.A ctti?a4abbrc(f)cn/ flbitebctt^tttinbcm, na- 

imnoent, nact^Wllcit,, ra!>atre, dimir.uer. To abke fome- 

thing ot a film, jjcit bcr famme ettta^ abiicben, rabatre] To abdicate, tmai aufgcbcn, ablcgcit, mtiixtvii abboa-' 

quelque chofe d'u-'.ijom;ne. To abate fomething of 2 ' 
man's right, ct»<w »on fcinftit recite nachloffcn, cf/?fr *«.- 



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Abdica- 



3 ABD, ABl. 

Abdication, 4bdlcating, t'KMfq^Wm><ihU$n\i$M4 flUf^ 
fiebctt/ JC. abdication^ aflion (f abdicpier. 
', Abdomen, f. tet fi^ntccr-'bauc^/ abdomen^ le bas ventre. 

Abducted, tKagcfu^VCt/ e7}imeni. 

Abearing, A-be^ring, e. g. To be bound to good abea- 

rii^, uerbuiil>en fcnn ini funfftigc fab mc^l ju ucr^alten/ 

mv oy/Zj/c' de teyiir une conduit e regulitre a i' avenir. 

Abecc, ba-^ 2lbcCC/ </, b^ c. ABC' fcholai-, citl StbeCC' 
fc^uleC/ «« fi-i)//Vr abcccdaire. AUG teacher, cltl f(f;itl' 

iwctfler/ ber ba^ 2( ^:5 € Ictret/ ^cr bic finbcc Icfcti Ic^rct/ «» 

/»f?/V maitre d'' ecole^ qui enf eigne a lire. 

Abecedarian, cltl 3(*S€' jUfjgC/ abkedaire. 

Abecedary, jum 5( ^ € <?ef)0ri3 / abkedaire. 

An Abecedary, eiil 2t ^ (2! ? t^fdeitt/ alphabet. 

Abed [a-bedj ju bcttC/ «;<///, couche. To be fick a bed, 
ftancf Ucgeily garder de lit. To be brought a bed, einei^ 

flnbc^gcncfcH/ ot>cr ntebcrfomnicrt/ etre accouchk. 

* Aberration, cJttC UCVtrrung/ citl ilTSjaUS/ egaronent. 

To Abet, */.A. eirtcn anfrifc^cn/ n:irci;jcti/ autreiktt/ ixw 

fttjfteil/ inciter., encourager. To abet, cillCttl au«!^el|fcn; 
fkvorifirvIl/bct)flcl)cn/7'y«^f»'V, favorife}-., aider. 

Abetted, anf?erctB:t/JC. /kc/Vc', i)**.-. f. To abet. 

Abetter, abator, fccr t)ll mxii^tti JC. f«/ /«f/V^, 6*^ v. 
To abet. To be an abettor of murder, ejij tttitgcfcU ObCC 

nttt^elfer ;u euiem tobfc^lage fcpit/ ^/^v complice de quel- 

qtte metirtre. 

Abetting, bie flttrci^ung/ Hi fltlfrlff^Ctl / VaHion d' ani- 
me}\ &c. f To abet. 

Lying in abeyance, mad ungcbmi^t liegt en friche. 

To abhor, cttt)a^ tf errtbfc^eucti/ cincn abfcfjcu/ grcuel cber 

<cf?l Qlt CtTOvl^ ^abetl/ <z^^o?vfy, avoir de r averjio:ipour. 

Abhorred, baoor mail eincttgrcuel/ flbfi^cu ob«: ecfel ^at; 

abhorrc. 

Abhdrrer, bet eincti flbfc^eu «or ctma^ trdgt, ein ^ajfcf/ 

*;</' d'.teji'e. 

'" Abhorrence, abhdrrency, ber 9«UCl/ abfc^CU/ CCfcl/ l)af/ 

b6rreiv\ averjion. 

Abhorrent, uort ctwa^ entfcmct/ bcr cittcn a'ofcOcu ober 

grOJcl fl'I Ctma^ ^(tt/ eloigne., qui a en borreur. 

Abhorring, bic ocrabfd)cuuttg / berabfdicu/ ba3 »crab* 

fcf)CUcn/2C. Qfverjion., horreur.^ r aftion d' abhorrer.^ Cffc. 

To abide, V.N. Wihm, wo^neri/ martcti/ fief) i;cnt)cl(crT, 
Wi^rcU/ defwurer., habiter ., attendre ., tardcr., durr,: To 

sbide, K. A. iiw^i crbulbctt/ kiben, uertvaacti/ foufrir^ en- 

du^er. He cannot abide to take pains, er tCt'll f cillC tllUi 

I)c antnenbcu/ er roill fid):? nlc^t iaffcjt ftiucr ttjerben/ // w 

fauroit prendre de la peine. I cannot abide to do it, jd^ 
fan C^ Jlttf)t thtt?!/ jV He faurois le faire. I can't abide to 
hear of ir, ic^ fan e^ t1trf>t iin^Sreil/i^ »e puis pas en en- 
tendre parler. If you abide but the firft charge , fo it)r 

nnr bctt erfie:t m\<x)X^<k*ii^<\\itx\x(itx'i>ii fi vous fmtenex feu- 

ieiifettt le premier choc. To abide by [or , in} a thing, 
bci) CtroaiJ blctbeit/ fe teuir a quelque cbofe. To abide the 
touch, bi'e frobc ^altCfl/ ^/re ^ I'i-preuve. I camiot abi- 
d« him out of my %ht, (c^ fatj fciticr gcfcUfcI^afft nic^t 

(»ltbi'i)re;i je ne faurois we paffer de fa cuiHpagnie. He 
cannot abide a wife, er HjiU DOtl feillCm H)Ctbc t)Orai/ Cr 
tcili f cin rocib ^abcn > il ne veut pas entendre parler dt 
mariage. 

An abider, citl Cllimo^rter/ habitant. 

An abiding, ba^ MJbert/ iC. P aflion de demeurer., ^c. 
V. 7o abidi.- An abiding [place] elite TOeljnung/ une de- 
I'leurr 

Abjecl, «crirorjf<tf/ Sitimt, abjet, bat. 



ABI. ABO. 

Abjeaion, abjeanefs, bie nlebflgfett; tJerwefffurti?/ baf- 
fefe., abjeflion. Abjeftion of inind, blc flciltmutbigfclt/ 
feW^cIt/ jag^afftlgfclt/ decouragcmcr.t, lachtte. 

Abjeaiy, rt^v. fc^icc^t/ oerflc{;«l(^, lieberlic^, bajfenunt, 

lacfjcment. 

Ablliments, jlcMt^ / flU^^affiiruns / ajuJiement.,.accoit- 
trenient. 

Ability, ba^ uemogett/ blc mac^t mm\tM^tt,Uxdr, 
blc fiJ^lgfelt/ gefc.^lcfUc()feit/ n)itfenfif)ajft; bio mittel, ein^ 
wnfftC/ba^ cinfommcn/ ^zxm^mh po^voir., force -, cap.id- 

te., habilete ; ^/Vw/, revenus. 

Abjurkion, abf<^wcriin3/ t>erft^t»crutt9/ abfagMrtSy «.if«- 

ration. ' ~ ' 

To Abjure, cttBai? ticrfd^JuercM/ ubfc^njcren/ abfagcii/ nuf* 

gcbert/ abjurer. To abjure one's country, ftd) fdieo JJfl- 
tcrUinbc^ flUf CtJJIg bcgebcn/ renoncer pour toujours a fa 
patrie. 

Abjuring, blc UCffl-^ajrUiig / W Ht{(S:)Wm\\ , i<. abju- 
ration. 

Ablative, \iCX ablativus, le cas ablatif. 

Able, crtpabel/ tudjrig ; miJc^tig/ flarcf ; ucrmD(Krtb/ rcidj ; 

gcfc^icft/ erfa^retJ/ capable; fort; qui a du bien; habile., 
expert. Able to read & write, btlt Icfcn Wtlb fcfjreiben fart< 
qui fait lire & ecrire. Able to pay, bcrbe5a{)lcnfnH/f«* 
a dequoi payer. To be able, foiiHCn, pouvoir. I am not 
able to walk, Ic^ fan nid)t fle^Cn / je tie faurois marcher. 
He is hardly able to hold his eyes open, cr FrtU fiJUni fcl^ 
lie augen 0<fen ^altcn/ a peine peut~il tenir Ics yeux ouverts. 
None is able to come near him for skill, ix tibertrlift dlle 
anbcrc tnfducr Hn^i fon addreJJ'e cf incomparable., lln'y 
a psrfomie qui en approcbe. He gives more than he is 

well able, er gibt \\K\)X, a!^ fctn vjcrmoocn iulnifen will/ // 

donnc plus que fon bien ne parte. livery one according 
as he is able, cln Icbtttebet nac^ fclncm yevmogcH/ chacunje- 
lon fa portk., felon fes jnoyens. 

" Ableg^tion,btefctlbuiig/fc^lcfUH9/ envoy. 

Ablepfy, f. Blindnefs. 

Ablenefs, f. Ability. 

Ablution, Me (• ' .t^afcf/Unfl/ ablution. 

Abnegation, l!\z abfrtgrnW/ wrlaitgnitnt? / abnegation. 
With a full abuegation of our wills, ntit ctuer gfltiBlicif)Ct» 
ycrldu,4tlUlt(? UtlfcVO UJilicn^/ avec une aulire rcftgnation 
de Kos volontez. 

To be a- board, Im fc^lffe fctjtt/ etre a bord de navire. 
To go a-board, 511 fc^lffC9C()Cn/ allcr a bord de navire. 

Abode, bic njO^nUtig/ demeure. 

Abode, bfl^ blclbCrt/ r a^ionde demeurrr. Having abo- 
de, gcbUebCtt/ berbagebliebcil ifl ?C. ayant demcuri. 'f. To 
abide. With good abode, glucJllcf)/ heurefnient. With 
ill abode, U'lgUicfllc^/ malheureufement. 

To abolish, ctma^ abfcfeatfcn, nufftcbcn/ nbtfjun, ubolh-. 

e. g. To abolish laws, gcfefie flb|<:f)(rffcn/ revoquer les loix. 

To abolish, ctttjad ocrtilgcrt/ ou^tllgcn/ ju iiic^te ma^c"/ 

abolir., eff'acer. 

AboUshablc, XOM \\\M ttUStfjUn fan, ef arable. 

Abolished, rtb.nefrfiafft, obctctbflii ;c. cboli &c. 

Abolishment, abolishing, bic Ab^il^'dm, bOO' <ibf.i}(t<fcn 
JC. abolition., P aflion d' tibolir., ifc. 

Abolition [in court] bIc bcplcgung bcr idd)c ; blc ucrjcl^ 

hUnO/ ucrgcbung/ abolition; pardon d^un crime. 
Abominable, grcuUc^/ abfd/CUlJcb/ ditefiable. 
Abominably, «bfc{)CUltC^/ fd^rccfllc^/ flflr fvf;r/ txccffrve- 

Inient, t.op. 
To abdaaiuace, {fn>fl^ VfrfJw^cn; tcriitfc^cuctJ/ cmcil 



ABO, 
grettel unt> fiH<^cu bran bntctt, ciiwti tdd art ctwa^ \}qU% 

tietefter, avoir de I'averjion pur. 

Abominated, «crflU(^et K. Wf/t^??' ^c. 

Abomination, ct(1«bfc^fU/ CJilC abf(^fic^C \^^t,abomi- 
jtatioriy cbofe abominable. 

Abcrlc ' ^ " • .hf^rcrt/ avortement. 

To ab; utuctti^ gcbabrcH/ ctiic Urticitigc 

A -^ miwcttti^rcn/ ctnc unjcittgc gcburt/ ct'<?r- 

tfjr::;:. J:J''J-' CQUcLe. 

Afcom\x\ un'jCma gcboBreit, abmtif. An abortive child^ 
♦iii« iiajciti!?e Icibee-fviw^t/ citi fini) ta^ cor tcr icit gcki^- 

rclt .'/'"» enfi-Kt quin'ejl pusvcftu a tcr>/:c, un nvorton. An 

abortive deiign, ctii oor{)aten tax'mx man ni6t glucfltcb 
•citc^cn, cm aji|ct)lag ter mc^t fleUingen/ d-Hjelnqui aecbuie, 

^ui ;/'</ /''^^ /-"'j^. - 

Abdrtivciy,'un5Ctttg/ I'Or bct JCtt/ avar.t hterme. ^ 
Above, Obert/ brobcn ; fiber; mt^t, aU/eti-baur, lahaut . 
0U Hcffus de; plus de., pins eae. From above, IHMt Cbcn 
!5crJ5- (i^' enbaut. The one £ite above, & the other be- 
low me, be? cine i'i§ fiber mir, uni) Der anbcrc untcr mir, 

I'iin s'ajjit eiu-drjjus de tuoiyisf f autre audijjhus. Thefe 
things are above me, bicfc fac&cn ftnb ubcr meiacn »er' 
flanb/ ic^ fan fte nid&t begrciifen/ ux^&jtn, ces ckcfes la 

font nu deijus de vioi., ou., hors de ma pcrtee. I am above 

board, ic^ furcate mic^ fur niii>t^, id}bm autjcr «Ucr (icfahr, 
id} \)ai>C ncitJOnncn \'Ad,jefuis au deJTus de tou:. Above 
our ftrength or ability, vb€V Ullfcr ucrmoacn au delh de 
ttos forces. Above all, above all things, above any thing, 
»cr alien btngcn / CCnu-omltC^ / fur tout , principalejr.mt. 
I was not in London above three dayes, icft bin IMChtlnn- 
gcr Ol? brcp tagc JU £ont>en (^^tdi^tW, je r.'ai pas etc a Len- 
dres plus dc troisjoars. Above wh<it every one will be- 
lieve, tnef^r al^glailbltc^ iji, plus que l'on ne fauroit cToire. 
If he be above ground, foernj3(^ fltnlcbcni^, er mag oue^ 
fe»n (jiccfcn; wo cr tnimcr roiU, s'il efi en vie, en quelque 
fart qu'il foit. I am above thele things, btel'c biitgc fin!) 
mir 5U gcringc / ces chcfes font au deffous dt moi. To be 
above one, uber cincn fepn^ dntw uh :tttctfm, furmonter, 
furpafjer quslqu'un. A good name is above wealth, etU 
gutcrnabme tjl rocit bcfer Dcun md)thum, ar.e bonne renom- 
m'ee efi preferable aux richejfes. The water came above 
my knees, ba^reaffer gtcng mir uber bk fnic/ V eau pcjfo'.t 
fnes gettou.r. His head was above the water, bcr forff aiur 
i()m nO(6 auffcr i>im V>a^cr,fa the paroijpjit hors de r eau. 
Over and above, btitbcr/ jum uberHui?; ubria- par deffus, 
ovtre; d: fur plus. As above, tt)tc fcfion obcn gcmcfoct/ 
comme il a ite dit ci-devant. Above - mentioned , cbbc- 
mdbt.. ccracbJdit , oben gcmclbct, fusdJt. 

To abound, l)dufiiig;iiberflu§tafeDn; ctnjas ubcr|Iu§i8 fia? 
fccH/ iibcrilu§ on ernja'j fjabcH/ bic fuUc bai^on babcn; retdi 

fcntl/ etre en abondar^e\ abonder; itre riche. e. •o'. Our 
country abounds with [or in] all thing's neceiTarvT UBfcr 
lanb \)9X an alien iictfjrccnbigen facfien cincn uberpup/ ntire 

fats I'bonde en toutes ckofes nccejf aires. 

♦ To abound in one's own fenfe, auf fvinein fopff blcl' 
\ca, a'jonder tn foM fens., hreentete. 

About, urn, berum; njcgcn; ucn, bcfreffenb; ofjngcfefir/ 
errviren ijur; toucboKt ; de., environ. About noon, geactt 
mirtag , urn 12 ufjr , orciron midi. About a foot wide, 
Cbnscfebr cincn m ro dt ,- d' un pie de layre. The foul- 
^ diers he has about him, Die folbatcnfo er um (ben) fic^ {)at 
tesfoldats qtCil aautour defoi. P To go about the bush, 

nmtt^iit umrc^aet-fe nuc^cn, 3cbrau(^etT/ro*r»<T auteur 



ABO. ABR. 



3 



du pot. The world is come about, bit Wdt tj! (tOJift fcerirt- 
bert/ lemonde a change. About the dawning ol the day, 
bcp anbrevftenbem U<Xt, fir le point duiour. I have no 
money about me, tC^ ^abc !cin gclb 6fl) air./V n% j>oint 
d' argvfft fur moi. I come to you about that buhnc(s, 
t^fommc jtt cucfi biefer fac^c haihcw, je vi-^r.s vous voir 

touchant c:ite ajfhire. Shall i fend to him about it > 
CCU tC^ JU i'dm befttectcn fc^icfcn ? Le ferai je cvertirdt 
c?tte cffairel About the latter end of the book, fafl am 
enbc be? blicfi? < '^'ers la fin du llvre. He is fom'ewhere 
about the houle, er X^. ifuCUfeft»0 tm ^tSUf;/ // ejl quelqut 
pajt au logis. What do they cry about the ftrects ^ 
^M rujfea ficauJ auf "an gotTen? qu'^fi ce quo* criedam 
les rues ^ All about, ubcrall/ t)tn unb ^tr, far tout. About 
and about, ura UnbUKt/ Hn Unb Wiebcr/ ca &l}, d'un ci- 
te ^ d' autre. From about, J)e:i/ Unij ungcfcbr, ^crUtttr 
com krum ^Cbctl ebcr ficrum HhciX/ d' environed' autoar. 
Round about, ntnb bcrum/ tout autour. There are di- 
vers opinions about it, e^ gibt untcrfc6tebtt(^c mc^itun^cH 

bauon/ les fentimens font partagez la dejpus. It is not To 

about us, e^ifiin unfer gegcnb nta^talfo befc^afeny // ncn 
eft pas de mhne dans ros qu.trtiers. We have a thick sit 
round about us, tic lufft um uni benint ifl iido I' air df 
nitre p'iis eff ^ejjie}- : nous refpirons un ajr grcsfter. \ 
took a view of the countrey round about, tc^ babc bui 
lanb um unb um befc^cn, j<?/!- tout le tour du p'sis. A 
tree ten foot about, etit baum bcr jcbcn fu§ in bcr runbc ^ct, 

un arbre qui a dix pies de tour. Ten lea^jies about, ;e- 
ben mcilen bcrum/ « di.v iieies d la ronde. To take a rum 
about the town, um btCflabt btrum gcbctt/ faire un tour 
de'ville. A short way about, etncn furftcn HJcg um , «•» 
cbeminracourci. A long way about, Xidt WXiX, ur grand 
ditcnr. This way is not fo far about, btcfcrreca ifi niefit 
\i rceituni/ ce chcmin n'efl pas ft long. To be fent a long 
way about, rcctt !?erum gcfc^tcft recrbCHy hre envoye bien loin. 
To lie about, unaufgcrdumt (in unwbRung) licgcn/ etre 
aifperse £a & Id. To take one about the midle, etne;! irt 
ber mittC um^'afTcrt/ prendre quelqu'un par le mi/ictt^.dx 
corps. To drink about, berum ttindcn, beire d la rfitde. 
To have one's wits [brains] about one, bi-; gcbi'ncfcn 5U' 
faramcn %o\>tn, aebl act)tung gcben, fo»ger d ce que /' ch 
fait, avoir I'efprit prefcnt. Mind what you are abour, 
babt acfet auf basjenigc, ba? ibc wjrbabt /on^c-s d ce qucvou; 
faites. To go about a thing, cine \!)ii><: »crnebraen/ n- 
trsprendre une shofe. 1 am about a great piece of work, 
JC^ ^abC Cin grOKSVeref i)Ot,jetravaiile d ungroftd ouvr^- 

ge. I am about to do it, ie^ iin in b*mbcaritfe»juti;uy 

ic^ WCrbc mie^ ipo brffber mad&cn , Je men vais le faire. 
You are mighty long about it, thr ferb febr Unge brubcr, 
vons etes bien long terns d le faire. As she Was about to 
fwcar, \i^ \\i fi^roercit WOltC, comme ellc alloitjurer. Look 
about you, fcbct eucfi fiir, preset, garde d vous. They are 
about to fight, ftc njoUen \id:i fi^lagen,. Us font fur le poimt 
de fe batrc. AH this llir was kept about you . all txt\^ 
larmen ift nur curcntreegen cntilanbcn, tout ce bruit scfl 

fait d vttre fujet, (o») d-jotre occaftoa. All theftif-vos 

about tliis, bcr larmcn T^ mx be^n»cgcn mti^anlcn, Ccfl ce 

qui a fait tout ce bruit. 
A breaii, ncbcu cinanbcr / de front. 
Abrick, fulphur obcr fc^njcfcl; foufre. 
Abricot, f. Apricock. 

Abrenunciation , btc abfaguag, fluffiinbiaatig, teof.'guai.- 

abbaiicfung, rencncement , renonciation. 

To ibridge, (tvtu ^crfwrsea, abfurscti / fur^ jwfammcn 
A z " ' iiehe.T 



4 ABR. ABS. 

jie'&Ctt/ a[>r{^er. Chriftian religion abridges us of no law- 
ful pleafiires, fcte d)ri!Tucf>c religion bcnitnmt iiii^ f eittc juldf'- 

lic^C frcubc / itJ religion Chrh'iemie ne nous fr'ive pas des 
plaifirs I'lcites. To abridge himfclf of conveniences, 
fpaifimcr lebcii / ffc^ ctiva-o son fcittcr acroobnltdjctt foft unb 
gcinacfjlicfjfcit abbrcd^n / /f retrancter^ retranchcr de fon 
eydinairc. 

Abridged, VcrhlrfiCt/JC. nbbren^e. 

Abridgment, ein flU'fier l)C3«if ObCC (lU^JUcj/ «w abbregr^ 
un epitome. 

Abridging, hk »C5fl1rBU«3/ W fibfurfeeU IC /'<7<<?/e« 
rf' abcger. 

Abroach, flrt(|Ciap<ft/ ^prc^', »i;V en perce. f. To bro- 
ach. To fet abroach , etttJOsJ onjapff^tl/ /«ver , wcz/rt* <?« 

Abroad, aiiffcn; brauffctt/ anbcrtBrtt-t^/ au^wdrte' ; ^Inunb 
rviebsr; in. ia frembbC/ uittcr bic Icute/ dehors -, de cGte & 

d' autre; dans /es pais eirangers; hoys de chez foi To 
go abroad, aU?3c{)Ctt/UtltCt bic leute %i\}m,Ummz\\, forth: 
To take one abroad with him , ctlieu luit fJi'^ aUsJllcbmeil/ 
prendre que Iquun avec fui. To walk abroad , fpafiicrcn 
<K^il / /^ prornener. To- wait upon one's inafter abroad, 

jfcincm i^crtti aufreartctt^mcmi ct m^(^ci^it, fuivre fontnai- 

tre quand i I fort. -There is awii^d abroad, C^iflroltlbtC^t 
traujfcn/ ilfait du vent. There is fuch a report (fiich a 
report goes) abroad, 'tis all abroad, ba^tllcl.iegemctltcfrtJ 
gc/ nwii tcbet aUeiUt)albcn bauott, bi§ gcrucf^te ift alleiit^flU 

ben rtU^gelenimett; ^'?/? «" bruit comimm., le bruit s'eji re- 
pandu par-tmt. 'Tis generally talkt abroad, mail rcbct 
im allcntt)albctl bODOtl / o» f« />«>•/£■ par tout. The mani- 
fefto's that arc abroad, bic OffetltUc^cn declarationes (cbcr 

fc^uB ' fi^viiftcii) fo berau^gcgebeit roorbcft/ les mnnifcjles 

qtion fait courir. At home and abroad, brauffen unb bfl-' 
i)ciin/"5u l>aufc unb auffer bcm baufc; liu lanbc unbauffci" 

ftetU IfllTbc, duns la niaifon <2sf hors de la ninifon; dans le 
Toyaunie i? hors du royaume. To kt abroad , publici- 

reu/ offeiuli^ ^ctauegcbm/. ou^gc^cn laffcn/ divulguer, 

fublier. 

To ibrogate» etttM^ Ci\it^un, abfc^affctt/ abroger. 

'Abrogated, abgcfc^flfPt. abrogi\ cafse. 

'Abrogating, abrogation, bic flbfc^afTung/ tw^ ftbfc^ffffai/ 
nbolilj'efnent. 

Abrotanum, ftflbnjirrlj/ gartcnttJUrft/ 9artctlt)cil / nw-onne. 

Abmpt, ab^jctroct^ott, fid) ubmilcnby ju qcrd)n)i!tb&<;s(fii{)i 

leilb/ gcfi)aHab (Ulf 'Orctlb/ ^X^U], precipit\ brusque. 

Ab*uptly>gcfd}!Di;ib/ itt cil* o^uc yicl njcfcit, o()iic prbmtttg, 

llflfttj/ gcbli'lO; )'»».<■ pieambulc^hrufquejyient. To fall out 
with one abruptly , plOHlic^ W^"^ P^ItC ur|'xf)e niit ctircm 
>r:ctjC*'ObCJ:Utkilig Wcrbetl/ rompre en vijjere a quelcun. 

Abxupuiefs, bic i5bcrf«lwt9/ cilfcrtigffit/ ^oiligfcit/ ?«iz- 

niere d'agir brufque. 

Ablccts, cm acfdjTOilr, apofume. 

* Abfciihon, bic abfc^iicibuttg/ b«iS abfc^ftcfbett/ flb^attctt/ 

i' aflion e coupcr. 

To abfeond, ficf) tJCrbcrgcit/ »crf}ccFC!t, fe cacher. 
Abfconded, Ccrt'OrgeU/ WCtflccft, cache. 

Abfconding , abfconilon, bic Deri)crguti3/ fca? vcrbctgcii/ 

t^ aSlion de fe cacher. 

Abl'cnce, btC flblVcfc'lbcit, ihignemcnt. 

* Abfcncc of mind,. jctjlrciWiig tKt gcbflJtcfcti:/ </{y??v7- 
^ion. 

Abfent, abwcfcnb/ iloigni. P. Long abfenr, foon for- 
gotten, itcrlaugc rocg blcibct bcffeji »«diiiCtina«Uiff?tUe^/ 
oo oublie bicn-tSt les abfems. 



ABS. 

To abfent ones felf, fic5 obwcfenb l^attett/ s' abfent er, 
etre abfent. 

To abfolve, ctjtcft loj?fprcc^cit/ frct)r}?red)c«^ lo^geben/ c^ 

Icbigcil/ Crlflffeil/ abfoudre., drcharger, delivrei: 

Abfdived, lo^-' uiib frepgcfproc^cn/ txW\^it,:abfous, de- 

livre. 

Abfolving, bic lo^fprcc^uitg, erlebigutig, b(^ b^prccbeiT/ 

K, r aflion d' abfoudre., &c. f. To abfolve. 

Abfolute, frct)/ODUmdc^ttg/ unbcfcfjrnncft ; ticUfommcit; 

l'CCf}t fiCrclici)/ furtrcfflic^/ rccJjtfc^affcn/ ^^/"o/a, /r.bitrairet 
par fait ; yfi?/*^, ivjigne. 

'Abfolutely, fc{)lcd)tcrbing^ , burc^aui^/ unbcbingt/ uoll; 

fommlic^/ gdtlBlic^/ gaUlJ/ abfolujnent , fans refei-ve , p<ir- 
faitcment. 

:Abfolutenefs, bic »cU!(Mnittenc l)6(^)lc mad)t/ unbe- 

fc^vdticfte gcroalt/ «» pouvoir abfolu ou arbitraire. 

Abfoiution, c(»c loefppcc^ung /^ crlajfuiig/ crlcbigung/ ber 

ablaf?/ abfoiution., pardon. 

■* Abfonant, abfonous, rtii^thoiienb/ titiC'lautcnb/ unglcicf)' 
jliumtiqy mi^f)cll!vi/ iiid^t ubci'ciiifiimmcnb/ difcordunt. 

'Abionous, ungcretlUt/ Idl^crlic^/ abfurde. ridicule. 

To abfdrb, ct»a<J perfc^lttcfeo^ PJifc^ltttgcn/ cuittiiicfcrf, 

abforber , eTTgloutir. 

Abforbed, pcrjl^lucft/ abforbi., englouti. 

Abforbent, adj. ^ f an abforbent medicine, orftCttCtJ/ 
l»ClcI)C Ui CWelc^tC fcUC^tigfvilCJt PCVJC^rct/ «?« remede qui 
ahforbe. 

To abft^in, fic^ Cttt^altett/ O^flc^CtT/ s'abjlenir. 

Abftainuig, \>k cnt^altung/ bai3 eiitbaltcii/ abftincnce. 
Abitemious, nficfttcrii/ ntatJt?, bcr fciiieii reciii Xm^U 

fobre., qui ne boit point de vin. 

Abltemiousnefs, bie nucf)tcrfctt, vx^%\(^h\t, fobrieti. 

To abfterge (abfterle; ttbttjifcl;c»/ rciiugcii, fdltbcrn/ ef- 
fuyer., diterger. 

Abfterged, (abfterfcd) abgctptfc^t/ '^ttmmt , effitye., de- 
tergL < 

Ablterfion, btC a'ttligUirS/ fdubcru«3/ raff ion dctorcber., 
deterger. 

Abfterfive, ttw^ frafft l^flt ju fdubcrri/ ba<?- rool;l rcitiigt, 

deterfif. 

Abftiuence, bie eitt|)altutig; md^iguiig/ bcr abbruc^ / «rf- 

(linence. 

Abftinent, nilc^tcrtt/ mullig/ /c-^jv, teirpsre. 

Abftdrred , abgcjicungcti/ mit gcmalt rtbgctiotimjcn/ for- 
ce., enleve de force. 

Abftraft, cin extraft, eift fUT^cr bcgriff, ajijjug/ «« f.v- 

^r^/V, un abregt. 

To abMa, abjic^en/ abhaltcn/ abfoiTbcru/ flb(!ct)e!r, ci* 

ttCJt au^'jUg litrtd^Ctl/ abflraire; extraire. 

Abdrafted, abgcriifc;J / abflCl).iltcn IC. abfirait &c. V 
.To abftrait. 

Abftraftedly, ah(haliiraibcr, abflc^cnber mctfc / par ab' 
PraSlion., par pncijton. 

Abftraaiiig from, abftrahircilb ObCT flbfte^enb OPtl, flb* 
foilbcrltcb i)^<K abtKl'iMlbCtt WOll , /f/i/T/r' de. Abflraaing 
from the perfons named in it, bic barillil gcfiaJlirfClt pri- 
feitcit Mwmi^UX, fans compta- les perfuvMes., qui y font 
nominees. 

Abilwcti<5n, bic rtb}icT>Hrtg/ abfwibcruitg/ «b^flltiiitg/ ob- 

)lcl)U'ia, rhfraflion. 

Abftrulc, Dcrtxcft ©crborgctt/ \&imX,m^^3XX\^.abfirit:, 

cach\couvert. 

Abfiird, uitgcmiut/ ungcfchicft/ flbg«fcf)iuacft/ ttioric^t 

Abfux- 



imperlineiM.fot. 



AB5, ACC. 

Abfiirdity, tint uttgefc^icfli^fcit/ tin \xnqmimtti wcfeti; 

nhfurdite. 

Abfiirdly, uo^crctnit, af^gcfcfJmflcfty \xn%tlu%t[\4i , fotte- 

ment, funs jtigematt. 

AbundaiKc, tcr ubcrffuf , bte fiiUe/ arotfe mcngc c&er 

fftliOi)!/ abanciance. I take abundance of pains, icf) ttcbme 
grctK/ I'c'Pr f tei ntufjC / jc prens bicn a'e la peiue. He has 
abundance oi wit, er 1)01 cirtCU srcjtcn Oeir^ant)/ // a beau- 
ecu t) d' ijp»'lt. 

Abundant, uberflui%, rcic^; ber ucdauf jbet bie ^Uc 

fcat/ abondtint i y."/ abondc. 

Abundantly, ubcrflum?/ baufftg/ rclc6ltc6 , abor.danmciM. 
More abimdantiy, ittfont'crbcJr/ jUm ut?criluC'///>ir^-»//i'>-f- 
ment. This may abundantly iuflice to, bicfci^ mag alfp 
fw VQila de refle^ er. voila afjex pour. 



ACC. 5 

Acceptil^don, tint munblic^c (juitturtg / ^uitiUlfey i^'aitixi 
runa. ««^ qutttancf^ une de charge de paroles. 

Accepting, bicanitebm«:!a, ent^wbung/ bal annc^raenje. 
l^ allion d'accepte7\^c. v. To accept. 

Acception of a word, b£r ocnwnb obcr bie kbcutuiig c« 
n€3 roprte^/ accept h» d'' un n-tOt. 

Accefs, tin jUgatig/ \\xtxitt, acces^ entree. Accefi oraa 
ague, tin aiijtof »cm fiebet/ «rc« dcfevre. 

AccelTar}-, i'. Accefibry. 

Acceflibie, bfl mail Utc^t ^infommcti fan; fctuttUi^, 

^Olbfclig/ accefflb'.e; afldbU. 

Acceffion, tint \m<i.Hi JuflR/ Bmneijmng / flrr^^/re-, 
furcroit., augmematic}:. Accelfion, tit anlutlfft/ bct tUP 
trttt/ bae ^ittiUt^Utly blc BiniUfligung, avenement j addhjor.. 

^ccefror\% S. tint jugabc, ein jufat?/ junjac^e/ accejjlire. 
AeceilW, .'^. t^cir^aiftig, nitthclffei!b/ber juglcict* fcfiulb 



genutig \tm\, ba§ 

Abufe, cin mi§briuid): ein fdnnipff/ tf^tfi-; tf/^riwir. 

To abufe, ftttja^ nHFtraucftcH/ «^K/ir de-, ciiieni ubclbC' | an ctttjas bat/ niitfc^uibig/ complice., qui apart a 
gcgneit/ ciiicn bcfc^tmr tfcn, fcbintpjfgn/ r^yniiihen, Kificrn, 7«^/- ■ i^cceiTorily, oben^in/ t^f paJTant. 

narterjr.jurier\ ucrrott.^ctlcn, l"crctcgcn/_//<?/»wj^;v,?;w«- i 'Accidence, ettlC cinU'itUttg jur grammatic, Cifl bottflt/ <»«."■ 
per. To abufe a virgin^ ctnc lUngfvi'U fc^wdc^cn, fdbiinbcn; ' t;V/«« de Grammaire, rudi?mr.t. 



abufer d'u)ie flk. 

AhuiQA.,mi^'i>xavi.^t,dor.tonaabuse i'c. f. To abufe. 
Abufer, ber ctrca^mtKbraucbrybcrciitcraubcl bcgcgnct :c. 

j»/ abufe., maltjnite, &c. \. To abufe. 

Abiiiive, fdjmdbcnb/ liJjlcnib/ choquam^ outrageux. 

Abukvely, fc^tmrffll'c^; nm, \>\XXd) xni^xan^^ ignowini- 
eufemer.t ; abujiveinent^ par um catacbrefe. 

Abuliveneis, bte bcfc^iHipjfung/ Irtitccung/ art iu fc^niu-' 

^Ctt^ hunieur choqunnte. 

t To abut upon, onfloifcn, an^xmttn , aboutir i, cou- 
finei' a. 

Abuttals, bic graimCJt, anHnt, Umites., homes, 

Abylmai, grutlblc?/ qui ri a point de fund. 

lAbyfs, bcrafcgntnb, abime. 

Acacia, egt>?Jtifdicr fdjtcbborn obec fdjotcnbcrit *, fd^tc^crt- 
fjjtt, bcr auegcbrrcftc iirii ^tx \6)\.i\)tvi, acacia. 

Academical, academidc, acadeoiian, flcabeoiifc^/ ittt \)Xi- 
|)Cn fc^Ue gCt)IM:tg, academique. 

Aeadeihift, ber jur univerlitat ge^wet/ ein fiubcnt «<:/?- 
dtmljlc., acadt7nicien. 

Academy, eilie ^obe f(^Ule Obec univerfitat Academic. 

Acaid, cl':ig/ vinaigre. 

To accede, v. n. ei.injtlltgcn/ bcnpfitcl)tcti y (id^ cinlaflTca; 

fe jt)ind7-e., dor.ner les mains. To accede to a treaty, fjrf) 
in cilte UnterrcbUlig ^.nic^tn, entrer dans un traite. 

^ To accelerate, cilcn; ctnw5 atitrtibcn^ bcja^lcuuigcri/ be- 
fcrbern j't" -&<?Vcv; Z-*?.'.^-. 

Accelerated, bcfcvbcrt :c. hate. 

Acceleration, bic bcfcftkunigung/ cilc r-?/.'. 

Accent, citiaccenr, bcr fnUH-iiUmt ; bte cu^fprac^e/ /ifffwr. 

To accent, etixsaa accenraircn / ben accent bruuf \t%in, 
ttcccntue-r^marquer d' uz acctr.t. 

To accept, ctnsae annc&nten, fl3f fic6 ittl>mcn, bcltcBen, 
beretlltgcn, cmgcbeiiy fur v^cnchnt baitcn, accepta; a<rreer. 

Acceptable, ttngenc^ni/ (mitc^niltc^; ap-iablc. "* 

Acceptabjencfs, bte (in'lcrRiltcf-reit , ^r.r.v, /"^Tt-far. 

Acceptably, aniiel)mlic^cr tx>Clfe, apiablement ^ az'ec 
phvjir. 

. Acceptance, acceptition, bic aiwebKuna, fremtbhdjeem-' 
f Tabling ; bie gurfcit'uttg, gcnc^ni^aUung, acceptation, ap- 
prcbaiion, Acceptirion ofa word, tcr fenilis cb«: Oci' 
jlflnb (U'C^ttJCrtC^- acception d'un nm. 

Accepted, cmsfa:ig;r,, an^tncoioiw ; M%tm^m, re:u; 
tt^eptei apcable. > > . ■> 



Accident, clu jufull/ cine jufaUige bcgckn^cit; eiit ujt; 
fall/ ungliicf ; cin accident eincr fubiianj?, obcr cia jufiilitge^ 
\!tt{tXi , accident ., hazard i nmU>eur\ accident., par oppoji- 
tiofi a fuhftar.ce. 

Accidental, iufflllia/ ungcfufir/ accidenteU cafuel. 

Accidentally, jufdUigcr K(i\t, accidentellement. 

Acclamation , eirt gludttJunr^ciibcr 5urujf/ cin glucfnjutl' 
fc^eiibe^ ^jUruifcti/ ftcubcn'gcfdjre?/ ai dejoye. 

Acch'\ ity. bic gdbe, htiht, montee., elevation. 

Accluyd, fntt; u5crbtu9ig/ gcfattiget/ ubcrfulUt ; bcrtta^ 

9dt/ affddi; encloue. 

To accuafl, v. To accoft. 

j<^ccolade, \)ai Hni^d!feii/ umarmcii/ ^crftett/ accolade. 

To accdraniodate, I'cgucoicii/ fcijidcn/ fugen, jiiridhtcit, 
einrid)tcn ; (cine facbc) flufbcbcfi/ bcnlcgen ; etneni ausbclfs 
fell/ ettV'Js Ifi^cn / accommoder. To accommodate one's 
felf to the times , fic^ i\\ bJe ieit fc^iefcil/ soicommoder 
au terns. 

Accommodated, ciitgericfitet/ beguem acntac^t , it. ac- 
commode. You are mightily accommodated here, ibr 
^aht bier cine be^uenilic^c njobnuiigy vous etes loges com-' 

modemeiU. 

Accommodating, bas Ctnrid^tcn :e. l' aftion d^ accom- 
moder. 

Accommodation, et'tt oertrag, ueralcic^, bte cerfobfiung, 

reillfrtbrigfett/ accummodemer.t., reconciliation., acc(ird.,con- 
defcendnr.ee. Accommodation (of lodging) bcqucmhc^ 
f eit bc^ Icfament^y gutC gclcgcii^cit; commoditc^. de logement. 
Acc<Knmodateiy , ^gltdf> / bci^ucmli<^ / tauglcc^^; m^, 
d' une maniire propre., ftloit. — 

To accompany, ciiien \>toSnttn, \%m geftllfc^aft leifieii/ 

ac:ovipagner.,faii-e ccmpagnic a. 

Accompany'd, beglcttet < accompagnS. 

Accomplice, eiii nhtt|}atcr/ nntfcljulbigccrttn'tgcl^ut^/ 

complice. ' 

To accomplish, ttKii crfuUett, oolljic^ett/ coilbrtngett/ 

UOUcnbeO/ au-^fu()rc»/ accofupUr ., e.xecuter., finlr. 

Accomplished, »pUFt)nnRcS/ jicrlid), aiucrkfca. erfwU?t^ 
»0UJ>rad)t/ accompli '^c. A well accorapU;heJ young 
man, cti ti5of)l--qutiltncirtcr/ obcr ntttwIU' t r i.;. .-iicn auigc-' 

jiertcr jUltgling / un jcur.e r?ot/wie accompi:. 

Accompiisher, cin UOlletlbcr qui accojr.ph't. 

Accomplishing, bte air.-fabntrtg/ couucPUfig/ erf'-Kutg/ 
ba« C^fuUcityJC. aciompliJjement^V ti^cti d' aceoraplir. 

A J Accdm- 



6 ACC. 

Accomplishment, ble iJoUFontmcii'^cit/ qttaltfitcinttn;, ctfui- 
tuuS/ pei-fe'liun^ acconipll/Jhnent. f. Accomplishing. 

Accompt, V. Account, &c. 

Accord, t«ci; Dcmai)/ Dcrgleic^/ btc ciittrattt, ^crciiitauu^/ 
uberctnfliranmng/ accord^ union. Of one accord, cinmii' 
tl)i^/ etntrdc^tiS/ dUm accord. Oi his own accord, frcwnjtU 
itgliiij)/ DOtl fid) fclbfl/ v'olonta'trevicnt, de foi-mhne. 

To accord, K. ^. cttDa^ oerclntgcii/ ucrgkidKH/ t'crfo^j 

ttCll/ accorde',\ accomnioder. Xo accord, F. Al ubercirtflint' 

mci!/ ubcreinfoiujucti/ jufamniciiflimtnen/ bci)faU gebeit/ citiiJ 

fcpH/ dc7itcure}\ d'' accord., s'accordcr. 

'Accordant, glci(I)f6rnii9/ gcitidtj/ ubcrcinfomment/ <:&?h.'f- 

nable^ conforms, qui s'accorde. 

Accordance, i>ic cin^elUgfcit/ cttitruc^t/ Mcmtifunfft/ 

a£cord^ convenauce. 

Accorded, Dcrglic^Ctt/ H'. (tccorde M". K To accord. 

According as, nac^ bcill/ /f/cw f'*^- According to, gc^ 
in«§/ tiac^ / /f /f » , fuivant. According to his mind , md) 
feincnt fittit/ afa fantaifie. According to the prefent 

rate, md) ttcm i^mn njcrt^e/ mt ci m gilt/ ^u prlx cou~ 

rant. To goe according to the times, ft(^ ttt \>it JC'tfc^i- 
Cf ctl ,' Uniporifcr , s' accommodcr au terns. To aft accor- 
ding to reafon, &cr ttcrnunfft gemaf oba' ycmunfftig l)fltt' 

l)Cln/ ^^'V- raiformablement. 

Accordingly, "Qtmm&i, bacitad^/ fo(cf)cr ma|fen,glcicftfor'^ 
wlsli^/ ua^ |)rcportloM/ folglic^/gcbu^iljc^/c-ow/o^wi-w^?^/, 

convenablement. 

To accoft, 5u dnem trctcn, tfjtt anrcbcit/ ftc^ ju if)m na-- 

I^Clt/ fugctt/ mac^en/ accojler., ahrder^jo'mdre^ s'appro- 

cher de. 

Accoftable, frciltlblic^/ tcutfctig/ accoftable^ affable. • 
Accofted, angcrcbct/ anvKfpvodH'ti / it. accojie ifc. 
Account, tic tccl)n«ti9, Dcr uberfd)laii; bic rcd)ciifc^afft; 

fcic iMJc^ac^tuti^; cine cnc^luiig; nad)n'c^t; bie betrac^; 

tung/ nbfid)t; 6a3 »orI)abcn/ ron/^, fupputatlon; compte; 

eflhne, etat , re /at ion ; flV/V ; con/ideratio?!, egard; dejjein. 

To call to an account, rcc^cnfc^afft »»» ciiicnt forbccH/ 
demander compte. To give an account, I'cc^etlfd^afft gc- 
bctt/ rcc^tHJng tljurt/ rendre compte. I took a particular 
account of the errors of my \iic. , ic^ t)abc btC fc^lct mci^ 

nc^ Icbcn^ iii'5 bcfbnbcre (eitwit nac^ bem gtibcrii ) unter- 

fuc^t/ j'examlnai en detail les erreurs de ma vie. To ma- 
ke a "great account of a thing, ctma^ ^od) fc^dBeil / ^^C^ 
^ttltCH/ l)Od> ac^teil / JJtel bawuff {)alten/ f aire grand c/is de 
quelque chofe^ en faire grande ejlime. Wcmuft make ac- 
count that, nix niuflett bafur l^altCH/ ^9.^, nous devons croi- 
re que. She makes no account of it , fie ad)tct e^^ lltC^t/ 
fie bef ummcrt fic^ nid)t barum , elk ne s'en 7uct guere en 
peine. He is not at. one w ith himfelf what account to 
give of it, tx l)at ft^ UCC^ iud)t refoh'irt/ v&ai tx bai'DU bcri4>' 
ten will/ // ne fait que dire la deffus. W< have an ac- 
count from thence, that, wit l^flbcn WOn fclbcilt ortc tiac^- 
tic^t bcfontmcit/ ba^/ nous avons re^u avis d' un teleitdroit., 
que. I did it upon that account, it^ ^abc c^ um bicfcr ur 
/ad)hiJlbC!l gctl)0n/ je le fis pour cette rnifvn., a cct egard. 
1 will do it upon your account, id) n)ill C5 citrcHtitJCgcn 
tI)Un / je le ferai pour f amour de vous. I made account 
long linceto wait upon you at your houfe, c^ iji fd;on 
Idiigilmcin vort)aben fletucfen, bciu |)m-n in fcincrbci)aufung 

flUfjUWatten/ H y a long tems^ que faifait dcffein de vous 
alter voir chez vous. He nukes account to go very fpcc- 

dily, ix gcbcncft in gor furncr jctt 5u rcifcn, // fait etat 

(^fon compte ) de partir bicn^tot. Upon this account it is, 

t\M. the apoftle, um bjei'cr urfac^c milieu ^at bee apo(iel/ 



ACC. 

c'efi fur cc principe (pour cela ) que I' apStre. Upon all 
accounts, fluf aUcri/aiib rccifc/ tti alien fiilefcii; in iillcrlei) 

gefc^dtftcn/ en toute maniere ; en tcutes fortes d'affaires. 
A man of good account, tin tt)Ol)lgcaCi)tCt'Crntaun,««^c;;w;tf 
d^conlideration. A man of no account, cinnid;tcivcrtl)ei; 
mcnfc^/ ben man ni(i)t ac^tCt/ «« fwwmc de nulle confidera' 
iion., un homme de rien. ' An author of the belt account, 
cin autor.bcrfchr ajftimirt IVirb/ «?» rf.vmvr ^c-j plus eflimcz. 
There are few people of any account but kudw him, c3 
finb gnr roenigc uiitcr Un ati{cftnlte^;«'lcut<!i, X>v: ibn nie^t 

f cnneil foltcn/ Hy a peu d' honnetes gens qui ne h connotf- 
fent. Bare refolutions are of no account witii God, cilt 
bluffer gutcr VOl'HIJ gilt ISOr ©Ott ntC^tC, Icsfirnph-s inten- 
tions ne fci-vent de rien aupres de Dieu. He e.^cufcd 
himfel/:"on the account of his age, cx entfd)Ulbii?tc ftd) We- 
gen fcinee altCVtJ/ iWexcufafurfon age. A thing riiat turns 

to account, etttJrt^ it)i)bci) man gcrolmtcn fait/ une chafe ou 

il y a a gagncr. Upon wKit account dos he danand it.-* 

ntit juac fi'ir rcd/tc Una zi forbern? En vertu dequoi (ou, 

de quel droit) le demande t'il? I ovi'e him nothing upon 
a particular account, id) bin i^m nid;W auf biefc ODet' jcnc 
befonbcre rcc^nung fcf)Ulbtg/ jff ne lui dois rien en particu- 
licr. SiLib|cfts rauft not be cpprecfed upon any account 
whatfoever, bte uutcrt^anen foilcn auf f ciiicvlep m\\i uiitcr^ 
brucft rcerben/ on ne doit point vexer les fujets pour quel- 
que chofe que cefoit. 

To account, ctJtsa^ bcrcd^nen, bauen re^nKttg t^^mi gc^ 
feen/ ablcgcn/nnt etnent rec^ncn/ venir a co}npte.,tenir com- 
pte compter , rendre co??ipte. You muft account it to me, 

i^r muffet ntir bacon ree^nung qtbcn/H/aut que vous m'en 

teniez cmipte. To accoiint , rec^neil obcc ac^ten / bai'UOC 
t)alten/ tenir., croire, efiiiner, e. g. I account it a great lio, 
ic^ l)altC e^ fur einc grojTefunbC/.;V tiens que c'efi un grand 
peche. To account with, rait etncm Obree^nen / faire Ic 
deconte a. To account upon, etlBfl^ (ld)X^X\, m\i^in, t>al>- 
Un i\XX, vegarder, 

* To account for, bte Urfac^ flttfu^rett/ crfldrert/ rendre 
raifon., expliquer. 

Accountable, gc^alten oberfd}ulbigrec^e!ifd)afft*ja8cbcn, 

comptable., oblige a rendre compte. You shall be accoun- 
table for this, VC)X follet bafur flet)en/ vous en ferez refpon- 
fable. 

Accountant, tier bic rec^eH'f unfl serftefiet/einrec^cn-'mcis 

fiery arithmcticien. 

Accoimted, gerec^Uet/ gcacl)tCt je. efllme., repute. 

To accouter, ciiicn ficibeii/ aH-5putjen/aui^ru|lcn/ ftuojie' 

reil/ Cerfc'^en/ l)Crrli<:^ 5ierci»/ habUler^ equiper, accoutre). 
Accoutred, gcHctbCt/ au?gcpulit/ je. i'abille, &c. 

Accoutrements, bie ou^ruilung, flcibef/ roaifcn, Der 

fe^mncf/ jieratb/ habits, aju[}e7ru'nt., equipage., accoutrcmens. 

Accretion, bct n)ad;vft)um/ ansvac^^/ ^it. jutie^mung/ ^le- 

croijfement. 

To accrew (accrue) cntflel^cn / brcu^ ^erf omntert/ reve^ 
nir^ rcfutter., acroitre. What good will accrue thereby * 
X&Hi fur nuijen trirb matt baucn l).lbcn? quel avantagc en 
rcvicndra-t-il? Thclb arc things that accrue to the heir, 
i>ai finb fac^en, fo cott recht^rocgcn bein erben iwfcntutcny ce 

font des chofes, qui acrroi/Jent a I'heritier. 

To accumidate, ettvai^ flufl)du)fen/ jufantmenljdnffeK/ 

frtiumlcn/ accumuler, amajfcr. 
'Accumulated, jUHl"»'Cnacbduift !C. accHmule, &c._ 

* Accumulated treafon, uuterfc|>ie&ltf^e thatCtt; bie Hi 

laftcr bcrbelcibigtcii majcfldt cn»cifcn/ cmpUcation de cri- 
mes de haute trahiftn. 

Accumu- 



ACC. ACQ;. 

Aecumulkion, h'eontlidujfurtg/ {ix^ammcn^mmhti^f ee- 

CMmuUttion, entnljenicnt. 

'Accancw gwi'er fJct§/ gcnoue 6ba<^t, exafiltuJeJoh:. 

'Accurate, flccurat/ acftaUy flei§t9/ fcrcfdltig; rait ffcip 
icmacht, rce^l ai«6swrK-itcr/ <'*'7'7i ^w/a/V avcc exarutu- 

4e:, lime. ^ 

■ XccurateJy, jersfaU'Qltc^/ settau/ flcif 13/ nrit fleif / f*tf«?f- 

meMt,fo'!gneufeme»t. 

To accurfe, cincttocrfluc^at / ticm bpfcn fetnbe vc%<bw, 

rnaudire., anatheniatifcr. , 

Accurfed, 5Cr!'[i:*ety :C. in.vudh., ^c. 

Accusation, tie fluflaqc, bcfc^uliJigung/ blame., reprocbe. 

Accufarive, ter accufari\Tis , k ca: accufutif. 

To acciife, citlClla^flaqcn,bcfc6ul^i9t*H/ accufer^ blamtr. 
To accufe one of, or for a thing, eiiun clncr facfie talbcr 
urtflagcn/ »Orrucfcn/ accuser que/^u'un de quehjue cboje., la 
hi reprocher. 

Accufed, befcfculbtcit/ accuse. 

Accufer, m anflagcT/ fldgcr/ «ne fldgcriti/ accufateu-., 

accufatrice. 

Acculiag, f>l^ anRflflCIt/ PaH'ton d^accu^er. 

To acairtom, eincn acrecbncn, eccoutumer. 

Acaiftomabi}', accuftomarily , gcnjpfjnlic^cr WCtfe/ <w»- 
munemetit. 

AccuUcmary, geito^nUc^/ gemctit/ aebrd«c^Ii(^/ accou- 

tume^ commuii., ordinaire. 

Accuftomed, qcwphnct, bcr ba pflccit, ucecutuyr.e. A shop 
•well accuflomed, ciii bcrubititct uitn, ^ct »icl futiMcutc 
"^at, une boutique bitn achatandee. 

Accuftoming, ^a3 angci»cf)ncu. bi'c gc»c^n^cit/y'tf<7/(?« 
/(p s'accoutumeTy accovtuuiance., hcbitude. 

lA.ce, baa ii<5 in bcr fartc cbcr auf fccm murrfef/ ter reurff 
Ciiiif , as. Ambs - ace (amms - ace) ap uUC/ bcr nJWjf iltJCl), 
t-b£r cin pafct"/ ambefas. I'll not wag an ace farther, 
ilS) will nic^t Cincn fU§ brcit WCic^CIl , je ne bougerai pas 
d'ici. 

Acerb, ^crbC; fc^arjf/ faucr; gnufara, gejlrcngc/ fc^arffy 

«ijr^i crufl., dur. 

Acerbity, bic ^crbtgfcit ; fc^drffC/ aigreur; rigueur. 

To icervate, T. ^. an^iifcii/ jufammcnf)4uifen/ amaf- 
Jer., accinnule>\ cntajjer. 

Ache, epf t^,^ yeterfillcR/ ^f -^f , perJlL f. aud^ Ake. 

To achieve, f. To atchieve, &c. 

jf^cid, filler, fc^arf/ ac!de.,a:gr€.,acre. 

Acidity, bic faiire, fc^artfC/ acidite. 

To acknowledge, ctroasbcfeunen/ etwastgcficfiett; erfcn- 

ntn.bafur baucfcil/ confejjir., avoua--, reconnoitre. 

Acknowledged, bcfcnnet/ avoue. &c. 

Acknowledgment, tie bcfantnis ; bic ctf atitlic^f ctt / 
Iflncfbarfeit, c:,r.f:Jf:in\ reconmijfance. 

Acknowledging, \!<xi bcfeitlicn K, I' action de confgj/er., 
^c- ). Acknowledgmenc. 

Acolyt, ci:i }uacla|Tci!cr in gcijllicficn btngenybcffctt am 
i# bcm rrtcitcr ttufjurearten, aeolytc. 

Aconite, tBolifsmilc^, TOOlff^frJUt/ aconit. 

Acorn, cillC (id)tl; gland. 

Acorus, (iclbfc^remcl, calrau^, afferwurs, acorus. 

.Jo acquamt, ctncn bcric&tcn, il)m naii)xid,i acbcn, ju 
•iffen trjUH/ averttr, commuxLjuer. 1 muft acquaint ium 
vith It, \<i) njtt?- iljm nad)vi(^t bai'on gckn, ///«r yat- jV 

/ £>« avertijje. 

Acquaintance, tic befamitfc^ajft, funbf^^affity frcunt- 
ft^arrt; a-i bcfatmtcr. cm cuter fr;aiiby c^v.noiifance^ habi- 
tude -^ mie cftTMoiJfar.cg., i.r.e petfynne ai-ec ^ui run a fait 



ACCL ACR. 7 

cWMiJJance. Upon what acquaintance? tbC^Ct? WOntnt? 
l»C§n?cactl? pourquoi^ en va-f.t de quoi} 

Acquainted, hiUnXiU bcricf'tct/ <-o;;;;a; informS. I «n 
acquainted with it, biefacftc mt^xlKnu^ijefairafftiire. 
rU make you acquainted with ic, td> nJill C:^ cac^ bcri^^ 
ten, funb/ JU roijTcn tburt/^V vouseu dc^Merai avis. 1 will 
make you acquainted with my defign, tc^ Kill CUC^ Iticiti 
DOrhflbcn crojfneri/ _;? 'la'aJ ccmmy}::qucrnj mon dejfein. 
I brought him acquainted with the bdl families, ic^ oabc 
ihn in ben uorncbniflen Ijdafern bcfainit gcniJc^r,. jf Val in' 

trodui: dsns ks meilleures f ami lies. 

Acqu^nting, btc ntjc^rid>r, bcrit^tunoi/ taa bcric^tctt/ :c. 

avi^., infonnatioK^ ifc. f. To acquaint. 

Acquefb, was cnsDrbeti/ crlcrnct cber crfaiiffti)t,gcreotu 

nctl CDcr crfaufet gut Cbcr lanb, aquet.-., acquijitions. 

To acquiefce, mit cinem binge iu frtcben fcnn / ti babc9 
bcroenbcn loiTen, gcm^cH/ auf tvt6<iA bcrubcn/ bc^fiiUcn, bC9« 
ftininiCH/ acq-uiejcer^fe contenter de. 

Acquiefccd to (in) womit man iufrtcbat '^ IC. a quoi V 

on coitfent., cfc. 

Acquiefcence, acquiefcenc)', acquiefcing, bic iufricbett^ 
^eit/ bctipfiii^tung/ acquiefcemnnt. 

^ Acquirable, roa^ man crlangcn obcr crfauffcn Im, ?c. qui 

peut etre acquis., ifc. v. To acquire. 

To acquire, ctnjfl3 fc^afcrt/ crfaurfcn; ctwas trlangM, 
gcroinncn, crtrcrbcn; ctroa^ txUxnm, Uxntn, acquerir-^ 

gagner; apprer.dre. 

Acquired, gcfc^afty cnrcrbW/ gclcmtt/ acquis., g'tgfy^y 

appris. 

Acquirer, f. cttDerbcT/ bct bfl^ ciacnt^um etnci gtttc^ cti 

flC^ bringt, acquereur., tennc de palais. 

Acquiring, ba^ fc^aifcn / :f . ra<.^ion d' acquerir., ^c. f. 
To acquire. 

Acquisition, bic CTtsjcrbung, crlangung/ erfaaifun«/ reaJ 

crroorbcn itt , acquijition , acquft. For the acquilTtion cf 
the trench tongue, t>'\i frauijofifc^c fprac^e ju Icrncn; pcur 
apprendre le Fianqois. 

Acquilitirious, crrecrbcti; gclcrnt, acquis i appris. 

To acquit, cincn »CH ctoad bcfrenca / le^mac^en , Icelaf- 

fen, ailittircn, U>5^r:(^cn/ acquitter.,dschcrger.,exa}U::\ 
abfuudre. To acquit ones leif, ft*^ ucrbaltcn/ \dn flint 
t'Crric^tcn, s'ac quitter. .To acquit hLTifcIf of bis promife, 
fcine jufagc haltcu/ [mvca. terfcrccncti nacfifcmmcn/ gnug 
tbltn/ s'acquiter de fa promejje. To acquit an obligation, 
\i\x\t fc^ulbigfeit ablcgen, cincttobUfjatucrfcftulbca, xW- 

quiner d' une obligation., reccr.Kciire un bic:',fjit. To 
acquit a debt, cinc fd)lllb bcjahlen, s'acquitter'd' une dette. 
To acquit a malefaftor from his defer\-cd punishment, 
eincm itbcltbatcr U'ine werbicntc jrrajfc eila^Tcn > nnuttrea 
uti criminel la peine q-jil a meritee. 

Acquitment, acquittal, bic lc^SC^tu«g/ bcfrcpUltg/ abfo- 
lutian., delivrance. 

Acquittance, cinc (luittung, gm'titnfi/ /?<:?»//, quittance. 

Acquitted, bcfrcpt, <!Uitticrt/loeiClajfen,;c. acquitte^^c. 

Ac.]uitting , bic bcfre«;«ng, jc, dnharge i^c. \. To 
acquit. 

Acre, cin racrgcn lanbc^, cinc juc^art, insgcmcto 720 fu§ 
i:i bcr Id.tgC/ ur:b 72 in b« brvitC/ acre. 
Acrimony, bic fc(?dr!fc , aniwor.ie. 
A-crriis, ubcrjittcrc^, queruber, frruBWcife uber cinantcf/ 

de-travfrs .t a-t ravers ., au-travers. *" His arms were fol- 
ded a-crofs, ^txxxt (irmc warcn crtuB- wcife in cinanbcr gc- 

fe^lagc:!/ H avoit lis has aoif.z. 

Acrc;1kk,«ini9{ti^t/ ba Ui ?&{bcr|lvn tuc^flabcn ci- 



^ 



ACT. ADA. 



nen (jetvifTcn naftmcit obcr furfiett frruc^ ottiftgctt/ acfo- 

Ji'icbe. . ' 

fait. An ad of bbUvion, eltic auff)Cb«lt9 flUcr ppcicjctt bc? 
ldt>tOR!tacfl, tine amniftie. An aftof Parliament, cinratb' 

fit>Uil;/ Secret/ aiiiitVrucf) te^ ??arlamcnt^ , una fie om arret 

de Parlemcnt. An z&. of a play, citi aft obcrljrtnWunG et^ 

ncii frcubcti - obcr traucr -- fc{?aufptclsJ / «« /?<^^ ^f piece de 

theatre. An aft of a ftudent in divinity, bet aftus t>C^ 
Doftorato ct)tc5 Theoiogi, aulique. 

To aft, thuti/ ^atibcltr, cificn antrclbcit/atimftcrt; cttva^ 

fpiclcn / abgc^cif/ agirctt / /^/r^ , agir ; anrmer , pouJJ'er , 
70«>r, repref enter. To aft contrary to, "^anbelll tvibct/ 
contrevcnir. To aft againft ones own intcreft, ttJtbcr feilt 
Ciactl interefic t)ant)eln / aller centre fes htterets. To aft 
a play, citic coiitobic oHt cju fc^aufpicl fpideil/ ^VaVr wwi- 
comedie , repref enter une piece de theatre. 

Afted, gcfViclct K.joiie., (ifc^ 

Afting, ba3 t^Un; tfl^ fpiden/ K. affion; r affton de 
.joiier., <ifc. 

Aftion, cmtMt/ f}QnWm, unid)tan^, atUH, citt rocrcf ; 
bic gcbcrbeii; ein procc§/ gcri(^t^f)anbcl/ eine fac^c oor ac* 
tirfttc; citic aftion, cin jrrcit, 9cfecf)tC/ trcffcn/ ^.'//W Ta 
be fiill of aftion, jjiclc gcbcrtcii mac^cii; flctpii?/ gcfc^afftifj 

Cbcr amftf! fci)n/ et7-e plein de gefies\ etre aSfif. A man 

fit for aftion, einmaiui Hv QC0)iih ift ttmi a\l^m(f)Ulh 

un homme d' execution. 

' Aftdonable, bawlbcr m<Jtt cirtett gcrtc^tlic^cti proccO fiil)> 

jfCM fan, fjui porte aftion. 

Aftive, tl)dti3 / utiycrbvojfett/ amfig/ ^wrtig/ flctlig ; wlr-- 

rfcnb/ agij]ant\ aftif. 

Aftive, citt verbum aftivum , aflif. 

Aftiveiy, anifig/ flcifig/ t)urti9 ; aftive, h(ibilemeHt.,proin- 
pte^nent ; aflivcmejit. 

AftiVity, bic frafft/ fldrrfc/ ^itrtigFcit/ fcrttgfcit/ affivlti, 

vivacite. Feats of aftivity, flUltllic^e exercitia, obcr gc' 

fc^icEUc^c tt)atctt, fo mit ciitcv l)u«i9Ecit bc^ Icik^ ucmd)- 

tct njcrbctt/ tours de foupleffh 

Aftor, cut COmobtfllttC/ afleur., come^Uen. 
Aftrefs, cine COmobirtlttIn / aftrice., coinedienne. 

Aftuai, V)\xx<S,M), it)a^rf)a|fti9/ gcgcntvdvtig/ in ber i!<)<!iX, 

'aflu'el. 

Aftually, ttJtircflic^/ iljO/ R5at)r^flfttg/ in ber X^X, afluel- 

lement., cii eff'et. 

Aftnary, cinNotarius ittclncrDcrfammlung/Ciugcrtcf^W' 

Ct>er antte-l'c^reiber/ fecretaire de fynode. 

To aftiiate , cincn bct^cgcH/ mxii^n, treibctt/ antrciben/ 

animer^ /aire agir., poujjlr. 

Aftuared, angcrciRt/ }C. /?«/w', cfe'r. 

Acute, fcf^arff ; fiibtil/ pi^ig/ fc^arfftmiig/ fpiBfunbig/ ai- 
gu., violent ifuiftil., hgenieux. An acute, cJII acutus, ac- 
cent aigtt. 

Acutely, fpiBfunbtg/ fubtilC/ fd)axff]'mi9,fuki/ement, in- 
genieiifcJHcnt. 

Acutcneft , bic fc^nrffc, fiibtilttdt; fplfifutibigf (it/ fc^arff- 

finnigfcit/ fubtiUte , efprit, penetration. 

* Adaftcd, gcjreungcn/ bar^n gctricbcii/ coigne. 
Adage, cin fpriicf>n5Drt, prcverbe. 

Adagial, ju eincm gewcincu fpruc^twort 9ct)ori9/ pro- 

verbiaL 

Ad^ies, \\x tagC/ iBO/ maintenant. Now adaies ,• J)CUt JU 
tflgC/ aujour d^ hui., pref.mement. 

Adamant, (an adamantine ftone) cin b«ttfln(/ un dia 
mant. 



ADA. ADf>. 

Adamantin'e, wn ciitcttt bcmant/t>art ivkctttbcmfltrt/un? 
ubcrnjinbltd;/ dc diamar.t., invio!abh\ invinciit/e. Adaman- 
tine ties, unmifiO^ltC^C ftJOtCrt/ des noeuds indiljoiublcs. 

Adamites, bte 2tbitmttcn, (cinc gcWifTe m tenet) Ada- 
mites. ' I 

To adapt, ctttjag bequctit madden/ gcri^t ma^^^tn, bcpfu* 

get!/ atlfugcn./ adapter, ajujier. 

Adapted, bcqucnt gcutacf)t, tc. rtrrowwo^c', ecc. 
Adapting , bic bcpf«8»n9/ boe anf iigeit / k. ^pp/lcathn^ 

f aflion d^ adapter^ 

To add, ctt»a^ abbtrctt/ fcinjutfttttt, bcnfu^n,. sitfantmciis 
t^un, t3crmet)rcn/ barjU^clffeU/ addirca, ant)en(^e!t- ajouter^ 

joindre^ centribucr. I will add nothing of my Ovvn,ic^ 

mix nic^t^ oon bcm mcintgcn \)m\\\Xhwr\ , je n'y mcttraji 

rien du mien. That added to our misforrune. btffciJ b<rt 
Unfcr clenb PCrmc'^rct/ ceianous cjl arrive par unftircroit 
de malhcur. 

Addecimate, bSrt JC'^cnbcn auf cilt blrt§ fd)ta^tt/V/Wt'r, 

lever les dimes. 

Added, flbbicct/ baiugct^citt/ fttige^engt/ xc. joints ajouti 

^c. f. To add. 

Adder, cine mXttXi Pipcf / coulenvre, vlphe. Water- 
adder, cincttSflffcr-fcfjlaitgC/ un hydre^ferpent d" eau. Ad- 
dcrs-tonguc, nflttei'-Slinglctlt/ langue de ferpent. 

Addicc, cSdie) tin 'f)Obcl/ doloire. 

To addift one's felf to , ftd) auf cftua^ Icgert cber bcg<y 

t»en/ ftC^ bcmfelben crgebcU/ IDtbnicn/ s'addonner, s'appHquer. 
Addifted, crgcbctt/ Jtt CttVa^ genctgt/ JC adonne., attach^., 
confac-re. 1 am your moft addifted fervant, tc^ bin f:tn trcu* 
CtgebenliCt bicncr/^^/«'V v8tre tres aff'cffionne ferviteur. 

Addiction, bic jufc^lagung bet) cJncr auftion, dUivran- 

cf, adjudication^ au plus off'rant. 

Adding, bail abbircn/ i^ufantment^urt/ k:. V aftion d'a- 

jouter (is'c. \. To add. 
Additament, f. addirim^ 

Addition, bic bcpfugung/ tttc^mng/ fcrmcbrung, bet* fljr: 

"^(tng/ addition., furcroit., augmentation. The rule of ad- 
dition, bicregulaadditionis in bcr rcc^crt' Funfl/ rf^/f ^W- 
dition. A iecond edition revifed with additions, bic M' 

bere edition atif^ neuc burc^gefcf)cn unb i)cxmci)xct,fecftnde 

edition revile & augwentce. This is a great addition to 

it, iifua cin groflfcr wxtWd barbctj/ e^jtcrct ciUrcffltd) a\x^, 

c'eji un grand axuantage., fefl un grand orncmcnt. 

Additional, n)tig ittan boju \)9X, obcr \)\n\SX X\)nXi de fur plus, 
qu'on a ajoute. 

Addle,Hecr; eitct/ nic^tlg/ t^oricfit / vuide; vain. An 

addle egg, cinunfrUC^tbar ttJinb-'Ct)/*/;* aeuf jans germe { fli- 

rile.) Addle-headed, Icic^ti'mniS/ «nbcbad^tfaui/ unbci'iMi^ 

tieU/ evcntSy icervele. 

Addle, 7". tt>cin-'flcill/ tartre. 

Addrifs, bte gefd)icf lid)!ett/ f unfi ; cinc onrctc, cpmplimc«'' 
XCi abbrcffc ; cin anfncl)cn/ cine bittC/ bittfcbritft/ adrejje, M- 
duftrie; »h compliment; requete. Addrefs, cinc JufcJ^rifft 
Obcniorrcbc M icmanb/ dedicacc., epitre dtdicntoire. The 
amurous addrcfles of a lovcr.bic Itcbc^^COmpUntClltcn cinC* 
frct)Crs!/ A'^ pourfuites d'un amar.t. An addrefs prelcnted 

to the King, cincbandPfc^rifft obcr bittfcf)rift/ fo bcmitcnt? 
gc llbergcben 1f0rbc«/ une addrcjl'c prejentie au Roy. To 
make one's addrefs to one, fcinc JU^UC^t iU i(mant> ncf)mcit/ 
avoir recours a quelctln. 

To addrefs , tix6<xi m cittcrt ricf)f cW/ t^m ubcrgcbcit/ an- 

briltgcrt/ bcbicire it/ JUCtgncn/ addrejjlr, dedier. To addrefs 
the King, bctn.ftcnigc cin bancf- obcr bitt-fdircibcn iibcrlic^ 
KXW, pre/enter nnc addrejje tin Hoj- Addrefs yourleli to 

him. 



ADD. ADJ. 

him, ge^ct jn i^m mcl^et cuc^ ben l^m m, Mtct bet) ihm 
on, erbolet cu^ raths bep itun, ncl/inrt euw iujlu(f)t ju il)m/ 

udrejJiiT, vous a tui. 

AddreiTer, ciner Dcr cm Daiivf- oDcr titt-fcfjrciben utcr- 

gibt/ prefenteur d' aJreJfes. 

Adireinng, bic obcrlicfcrung «tticr bittfc^rijft ,• ba^ bcbt- 
Ciren/ JC. I' aclioft de frefenter aes adrejjts^ ou d'adres- 

"■ AJelbg,^ cm pritt?/ obCt^onigs-fo^"/ unprmccy ou, 

4- Ademption, 5". cntlic^ung , bctaubung , privation^ de- 
po'tiUUmcnt. 

Adequate, glcic^, ebctt/ glcic^guUiS/ ebenraaf i9/ proper-' 

tipnirt/ <f A conformed equivnlcnt, proportionni. 

To adhere to, eincm aaf Icbcn, an^angett/ nacbfolgcn/bcn 
ctncm obcr bet) cma^ blciben/ fi(^ bar,u ^oXizw, adherer^ 

$* attache;- a , fe ter.ir. 

Adhered to, babcp matt \>xd\)X, 2C. rf 3'«P/ i' on s'^tta- 

A(iherenc>', adhefion, bic an^aiigunfl/ b«3 an^angcti/ 

nad>t0l'.ica, adherence. 

Adherent, ctnanbdn9«'/n^'^fol9«f/ ntitgcfcU/ ^/^^'''VM/. 
Adjacent, adjacent, aiilicgcJtb/ anftoifcub/ aii9raueciib/ 
si'iacent^ contlgu. 

'Adjeftive, ciii adjeftivum, rbcr bcpjidnbrgc^ ncnntsort/ 

un adjeflif. 

Adjetliveiv, adjeflive^ WtC m adjeftivum, dans unfens 
adjefi'if. 

Adieu, ®ott befci)len / tf^/>«- 

To adjoin, f. To adjoyn. 

To adjourn, ctRj.i* auffcbicbctt/ ccrfc^iebeti ; cineit auf^ 
fibub geben; bett fisauf cincn aiibcrn tag ucn'cbicbcti, (njcnn 
ba^ 'Uurliamciit oen cinaabcr gcbct/ uiib ciiien anbcrti tag 

|Ur jUfammcnfutlft bcilJmmct) remettre; dcnner ou /rr- 
corder un delai; fd feparer pour fe rajjemhier une autre 
fois^ s'ajouitter. 

Adjoumed, aiifecfffeobcn/ :c. r«»/V, ^c. 
Adjourning, adjournment, bcr OUt"fcfyub / \ik a\\\\^ki 
bung, delai^ remife^ ^c. \. To adioum. 

. To adjoyn , ctroas ^nijufc^en / biiuutijuity bcpfugcr?/ ad- 
jo'indrt. 

Adjoyned, bctjgctbart/ bcnacfugt / jc. adjoint. 

Adjoyning, 5". tik bcofugutig /ba^ bitlJufeQCtl / iC. adjon- 
fflc-n, PaffJcn d'acj'.indre. Adjoyning, A. b«bCt) licgcUb/ 
JtiaranBcnb/ q:a toucheyjoignam., contigu. 

To adjudge, cincm ctwae jUcrEcnncn/ iufprcc^cn; cincn 

»CtUttbeilCil, adjuger ; condanmer. 

Adjudaedj ^ucrfannt*, Verurtbcitt, adjuge; candanme. ■ 

Ai^ad^u^, adjudication, bic iucr!amitau^, vcrurtbci- 
lUHilr adjudication ^ condamnatiittt. 

* Axljument, b.c bultfC/ bcr bcijftaitb, a'rde. 

Adfund, bet |ufat5,umtianb, acceJJlire.,circon(laMce. 

AdjiincHon, bte 5iuvJbc, iufcBucg/ be9fiJ9«"3/ ucrnieb' 

rung/ addition^ augnantatiw. 

Adjuration, bic bcf(^n>CtUll3/ inftdtlbigc \i\Xttf ad/ura- 
tion. 

To adjiire, cinctl bcfc^twrcn, indaubig bitten, adjurer, 
conjurer. 

To adjiift, ctmai \n rcc&tc nud^cn, ciwriilitcn/ anildkn, 
tit orbnung fcBcn; etreaJ bcolcgeii; cabiqcu/ ctitfcbciben, 
tyiijieri accommodirr ., terminer. 

Adjiil^ed, cilWCrii&tCt/ ajujie^ cfc. 

Adjuiliug, bw (iiirtc^tung/ anjUUung/ ciitf^^eibuttg, Ui 



ADJ. ADM. 9 

Clttrt($tClt/ K. apiJietneiU., acccmmodement > l*a/tion de re~ 
g/er, isfc. 

Adjutant, cin ^Cljfcr; eitt abjUtant/ adjutant; un aidi- 
majirr. 

Adjutory, belrfcnb/ qui aide. 

To adjuvate, ctncm bclffctl, bci5|!cSc?t, <?/yrr. 

Admealurement, S. geritbtitcbc^ urt?cil/ b«^ wiebcr ill 
crftatten/ »ae cincr ubcr fcinc gcbut^r gcnommcn fyuj, *;w^- 

fHrement. 

Admenfudktion, bic ^Ictc^mac^ung , 8lctd&c iumc||ttii#, 

egalifatiijn. 

Adminicle, CtrtC fcudfc , Ctft bct)ffa«b/ aide.fecnrs. 
Adminicular, ijclffcab/ biciicnb, qui aide. 

To adminifter, cttDj^ t)cri»altcn/ bcmfcftcit wrffdjetfr 

Ctt»a^ au^tbcilcn, gcbcn, barrcid)CJt/ adminijher , gcuver- 
ner : dinner, difpenfer. To adminiller an oath, fcbwcrctf 
laffcn / Ctticn C^b frrbcni/ faire prher le ferment., defertr 
le firment. 

Adminiibation , btc WCnVflltung/ ault^CtUllTg , admini- 
Juration., difpenj'aticn. 

Adminiflrator, citt ocrwaltct/ tjcmjcfjr, uwilc^cr/ QU^tbaV 

let/ adininijirateur. Adminillritorship, \>Ai jttlt ObcT biC 

rciirbccinc^ »cnvalterf , bic umaXtyxm , quaiite d^admim- 

jlratenr., adminijiratiov.. 

Admin iftratrix, cine »crw.llterin/ celle qui adminiflre. 
Adminilbed, ocrwaltct,- flbnumjlrirct/ K. adminijire^dim- 
niy i^c. f. To adminifter. 

Admirable, ttjunberbat/ wunbcrnjJwurbig, wttctfli^, 

^Crrlit^/ admirable., excellent^ keau. 

Admirably , admirably well , rouubcrborlic^/ a(|0 ^% ti 
\\X »cr»unbcrn \\X, IJbcraU? mobl/ admirablement. 

Admiral , cin abmiral / un amiral. The admiral-ship, 
bic abmiral/ be^ abmtraB fcbiff/ l' amiral. The admiral- 
flag, be^ abmirali fabne, lepin.-i!i*n. The admirai-aaiiey, 
bC:^ abmicala MXtt.galere capitar.ejfe^ Pamir ale. '^Admi- 
ralship, obmirclfcbaftt, la charge de P amiral. ' 

Admiralty, bic flbmiralitC/ boi? abmiral-'amt/ bc^ 9L\ixa\' 

rale bau§/ I'amiraute., palais de r amiral. 

Admiration , \!\t JJCrTOUnbcrung , admiration. Note of 
adnyrition, ein punCtum adinirarionis , un point d' admi- 
ration. To have one in admiration , cincn gar bc^ flcfi- 
tcn. fid> wbcr ibn UcrHJUnbcrO/ admirer ^uelcun. 

To adfoire, etna? admirircn/ fit^ taruber Dcmuubcra/ 
j cotfe^en ; ctmaiJ gro§ <i&U\\: oicl \!wz\\ \)0\u\\, ^ fcijr Xw- 

I bctt/ admirer, s'ettnner ; aimer fort. 

Admired, ttro<5acad>t,4)Cltcbt, K. admire^ aime. A thino 
to be adniired,«nc WUnbcritcbc facfcC/ um chcfe adm- 
rable. 

Admirer, ivx »>ctwujibcrcr, bcr fi(^ wtttjunbcrf/ obcr dow 

CtlWaa cidbalt/ ein grolTcr lictb<lv>cr / admirateur^ grand 
amateur. 

Admiincn.^bic {ulafTung/ ctRlaiTung/ aufncfimung, J»er 

JUSanrt; adwijjron, reception, accez^ 

j To admit, to admit ot", ctroii amicbmcn/ flufncbmen,- dn* 

1 laffcn; jUlafTetn JUAcbcn, aJmettre, rscevoir-. permettre; 




tre un principe., le cotmoitre pour vtritahle. Admit it 
were fo, gcfctit, 'i>'\% bott dfo fco' poft=. le cas quecelafoit. 
Faith admits of degrees, bCT glaubc ^^OX UntCtfc^icbcncgra- 
dus, la foy a di Kerens de^rez. 

Admittance, "&ic julaffung, eiiUalTartg, ^c9cr iugflrtj.- 

admijpon, entree. 

B Admfrrei, 



10 ADM. ADV. 

Admitted, au^e«ommen/iu$cIa|fc«/:e.«^»»V,(if^. f.To 

admit. 

To admix, mit itWHi Htmfd)m,me/er. 
- ' Admixtion , Mc »crinifitung/ mcLmge. 

To admonish, eincn crinticicti^ ccrma^nctt/ roartten/ ^a-- 

hortcr^ av&rtir. 

,\ Admonished, iJCrma'^net/ JC. exhorte^ ifc. 
Admoiiisher, t)«r ba t>CV\M\)nct/ qui exhorte. 

Adm-nisbing, tie ycrmal)nuti3/ t»«ei »crmal)tteti/ :c, <?^- 

monition^ rai^ion d exkorter\ ^c. 

Admonishment, &ic tjcnnaf)nu:i9 / crjtincmng/ wavnuitg, 

advionitiot\ {rDertiJfetner.t. 

Admonition, jjcrrtia^im'td/ xoatnmi, admonition^ avis. 

To adnihilate, f.To annihilate. 

Ado, mii{)c; einldrmcfi/TOefcn/ />«W; iruif, tumult, e.g. 
Without any more adoe , o$nc uiel tvcfctl^ VOdUX JU ma;; 
t^Ctl/ P^IIC mitiVCi' bmm\)m, f^ns /aire p/ui de faqon.,fans 
plus hejttev. 1 have much ado to forbear beating of him, 

x^) fan mic^ fauni ctut)altcii/ ta^ ic^ i{)ii njdjt fcl)iaqc//f« 

j't-w yi/j;/, que ji; ne k bate. With no great ado, fd^r ICtC^- 
tC,. O^UC Did Itcfeil/ aifement., facilement. 

Adol fcency, tie jucjent tii)mi4bi^ i<i\^Xi,adolefcence. 

To ad'ipt, eincn rtnnctjmeii/ flufnet)mcn an fint«^ fiatt; 

ftc^ Ctro.i^ jUnS'lCtJ/ adopter. 

Adopted, aufgcnommcit/ K. adopti. 

Adopter, ter an fi ibe^ ^att aufitimntt/ </«/ adopte. 

Adopting , adoption , tie aufnctjmung m f iutciS jlatt / 
(fi:;tl'd)Qfrt,) adoption. 

Adoptive , an fintc^ flatt aufgcnommen/ adoptif. 

Adorable, anbetcn^ rourtig/ eljvnjitrbtg/ adorable. 

Adorat, cin gCTOlC^te ten VicrpfU'>lt'/ P'^^^ de quatre 
iivres. 

Adoration, tIc anbctung/ Uere'^ru:J9/ adoration. 

. Jo adore, cincu aiilTtm / cljJen / ucre^rcn; f>effti3 mt> 
ct)rerbicti9 liebeo/ a^o>vr. 

Adored, angebctct / JC. tf^or/, ^r. 

Adorer, cin anbetCF/ Jjeref>rcr/ adorateur. 

Adoring, tic ajlbetung, ta^ anbctcn/ JC. adoration., I'a- 
fiion d' adorer. 

To adorn, ctn)il5 jicmi/ ausjtcrcn, (»r««-, embelHr., 

Ad«*)rned, (!,ejiercf/K. e?w, <^^- 

Adornation , f. Adorning. 

Adorncr, tet ta a\Xi\kxti, qui orne. 

Adorning, tic au-j^icrung, taa \kxt\\, raflion d'omer. 

Adornment, cin jieratb/ omement. 

Adown, pY£p. (^poetice fur down. ) His curling hair 
adown his shoulders flow'd, feinc fnufc \^<{iiXt floffen \\:)m 
\)\t fc^Ultcrn !)i'iab//fi" cheveux fiotoient fur fes cpaules. 

Adioit, ad^. gefd)icft »om leibe unt gcmuf^e; lijlig/uer* 

(i^laoc'l, adroit. 

Adroitnefs, S. gefc^tcflic^fclt/ tmpQXi^i/addreJ/e^ dex- 
, ierite. 

A-dry , tur|!t9/ altere., qui a foif. 

Adfcicitious, biii^nget^an, frembtC/ ajoutS., Stranger. 

Adviuce, citl gang/ fd^ritt, avance., demarche. Advin- 

«c-moncy,ta^ praemium otcr gclt/focitifauffmauinjorttc 
»crfic«)cru;»a feincr reaarcn ja^lcii muli/ p-ime. 

To advance, fi>rtgct)cn / fertrucfcn ; ctroad oerauSgcben 
9tcr bejal>lcn ; wx\k\)tn\ cr|)o^cn; bcfortcrn; f)6()cr briti^ 

gCH/ avancer, marcher en avatiti donner par avance; pre- 
Jerer; rehauffer; poujfir; porter, 

* They were now advancing from reproaches to blows, 

nacf> au^gcfioffcncn fd>cUrooctcn rouvtcn fic l)antgcmcin/ /// 
alhient paJJW des injures aux coups. 



ADV. 

* This is that on which we advance all our hope?, '^ict- 
auf gturttcn rotr oXk unferc fjoffnung, c'ejl cela fur quay 

nous fondons toiites nos efperances. 

Advanced, bcfortCCt >C. avance, i^c. f. To advance. 

Advancement, tic bcfortcrung / avdncement. Before 
his advancement to the throne, e^C er jur Kgierung fttm, 
avant qiCil montat fur le trone. 

Advancing, tic tx^^viw, befortcmng/ tae fortgcijcrt/ jc. 

PaSlion d''avancer.,^c. f. To advance. 
Advanc't, f. Advanced. 

Advantage, t>cr nut?/ uortf)cil/ flcnicfl/ gc»tiif^/»orjU8/bie 
bequcittlict>fcit; tic \\x(i,okz, taa iibcma^/ av^n-.tage, bien 

profit., prerogative., commodite; fur plus. To take, or ma- 
ke advantage of a thing, fcincn nU^Crt Otcr C2irtf)cilbet)C!' 
ncr fache {sx^tw, fid) fclbigc juhuj? madden/ bcticnen//fprf- 
valolt\ prof iter d'tme chofe. To fell a thing to the beft 

advantage,' ctroas.^ fo t{)cuer/ al« immer moglici}., ucrfauffctt/ 

vendre une chofe au plus haut prix. She dreifes to the 

beft advantage, ftc f ati if)re pcrfon fet)r rocil)l auffu^rcn/ elk 

fe met bien , elle a le don de fe bicn ajufler. 

To advantage, etncm nu^cn / t>ortt)cil bringcn / cintriJiV- 

li(^ ^iX^Wi apporter que/que avantage w, etre avantageux a. 
He might very well advantai^e hinifelf ten pounds , ec 

fontc gar tt)ot)l je^enpfunt gcioinncn/ il auroit pH gagner 

dix Iivres. 

Advantaged, tct cinctt nu«cn ^M, bcr ta gcwtnnct/ qm 

a quelque avantage^qui gagne. 

Advantageous, advant^gious , nufebar/ tJOrf^cil^afftig/ 
eintra'glic^/ crfpricC'lid)/ bc^lUCnt/ avantai^eux.pyofitable. 

Advantageously, advantagiously, nuS^licf)/ bcqUCm / Ittit 
yort^cil/ UOrtljcil^dfftig/ avantageufcmer.t. 

Advantageouiiiefs ; tIc nu^barfcit, uott^cUtjaftigfcit/ 

avantage. 

Advent, tcr abluent/ tic nboent-jcit; tic anfunft/ jtt* 

\W,^t I l^ advent \ venue. 

Adventitious, adventual, frctttbtc / jufa'tligy nic^t rtatur* 
lic^/ Ptcr aiigebO^rCH/ etranger., cafuel., qui n'et pas na- 
ture I. 

Adventure, cine bcgeknt)cit/ cin jufiU/ jufyfUgting, 
cin abcnttt)cur;.ta^ g!v»cf/ ta^ xamn, tie gcfafjr; cin per- 

nc{)nicn/ anfd;lag/ aventure, accident; risque., hazard; en~ 
treprife. At all adventures, auf allc begcbcn()cit/ auf allcil 
fall/ a tout hafard. 

To adventure, ctroa^ wagcrt/ mgcfa{)r feficn/ in tie fltan- 
Ue fc^lagcn ; ctroaa j)ornel)mcn./ unrcrfangcn, jlcl; crf«{)ncn, 

aventurer., risquer ; entreprendre., ofcr. 
Advenuired, gcivagt/ n*. aventure, ifc. 

Adventurer, ciit abcnttf)curfr/ ma9cl)fll^/ tcr ta wagcty 
bcr cinen iH-rfuc^ tf)ut/ <ro<?«^K?-/^. 

Adventurous, wagcnt/ fu^tt/ ^ti(!l)t\>CXmeiiin , hazardeux. 
Adventurously, fCicl)Cr Otcr t'crwcgcrtcr mcifC/ hardiment. 
Adverb, cin adverbium, bci^TOCrt/ advcrbe. 
Adverbial, JU cincm adverbio ge^Ori(j/ adverbtal. 
Adverbially , ali^ Cttl adverbium, adverbialement. 

Advcrfary, cin fcint/ witcrfjcjjcr/ gcgciipart/ gcgent^cil/ 

adverfaire. 

Adverfative, Ctltgcgcn fcPCtlt/ advcrfatif. 

Advcrfe, aitcrnxJrtig / nsitrig, suwitcr/ cnfgcgcn / fr«- 

traire. 

Adverfity, tic ttjibcrwrtrti^Feit/ trubfal/ tag unglucf/ Wf 

fa»l/ malheur., adver/tti: 

To advert, ad)tung gcbcn/Ctroa^mcrcfctt, mmixdaxi 

prendre ^arde., remarquer. 

Advertency, ttC aufWCTCffamfcit/ attention. 



ADV. 

To advertife, tin:n bcrirftteo, biaad^rWmn, ifim ju 
»hfcn thun, iJ»:i tt!:jrncn/ crtniicrn/ tn-ettlr, (hnner avis k. 
S\dvertil'ed , bcridjtCt/ ac'tJaruct- erven':. 

'Advertifer, eineT/ Ux ctwas criimcrt o&ct amKxdtt, 

gvertilfeur. • 

Adverriiemenr, ctfie mwntvxm, attmercFunS/ cin l)cn(f^ 

ifttel/ rf-'/-'. avert ijjement. 

Advcrtiiing, biV crinncrunS/ ba^ crinncrtt/ ic. I'aSiion d^ 

arvert:-\ i?c. 

Advice, elotat^/ rat^jc^tag; jbcr bericfet, bie nac^ticfit, 

funMbUUng , ieitung / avis ^ cmfeil -, avert iffiment. Ad- 
vice-Boar, fin nac^ric^t - fc^iff/ ifoft ^ fc^iff/ avis-jagb / pata- 
cbe d'avis. 

f To advigilate, flcipig ttJa^ett/ forge tragett/ veiller, 

prendre foin. "• 

Advifable, rathfiiH/ bequctit/ fccr mu^c wect^/ de la jpr»- 
/(r«ce , qui eji a propos. 

To adviie, ciiicm rot^ctt , rot^ gefccn; cinert tjerflanbi- 
^en, bcmd)tid)mcn , tbm nacftrtcfit ae&en/ ftfttciben/ <-o»- 
friZ/cr; donner m-is, ecrire. To adviie tojthe contrar\", 
emciU roibCCVat^Ctly ^/j/«'7rf'fr. To do as one shall adviie, 
itmaub^ tilth iol^m,fuivre Ic canfeil dequeUun. To ad- 
wife with, cilten ura t<tth Jtaqcn, prendre coK/ei/, confuher. 

To advife with one's feif, bcp ficl^ uberlesen^ fic^ bcbcn- 

ff eil/ am/iderer, deliberer. 

Adviied, bcm man cinen rat^ gegcbett/ gerat^ert/ confeille. 

Advil'cd with, um tdX^ SCfragt, confulti. Well-advlfed, 
»0{)lbct>8<ht/ I'OrfiC^tig , bien-avi^e^ circonfpe^. lll-advi- 
I'ed, unuorficbltg/ imprudent. I'll do nothing but as I am 
adviied, icb ttji'll niiit:^ anbcro t^un, aU nai man mirrdtb/ 

ji ne veux rien faire^ que ce qu'oti me confeliLra. I am 
orhervvife adviied , id^ x>vx qanB onfccr^ bcrichtct rewbett/ 
on ma dit (on.,je mefuis laijje dire) toute autre cbofe. 
It is adviied from fuch a place, that, fie fc^^feibcn tJOn ei- 
ttem gcUjilTen ortC/ DuK. on donne avis d'un tel endroit., que. 

Adviiedly, bebacfitfam, VCtftcbtig, fagement. 

AdviiednW's, S. f Uiaficir; fageffe., prudence. 

* Adviiement, \^\c beratbfcblaflUlig / consultation. 

Adviler, cin riUbacber, conjeilleur. 

Adviling, ba^ rtufjen/ K. I'afiion de confeiller., ^c. f. 
To adviie. 

Aduiarion, bie fc^mcic^dunSy fc^meic^eloj/ liebfofung, 

^terie: 

Adulkor, cin fcfimctcfiler/ t«c^^fcf)tt>an^er, adulateur. 
Aduhcory, fi^meid)dnb, fwc^5fc^tt)anRe»b//tf/f*r, &- 

tfufe. 

Adulr, crnsJcfifcil, adulte. 

A4uitcrare, adulterated, »crfalfcftt, ttcrmtfc&t/ fal_fifie, 
mele. Adulterate , cctbcrben / am bcr axt gefcblijgcn , car- 

rompu , ahatardi. 

To adulterate, ettoa^ jjerfalfc^CH, ocrmtf(:^en,»ctanbcrn; 

ttiPa? VCrtcrben/ fal/ijiei\ alteren cotrotnpre. 
Avi'brerated, f. Aduitcrate. 
Adalterer, eir adultere. 

Aduitereis, ci ^cwn , une femme adultere. 

Adulterous, ci)fi>rcct)ati'c^, adultere. 
Adulter)-, Dt't cJ)ebrud), adulter e. 

* To adumbrate, ctTOu^ ufcerfcbattcn ? ctwfls cbicii^nen, 

«bb«U)cn, omt}rnge-,\ aayonner., reprefenter. 

Adumbrated, ubcrfdiattct, JC. ombraTe^ is'c. 

Adumbration, cin cntmxff, cine abtcicftnung/ une ekau- 
che^ uii ie^er crayon. 

Adung^iem, ooUftjmmlic^; ganfi perfeft, aufm n«gel, par- 
fattemeHt bien^ fur le bout des doigts. 



ADV. AFF. It 

Advocate, cirt abDocflte/ etn bcp?lanbt cin wrfrr^^^cr; 

Ciil patron, tJCrfcc^tcr; avocat, iatcr-.-eJeur, parti f.::u de- 

/eiifeur. Advocateship, etncs abuPi'oten anit, tie furj})re^ 

d^vm^f /onfficn d'avocat, interctjjlim. 
To advow, f. To avow. 
Advovv-'ry, f. Avo\^'r)^ 

Advowee, cin patron etncr !trc^env avoUe. 
AdvowYon, ba^ rec^t einejpfarr ju \:iXiiiiiXi,droh de pa- 
tronage. 

* Advowtf)', obcr Adultery, S. bcr e^ebnsc^/ aduhere. 
Adi'iit, aduiled, tjcfbrannt, befcngct/ adujie. 
AdulHbie, Dcrbrennlic^/ ccmhujiible. 

Aduftion, bcr bcanb, biej>trbten«ung/bfl^brenBe!t/tf<^'<f»< 

de bruleTy brulenre. 

/Equltor, \:a mtttel-'fret!?, requateur. 
i^quih'briouj, f. Equilibrious. 

y¥;quin6ftial, gehoiig 5uni «quator€ obet titcfcl bet 
tag unb npcpt alcui inac^t, equinoxial. 
The je'qainox, Du \i\i, t»cnn XOi,% uab nac^ gleicB tft^ 

r equinox e^ , 

it ra, aera, ciitc jeit, \)W>t))x ra«n ben anfaog einec rcd^unjif 

mac^t/ fre, epoque. 

Aerial, lutftig, jlfic&tig, iu bet tuft geJ^»rig/ m ber luff 

lebcnb, aerien., d'air. 

Aeromancy, bie n5ci)TaaU'!a au3 b^r la frit/ aeromantie. 
Aerometr)', i". lufftnicijcr -f unit/ dsrwwerr/V. 

itilival, jur fommer^jeit gcbcrtg/ </'f/ir. 

To aeftuate, F. N. grojit ^u wn ftcb geben; waUenreJe 

^\li mcer, briler, etre en feu ; e/r^ rtj/r^' cemme la mer. 
A.therial, luftig/ ^mmltfc^/ etherien^ d'air^ celejie. 

Afar oif, oon fcrnett/ »on njcitcra / /o/w, ^c /<?;». 

Afeard, f. Afraid. 

Affability, bt€ gutigfctt/ letttfdtgfeit/ freanblt(^fctt bie 
leutc anjureben, affabHite. 

Aifable, leutfeltg, frcunblicfe, %t>\^"^^%, affable^ civil. 

Affably, Icutfdig/ frotnbUc^cr wcifc/ ^IbfcUg, affable- 

ment, bor.netement. 

Affair, dn gefc^affte/ ^anbeL eiiic fac^C/ eerric^tung; af- 

faire. 

To ailecl, ftc^ n.'&Utx&'ii bej{et§igcn, irgcnb noxfi jJrebcn; 
etroae bcrufcrcn/ bemegen; ctwa^ Iteben; necb ctnj^f trod?- 
ten/ fet)r »cclangcti/ e^ bcgcbrcn/ affe.l.'r,[i piquer de .- /o;/- 

c-JcT; aff'eflioHner; rechcrcher avec j\in. Yourobjecliou 

doth not affed my aiTertioa, cucr cinttjurif btcnetgamirfst 

: wibcc mdnen wrgebr^c^tcn lef>rfa8/ vtitre objeflhnnefait 

j rien centre ce que jai a-jance. ■ 

j Affeilate , gcitt)ttng«t , angcnommcn/ bcr aaf tine angc^ 

i nommenc neift rcbet, affe/^e. qtti pa*-le avec a^f elation.: 

j Affecliicion, ctne unorocntltdye bcgicrbe ober oerlaugeit 
! ncc^ ttvoii, gr«iTer fl:rt§; eine gctwungene cber arigcnem^ 
[ meiie Wetfe / nsc^jiifung / dejir violent ; affectation, affe- 
terie. 

Affefted, »cri«ttgt; geruftrt, Sciwgen; gcjwungen, an-- 
%ima% angenoraraen; bdiditTgcunnct; bcbafftct/ (^niaezt, 

affecle; touchc; etudie; aime; intentionne ; atteint, <?/'- 
\fiige. How ftands heaffefted? wic i}l er gcitdflt? ani 
; rodc^C fcitc inciinirt er? en quiIU difpa/ititm et-:l? danu 

quel parti ejl-il? To be well or ill affefted to the gee. 

j yetiimer.t, gegcn bte regi^nfl n)o{>i ober ubdgcficnctie^a, 

j etre biett ou mal-intentioMwe pvur le go^'ernrmevt. \ 

i Affeftedljr, auf dne angencmmeneober gciwungetie wd^ 

\ ft/ avec affeflation. 

Afieftedneis, dnc aejstungenc nacba^raujig, nac§a'ifun<i/ 
I eine angcncmmene redfC/ affe&atien. 

^ a Alfectlng. 



I£ 



AFF. 



Affefting, adj. hmt$(tt\>Mvt^Vll^Vtnt>,pathtiqueJfiteref- 
fant., fr^ppemt. 

AlFedion, tie juttd^iinf; , \kU, ciun|l/(uf{, U%m'it, 
frcunMidjfctt/ ncigung, 9cmut()i^;itet9un(5, rt/?*f(?/o», ^/^y/r, 

temlrejfe., inclination. Non-entity can have no ajTe^ti- 
cn nor property, citl non-ens \<x\\ fcJHC qu.llttdt noci) iV- 
fieitfd^rtftt l)rtben/ le neant n'ei capable d^auame quality ou 
propricte. 

Afteaionatc, affeftiomrt, pat^ctifc^z l^cr^lic^, Qunflifl/ 
g<ncl(it. nJCl)l O.emOfien, aff'eflionne. 

Affeftionatcly, pat^cttfd) , ucn I)€rficn/ l^crijlic^/ gunflig/ 

gCnciflt/ ^/f ^(?« fo-wr , nffcflusuje-iiKKt. 

Affeftiousiy, guiiitlg, patoctifc^/ {)er^Uc^/ yc«]^cri|eti/ 

affeflueu^tment. 

To afflere, F. j^. f.f. fo affeere in account, clticrec^' 
itttng ct)Mic^ befidrclcn, lH'fd)n>creft , homologuer un compte. 

Afferers, Vk commiiTarii, foctlic^C gctuiffe gel& - jlwifcil 
(t«flcpct1/ */« commlJJ'aives ., qui reghnt certaines amendes 
fecuniairei. 

^ '\ Affiance , fta^ ucftraucti / tie iUDcrficOt ; tie ctic-ccr- 

Wltni^/ confinnce; accor dailies. 

To affiance, &c. f. To betroth, &c. 

Affidavit, ciit aufbett ctjt abgdegtc^ x^yxm-^, depofnion 

faite avcc ferment. 

Xffina^e, tie reintguit!? cities mctnU^, affnage. 
Affinity, tie wertuanttfc^aft/ ffcuiitfdjaft ; tic glctrf>^eit/ 

aljnlic^fcit affir.its. 

To affirrti, etttja^ bcja^ctt, Befrdltti^eit/ beliiJtigen/ z?/- 

* To affirm a decree, citt urf^etl kfraiffigen/ confrmer 
tin arret. 

Affirmant, >9. gcfic^tlic^ (ti)(\cf)kUV icm^r votm ti fltm: 

Ud) ein Ouacfer ifi/ teffen ()ejaf)ung in SiigcUant an cptc^ 
f}attfli:t/^/f;;)o/'/»/. 

Affirmation, tie hc\(ii)TXm, Uftdti^um/ affirmation. 

AfBrmative, ^. ^t\<if!)t\\ii , affirmatif. Alifnnative, S". 
>cr affirmircntc t^cil tcrrcte/ affirmative. ^ 

Affinnatively, bcja^ung^srecife/ affir?nativement. 

Affirmed, t)CJat)Cf/JC. affinne. 

To affix, ctttaji aiifjcfftcii/ anfc^Iageit/ anbengcrt/ /^fii^r. 

Affixed, angefc^lai]en> artgel)er.gt/ affichL 

Affixing, anljcfftungy tad anfi^lageti/ i' afiion d''af- 
JUher, 

Afflation, tie fltlMafuiig/ cingeButig, injpiration. 

To afflfrt, eincii dnglligcH / (judlcii/ pl-igcn, pcinigcrt/ k* 
trufccH; tcfnnimcrn; cineti nictcrbrtngen - fcijttjdc^cn / eitt; 

iTifftmn,affiiger.,inquieter., tOJinenten al;batre.,aff'ijil>lir. quelle 7naniere? After this manner, fllfO/ flUf ticfi \VU^, 



AFF. AFT. 
on -the ear, c^_ fe'^let nicfjt ijici/ tag i<^ i%m n\i)t tm ^i^ 

fcige gck //z/ quelque etjvie deliti donner un foujlet- He 
^ is the greateft man our age affords , ct i|i ter prOfTcfte 
'mann in tiefcmfcculo, c'ejl If plus grand bommi de ni- 
tre Jietle. 

Afforded, gcgebctf/ DCrf^afet JC. do:%ne, fauml 
Affording, t«9 gekO/ Jf. Paflim de donner^ 4^c. f To 
afford. 

To afforeft, offert lunt ju eiiient fcrft mac^eti/ wr/r* 

utre terre en foret. 

Affray, ein m\x\x\iX, tumttU/ flrctt/ fi-^armu^cl/ tmubu^ 

tumulte., combat. 

To affranchife, ctlten kfVepCIl/ Itt tie frcpljeit fc^CIt/JJOII 

befc^roerten kfreoen/ evlaffen, affranchir. 

To affright, ci:icn crfcfjcecfcn/ ctonner. 
Affrighted, crfifjrccfcil/ eponvnnte. 

Aiironr, ein fc^impf, eiiie tcKtimpffung/ /?^rc«;. 

To affront, cincn fcf)imptFeii/fc9ntd{)en; t^u tro^cri/tw^ 

bictetl/ affronter., injurier; bravsr.' 

Affronted, tcfcOintpfft/ gCtroBct/ affror.ti., bravi. 
Affrontivc, bcfc^impffcut/ {)of)ncnt/ choquant. 
Afloat, fc^tBimment / apt. To {ct a ship afloat, ein 

frf^iffittd wafer ftoffcn; (ta^ e^ fc^rcimme/) ?«cY;rf uHn^rvi- 

re a jlot. 

Afore, ttor; »ort)in/ JUtJOr/ devant. Afore-hand, |m>»r 
^cr/ /'/»• avance. To be afore- hand with one, cinCttl VX- 
DOl' fotnntctl/ prevenir quelq-u'un. At ore-going , liort)Craei 
{)cnt/ precedent. Afure-faid, Dorcmc>)nt, DOi:gcmdbf/y«x- 
dit. Afore time, VOClltfi^l^ / UOrjcitetl/ autrejfois^ jadis. 

Afriid, furc^tfam/ furd;tciit/ bcfm-gt/ qui a p^ur., qui 
craini. You are more afraid than hurt, x^x {)abt me^C 
furc^t aBfd)rttcit; ibr f«^rct)et/ e^c nrntieuc^ ocrlct?ct/ vout- 

a^iezplusde peur., quedcmul; vous criezavant qu'onvous 
etorc.he. I am afraid to fay it, id) tarif W ltid)t fagetl/i^ 
»(? /'o/V /(? ^//Vf , on jefais fcrupule de .le dire, io ma- 
ke one afraid, eitieif furc^tfam obcr uerjagt mac^ett//«"v 

peur a quelqiiun., l'ep(juv.inter. 

Afresh, DOil ItCUCm «uf^ UCttC/ encore., de nouveaa., ttne 
feconde fois. His forrow begins afresh, feill f umtuer ffltigt 
flC^ roiftcr ail/T^ dokur fe renonvelle. 

Aft, 5". tas l)intcrtf}eit te^ fd}iffe^, in poupe. 'ACx.,Adv. 
^inten nm fcJ^tffe/ />/??- /'o«^f. 

'After, na4; iwd) teni, taniad^ T>critacl^/ taranf/ apres^ 
felony fuivant ; aprSs que^ enfuite. Afttr the french 
fashion, auf frailpoflfc^/ a la fran^oife^ a la modede Fran- 
ce. After what manner ? rtuf n»ad flir art? comment? de 



To afflift one's feif, fic^ dngjligcn/ qudlcH/ kfiuumeRi/ 

i'egiiger. 

Affli(fted, geplagt/ bctJ^ngt, JC. <#'^^', *'<^. f. To afHitT:. 

Afllifting, tad bcf finimcnt/ plagstl/ K. I'aflion d'afftiger, 
tfe. f. To afflift. 

Affifftion, tic triibfal, tcr fummcr/ wc^mutt); tte angfl/ 
lj»ti)/ l>cirt/ witcrrodrtigFcit , afflifliun. 
AtfiCaive, betnibent/ befummcnit/ befc^TOcrlic^y plagent/ 

Mffiigiont. 

'Affluence, etrt ubcrfluf ; citl iulauff;emegro(fe»crfmtmj 

lung, affluence. 

To aftVml, etwad ocbeit/ tflmi<^ett/ fjergcben/ l^erfc^icp 
fen, erfd)n>iiitcn/ ocrfAaffcn , jjcrfcijen/ donner^ fournir. 
I can't afford to ipcnd lo high, x^y tarff nid^t (b uicl Ucr 



I <//»/?, </e ff//t? maniere. 1 called him after his own na- 
me, idS> ^aht i\)i\ hi^ feincin cccf)ten ur.J^men gencniict, tc^ 
babe i^m tic njal)rl)cit gefugt ^f / V appclle pm-fun nem.^ 

je lui ai dit fes vsritet.. At half an hour after three, Ultt 
f)alb tccg picrc / ti trots hemes & demie. He puts me off 
day after day, cr wcifct niic^ rtbcon ciitcm fagc jum autcrtt^ 

/"/ me renvoye de jouraau0-e. To look after, nac^f*"^*^'^/ 
auf CtlDas ac^t tjUbcn/ chercber.,prendre garde a. Togoe 
after, nad)fol«cn , uoict^iagen , fuivre. To gape after, fcfjr 
tJCrlangctl, dejirer avcc paffon. To be attcronc, cinjn 
glcic^/ dbnlic^ fcD^, glci^cn ; ci'tcniaii ctmaeunglcidjfctjtt/ 

relj'cmbler a quekttm etre inferieur a quelcun. Altcr- 

agcs, after-limes, tie luFmiffrigc oter folgcntc jcitcn ; tie 

nscflfommen/ les fiecles futurs ^ les Jieclcs fuivans \ la po- 



tl)ttu, id)fa:i folc^c grciTc uiifojlcn nid)t allc crfcfyrcintcn, \flaUt. Aftermath ^ftcr-grafs, qrentmct; fpat bcu regain. 

(cctragcn,) jV ne faurois^ ou,Je n'ai pas le faoyen defaire ! Alfcr-burthen, tiffcr-birch, tie nadhKburt/'/z^/^f /'"'v. 

vnejigrande depenfe. I could afford to give him a box , ^litei[-p4ins,tic{d)nnu:jjcn ciilCtfwtbCttCJitl IWC^ tcrgcburl/ 

I Us 



AG A 

ks tkuleurs^ ou hs trenehees d'um fentme upresfoH sc- 
couchamr.t. 'After-noon , bcr tiac^mittag / ^p~ss mi£. 
Afternoons nuncheon, aitci - nooning, eJac coUilB/ O&ct 
rwilj-eiTcsi na^ ut niitrageimafjUcit, guuts7\ la coUatioiu 
iiiter-cbp, ciii nad)ilr:ic^ ; cine frtfj^c ailion ; ein feiiitcr- 
l>alt • '-i^'- ('.cbtui cvjp : un redotibUmint d^ afiio>i^ referve. 

l^'rer-^ime, m nad)fpicl; cin ncuw H>icl,uin fcu? sjcrbt^t- 

BC Wif DvT iU gcnjinncn , reyer.cbe\ tour que Ton jo'ue pour 
reparcr ja perte. He will play an after-game for it, cr 
wtrb c^ bicbct) nic^t blcibcri latfen, a itirb noc^ eincttncucn 
tmrfuc^ t^Uil/ '/ «"«! demeunra pas ia^ l! fera encore de 
TKuvetles tentath'es. 'Tis a defperate after-game, fcif 
ifl ein \<fyc fc^lccfit mittcl fic^ tvicber ju crluUcU/ c^Ji ur.c 
reffource defefperee. An after- proceeding, ctOC ncuc 
procedur, ciil atlbcr proce^ t>cr i>a (olgt/ un procedure fub- 
fequettte. kfter-reckoning, cine iicuc jcc^C/ ticue rc(ft:tuna, 
furecot^noitveau conte. lUey are afa^idof an after-recko- 
ning, fic bctat)rc!t fi<^ ciiiea ttcucri uaalucB , Idrmcn:^, o&cr 
Wcftn^l/ //j appyeheiidint qaelque nouvcau melhcur^ tu- 
ynuit^ ou nouvelle disgrace. * Chief miiiillers fecure them- 
felvci from after-reckoning by an act of indemnir\% ctltc 
ttUgcmcinc »craefcu-iq feffrcoct £>ic cbafteii ttijats-bcbientcn 
con WciteFCr intcrfuc^Ul1(J / les premiers minJjiresfe met- 
tint a courcert des rechcrcbes par une nrimijl'ie . After- 
wir, fratcr mv> fo k[<x^ get^niicr facftc fommf efprit tardif., 
tour d efprit qui »\'(l plus de faifcn. An alter- wit is eve- 
r>' body's wit, icbcrinari i^mti) bent (liKitcn tlurt/ tout le 
mcnde eft (age apris coup. After-tafte, Ctrl nac^fd)macf/ un 
debo'ire. jfi'terwards, pcrnac^, nac^^djettW; enfuite., puis., 
apres cela. 
Again, rotcbcT/ aickmm,<mf)3 ncuc, ncc^maM^; i»a5 

lirc^r lit; wetter, encore., de nouveau, encore nfie/ois; de 
plus., d'allleurs. As much again, ;!Cif» cinnialjl fouicl/ une 
fois d'avantage. Mine is hall as big' again, mcttlC^ tjt 
nccft t)alb fo <?Ǥ, le mien ejt plus gros de la moitie. To 
and again, bin un& tricbcf/ de cote <i* d' autre. Over a- 
gain, 'oc^ ct'tmabl er.core une fois. Til be here again 
prelently,- tc^ trill aU'balb roicbcrfoimnen / jV reviendrai 
tout aujji-tot. I muft have two-pence back again, ic^ tnu§ 
jn>cn ptemioe Wicbcr \i<k\itn, H me faut deux fousderetour. 
He is well again, er ift wicbcr gcfunb, ct ift acnefcn/ // efi 
gueri. Your lowe to me again, eurc aeflCllltcbC/ vStre a~ 
mitie reciproque. What is juft, is honeft ; S: again, w hat 
is honeft, is juft, wai rcc^-ttfl. biis iii rcMirf); unb htngc- 
gitt/ tt?a^ rcblic^ ift/ i»r rccfet, rr ^«.' efi jufte, rjl bonnhe; 
& pareillement ce qui eft boanhe., ejl jujie. Heisfo old, 
that his head shakes again, cr ill fo aU/bag ibm auc^ fcin 
^<iu»t jittcrt/ 11 eji Ji vieu.x ., que la the lul grouliJe. To 
lead again, ro read over again, VnkUt ubcTlcfcrt, ncc& cin-' 
n;<Jbl IcfcH/ reZ/jv. To fall fick again, tutcbcr francf X6tV 
ten, retomber malade. To come again, RJtcbct fcninicn, 
rez\r.tr. Again & again, ojft, ci:i:nabl nac^ bcm anbcr!!, 
mcbr aW cinraabl plufieurs fols^ plus d'une fols. To 
confider again & again, f)i:t nnb bcr ktr.Jcf)teri, troblubcr; 
IcgcH; con/idirer bien. 1 entreated him again & again, i(^ 
^t thn Picl Utib OfftcrfU($Ct.;f rai prie h reprie. 

Againft, rctber, acgen, iuwiber; centre. Over againft, 
jeacil ubcr, tvj-.^ r/V, /om devant. To be af^ainft athin^, 

mtt ctttjog iikl 5U triebtii fcim , fi(^ bftrroJbcr'fiiBcn, defap- 
■frouver quelque chofe , s'y oppofer. 1 am not^ againfl it, 
ti If! mtr nid)t jurcibcr, ic^ »ibcrfti?c ttiid>bicKra iiidit, id; 
ttn» mot)l iufricben, td) laffc mir C3 gefallcn,>^ k^ niy op- 
fofe pa:^ je ne refufe pas le parti. To dry a thin«r a^ainft 
the file, (tawi \i^m t<»fr trwfnca, Jechtr gutl^ue^tii^e 



AG A. AGG. ij 

ca^r// ^/iw. Againit the end of the week, |um cn^e 
bcr mcdbc , fur la Jill de la femaine. Let ail things be 
ready againft we come back, c5 ItraS flUcs fcrttg fcntt/ C^ 
rctr iUruc! fcmmcn/ j:/-" /ca/ J^it pree a nStre retcur. 
Your shoes will be made againft ai'rer to morrow, i\xtt 
f«^u^c wcrbcn ubcrmoMcn tcttij \ix^n, vcus Jculms fe»or.t 
falts apres detnair.. Againft he comes, (jcacil btC iCtt/ b(J 
cr fcniatt/ er. attendant qiill -<icime. 1 am for the coun- 
try againft the world, id) Itcbc bad lantlcbcn u5cr allcirv 
bcrc tinge , J'ahne la campagr.e priferablemerA a toutes 
chofes. Againil the hair, againil the grain, tuibcr bae %\kat, 
gc<icn bae haar; tvibcr cincs mWux, u.i^crrt/ unmitligy mi; 
unrcillcn, a antrepcH; a regret., a contrecacur. 

Agarick, lerd)en*frf)n>.im!ny taimcnifc^roamm/ agamic. 

* Agail, befrwrtit/ etuinf. 

Agate, agate-ftone, bCT (Wttleitl/ agate. An dgate-kni- 

fe, etn mcncr mit cincm ^ejft uwi a^tilciu/ u» couteau « 

mancke d\'gate. 

Age, bas alter, Vu ia^rc; bol jabr^^unbcrt; Vk \tii\ 
«?clr'nItEr, cine \tit »on loo jahrcn, etn xm, age., 'cicllejji; 
un Jleclt i jours., tsms. Tender age, bic iortcn ja^re , ba3 
finbWcfcH/ bee jugicnb, Page tendre., le jtune age. Ripe 
age, crroaefjfcn alter, age meur. To be of age, foflltfctjn; 
ben labre'.i fepn, ju jabren fonimcn, crroac^fcnen alters fenn, 
miinbii? fcon, etre age de; etre en age., avoir atteint Page 
de niGJorite. Under-age, non-age, bic unntunbigfcit, ntiH' 
bcfld'oriafcit/ has age ., minsriie. To be under-age, ratH' 
bcr>iibri9,uiuniuibi^/ untcrjdbtig fcnn, Hi mdnnli(^e alter 
nod£> nid^r crrcicftct b^tcii, untcr cincm »ormu«b ftebcu, «* 

etre pas tn age, hre mineur., etre etj tu telle. The wo rid 
is diiided into feveral ages, bic ttJclt tt)irb in untcrfc^icbj 
lic^e alter cingetl^eilct, le mondc ejldlvlfe en plujieurs ages. 
Full age, '[^it munbtafcit, la majorite. Conftant age, "i&i 
cn»:d)Tene ntdnnli^e alter, r^ge de conJljie_r.ce. ^To be 
of middle age, ntd)t gar lung, noc^ par alt feon, etre cts- 
tre deux ages. Alter -ages, bic jufunfftigcn fecula, btC 
nad>fDmmen,bic nacfercclt/ lesjteclesfutuisjapojierke. 

Aged, alt; bctagt; age., qui a un certain tigs; vieuXy 
avar.ce en age. 

Agenc^^ ba^ t^un, bic murcfuns, tjcrrie^tung ; t)a5 atat 

ei'.ICiJ agentcn, a^iom agence. 

Agent, an n-icntc, commiirarius,'rcubcnte, annjalf, agent., 
rejident. Agent, ba? agens, cbcr ttJurcfcnbc (in bcr phi- 
lofophie,) agent., terme de phUofophie. The devil &: all 
his agents, ^bcr tcujfcl mit alien fcincn %i^v<\\im, le dla- 
bic & tous fes fuppits. 

•* To aggerate, f. To heap up. 

To aggi?)menre, etrea ? f naueln, Fncueln, in eincn fncacl 
Mjinbcn ; iui'imntc:jfnccl?en obet laufcn, mettre en pelotcn., 
ramaffer dans une forme ror.de ; fe ramaffh' , s'affcrubkr. 

To agglutinate, ettpa^ ;uf.3ninien Icinten: ctnwe jufara* 
men fvicien ebcr fcf^cn , aggluer \ jolndre enfemhle. 

Agglutinated, juflimmcn ack'init, gefugt/ cole., pint. 

To aggrandii'e, cin>rt« cergroffeni/ cit»citern/ wrmel)rcn/ 

agpandir., au^meuter. 

"'Aggrandifed, eergrojfcrt, tiermc^CCt/ aggrandl., aug- 
mtnte. 

To aggravate, (tvsai aroifcr, (c^itcrcr obcr fc^limmer mo^ 
c^cn, ccrgroiTcrn , mtt tscrten gro» mac^cn, inifmuHca ; ct; 

tiyM tjcnr.cbrcn, aggraver., autpll^tr., exa^gerer; avgmen^ 
trr. That wduld bur aggravate our iorrow, 'i^in »urbe 
nur unfer betPClcib WCrmc^rCil/ cela neferQtt qu'augmentcr 
nStrs tifflifiion. 
iAggiavated, I'craroffCft, »frmc^rirt/ XUaugmnte. 

B 3 -Aggra- 



»4 



AGG. AGR. 



Aggravating, tic Jjcrgrofferuns/ t)erme^iiii!3/ &a3 mmp 

fci'il. K. augiiieiUation. - 

Aggravation, t>ic tjcittic'^rutig/ i)crgro|]crutt9/ aufmufiung/ 

tuigir.t'ittation , afup/ilJcntion , exaggeration. The aggra- 
vation of a crime, ctnc«Slflllef^grcUlic^Fclt/ renortnite d'uji 
ci'nne. 

To aggregate, tjcrfc^ietcttc bitifle ju etnem mac^cn, ocr-' 
faiumUii/ 5ufammcn gcfcUcn, tTigctt/ tictcinigcn/ incorporate^ 

tiggreger^ amal]h\ unir. Aggregate , A. iHTjantmlet / ge* 
fljgt/ Wtciuigt/ incorporirt/ ajjhnhle^ urJ., incorfore. 

An aggregate , S. eiit corpus, Hi (?«n6C/ eitie 'surammen; 

fuaUilS/ un carps ramaj]}^ tin aggr€ge.,un afjembltige. 

Aggregated, jufammcitgefugct/ uerfrtmnilet/ uerciiu'st/ as- 

femhie., uni. 

Aggregation, t>ic ucrfammlung/ uuiwmn^, jufammcn' 

fuijung / aggregation. 

Aggrefs, cin attgrijf/ hai anfalkw, affhut. 
Aggreffion, X>(ni fltifallen/ euiniign'jf/ attaque. 
AggreiFor, bcr etncti aitfflUt/ 9cu)alt:t()atiger tveifc an* 

flrcifft^ aggrejjlur. 

* Aggrievance, fcie ftagc/ klcltiiguttg/ kfrf^rocmng/ De- 

fi^rcert'C/ nctf), douleur^ afflicTwn. 

* To aggrieve, citicit uctlefiett/ Ocfc^TOcrcft/ bctrubctt/ k-- 

leibigcil/ j^m Iclb ant{)Un/ affliger^attrijler., faire ton. 

Aggrieved, bcfc^wcrt, bclcibiaty bctnibt/ oerlcfit, bent 
man unrcc^t gct^an/ affiige, attrijie., leze., a qui on a fait 
tort. 

Agile, gefc^njiiit)/ fcrtiS/ tjurttgr k^cnb/ z??-//?, <////>o.c 
Agility, biegcfcbroinbigfeit^ |iurtig!cit/ agHite.viteff'e. 
To agitate, ctroa^ bwcgeti/ ^tu unb wicbcr tretbcn ; ct* 
tt)a5 ubcrlcgcti/ cmcgcn/ f)anbclii/ autjdifputivcn/ ^g^/V^r, »y- 

wj/i.';- ; conjiderer^ debatre. > 

Agitated, ^cTOcgt/ %\\\ uub f>cr gctricben, jc. «f/V^', -i^'r. 

Agitation, bic betDCgung/ bcuurul^iguiig/ agitation., troii' 
ble. 'That bufinefs is in agitation, nitin brtt biefc fac^C 

-iinter ^iftibcii/ man ift ban'tbcr bcfd)dtfttgct/ o« /?-«//<• <f/f 

cette aifaire^ cette affaire eft agitee, ou fttr le tapis. Whi- 
le theie thuigs were in agitation, in beui man ioxviiiX bc? 
fc{)a|'^igt KiOXi dans (^fur^ ces entrefaites. 

Agitator, cin agentC/ mxaoXt, etn procurator obcr fd^aff- 

net cincJ rcgimenti^/ »» ^gf»ft u» folUciteur d'un re- 
giment. 

Aglet, cine f Icine plattC metall / petite plaque de metal. 

Agnail, ein ]^i5ner^au9«/ leic^bern; cin nfl9el''ge(<:f;tt>ur/ 
cber fc^merBcn oon fdlte/ corx; o»^/^V. 

-}• To agnife, V. A. txHx\M\\i reconnoitre. 
Agnition, bic crfdutni^/ reconnoijpince. 

Ago, agon, Bctgangettr fcit,uon bcrjcit m,depuis. How 

long agoc? wic Iflltac i(^S^* comhieny a t-il? Long ago, 

'tis long agoe, uorldngft/ ii ijl fcfjun (ang^ /'/ j' « /o«jj- tons. 
Not long ago, unldngjl/ es tfl ntc^t long/ ^(r/w/V //f«, // 

n'y a pas long terns. A while ago , nculic^fi/ Wt Ctlic&cn 
tugcn/ ily a que/que tetns. Some years ago , OOV CtlJC^cn 
jfl^rcn/ ily a quelques annees. 

Agog, e-g- To fet agog, etttcm cin Bcrlang^tt mac^cH/ 

ftroccfcn/ donner envie.,faire naitre I'em'ie. 
Agon, f. Ago. 
Agony, bic angft ; bet tobc^ ' f amjJff, agonie. To be in 

agonie, tn atigft fcptt/ in bcnletjtcniunen obct tobc^*notl)cn 

licgcn; ftre a r agonie., itre au.x ab»is. 

Agrarian, adj. n>a5 |Ut gtdnlj-fi'^cibnng ge'^Otct/ agraire. 

Agrarian laws, ba3 gcf:B ijon bctgtdnijifcOciburtg/Uiib bet 
otmen romifc^en biitgct eerfotgung/ Us loix airraires. 

Agreat, in gOilljem/ \x\>%X^WX^X, engros. To take a work 



AGR. 

agreat, cillC Wbcit TtbctTjaupt auf ftC^ nc^mett/ c»trep*-endre 
un ouvrage en qros. 

To agree, V. A. ztmi bcftlegcrt/ ttctglcic^cH/ ftcf) bflffibcr 

OetglctC^en / accordcr. I deiire that they would ajree 
thefe matters among themielves, ic^ munfc^C, 'iiO,^ fic bicft 

facf)_m untct ftd) fclb^cn »crglctc^eit m%%\\,je fouhaiterois 

qu'ils accordajjent ces chofes entr'eux. To agree upon, 

to, in, V. N. tvcgcn ctroa^ ftd) vtetgleic^cn/ ubcr ctwai cin* 
muthtg/ cinig fcpn, cince finnes ftt)n obct wcrbcii, nbctcin* 
fommctt/ ubctcinflcmmcn/ batciu wiUigcn/ Ipm bccfi^Ucn/SU;; 

ftlUctt/ ccna.'enir., s'accorder., etre tomber ou demeurer d^ ac- 
cord. Fools cannot agree together, notfcn fonne!lftC&- 
nid)t mit Ctnaitbet ucrttagcrt; les fous ne pcuvem compatir 
ensemble. Thefe ftories doe not agree together , bicfc 

md^tletn (ctsC^lungen) fommcn ntc^t mit cinanbct ubcreitt, 

ces contesnes'accordentpas. Your aftions & words don't 

agree, cutc ttJctcEc uttb wottc ftimmcn nif^t fibcrcin, ves 

anions ne repondent pas , ou ne font pas conformes a vos 
paroles. I agreed with him for half the profit, ic^ ()abc 

mic^ mIt i^m urn tiit ^eljftc bc^ gcnsinn^ uctglid^en/ J'ai 

cotnpofe avec lui pour la moitii du profit. To make peo- 
ple agree, uncinigc Icutcuetglcic^en/Dcrfo^nen/Dctcinbarcn/ 

accorder des perfonnes qui font en differend., Ics reconci- 
lier. To agree with one's felf, bct) Ctucm finuc Ultb hu- 
meur blcibcn, fic^ felbjl ntc^t nsibetiVrcclKn , etre toujours 
egal,ovL le meme^n^ fepas centre dire. This meat 4os not 
agree with me, bicfc fpcifc befoimnt mit nid)t, cette viande 
me fait tnal. They agreed to, fic refolvirtcn fic^ JU/ Us 
prirent la resolution de. To agree like dog and cat, fic^ 
tt)ie frtficn unb ^Unbe OCtttagcn > comforter comme chiens 
& chats. 

Agreeable, gcmdfj/ itbctcin!ommtnb / tibctcinflimmenb/ 
angenc^nt/ annc^mlic^/ annuitl)tg/ confcnne -, agreaOle, 

channanf. 

Agreeablenefs, bic tibcf cinf uttfft/ glctcfifotmigf c(t ; ilk aiu 

nc^ntlic^fcit/ lieblicfjfcit/ «"/<"v«//f', convenance; agre- 
ment. 

Agreeably, glcid)fotmig» gcmdf; anmut^ig/ aogcnc^ni/ 

licbliC^/ conformement ; agreab lenient. 

Agreed, (on, upon,) Datllbct mfln ftc^ »ctgUd)cn obct 
Ctnig~TOl)tbcn; gcbtlligct/ bcfc^lOJfCrt///<w^ on ejl convenu : 
approuve., arrete. To be agreed , cinig fcW/ citlC^ \\m(6 

fc^n / in gutcm vctfidnbni^ mit cinanbct Iciscn , etre d'ac- 

cord, vivre en bonne intelligence. It is agreed of or u- 

pon, man "i^at bcfcf>lo(Ten/ man \)^U cinmutl)ii9lic^ cingcroiU 

ligct/ man blcibt babCt)/ on convient., un deweure d' at cord. 
The quarrel is agreed, bCt jancf ift bcpgclcgt/ la querclle 
eJUjufiee. Agreed, {Adv.) e^ fct) alfo^ ic^ bins iuftic- 
bcn/ c^ blcibt batbCI)/ tope^j'y confens^ d'accerd^ voila qui- 
ejl fait. 

Agreeing, S. biccinigfcit, cin<)cUiufcit/ gutc jjcf(?dnbntf, 

Hi ibctcinttimmcn/ JC. com-orde., unioit., intelligence, I'a- 
^ion de s' accorder, &c. v. To agree. Agreeing, A. ci- 
nig, cinfjcUtg/ ubetcintlimmcnb/ glci^fotmirt, gbnlic^/ gemdp/ 

ubCf etnf ommcnb/ conforme^ femblabk, ronvcnable. ^ 

Agreeingnefs , bic cinigfcit/ cinbcUtgfcit/ ubcrcmftiwt:? 

mung/ 9lcit^l)Cit/ dljnlic^fcit/ concordc, cunformiti , rap- 
port. 

Agreement, bic ubctctnf!immung , jurammcnfiimmung/ 
^atmonic; tjctglcic^ung / ttcvf6{)nung; bct bunb/ contraft^ 

DCtglcid)/ DCttfOg/ accord, convenance; concert, coufonance i 
accommodement, reconciliation ; convetuion, contra ft, trans- 
allion. To bring to an agreement, BCtglcicbcn/ mit cinan; 
bet Wetfo^ett/ «^c<"V/(?r, ra<eQmm»ier ^ reconciUcr. To 

come 



AGR. AIM. 

come to an zgieerr.ent, ctnig iini fijcrten. mit eirtantet fic6 
»cra!-^-'- •' ■■•---- Agreement-maker, ein niittUr; un^ 
l(yf,^ •n, entremstteur^ ar'jhre. 

A-^. ....-, ' •-nm f:l^f cDcr acNtfcau flrfirig ; 
%9i\xn\^^ ctrcl', r - e, egrefte, cbampitrei village- 

tt:. ^y^'yo-. ru. .. ^v. 

X^-c.irure, i(t ad^t^bM. agricsltare. 

A£r:cvance, f. Aggrkvance. 

Ajtleved, f. Aggrieved. 

lAgrimony, Dbamcnw, /??"/r.-r.v. 

!Agriot, eine rcthc c&cr ' iryriote^griotte. 

Aground, \\x atunbe gc<r: .'^- To ruaaground, 

#rant)cn, eck'Aier. To run a ship agroQnd, cin fC^iff auf 
fc(nftrrtnbtrcit)CIt,/«"^ echouerun vaijfeau. 

Ague, ^a9 filter / cin juacilcn au«blci5enb« fieber, ba^ 
faltcficbcr/ f.-vre ^ f.evre wtei-i7i:tteiste. Ague-powder, 
ein pubet. fc Dt? n-Acx nnntiU. febrifuge. 

A burning, qaoridian, tertirc, (cr every other day's) 
quartan (or 'third day) ague, bac \miZ, OlUa^JgC- fcrcot«' 
mt, Oicrtaaiac pcbCf/ lafOvre cbaudj, quctidicKne., tierce^ 
quarte. 

P. A arje in the fpring is phyfickfor a king, tin ftefccr 
in n " % bictict jut gcfunbfieit, /^ i&aT* *.•/ /»/«- 

Aguis; ' ^ *T cB ofcmatt&al^f^cktbd^' 

t«/ CDef/ ir ^ • J'':vrru.r, qui a lafevre^ou 

qtfi il:r:r,c ia piViW 

!Ah ; aii, ah ; belas. 

Aid, tic hulnc bet bctiftanb/ aide, feccurs. Royal aid, 
tie ftcucr ebcr bcr icU/ fe bie uiitcrtt)ancn &cm iiont^c gc- 

bCtl/ aides, yuhf-de. 

To aid, ciuctn hdtfcn, bcnfitfjCtt/ aider, fecourir. 

Aided, ^cbplncn , aide. 

Aider, cit bclftcr, qui aide. 

Aiding, bichulf+C. bait bclifett/ aide^ l' action d'eidn: 

To aii, e.g. What ails you ^ »ae fcblt CUC&? roaJthut 
€UC^ tPebe? ^"V^ '"'' ?"' viiUi fait mal} What ails your 
eye> roae bcbt ibr am au-lC? qu'avez vous a r9iil} 1 ail 
nothing, mtr fcblt nicht? / ,je n'ay rien., rien ne me fait 
ma/. What ails you to beat me ? isanim fibla^t ibr Itlicb"? 
pourquoy vie batcT. z'ous? What ails you to be io fad? 
rcanim fc^ct ibr ft traaria aii^'f d'ou vient que vous Stes 
fitrijii;^ 1 prelently found out what he ailed, tc^ bilbc balb. 
fiCltlCKft, WT? ibm {:\f\tC, jt decouvri- d\idord fon mat. 
What ails the fellow ? reas ttill bCT f crl IjabCU ? quelle 
tnoucbe n pique ce fat ? 

'Ailemenr, ailment, cin K^mcrficH/ cine unpd^lic^f eit/ cin 
ttcbctrtQ/ mal, /egtre incanmodite ou indijpojition. 

Ailing, uitpfl^iic^, iibcl ftuf- bcr I'lti^ ubcl bejtnbet, quife 
forte inal. She is ever ailing, ftc flaut immcr, C? fcbUibr 
ttnmcr etOMte, elU atoujdurs quelque cb.jc qui I ui fait mal. 

Aim, bod itel; beriTOccf bos abfcben. bic abfic^t, vifee\ 
hut. The aim of the crofs-bow, Da? Jicl fln cincftt orni- 
\va^, perle d^arbalete. To mils of one's aim, ctttWJ OCf- 
gcbcna t{)ttn , (cine^ jroccfc^ ocrfehlcn , manquer fon coup. 
Your aim was at me , ibr babt auf niic^ gcjielet/ vous en 
voui'iez a moy. I am q\ike out of my aim, icf; wcip nic^t 
»ic icb bran biii/ ic^ bin sattfi confundirt-^V ne fat plus tm 
fenfuJs, je fuis tout deconarte. 

To aim, liclCtt/ vifer. To aim at fomething, nad^ Cf- 
tbOA liclen baraut ftv^t obfit^t babcn x'.yV; , rt««-c, ^«//fr 
« quelque cbofe. To aim at one's deftrjcUon, fjncn JU 
tuinircn fud^CH/ '^a7;«- ou macbimr Ut ruhn tie queU 
quun. 



AIM. ALB. ^ 

Aimed at, WCWacfi man \\t\tt, a quoi I'ok vif\ om I 'on 
butte. 

Aimer, bcr \!<i. ticlct qui vife. 

Aiming, \>\Xi }i:kn, ratt'on de vif;.'. 

Air, bic lUfft : cif.C aria, biC ni Ich'P Ct' . -" S^ 

fangcs; \>(ii iinfc&::i auffcbcn, bie gcrraii:. '»'''• 

O'iT defign has taken air, unfcr rcr()abcn iuaa i^;£j:innH/ 
iii Eunb n?Orben, n'tr; dj^ffein eft r.^r^te, la mine efi even- 
tee. Air-hole, cin iuift-lcci; ." ' 

To aLr, cttOM Uidstn ; an l: • /tv/5fJ- ; airier. 

To air drink, bOS gcftanifc TOuliU lUatbcn, chauffer la 
boilj'on. 

Aire, airy, etR r: ^ :'i^ti-nc#/ Itcjl cinc^ WUbi 

Aired, gctrecfnit; i:.>::VJif,l%t\t^,fecbi: airii. 
Airer, bcT ba troclnct: bcr an ^k lUift fiU, qui feche : 

Airincfs, \i\fi Icb^afftigfcit/ (u^igfcii/ frilic^fcit/ vhaci- 

te, enjoumint. 

Auin2. ta^trtdncn, te, ra^ioo de fecber. 

Airing, S. frifcbe lufft, <//>■• f . /. To give an horfe an 
airing, an pfcrb an bcr ))<mt> i:\i fcU) fa^Jtcn, faii-e prendre 
I 'air a un cheval., le promenn: 

Airy, A. litfTtis \ iur lufft geborig; liiftig, frelic^^freit 
bia Icbba'^t, burtig; biinnc, lcid)t/ ^rr/Vr, ^Wr, de raht\ 
evtille., vif er.joui; delis, l^ger. Airj' notions, t^orii^t? 
grillcn/ citcU gccancf eO/ </« /Wf ^ creufes. 

Airy, i'. f. Aire. 

Ake, bic rein, bcrfc^mcrft/ wel^taa/ mal. dokur. 

To6th-ake, "ii^i ial)n- nj:l)C; *,a{)n ' fc^mcrRCH; le mal de 
der.ts. 

To ike, {^mtX^tn,XOthtt\/\m,faire mal. Myheadakes, 
bcr fopjf that mit rec^C/ latete me fait mal. 

Aker, f. Acre. 

Aking, ft:bmcrf?cnb, tua^ WC^C rtut, qui fait mal. To 
have an'aking tooth, cmcn jabrt babcn^ ber cincni njct'C 
tl)Ut, arwV wfl/ i tf»^ dent. * To have an aking tooth at 
one, cincm iibcl reoUen, ihm icin\>}:tin,vcuU:r malaquel- 
cun, aroirune dent de lait cvntre lui. 

Akom, f. Acorn. 

Alabarter, allabaflcr, al5atre. 

Alack, a(^'. tflCbcl belas. Alack-a-day! o Wttnbcr! • 
njcbc '. oi'ois 

Alacrity, tic ^urtigfcit/ k^cnbi^feit/ freutigfett, alegref- 

f-1 PJ^-> plaifir. 

Alamode, nac^ bct nwbc; nac^ ber ncucn ntanicr; bcr 

taffctf ^ la mode; taffetas. 

Alarm, alarum , cm Idmicn , fturm, tumult/ crfc^rccf Slip, 

alarrme, epouvante. Alarm-bell, fiUrin-glccfc, tocftn, bef- 
froy. Alaim-watch, cin XOC^Zt, »ecf-U^r, unreveil^ reveil- 
U-matir,. 

To alarm, Idtmcn fcftlaflcn,ldrmcncbcr^rra blafm Jur- 
men, cincn Idmten cl>cr tumult mac^en, eincn crfd^r;cfcn/iit 
fc^recfcn fcRe:i/ alarmer^ donner falarme, epouvntiter. 

Alarmed, alannirt/ crfArocfcn/ alarme, epouvante. 

Alarming, IdrmeU/ I'aflion d'aUarmer.^ ©"r. 

Alitum, f. Alarm. 

A!ixis\ ac^l Uiberl wc^cmiri betas}, las*. 

Aiate, f. Late. 

AUy, f. Allay. 

Albe, iiw d>cr--hCTnbbc, cntc^ pricflcrt altc cbcr »ci<fc3 

gCBJ.nt/ aubs de pretre. 

Albeit, OP K^on, Ob vot>% pb o^Uiii) , xcim^^ , q-^ioynue, 
, bieiique. 

Alber^e. 



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ALB. ALL 



Alberge, eitic gflttuiig Reiner gclbcn pfcrfic^cit/ aiberge^ 

auberge. 

yllburn, f. Auburn. 

'Akali, ciil alkali Obcr taU'^Cll-falfi/ rtA-^//'. 

'Alcilinc, von bernatui' cinc-J lauijcn^irtlBc^/ «/<rtf//». Al- 

caline iak, ctn alkali, /«/ <?/cv7//m. 

Aichymy, f. Chymiftry. 

Alchymift, f. Chymift. 

!Alcoran, tcr iturcfen fllcoran/ rakoran. 

AlcAve, bcrortcineiJ'sintmci^/fcaba^bcttcflcfict/ /r/ri»r^. 

Alderman, citt XOiX^\}tXX, fcnateur d'uncvUle. Alder- 
man of a ward, ctn qyartic^ntct'llcr, quartovkr. To w alk 
an aldei-man's pace, grauitrttifc^ Obcr innsfam ge^CH/ mar- 
cher h fas contez , avec gravhe. 

*Aldertree, eittC erlC/ Ctn erlcnbflUtU/ tiune. 

An ^der-bed, ein ort/ t>a I'jel erlcntaumc ftc^en/ ««f /?«- 

Ale, fuf' obcrungc'^opfft V\tXi aihjierc douce Jy'iere \ans 
houblcn. Beer and ale, gc^O^fftt'^ unt> UltgC^opfftCO bicr 

itntcr cinnnbci* gemifc^ct/ boi'^ U^m\ t)ctn (td)opiftcn am 

ntcillcn bruntcr itX) i melange de b'lere (^ d'ai/e, oil la b':c~ 
re predomine. Ale and beer, ungc^opfftCS Ullt> gc{)CpfftC«! 

tier untcr cinanbcr gcmifd^t/ bcc^ ba^ oon bcm ungc()i)pfff 

ten am tltciften brunter fet)/ melange d'alle & de hiere^ oit 
I'aile fredomhie. Ale-houfe, eine VKX-^i^iWiU, cabaret a 
Here. Ale-houfe-keeper, ale-draper, ctn bier-fc^cncfC/ bcr 
baiJ tier aujfd^cncfet/ cabaret hr. Ale-conncr, ale-rafter, 
citter bet 'i>a.i' bier foflet utib fluf bic fctcr^ brauer ac^tung 

<Q[i\)i , ^ourtnet ^ tate-biere. Ale-hoof, ci:b*CVl)CU/ //Vjvr 
Vf terre. Aie-fdver, tvanef-t^Ctir VOm bierc / camhage. 
Alegar, btcr-C^ig/ vina'igre fait avec de la biere. 

Alembick, ein bifliUicr- obcr brenn^folbc/ alamblc. 

Algebra, bie algebra/ ralgebre. 
Alaebraick, adj. algcbrifc^ / algcbrdi^ue. 

'Algid, fait/ (!efrot)ren, froJd, gele. 

A-lhidada, .9. einc berecglicbc rcjiel mit diopreren an ben 
inftrumcntett/ btc manjutu meffcn gcbrauc^t/ alidade. 

'Aliant, f. Alien. 

'Alias, jbnflcn/ anbcrl/ autremem. 

Alien, aliant , S. m frembbet/ au^ldnbtfd^cr/ etranger, 
aubain. 

Alien, A. ttn(imiiiit/ ganfi onbcr^/ juwiber, roosi fic^ 

\\\&)t fcl)icK/ me^t Xdnxa , ^ui n'a pcittt de rapfort, qui ne 
s'accerde fas^ contraire. 

To alien, ^ienate, ctitn^ entn5cnben/Uer!fl«ffcn/ infrcm-- 

t>C t)dnbC f ommen lajten / alie^fer , vendre. To alienate 

one from another , eiiicn Don bem anbcm nbjpenlltg ma^ 
<^cn / i^n bcm anbern abf)olb/ ungutijlia, ubel (icmmn ma; 

CJ)Cn/ a/iener., ou eloigner quelqu'mt d'lm uutrcylui dunner 
de Vaverfion ,pour I' autre. 

* He endeavours to alienate men from the goveme- 

ment , cr jtrcbet bie rcgicrung ftcr^a^t ju mac^cn / ^V tMe 

. ile rendre le gouvemement odieux. 

Alienated, entftcmbbct, Uerf aUfft 1C. alieni. Alienated 
from one, cincm abl)olb/ unc^eneint/ nidjt t»c^l gcncigt/ iV 
|>elC!Cn)Oi5en,abfpenOiiJ9emact)t/ alienc de quekun. 

Alienating, bic entfreiubuttg, ucrfauffung/ \>'xi cntfrent; 

ten* K. afkon d'aliener., li^c. alienation. 

Alienation, bic Derfatttfun^/ biejcrtrennung; jn)ictracf)t/ 

flbfonbctunS/ ber l)eimltd^e t)a§ , «//V;;/7/;Vk ; froidiur, fe- 
paration., dcsur.ion. Alienation q[ mind, biC HXXUXXXWC, 
im UCrfianbC, alienation d'efprit. 

To aiiene, f. To alienate. 

Mgant, flUcant/ vin d'alicant. 



-ALT. ALL. 

To alight, abiTcigcn; I)erabflie9eU/ ntebeiff«<jen,. metuce 

pie a terre ; dej'c<^/tdre. 

Alighted, bcr \>a abacltiectCrt/ K. defandu. 

Alfke, A. ctnanbcr glcid}/ cinerlci?, a^tUiv^, femblahk, 
toiude meme. Alike, {Adv.) m\ gleic^c njcife, glcicl?, el* 
ner tute ber anbcr/ egakment. 

Aliment, \i\i iia^rimg/frcife/ aliment. 

Alimony, bcr utitcr{)alt/ ben bcr mann fciner abgcfc&ie^ 

bcncn frau ijeben nmf?/ I'entretien ou la penjiw que le ma- 
rt eji oblige de donntr a fa femme en cas de frparation. 

Alive, icbenbti}/ am Icbcn. f//, vivant, qui tj} en vie. 
He is the belt man alive, cr iff ber bejic n!Cnfct> !(i bcrtvclt/ 
c'eji le mcilleur boimns du munde. He yields to no man 

alive, cr gicbt fcincm nienfc^en Hiel;W m^, tine k cede a 

perfonne. 

Alkaline, (! Aicalirrc. 
Alkumy, f. Alchymy. 

Ail, allest, allc. |ebn>c&cr/ gam? ; einfti<j/ <iXUin, tontjeul. 
To be all for one's self, tmr fur i\<i} oXXdw for^eti/ um fi(^ 
alleitl befummert fcpn/ ne pratdre foin ., que defoy ;«««?, 
ne fonger qu'a fes interets. All the world, \i\i (?ant?C 
reelt; jebcrman/ tout kmonde. The latter end of all, 
\i<Xi eilbC/9an{J am enbC/ la fin. When all comes to all, 

cnblid;/ julcfit n)enn man alles \)\\\ unbftcr betract»iet/ aUe< 
jufammen geree^nct, mm. e^ um v^v!^ unt fommt/ m\^oA arg^ 
fiC/ auf 'i<xi \)i^^ti tt>entt«i« \<x f^wcttforamt, enfu, aprit 

tout., ait pis aller. He is all my care, er ifl mettle CtliRtvjC 
fori3C/ c''efl 77ionfeulfvuci. He is undone to all intents & 

purpofes, er iti ganfi unb gar xmxixt, in grunb unb bcben 

perbcrbctl/ /'/ ejl pa-du ftms t-e ffhurce, ou defond en contble. 
Tis not all "a cafe, e^ ifl flicl^t eitterlei)/ cc n'eft pas de 
meme. I Avould not do it for all the world , tbettn mail 

mir bie ganfic welt gcbcn woltC/ reiirbc icl;^ nie^t t\m, je 

ne ferois fas pour que ce foit., ou pour rien du vionde. 'Tis 
juft for all the world as if, e^ ifl gcrabc rtl^ ob/ c'ejl ju- 
Jiement cvtmne Jt. For good & all, ganBlicI)/ ^m^ UltO 

"gat/ tur immer unb etvig / tout a fait, pour totijours. You 

and all, \^x ebctl auc^ / 4^ vous auffi. He loft his fword, 

hat and all, cn)erlot)r feincn bcgcn utib fcinen ^ixi, H per- 

dit fon ipee ^ fun chapeau. When I was buiieft of all, 
H id) am aUergcft^aftigften wax, au plus fort de mes occu- 
pations. Thirty are all that are milfing, e5 fel)letl \\)Xa 
nur brct)f;ig/ iln'en manque que trente en tout. To be all 

in all with one, jemaubc^ »crrrautcjlcr freunb feijn/ allc^ 
bep il)J)i ^abcn ober atiericbten fonnen / etre intim? ami de 

quelquun., etre k tout puiffant chcz lui. Reputation is 
all in all in war, im frieze liegt alle^ aw ber reputation, a la 
guerre t out 'depend de la reputation. By all means, ohBC 

\z\)\i upr alien bingcn/ 1% mag foflen mi c^ aiU/ abfoh- 

ment., quoi qui I en coute., a quelque prix que cefoit. All- 
together, f. Altogether. If that be all, fo C8 niebt mebr JU 
bfbeUtCrt \)att ^'^i ^^'y^ 1^^ cela, s'il ne tient qu'a ccla. 

All over, ganij/ ganB burtb/ l)in«nb her, ganB t)in5iber/uber 

allC/ aUentl)alben^ tout^par tout. To read a book all over, 
m^\\<ii) ganB burrf) Icfcn/ lire un livre d'un I>out a I 'au- 
tre. 'Tis all one, e^ ifl ctncrlct)/ C3 ifl fcin untcrfebcib bar- 
utiter/ e^ W nic^ts ^u bebeutcnre V// tout un, il n'y a point 
de difference, Hn'impurte. 'Tis all one to me, ti gilt mir 
gleid)/ ce m'eji tout un. 'Tis all one tome whathe fays, 
id) fragcHie(>tl barnacl>/e8 gilt mir eben gleic^/ tt>a» erfaget, 

je ne mets ^uere e» peine de ce qu'il dit. All and every 

"one, flUc niit cinaiibcr/ unb eiit jeber infonberfccit/ tous ea 

(reneral & chacun en particulier. Not at all, qailS nic^t/ 

aauB unb m nic^t/ im gertngflenuicf^t- /»♦'«/ ^^ f»»f- To 



ALL. 

go upon, all four, auf ftiilbctl u;ib fu}T<^rt QiUtl, marcher a 
quaire fiUt2s. I undcrftand not one word at all, ic^ ucf- 
^eilC tlic^t etrt ttClt t<ai'Cn/ jV n sntens pas un fill mot. 
He is ashamed of nothing at all, cr fttifmctnc^ gattud;t, 
/■/ >;'/i ^owrc" de rien. No where at all , ntracnb TOO / tin 
fcincitl tixXt i r.uile part. There was never any doubt at 
all made of it, xi\m, fiat in'cmti{)le &aran gcjnjaffcit/ onn'cn a 

jamah dontc. All the better, uai fo Utcl ^efto fccffer/Z/^w/ 
tnleux. Ail along, i)erl(iti3ciiac^,nrt^rtUcr la nge; aUicit, 
imni.t/ aUmcwH/ ^ct^/ tic g.iiipe jcit/ '"-''^ -«'» ^^"i"; 'o-^- 
/OK>x without all doubt, iM\{iX^^'il\jiOi<\^i\ifansdoute., 
indubitabUmer.t. All-feeing, all-viewing, alircbctll)/ bet 
allc^ ftc^et/ quivoit tout. All- knowing, (Jlln}i)7eilt/ aUe^ 
W t fiTenJ)/ & cr a I ( c^ a? ei §/ ^«.' /«/> /o«r. All-f \ints, all-faints- 
day, uUcr^ctltgcntag/ /a tcujfaints. All-fouls, allcr fcclcn 
Uq, ia f.'te des marts. All-fours, cine fotte,. dariiit ntd)t 
mc^r al^^nJCl) fpiclctl !6nn««//c?/^ dcjcude cartes, oii ron 
ne petit joiler que deux. 

Alliy, \}it t?fnnii'cl)uti9 ; ber jufaft, tie mtrtur ti:r metals 
Icn; tic Itat'crung/ melange; aloy de mitaux \ alkgement^ 
fou/agement . 

* To give one's paflion fome allay, fdtie gctttut^^ - Xt- 
gUIWCil v:M\%iW, jd{)mcit/ modcrer f^s pajjtons. 

To allay, ctrca^ uermifc^c't^ycnacngei!; Unbecii/ nid^t- 

gtU/ OCrmiutcrfl/ aU'ur\ allegsy.,modereT, dimlnuer. 

Allay'd, Dcrnjtfc^t; gclin&ert/ temperirt/ gciudjiigt/ gc-- 

Ittr.lbcrt, a//?t?; alkge, tempere., 7noderi.,dhn'inui. 
Allegation, fcie atllOffung/ fl!ircifung/ appas, atrait. 
AUertive, antctftcnb, atllocfcilb/ attrayant. 
To alledgc, etttjj^ anfabrcH/ anjic^en, fiimctitien, tjor- 

brtngc'il/ allegut;r^ citer., yappuiter, avancei-. 

Allidged, aii;3cful)rt/ angCjOgctt/ IC. al/egue, citi. 

Alledging, Xiai aiifutjfcti-/ atijicljen, jc. /VA'ow </W/£?- 

gtier., c!te/\ ifc. 

A lledginent, allegation, J>ic 6cj}5ringuttg/ aiuceljung *, citi 

locus t»ctt ntau aitf^^fCt/ ailegatlon., citation d'un pajjcge ; 
fajfage qu^on cite. 

Allegiance, bje ttiXttj fdelitt. The oath of allegiance, 
\itxWit\'i\xmi^VCli^i le jferment defidelite. 

Allegorical, »ctll»mt, allegorique. 

To allegorize, citte ucrMunitc retic btobringett/ ctma^ in 
eincm feniu allegorico ncbmcii «>bcr gefcriHic^ett / alUgurl- 

fer, dormer unftms allegorique. 

Allegor)', ciitc Bcrbluntte rcbC/ allegorie. 

To alleviate, etWii^ kk^Uxrx, crlcic^tctn, ItnbeW/ Wt^* 

tcruilfll iJ^ihtn, allega\f(julag£r. 

Alleviated, gelttibcrt. JC. allege^ <^c. 

Alleviating, bic crlcic^tcrunq, lintcmng, iai Icic^tctrt, Jc. 
«llegemcnt.,foulagem€nt, raftien d'alletrer., &c. 

Allevlauoa, bie crlctcbtcrung/ UnHxun$/ allegemetttjou- 
la^tnicnt. 

Alley, em enge gdfjgett; ein gang/ rpaf?iergang, citte foim 

Jiterlaubc , rUelle ; allee, promcmir. 

A fLirn-again alley, zm gajjc fo fcineti au^gang ^ot »« 

ctil ire Jiic. 

Alliance- biefc^TOflgcrfdjafft, frcunbfc6«ift , an«cmj.inb- 

fdvittf, bcr burtb, bie VCrblitlbnup, alliance, affinite^confe- 

To alli^, ally, ettcas uerbiiibett, iufammcnacfeltett,»crci-' 
nigcH/ ciHcn biinb obcr freurtbt'c^afft mit eitiaubcr macftcH/ 

allier, jotndre, un:r d'nuerets. 

A)l\^d to, befrcunbct, iinoemanbt; vcreinigt tjerbunben; 

»! lie, parent; ur.i, ctnfediri. 



ALL. 



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AlL'-s, tie ffcunbC/ yetwaHbicji^ biefunbHctttiffer? iv 

aliicZ : /c-y corfederez. 

/VUigatcr, eine ott wn crobptileii in ^wf'jnbJc.i./.rr^- 

i/if crocodile. 

Allocation, tcicbcrcrflatfung bcr unlfoftctt, obcrbcffen/ wal 

gcjablct Ktxicnrem^ourfement, allocation. 

Allodial, allodian, jt'.i^^fret), fre?/ toa? fejn le^tt tH, f« 
franc-aleu. Allodian-lands , fret) lunb/ brt^ fctr! le^il i^y 

cigcs'tin'imltc&c. coa allfn bcf4>tBcrutisen bcfrcpetcguter/r^- 

res de franc-aleu. 

To allot, citicm etttso^ Juct'gncn, befHmnien, flndcrtraueit, 
juwcifen, aiitefeblcH/ i^it t'jju ctnfcRefl/ oercrbncn; etwo* 
burcb^ lO§ au^t^cilCll, JUerfcimcn, affigner^conjlituer, com.* 
mettre i dijiriL'uer, adjuger par fort. 

Allotted, angcroicfca/Bcrorttiet turcft^lo^jugcerbnetobcr 

aU^CCtl)CilCt/ ccnjlitue, ajpgne, dijiribuc ou domte p.ir fort. 

To be allotted to, tutt^^ lo5 eiii|)(iingcri ^abeo/ obct onge* 

njic|';tl tr-crtc.!, ubtenir par fcrt. 

Allotting, t/Ai bcifcUc'I/ oererbnert/ K, VaStim de confii- 
tuer, il^c. ], To allot. 

AUo'tment, He ocrcrbnuHg, bcflinmrnng/ aa^tbeilaitf 

burct>^ loi, conjlitution^ ajfsgnation, partage. qui fe fait 
par fort. 

To allow, ctwxi gcben ; ^ergctcn, ^u\d)kgvx ; bUl/ffcit, 
julaffcii, erimbcn, iuijcbcn^ Kcr.;6rL!cn: -iciteben; lUcxUm 
nen; t\\\X:'^'.U\\ , dor.uer; fournir; approti^'cr , fouff'rir, 
fupporter ; avoikr ; aJjuger ; deduire. To allow the char- 
ges, bicunfofteti obcr au^gabeti gut ui^ti\,allouer les fraiu 
To allow himfelf to be a fchilmatick, feiii fchifnu (obcr 
trct1t!Uttgj gcftcften, bcfeiincn, s'avoUeretre un fcbifmatigue. 
To allow himfelf in any known fin, in biej'cr obcr tenec 
erf Jtintctt fuiibc mutbmillig i?crbarre;i, contir.uer volcntai- 

rement dar.s un crime. To allow a captain three men to 
multer, cincn capirain brcp mann muftcrn U^tn,pajfer trots 
hommes auncapitaitie. I allow of that excuie, i^ b'AU 

btefe cntfc^ulbigung im gut/ idf ncbine fie an , japproMve^ 

je reqois cette excufe. 

Ailov.'uble, roa^ tttatt gcbett.. btlligcn/ 5u^cbctt,5ucr!etinctt 

imb mit CtnrcC&ncn_ntU§, qu'on doit donner^ approaver, 
f')uffri-,\allouer, adjuger, deduire. 

Aitowa:ice, etn gct»l|fc^, ber Hiitcrbtrft, bic portir'!t; bic 
bitBuituu.w, sulatfufig, nacbliiiJuiig, frcp^ctt/ ubcrfcbang; 
flbrccbttuiiij/ rolctercrilattutiv? bcr \x\\h\ic],pt:;fion, p^iruon; 

connivence, indulgence; dcduflion, aibcatioa. There 

mull be fome grains of allowance, mail muC Cttt Kii'xi^ 

nac^qcbctl, burd^ bic finger iifc^tKi, il faut ceder qnslque 

j cl'ofc, il fnut UTi peu dc connivence. This phwfe :n j!t be 

underilood with fome grains of allowance, Juan tHU5 Hki 

I fe rcbeti^'flrt mit gciPtfTcm bebiiige / imt ciiicr acnjifiTcn Ic^ 

I fibrdiKfung ctcr linbcruiig uerjicbcti, a\i^\tmi Ufaut ex- 

i pliquer cette phrafe avec quelque reJiriSlion ou adoucijfe- 

I ment. * The world makes allowance of fome aftionsiu 

one man, which are condemned in others, btelcutcuber- 

I fcbcii ciiicnr gereiffc ti)aun , i»eM)c iic an anbcrn Uidn, 

le monde a de r indulgence pour certaines actions de quel- 
I ques pofonnes, qu'il condamne psurtant en Wautres. 

-Allowed , gegcbcH; gebilligct/ sugcla)7cti, erlaubct/ suer- 

faililt/ gcrccfjtICty dotme, approuve, allolie, permis, deduit. 
An author cannot be allowed as a competent jud^e of 
his own works, ^ gcbufjrct fctiicni auclori yon rct:ieri''eigfrf 
ncil fc^rifftctl |U urtbeilcil/ un auteur nefauroit etre juge 
competent dc fes prcpres ouvrages. 

Allowing, "bai gcberi/JC. PuJlh-n de d*nner,i-f€. f.To allow. 

Alloy, f. Allay. 

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ALL. ALO. 



To allude, fluf ttmi i>mUn, fonberlicf; mUn, fah-e al- 

hjion. 

Alivided to, bawuf matt bcutct/ jteict/ cin« beutung 

tUfld)t/ a quoi Vonfait allujion. 

Ailutling, \)<x% tcutClt/ ration de falre alhijron. 
Allum, f, Alum. 

t AUuminer, mtx tcr ctttJA^ nu't farkit au^jtcret/ f»/«- 
To allure, ctttcti gcttjifittctt/ aitlocfett/ rtifrct^ctt/ ablocfen/ 

gagitcr^ att'n'er^ afiuAxer, invher, 

* They efteem'd it as an outlandifh fashion , ^vhich 
could allure them from the ftricteefs, of their difciplinc, 

fte ac^tetett cs fur mm<inMnvifd)mQchHiKi),(f:>ii)Xcilwu 

gC 5Ucl)t Uerbci'beit lOlltC / i/s regardoitnt ccla conmie line 
coutume etrangere , qui potirroit corrompre ou tibatardir 
ta fcverite de leur difcipline. 

Allured, fltigclocfet/ flttgcrcifiet/ gcWOtUtCtt/ atth-e^'mvlti^ 

gegnL 

Allurement, \\t mxi\mw%i aitlocFuijg/ rci^unfl/ licbTo- 

(ung, flitrci^cnfce licblid^fcit/ atralt^ amorce^ appas^ char- 
tne, ca}-ej(/h 

Allurer, i>er t)a fliilocEct/ flttretRct/ liebfofct/ qui atth-e, 

cbiirme^ fiateur. 

Alluring, &a^ anlocfctt/ JC. ration d'attha\ &c. f.To 
allure. 

Alluring, A. anlocfcnb/ anrcttjcnt/ attrayant. 

Alluringly, (luf ctiK fltiloctcnbe art/ burd) glattc ttorfC/ 

tturcf> fc^nfcic^len Cbcr licbfofetl/ rt''a«f manure aUrayante^ 
par des charmes^ attraits ^ ou appas. 

Allufion, t»ic jieluns/ bcutung auf etroo^/ allu/ton. 
To ally, &c. f. To aliie, &c. 

Almade, s. i)^ in ^titictt dnc gattuitg Hcincr frtf)rjcu(5c 

flU^ eincm (iucE/ almadh. 

Almanack, etll caleil&Ct/ almanac. * To make alma- 
nacks for the laft year, rcbet) DOU bent / n>aiJ matt t)dttC 
tl)un folkni t»a bie jeit fc^ott »orl)ei> ift / tiad) gcfc^eljencr 

tl)ttt flug XiX^Wi falre des rejlexions bcrs de prupos^etrefa- 
fre epres coup. 

Aimandine,, citlC art DOlt tUbtltCIt/- atmnnd'ine. 

Aimes, f. Alms- 

Alnughtinefs^ btcaUmac^t/ toute-pmjfance^ 

Almighty, allmac^ttg / tout-puijj'anu 

Almond, cttl matlbcl/ manbcl-fcrtt/ amande. * The al- 
monds of a throaty tic manbcln V.X bcm tjnlfc, les amlgdn- 
ks., ou deux pethes glandes^qui font aux cdtez du gozier. 
The almonds ofthc.ear,bicma!tbclilf)nitcr bctl O^rett; ik 

niaiibcln/ cine 9cfd)rculfl I)tnt£V bc:i o^'rcii/ les emonthh-cs 

du cerveau ; oreillons. Aftnond-tree ^ bCC mailbcl-baum/ 
4tmandier. 

'Almoner^ ilmner, ^mner, cftt almofctt^crr) aumSnier. 

Almonry, alumry, eitt fllmofcil4aK^'/ aumonerie. 

Almoft, fafiy bet) na^C/ fd)tcr/ presque., qua/i\ a peu pris. 
E'en almoft.^ be^ tlO^e/ a peu pres. He was e'en annoft 

undone, cr mr nic^t twcit COM fctticm ucrbecbcn ////«/ « 

deux doits de fa perte. 

'Ahns, fllmcfcil, aumCne. Alms -giver, Cllt OU^t^cflcr 
bcr almofcit/ dijiributew des aumCnes. Alins-haufe» cilV 

almcfctt'^au^^ armcui^au^^ l)offital/ maifon de charitl\ 

hCpital. 

Ahiager, ^lneger„ kilnegcr, ettt F6i2K)lid)er Beamtcr/ bcr 
bie auflagcn ber tud);manufaftuvcif/ fo bcm S'etu^c bitvc^ 
(me parliamcnti^-aite cscnnUigct morbcn/ cumimmt/ offcier 

du Rvi.qui reqoit les fub fides., qui fo-at aceordcz-au Rot par 
gOe de parlament., fur les vuiuiifa^wes de drap. 



ALO. ALT. 

Aloes, nlcc^/ aloes. 

Alo'ft, ^pc^/ cr()abctt ; in bcr'^o^C/ itibie ^o^e, haut^ eh- 

ve; en haut. To fct aloft, \\\\i\i i)6t;C felJCIt/ I)Cbeil/ crl)d- 
\)%\\i lever., hauffer., elever. 

Alone, allcitlz/fw/. All alone, gatl^ ^VXXt, tout feu I. 

Let me alone, (affct mic& jufriebcii; laffet raic^ bafiir for- 

gctl / lajJt micO C^ nur t^lf it / l»'Jp^- woj; en repos -, /aij/ez 
mot f aire. Let thofe things alone , Injit e^ Itegctt/ gTcifft 

c5 nic^t m\ fc^ttjcigct nurbauDnfJillC/ bcFummcrteiicf>nid)t 

barUlU/ laifsez ces chofes la., n'y touchczpas ; ne parlez pas 
de cela. You may truft him alone, \^x font Clicf; fti^et- 
Itc^ auf i^tt «erla||ctt/ vous pouvcz vous fcr alui. \ think 
it were better \Q.t alone than done, mlc^ bct!Cl)t/ C-i fct) bcf- 

fcr/ bag mailed unterlaiTe/ aW bagman ce tl;uc/>V croisqu'il 

vaut mteux ne pas le faire que de le faire. To leave one 
alone, cincn UerlaffcU/ iK'Cfeil laffcW/ abandomer, ou tf't^A///"- 
yVr quelqu'un. 

Along, lilngft^tn/ langf}/ /f /o»g- ^c. Along the shore, 
am Ofcr ^W/ le long du rivage. Go (come) along, gcl)Ct 
bOC^ fort/ marchez., marcbez. Will you come along with 
me? ttJolt if;rmit mir 9Cl)en ? iw/Zt-r. vousvenir avccmoy. 
Take this along with you, ne{)m<:t bijj mit cud)/ Dcrgcjlct 
^i ja nid}t/ fauvenez vous de ccci. To fail along the coall", 

am ufcr bed mecr^ ^infa^rcn/ ncbcn bcm ftranbe {)erfegeln/ 

cStoyer le rivage , ranger la c6te. To lye along , to lye 

all along, fic^ bcr Idiige uac^ ntcberlci)cti/fid)nad) allcrldH* 

%i aU^iU'Cdcn / coucher , ou etre couche tout de fon long. 

All along, tmmcr fort/ a\h\dt, auf bent ganijen »t>cgc/ bV 
ganije 5cit lant?/ t>om anfangc hii jutn cubc/ cbcr bi^^ jubtc* 

fcr 5Cit/ ^o^oarj, deputs le co'imnenctmcnt.,jufqi{''ala fin. 
To goe along, f. To go. To grope along, &c. f. To 
grope, &c. 

Aloof, t)ou fcrttc/ in V\c \mtt\ ini miu mttt, auf bcttt 

i)f>\)Cn mccv, de loin., au largue^. 

Aloud, laut/ mit {)eUci: iiimmC/ ^^ut^ ^I'tine voix haute 
ou ckvee. 

Alphabet^ CtttaIpT)abct t&tl<n\)( I alphabet ..abke. 

To alphabet^ V.A. nac^bcm alphabet cinrld)ten/^<"'/«-. 

oMmettre.,oVi placer felon I'ordrc dc P alphabet. 

Alphabeted, adj. ttjag nac^ alpl)abct:fd}cr orbimng %mt< 

ric^tCt ijl/ rangi felon rordre de r alphabet. 

Alphabetical, alphabetick, ju bcm^alp^flbct Obct a b C 
ge'^orta / alphabetique. 

Alphabetically , nac^ bcm alphabet/ //zr ordre alphabe- 
tique. 

Alphabcting,. S. i>ni cinrtC^tett/W. aflionde ranger felon 
rordre de r alphabet. 

Alpine, bcr oom SXlrcugcbtrgc \% obcr tvol baju %i\mii 

des Alpcs^ qui appartient r.uxAlpes. 
Already., fc^Olt/fllbcrdt/ deja. 

Allb,auc^/ g(cid}faU!? nod}/ noc^ nicJ^r. rociter/ aujft.4epluf^ 

encore., outre cela. • 

Altar, cin alrar/ autel. Altar-wife , m.^ bcf art cinc^ 
altar^/ cJifaqOn d' ante I. 

Altarage, bic opffcr/unbfonfJcnallc ciiifunffte itiaXtaxi, 

les ^'randes qu'on fait fur I'autel ., & tuus Us profits de 
I'autel. 

To alter, ctmaS dnbcnt/ ccrdnbcrii ; fic^ anbcrtT/*//t';vr; 

changer. To alter one's condition »,fi£& »Crl)CI)tat()cn/ 
cha»«:er d'"eiat.,femarier. ' 

^'"Twiuty times have I altered this period, ami could 
not brm«r ir to pc-rfccHon, jroam?!'", maM f)nbc id) blcfcn faB 
scrdnbcrt/ unb fonte iiju nidjt m^ Sffdjicf btmgen/ j' ty 

tburnt 



j^s-^ap^ 



ALT. AM A. 

tourne vingt foti cette fcriode fans lui avoir pidor.ner le 
tou}' qitelie mcr'ito'it. 

Alteration, t»ic 6crd!li>erUH9» dnbcrung, cbangemenu al- 
teration. 

Altercitloh, \i<itfltlXt,\m^,alte7rai}on^ Mat. 

'Altered, c■a•vin^Crt, gcdllbcrt/ chavre, altrre. The ca- 
fe is altered, things are altered, ta? bltUt l)flt \\^ umac* j 

\t\)XiX, ih iil gan? m an^er juftant)/ /rv cbuj'es ont cbungi 

de fc-ce. - ^ | 

l'\lrcrmg,tieucrdn&cru!ia, bn^ dnl-cril/ alteration., raftion 

de cli'.i'.ger. 

Tu alternate, KN. abjtjccfifclii/ et'ncr urn ben flttbecrtem 

unit uernJiHtClt/ rouler., exercer un employ nlternativement. 

Alternate, adj. ahvtt6)\dx\t> , alternatif. 

Alternatelj', f. Alternatively. 

Alternation, tie umX(iZiiii\\\m,^hm^^t\m%,tovr,v'idj- 
Jttude. 

Alternative,^. ai'ree(^^lenb , xm^mt^ifM, ahe^-nat'if. 
Alternative, S. btcroahl/ r alternative. 

Alternative!}', alternately, roccl^fcU'WCtfc. citlC^ Um6 ail^ 
&CrC/ alternativcment. 

Alth6',alrh6Ligh,t»ictt»o^t,ctfc§ott/C{>n5obl; t»amt fc^cn, 

»cnn (tuci) C'cici)/ q^uoi que., bienque; quand^^uaHdmhnes. 

lAltifudc, i)ieI^ot)C; &cr giplfcl, bauteur. 

f He is in his altitudes, cr ift tct) gutct IflUttC, citie^fvo- 
U£^cii aufiiciaamtcti gcniutf)^/ // efi dans fes goguettes, it 
tflgay. 

♦ His anf.verto him felt' gave me altitude of his head, 
wi bcr annuovr, fo cr firf) fclbftcti gab/ t)abe ic^ tie fabig- 

feit fcilUS UCiftatlvJC^ abgciionmicn/ /» riponfe qu'il fejit a 
lui meme,-mefit connoitre la portee de jm efprtt., ou /V- 
t endue de fa capacitS. 

Altogether, oanRUnbgaf/ (tdnPlic^/ tout a fait., tout en- 
tier ement. Are you come to town for altogether? foitttnt 
i^r in bee fiaiit 511 ll'ot)nen? ete-z vous venu en ville pour y 
demeurer toujour s., ou pour y continuer? 

Alum, alaU'.l/ alun. 

Aluminous, »0I1 alflUlt, olautl^afftlg / //?/> avec de /'a- 
lun, qui a le gout d'alun. 

^l-A-ays, alVjCit, iilimcr/ jtetl/ continuirlic^z toujours^ in- 
cejfamment., ccntir.uellemeTit. 

Am, I am, it^ bin rj^ fuis. f. To be. 

Amabiiicy, tie U«blicf;fcit, tjolbfeligfeit/ qualite «/- 

mable. 

Amable, f. Amiable. 

Amiin, tapffcr, mit nWtt gewalt/ Befftig/ gcttjaltiglie^, w- 

goureufcment., avec vigeur. Amain, f ommt auf^ ^iifi^'i Iflpt 
tic fcgcl nicfccr/ a bord; amencz, {baijTtz) les voiles. 

Amand, tie fllilfC/ buve/ amende. To make honou- 
rable amand, offctUlid^e fird^en-bu^e (^m,faire amende bo- 
noraule. 

Amaranth, bicblumc taufcnbfc^Otl/ amarantbe. 

Amafs, cin l)auffe!l, aiiias. 

To amafs, ctTOug iufamnien ^(fuffcn/ fammlcti/ iujammet^ 

legcil/ amajfcr., accumuler. 
AmdiT-.i, iufimmeti getragcti/ JC. amafj'e. 
To amatc , ciiieii erfi^tccf ctt / cijcauiicfib mad&cn / f/o*/- 

dh\ Honner. 

AiTTited, crfc^rc:^" '^"'•'rf^t/ etourdi., itowte. 

To ainiie, ei.'! t, criiauiienb mac^cH; i^mein 

fc^ccFcn eiiiiagen, , .jouvajiter. 

Amazed, bc;lur«/ txfi)X3<^':n , furpris, ftonne. 

Amazednefs, amazement, ba5 fd>recfctl, btv bcfiwrl^ung, 
Wftaunungy etonnemast furprife. 



AxMA. A ME. If 

Amazing, A. kfiurBctil'/ tx\iiU^f^i 1 vt&i crfiauttcn* 

Itiact^t fnprenitnt., etonnant. 

Amazingly, crf*t>rcctl:(^/ VLXXt fditi\itn^etrangement^avec 
etonnensent. 

Ambages, S. Utttfi^njeif/ ambages., detour., circoniocu- 
tion. 

AmbaiTador, f. EmbaflTador, ttllt bttt dcri\'atis^ 

Amber, agtftCttt, bcr;ijict!l/ am'jre. 

Ambered, perfuirurtltntaiubra/ ambri, 

Ambergreefe, ambergris, anibra/ ambre gris. 

Ambes-ace, f. Ace. 

Ambide.\ter, ^. UitcB tUlb Xt6iU, \>txUvltt ^(f«be gkt(> 
fertig gebWltchcil fiJit/ ambidcxtre. Ambide.vter, 5". ein fat 

fc^crargliittacrfcijalc! bcrgclbauf bcpben feiten niramt/ bsr 

C5 niit bCBbcn fcitCtt bdU/ unprevaricateur. 

Ambidextrous, trculefc, wrrdtljerifc^/ falfcS, jaeiffclljaff^ 

ti^, inalbonr.ete., fri poK, douteux. 

Ambient, initflcbent*/ qui envircnne. The ambient air, 
btvltlf^t, fcu:ilH:u^ bcnimilt/ rair qui nous emurcnnc. 

Amblgiiit), ^tcJn)ci|fel^aifttgf cit/ beriioepfac^e »cr|tanb'/ 

ambiguite., double fens. 

Ambiguous, jroeiffcl^flfftlg/ tjtclbeutig, jwcpbcufig/ fo tu 
\xavc) cbcrntebr toegc niaguerflajibcnacrbcny ambigujqui^ 

voque., douteux. 

Ajr.biguously, ;tVCt'fclfKlfttiglit:^/ amhig'jnent. 

Ambition, bcrc'rraciH/ bicrutjnijudt, ambition. 

To ambition, V. A. tiac^ ctnsas jlrebcn, cwa^ ^effttf 

begebrcn, ambitionner.,fouhaiterardtm€r.t. 

Ambitious, cbrgcifiig, cbrfud^tig / ambitieux. I am ve- 
rj ambitious to ferve you, ic^ i^^^t ein ubcMU^ gretj i>cr^ 
langetl bcmbcrtn iU iiinttl/ jefoubaite trvecardeurdevous 
fervir. 

Ambitiously, efir^cipig, flu5 tn^mfu($t, mit e^rgcip/ am- 

bitieufement, avec ambition. 

To fcible, cineil ^)ap Cbcr iclt ge^eit / ambler., alter m /* 
amble. 

An ambling pace, ctn jclf cffcftt-irt/ ba^ jcUgebeit/ bcr jc(t 
cine^ pfcrbe3/ I'amhle., rentrepas.,le pas dc baquenee. Au 
ambling nag, cin jeUet/ citl uaKgdligcr/ unebaquenee. 

Ambodexter^ \. Ambide.xter. 

Ambrofe, rciiifarrcti/ nmrmfraut/ aml.rofe. 

Ambrofia, tc" gottcr i^d\ii ambroJJc. 

Ambry, ci'iic fpctK'!unimer, cin fctiraac!; cingcfcftirr-faj 

jlen, depcnfe : artRoire, bufet. 
Ambface, \. Ace. 

Ambulatory, wanbelflb/ fpfl^ierctlb / ambulateire. 
Ambur)', c'iiie gefdHeulft/ cbcr fc&nj;imnitcf?tc rc^rfic att 

pfertCIl/ I'o »eU blut i^, forte de tumeur^ qui vient aux 
chevaux. 

Ambufcado, ambush, ambushment, tin ^'nxtti^ciit , 

citic bintcrliflj l)uiterlt|tige nac^jlcUung/ embufcade., em^ 

bucbes. 

Ame, f. Aame. 

AmeL, f. Enamel- 

Amel-corn, lOcijTer buHCf cl/ feigle blanc. 

Amen, «Xi\V\,amen. f Amen I fay, i(^ fag^ ja \,Ci\% 
i(^ btn^ ;u frtcbcn, jy confens. 

Amenable, adj. IcutfcUg/ mWic^^xi^, traitable ., fouple^ 
docile. 

Amend f. Amand. 

To an^end, ctwa^ dtibctii , Dcrbcffcrtf, fcjn Icbct! bc|]cr»; 

ftil) bc(Tcrn ; gcncfcH/ f:c^ crbolcn.forr.vffr, amentier; fe re- 
former; fe reniettre.fe retablir. 

Amended , t)crbejTcrt; gcbciTcrt,- K. eotrige, amende, &c. 
C i The 



io AME. AMN. 

« 
The world is well amended with him, e^ fJcl^Ct ttUtt kJlVr 
twit fyWif '/ a bhn fait fes affaires. 

Amendment, bie kffcruug/ werbclfcrirtcj / ainendement. 
Or ler'd, that the bill with the amendments be engrof- 

fed, ii ij! bcfiD{)lctt/ baj5 ber settcl/ mt er corrigirt '\.% regi- 

flnrt IVCrbe/ ordonne que le bill foit ffiis an net avec/es 
ehayi^fTnens (ou correSlions') qui y ont ete faites. 

Amends, ucrgcUutit]/ crfc^ung/ klol);nin(5/ anu(?t^uung/ 

eompeufaliofi., fatisfaS^iun. To make amends, ziW\i^ tttic- 

ber cinbrtngcii/ cmicbcni/ ycrgeUcri/ crfinttcit/ erfc^eti/ tt)lc' 

bcr bCi-lWcrt/ »CCanU(<Ctt / faire une compenfaticm., reparei\ 
recomp'jnftr , fatisfaire , faire fatisfafiion. 

Amenity, S. UeMid)fdt , anmut^/ luparfctt/ amenite^ 
beaute., ou agremtnt d'un lieu. 

To amerce, ciiicti ttiit fijlbe jirrtfcti/ if)m cine flclbjlrafe 

(ntflc(?en/ mettre a l' amende , ou cundamner a une amende 
peciniiaire. 

Amerced:, vxit gelbc gcfltrtft/ '"'V '•< I' amende. 

Amercement, amerciament, cilK gclb'jtrflft', amende pe- 
(uniaire. 

% Amefs , amice, amift , amit, cilt f tdb CtltC^ CiU^olifdjca 
Seifrlid^ett/ amit., aumuce. 

'Amcthyft, etll ometl)tf! / amethyfle. 

Amfracluous, adj. jcrbroc^CH/ rompu. 

Amiable, lietsreld)/ freuublic^/ i)ol^teli3 ; licHic^/ ange- 

ne^lH/ UebciI^'tVCrtf)/ ^(/«a-, homete; air,iable.,agreablc. 

Amiabkneis, \:i\^ ijolbfclicif ett ; bte Ucblic^fett/ lieblidjC/ 

«tt<^tiiej)rne art/ douceur \ bonne-grace. 

Amiably, \)h^\^tx, fvcunblic^er/ lteblid;er ttcifc/ "v/Zt?- 

ntent., avec bonnet ete\ avec grace. , 

Amicable, frcUtlbltCj^/ guil^tg/ favorable. 

Amicably ,ftCUnbU<^Cr ttJcife/ fveuilt'.icfl/ c.miablement, 
en ami. 

Amidil, Untcr/ mitten WWUX, au milieu., parmi. 

Amice, amict, |". Amefs. 

Amifs, A. ubcl/ unred)t/ wetFc^rt/ unfuglicf)/ uncBeti/ 

Ubelgct^an, UltnOt{)tg/ mal-fait., videux. AmiTs, (.^ir/x'.) 

ttbcl/ unrcd^t/ ungefcf/i\f t , ;«///, 7«^/ ^' />ri7/)oj-. If you doe 
i\evcr fo little amils, fo [^,xit tm gcnngftcii tjcr[ct)et/ foi^r 

ben gccinCijfen U\)UvhfJii^^t,fivous faites la moindrefaute. 
If any thing should happen amifs, fo e>5 ttJurbC ubcl OWi- 
fdjlagcn; fo^aii*^ niir bdi^ gcriiigtle uiigliicf barju fentmen 

jblt^/ s'il arrii/oit quelque malhew\ ou, /<? moindre de fa- 
fire. Nothing comes amifs to him, c^ gtlt \^\^ ttUes? 
glcic^/ et nimmt allc^ an / H s'accommode de tout., il prend 
tout ce qui lui vlent. Nothing comes amifs to a hungry 

ftomach, cin f)uttgrigcr magett Jtiiumt mtt allem imMth,. 
wcttti ciner Ijungng ill/ fcf^mccft i^m aUc-J tuol)!/ &» trouv'e 

tout bon., quand on a faitn. It cannot be taken amifs, man 
fan e^ nic^t frb«l aufnc^mcn / on ne fauroit le prendre en 
mauvaife part. 
Amit, f. Amefs. 

Amity, bic frcunbfc^atft/ eitiigFctt/ ctntrac^t, ber friebc/ 

ami tie., paix. 

'Ammick, ammoniack, e. g. fait ammoniack, falmiflCFy 
ba? fal STmonizcwm., fel frrmoniack. 

Ammuiu'tion, bet fricg?;ui>rrat{>/ Frieg^^jcttg; cin mc:j# 
fcfte Bt<r et'!C \)\xrc, fo bcm ^:crc nad>'5!:{)rt/ munition; pu- 
tain d 'armee. Ammumtion-bread, brt>5 COmnuf 'brob//«'» 
</e munition. 

Amms-ace, f. Ace. 

Ajnncr, aln.oner, ziw atmofen^crf/ aumonUr. 



AiMO. AMU. 

Among, amdngfl, uiJter/ 5reifd)Cn/ mittCtt mtit, parmi., 
entre. Inom among, toil/ niK\ t'Cr mittCit- d'cntre. He 
had like to have been loll: amongll them, ci" Wfll'C faVct 
untcr ll)nen umgc?cnnnen/ H penfa pcrir avec cux. He ran 

among the naked iwords , cr licif UlUcr biC blof'Cn bCgCrt/ 
il fe jctta au tr avers des epees mes. 

Amorift, cin b«f)lct'/ycrlicbtcr/ un amoureux. 

Amorous, Dcrlicbt/ Itcbrcid)/ amoureux., tendre. 

Amorously, but)lcrifd>/ Ucbreic^/ l>cr!jlicf)/ amoureufe- 
ment., tend,rement. 

Amort, tobt/ ci!igefd}laffcn ; traurig/ ftilic/ mcland)0Uf(^/ 

amorti., ajfoupi ; tri(ie.,tactturne. 

Amortization, bic ^cim|ierbint3 eirtC3kl)cn9/ amortis- 
fetnent. 

To amdrtife, amortize, {dn \i\)\\mii Ot>crbc(fc» bobcn* 

jin^) n3cg9ebcn/tt5C9fd)cncfc!i/ i)ergcben/ amortir. 

To amove, ctmvi n)cgtl)»n/ eloigner. 

Amount, s.Al bevbctrag/ bicfumma cirtcr rcdjnung/ le 

montant, la fomme totale. 

To amount, fic^ belauffen/|)jnfluf fcmmcn/fo l)oc^ fom^ 

men/ monter., fe reduire., revenir. All his fpccch amounts 

to this, feinc gantje rebc lauift bal)iii«u^/ toutfon difeours 

fe reduit a ceci. 

Amour, t)k IkU, bul)l|"d)«lft/ bul)lerc9/ ^^oar, «//«-• 
chement. 

Amper, eilte fiiBigc gefc^ttJUlfl/ phlegmon. 

Amphibious, mi fo m\)\ ittx ttsflffer aB auf bcm lanbe 

lebt/ amphibie. 

Amphibological, adf. \\Wi)i>Z\M\^i amphibologiquc. ^ 
Amphibologically, adv. jHiC^bcutig/ amphibohgtque- 

ment. ,-,, • 

Amphibology, cmc jtVeiffcl^aftigefcbC/ ampbiDologie. 

Amph{fcii,^o6lcEcr/ bie l()rcn fd;fltten auf bepbcn feiteft 

^K\ht\\ , 'I'nphifciens. ,•, . 

Amphitheater, groffcr ntnbcr fd)au^plaft/ amphitheatre. 

Ample, TOcit/ roeitlaufftig/ breit/ gvoSv rcidjlic^/ ample, 

etendu., ^rand. ,rx. i. ■ x.^^ 

Ampliation, cine cwcitcrung/ pbcr ent auffd)ub mrcdjtij' 

h^tn, ampliation. 

Amplification, bieerweitcruns/ aiu^fu^mng, ocrmc^rung; 

a?npli/ication. ' . . ,.r 

Amplifier, ein CVmiUxtt, au^fa^rcr, celut qui amphfe. 
To amplify, cttva^ crttJcitcrn/ ansf^cn / Jjcrgrojfern, 

»er»ne^rct!/ grof) mac^Cn/ amplifier, aggrundir, augmenter, 

^""ImpliVy'd, erweitcrt/ »jermct)rty gro^ gcmac^t/ jc. am- 

^ '''Z^\\!iijln<y,Uittm}tmhO.\it^\\^Xi\i, ration d' ampli- 
fier, ^c. f. Amplidcation. 
^ Amplitude, S, bie f,r6(fCy blC nscitC/ la grandeur, la 

" Amply, t)6Uig/ nu^fit'il)rlid)/ tttcitlaitftig/ amplement. 

Amputation, bic abfd)nciba.n3, rtbncbn:n!iacuico glicbe^/ 
amputation. 

Amulet! cin prefcrvativ ttibcr bfcpefl/K. fotlMtt on bW 



ftnl^ fcdnaet/ «» amulttte. , 

^ To amuie, baegeiiu'iffc ci!ine!)me«/C(«<n aufJjalten/fluf 
licbcn/ mit l)ofrnung abu^cifcr. _, ^w«/^^-- 
* W,icd,cingei'«mmen/anr<tci)alten..'"«.^^- . ^ ..,^^,, 
Amuiemcnt, cine fiuf{)aUun9/ t!crga(fnn8/ an icit^oef- 

Amnefty,aiTmiay, cine aiiftcbimg artcv t?ovi9en bt'ltibi* trcfb/ amufmetn. fl«f,;,T,,f }f amitfeur. 

iunscn/ ei(K allgcmeine vcrgcbung; <i^«^//?/V. j AmCder, ber ct.un autt)«H/ ««fiuKt, jc '^"'"i^,:,^^^ 



AMU. ANC. 
Amufing, bieauf^altur.g/ tagftufl^alfen/ ic. raSTion d'a- 

An, ciii, etjter/ tmitinti, un. u-te f. A. 
Anau^-ptifm, &ic fa'te I : 5er tPicbertaujfer/ ^'^ 

fecte ou /:T religion ('ts ai. 

Anabaprift, ciu tttiebcrtaurTvr/ uruitaptijle. 
. Anabaptiiby , t>lc religion Utr retell ;rtvlUffer/ la religion 
diS ar.abaptijies. 

Anichronilin, 5*. fcfilcr in fccr icit - KcfellUng / anachro- 
nijme. 

Anagram, eirt anagramma, ctcr {>U($fiab-'n>C(:^f€l/ l>a bie 
tuc^fldben cinc« ua^meti^ uerfcHt irerfccti / anagramme. 

Analogical, glcid) / alcid}fonnc9/ ubcreliifrtimncnb / nac^ 

t<r anaicgie, anahgique, analcgtie. 
Analogically, glcit^^formiS/ uac^ b«r analogia, par ar.a- 

Analogous , f. Analogical. 

Analogy^ bir '" •''■ - %W\iyimmi%H\t, annlogie. 

Analvlis, bic ar.alyje. 

Anaiyrical, and^vcicK, aufloftllb/ JUr anah-fi gc^orig^ 

titinlytique. 

AnarchiijTu anarchy, gcmcinw acfett/ tw ffittc obrigf ct't 

^at, anarchic. 

Anathem, anathema, ziw flU($, cineiKtjIU^Ung/ Ctn bflntt/ 

f jvc^cn-Ijanii ; cin excommunidrtet/ tcr in fecn bann gc ttjuii 

{ft, iir.atheine. 

To anithemarize, cittCH WCrfluc^CU/ trt ten 5aim t^Htt/ 

Anathematized, jJCCflUC^t , JC. anathematize. 

Anatomical, \\x tcr jetgliebcrung^^nK gc^ortg/ anato- 

mique. 

Anatomically , ttflc^ itx 5';rglicteruiigl-funtl//'/a-/73/ Ics 

regies de rar.atomie. 

Anatomirt, .ein anatomicus, jcrgU'ebcm/ tcr in bcr scrglie^ 
tenings-'funfi crfal)ren/ anatomifte. 
To anatomize, (etncH corpcr) anatomitcn/ iergUc&crn/ 

£nat07nifer. 

Anatomized, anatomirt/jcrgltebcrt/ anatomife. 

Anatomy, tie jcrfc^netbiuig, jcrglicbcnung eine^ corpcr^z 
anatomie. An anatomy, ein fccleton, obcr bcin^gctuft UOtl 
<lncm tObfeu Icibe, unfquektte. 

AntecefTors, bie OOteUcrn/ DOrfafjrcO/ /« ancetres., nos 
fredecejfors. 

Anceib-el, f. Aunceftrel. 

!Anceftry, f. Pedigree. 

Anchor, ein ancfcr/ <wrrc-. 
- Theftock, S. (of an anchor) ta^ attcfcr^olft/ ancfcr^freofi. 

/*• crorfie. The ring, t)cr anuer ring, I'a-rganneau. The 
sheet-anchor, ber bauptsaJICtcr / /a maitreffe ancre. 

To shoe an anchor, trcter unten vo. ten ancEer rugcn, 
ka?ntt er mti^t in ben bofen ancfct-gninb cngreifcn f any bri- 

mtr I ancre. 

* Anchor, s. m man^ wn funf €nglifcficrf gallons. 

To anchor, ben Ollcfer aus'roerFert; aticrer. 
Archorage, ein crt, ba man benancfetaerfen fort; mi 

man oaosr ja^let/ mouHIage; ancrar^e. 
Anchoret, ein einfteblefy anachorae. 

Anch6ve,ji.ic^o|en, art Reiner fifc^e; bie in fdfletn m^ 
gtmod)tflU'3i5:aUfn gcbrac^t tserben, -wf-^o/V. 

Anchufe, S. 0<I;fen--JUng; euj f raut, orchanette plante 
Ancient, ^. alt, *«f/e'n,TVfar. The ancients, V\t <x\tm, 

!J7I:T' ■ '^^i'*-''- A" ^cient, \,it arciTc fofinc e -- 



ANC. ANG. . 21 

Anciently, torjCifcn, jn dtctt icitett/ t>cr attcr^/ «»«- 

cnment. 

Ancientneft, Hi flUcr, a{t«tt^um/.««<-/fK«^^ ' 

Ancientry, tiAi aUcrt^um/ bie altoi \dxm, * .<.-»^i- - 

/■f'; anciennete. 

Ancle, f. Ankle. 

Ancome, eine bculc/ cin gcjcfinjcr/ froncle. 

And, unb/ er, d-^. f. _o-. A toft and a!e,<iereftct brtttitt 
Unc.cf)0r5ftem bier, une rotie trempce diins Vaile. A tofl 
and burrer, geroftct brobt \vM buttcr, ur.e rotie an beunf. 
To goe and iee,'ttc!jc:i \\K fcfjen, \^i\\xi)t.'!\: alter vi,tr.\\o\v 

can we %q out, ^d not beieen? wic Fonncit mtr mnaai 
gcben, bifi fie Un5 nic^t fcbcn? temoycn defcrtirfans etre 
veus ? Let us go and drink, n?ir ttJOUen "jUin trirtcf crt qii}in, 
alloKs boire. Let us go and fetch a \^-alk, Wtr twUcn «» 
KC)i\\i<i^ ftflPicrcn getjcn, aliens faire un tour de fromenad.'. 
This is pjre & clean, bip ijt fet>r bucfc^.. (fc^one) r.^f/ eji 
fort net Qproprc.) A little more and he had been killed, 
e^ mu nicf;t^»iel/ tA^ cr nic^t ctfcftlagcn wiirbc, peu s'en 
fallut, qu'il ne ftit tut. To grow better and better, fid) 
tdglic^ bcffern, devenir toUjours meilleur. To grow wor- 
fe & worfe, immcr fc^limmer rcerben, aller de mal en pis., 
empirer. To fuik deeper & deeper, immectteffcrUllc!;n/ 
s'en/oncer de plus en plus. And therefore , bcrowegcil, 
recproegen / />oar a'r effete c'ejl pourqiioy. And yer,t'cn^ 
nod^/ neantmoir.s. By and by, oBbalb/glctd)/ t<>'-it a rbeii- 
re. Now and then, iutceiletl/ bi^Wiilcn, de terns en tems, 
quelque fcis. Two and two, 'jiscn «nb ytet) ncbcti cinan- 
ber, 'denx a den.v. , By little & little, aUnifltlic^. allgcmad?/ 
peu a peu. And fo forth, &:c. unb fo fcrtan, C? ainft du 
rejle. And if that be true, fs bicM ivabr ijt / q'teji cela 
eji vray. And if you doe that, WO i^r C5 tMlt, qne/ivous 
f cites cela. And plcafe God, cb ®Ott Itill/ s'il plait a 
Dieu. ,What'sthat, and pleafe you ? fo c^ CUC^ bclicbt, 
fagt nitr boc^, v&ai lii\:i ill? dites may., s'il vous plait, ce 
que ceji ? Yes, and pleafe your Lordship . ia niein berr, 
ja mcin£orb/ oui mmjVigneur. Yes and pkafe your La- 
diship, )a meine frau, ja nicin ftduldn, ouimadame. Wit- 
hout its or ands, p^ne la'.ige^ \)tX)mdtn, fans marcbandety. 
fans barguigher. 

Andiron, cin feucr'eifjn, barauf man^cl^lcgt/CtnbMnb' 
c5fc^/ cbenet. 

To aneal, f To anneal. 

Anemone, etnc flafpc^ycfe, fuc^cH-fc^cUC/ atnb'ftout, 

anemone. 

t Anenr, gcgCrt iiUt, bC^*, UXl, a Voppofite., prh; tou- 
chant. " 

Anew, aufi ncue,. ton ncUCrtl/Wicbmim/ ^/^ noftveau.,de- 
recbef encore. 

Anfraftuous, adj. njincfcl!(^t itmn,anfracheux. 

Anfractudlity, S. frunime , anfraflttcjfte. 

Angel, tin cngel; jef-cn €ngiifc^c fc^iUinge/tfwg-f; <^/* 

cbelins d'Angleterre. 
Angelica, t)eil. gciit-tBUrfi, angcUVa-ftJUt^/ angeliqne. 
Angiilicai, eugciifd), angelique., d''ange. My angelical 

miitriis, raeirt cngeljcn , meine fc^onfic , Ucb^C/ wow doux., 

mor. bel cnge. 

Angelot, cin »ierccfid^tcr Sfflnftoftfc^cr fafc, angelot. 

Anger, bcr Jprn , colire , paffion. To have anger, auijs 
gemac{>t/ 9cfcfl0U-:n nscrben, etre g-ronde., {reprl^ande.') 

To inger, ctrten etjwncn/ |tt \tm xdi^ui, facbcr. 

Angered, crjonit, fache. 

Ajigerl}', ir.griiv, jontig en cclere. To fpeak angrily 
CO one. Ci:icn fQ?cUC;V mmQ,^^, grQr,dn quelqaun. A 



12 ANG. ANN. 

fore that looks angrily, eitt (WthhUUX fdfdH , tnteplaye 
avec inflammatiun. 

'Angle, cfllC CCf C/ Citt ttJIUcFet/ angle. Angle, elit (titgel ; 
iXWt ttUgcl-'l'UtiJC/ haineqon., verge four pecher alallgne. 

To angle, attgeltl, pec her a laligne. P. To angle with 

a golden hook, tucl)v Dci'licrcii/ Pt)er bwuf tt)ent>cn/ oXi &- 

nCC QCVOinnCt / perdre p/us qu'on ne gagne. 
Angler, eiii atiglciv ^er fiifc^c mit bcr angel ia\\c,t, pecheur. 
Angliciihi, cine €nglifc^ereben^iart/ angiicifme. 

Angling, t>rt^ angcllt/ peche a la ligne. Angling-line, t\.f 
no angclfdjimr / une Hgne de pechcur.^ Anghng-rod , eioe 
flngcl-'tUt^C/ verge dc phheur ^ une Hgne. 

Angred, f. Angered. 

Angrily, f. Angerly. 

Angry, jomig/ nnget)altcn / fade. To make' one an- 
gry, einen tX^WCmw , facher quelqitun., le fa'tre mettre en 
co'lere. He is foon angry, er n)il'& klb tofC/ \mi XtidjU 

lid[) eriumet , i|l \o,^mmi ^at gefd)n)intie ftnncn / JJ eft 

promt., tl fc met facilement est co/ere. I am angry with 
myfelffor it, [ii) bin mir bcjJtt5C8Cn fclkl* %Xm\:je m' en fat 
mauva'is gre. Did I ever give you an angry word? 

hflbcic^ eud) tcma()l^ cin fcofe^ mxt segeOcn? vous ai-je 

jamais gronde ? 

Anguish, bicangfl/ not^/ angoljje^ detrejfe. 
Angular, ccfic^t/ angulaire. 

AngulfSiity, ecf it^te eigenfcf^afft/ ccf iaf eit/ angles. 
* Anights, bc^ nadjt^/ bet) nac^t-jctt/ /f ««/>, la nuh. 

Animadverfion, t»ic anntcrcFutig/ 0:>fer~vation, remarque. 
Animadverlive , e. g. The animadverflve facuit^r, bic 

ttatuvlic^c frafft ^ix^ai in betrac^tuiig 5U iie^men/ lafacul- 

te conjideratvice. 

To animadvert, etttja^ ttJfl'^rncl)mcrt/ l)eobrtd)ten/ on-- 

ntercEeil/ in ac^t neI)men/0'{/«'X'i'r, remarquer.,prendre garde. 
To animadvert a thing upon one, ctUcmettDa^ DCVTOeifcn/ 
DOr^altCH/ lorrocrffcn/ rep-ocher quelqiie chafe a quclqu'un. 
Animadverted, augetltercFt/ K. rejnarque., ^c. 

Animal, ciu leknt>tg tJiict/ mt Icbcn&ige creatut/ un 

animal^ une creature anhnee. Animal, A. tl^ici'ifd;/ IVa^ 
5a lebet Unb enipfin&Ct/ d'anhml., animal. 
Ajiimalclc, .9. cin t^icrlcin / petit animal. 

Animality , bic natfiritc^c ffafft obcr etgenr<$afft ctncr 
Icbcnbi^en cveatur juleben unt»5uemj)jiint)en/ faculti anl- 

ynale. 

To animate, ctwa^ bcfcelcn/ Icbcnbig ttioti&cn/ tl^m tae 
leben gcbcn; cincn anfrifi^cn/ anrciijcn/ flufmuntcrn/ i^m 

(in f)Cr8e niac^Cil/ donner la vie } animery encourager., exciter. 

. Animated, bcfcclct/ ba^ ba^ Icben cmpfangcn; nngefrt' 

fc^et/angereiBCt/ qui a nqeu la vie; anime.,e.xciti. 

Animating, t)(i^i bcfcelcil/ IC. l' affion d'anitner., d^c. f. 
To animate. _ Animating, A. anfl'ifd^cnb; UbcnbJg ma; 
ijijtw'ii; qui excite; qui anitne. 

Animation, s. bic belcbung, bag letcnbig-'iitacfKn eincr 

■ ftUC^ ini IcibC/ animation, I'a^ion d'animei: 

Animofity , bic |)tijc iti bc^auptuiKj ctiicr mcDMung; bic 
fcinbfcligfeit/ fciiibfc^afft, bee groU/ ^a9/ attimof/te. 
Anis, anif/ anis. Anis-leed, ani^^faanicn/ anis. 
Ankle, 4nkle-bone, bcr fnod^ei «m fup/ la cheville 

du pa. 
'Annalift, ein c^ronidPen-'fc^rcibcr/ gcfd^icOt-'ft^rcibcr/ nn- 

nalijle. 
Amials, cine c^ronicfc/ cin ja^r-'gcfi^ic^t-buc^, cin ja^r-- 

rcgillct/ jal)V''jCit-bud), annales, un livre d'annales. 

Annates, ba^ )d()rlii-^c cinfommcn ciiic^ lebigfle^enbcn 
lira^en-bieniK^/ annate. 



ANN. ANO. 
To anneaj, auf glfl^ itia^len ; mit 6^1 fatbetty 6f)k\hpe/,t~ 

dre en appret; huiler. 

Aqneaied, auf glaiJ semap ; mit i()l bcflrtc^ en, peint 

en appret ; huile., oint. 

Anncahng, ba^ ma{)(en flUfgla^/ K. I'a^ion depeindre 
en appret, &c. The annealing of tiles , bf?^ red?te brctt* 
ncn bei' bac^^Jtegel/ la maniere de hien fairs dcs tuiles. 

To amiex, etttsa^ jufammcnfugen/ an()en9en/ ^Inanffigcn;! 

annex er , joindre. 

Annexation, annex, cinanl^attg/ annexe. 
Annexed, angcl)engt/ angcfi'igt/ annexe. 
Annexing, btcanfugun{l/rt!ll)CHgeH/ I'ai^ion d'annexer. 

Anniented, adj. abgefc^afft/ m ungiiltig crfldi't/ ahll.^ 

annulle, ahroge, terme du palais. 

Annihilate, etnsaiJ uetniditcn, ju nie^te inadfK»/ JJcrbci?;^ 

ben/ Dertilgcrt/ aneantir, detruire. 

Annihilated, \\\ nid;tcgeniad)t/H'. aneanti. 

Annihilating, annihilation, \)h yernid;tun3/ f erbcrbimj/ 

aneanti (Jhneiit. 

Annis, f.Anis. 

Anniverfary , A. %xX\^ , \{\i nlte ja^r gefdjic^t/ annU 
verjaire. The anniverfary of a faint, \)<xi |di)rlid()C anben* 

cfcji/ Dbci; bcndljHic^e fctjcitag cinc^ i^eiligen/ Vannlver- 

faire d 'iin faint. 

i^nno Domini, im |al)r {T^rifli/ /V» de grace. 

Annotation, iU fluf5Ctd;nun9/ anmcrcrung/ annotation^ 
note, remarque. 

To amoimce, ctwfl^ vcvfunbigcii/ ju wtfen tl;un/ an- 

n oncer. 

Annoiinced, DerFunbtgcf/ annonce. 

To annoy , cincm fdjaben^ tictbni(5 ma^m, bcfdjwcrlic^ 
fetjn/ iT)n bcfc^obigcn/ beleibtgen/ nuire, incojmmder. 

Annoyance, itx \<i}Q.tt, uxt^xwih Had)t^c(l/ ba^ unrccl&t/ 
bic befdjdbigung/ belcibtgung/ dommage, prejudice, ton. 

Annoy'd, incommodift/ jc. incommode. 
Annual, ;d{)l'lid)/ annuel. 

Annually, bc^ ja^v^/ jcbwebc^ \o^x, M^rtlc^/ flUc /ai^r/ 

annuellcmen{. 

Annuitant, S. bcr |dl)r(td)crcnten clnjunci^men^at/^ow/?/- 

tutionaire, rentier, ou rentier a confitution. 

Annuity, cin idf)r(id}C^ Ctnfommcn/ /'e«/?(?» annuelle. 

To buy an annuity, cine lat^ve-rcntc Uilffm/ placer fon 
argent en conjiitutiun de rente. 

^To annul , ctroa^ JU nic^t mac^crt/ vcrnicf^tcn/ auf ()ebcti/ 

abfd^affen/ annuller, coffer, ahroger. 

Annulled, \\\ nid)t gcmac^t/ abgct^an/ jc. annullS. 
Anmdling, bic aufl)ebuna/ abfcOaffung/ba^tJcrnicOtcn/ jf. 

cajfation, abrogation, Paflion d' annuller, i^c. 

To anniunerate, ctwas barju rcc^ncn Obct JCl^lCtt/ lyjettre 
au nombre, conter parmi. 

Annumcrated, batJU gcrcc^ttct, contS parmi. 

Annuncikion, bicucrfunbignng/ I'annonciation. 

Anodinc, bo^ bcn fd^mctljCn XwMXi, jliUenb/ anodin, qui 
adoucit. 

To anoint, ctttJa^ falbcn/ fc^micrCfT/ fciben/ oindre, en- 
duire, froter. 

\To anoint one, cinen ^cfftig abprugcln/O/W/v quelqu'un 
d' huile de cot ere t, lui reptijf'er le buffle,Petrillerjle ruffir. 

Anointed, gcfalbct/ Ocfd)nucrt/ oint,enduit. Anoin.cd, 
.9. e. g. The ford's anointed, bCC gcfalbte bc^ S)iXX\\, /' 
oint du Seigneur. 

AntMnter, cin falbcr/ bcr \i<X {c<\\)tX, qui pint. 

Anomting, bic falbumi/ onflion. Anointing, A. c. g. 
anointing oyl, baiS falb'Ol/ huile d'tn^iun. 

Anoifance, 



ANO. ANS 

Anoifance, f. Nuifance. " „. . ...j. 

Anomalous, anomalar, nic^t rcaclmafl? / UrtOWentUCS?/ 
»a5i'0n bet Xi<'.:\ aumcis^t/ hreguller^ (inowal. 

Anou, alr.'ialb; iurthiat>e/ glctc9 ie^o, ^a^, tout a 
Vbeiire. Ever and anon» immct; allc aU3ClU)Ucf / « /o»/ 
7noment. , ^ /- 

Andnv-mous, unbcFanitf/ o^nbena^mt na^mcnlo^, betfcrt 

ttafirttC linbefamit/ anonyme. 

Another, cinanber/ citt an^cr/ tas anfccre/ tcr attbcrc/ 

*«?;-£'. un autrey I'autre. They coft me tv.ent)' shillings 
one mth another, fje fcfli'H iiuc^ allc jufammcti injtmfit^ 

ff illinge/ /A- OT«r cQUtentvingt cbcUns I'ltn portart I'autre. 
.:i things one with another, untcrf^icMic^C fiJd^cn 
..:; .:;:tTen oetfaUffe:! / vendre pluf.eurs cbofes enf:m!?le., ou 
pe/eme/e. Three days one after another, t>l*ci> tage tiac^ 
cinanbef/ ^>'0/V jours de fuite. One misforrane comes 
upon the neck of another, ti bCQt aUc}Ctt cirt lUiglucf bcm 
ai«t>crn tie. l^ant > cd fommt immer ciit unglui mii bem 

ontcril/ malbeur[ur mnlh<:ur, un malbsur ne vlent jamais 
feu!. You muft nor take that which is another's (ano- 
ther man's) i^rniujfet nti^t nchmeit/ n>a^ cmcm iintjem^U' 

gec)dret/ vous ne de-cez, pas prendre ce qui ejl a autrui. 
They differ one from another, d jft cin Unterfc^ciO Jtin'^ 
(dfCn i^nctl/ /A' different oiti-'eux. They contend one 
with another, fic diiputirctl/ |trcitC« mit ciliontcr/ Us for.t 
en dijpute. It is one thing to protnife, and another to 
pe>form,tJcr|>rccf}e!t unb ^alten i\inid)t cincrlco/ i/ pro- 
mettre &* /^j;//- font deux. One while he dos this, & ano- 
ther while that, 5alb t^Ut <C "^Q^it balb ICHC^/ /tf«/^f /V/tf// 

To anoy. Sec. f. To annoy, &c- 
Anfwer', einc HUtreert/ reponfe. 

To anfvver, antttorten/ ctwa* bcantttortcn/ ctnc antrcort 

baruitf <!CbC!I/ rep<jT,dre.^faire {rendre^ reponfe. To anlwer 

for one, fi'tr eitien biirgfi^afft leifhit, bucgc fenit o&cr trcc- 

beit/ repon.ire pour quelqu'un. To anfwer, fic^ Jllfiinimert 

fiitcfert/ fic§ rcimeti/ rtcffictT/ jic^ fc^icfcn ;U/ repondre^ s'ac- 
tordrr ., Je r.apporter. You can never anfwer that fault, 
t&r fount biefeti fester ntc^t ocrantreortett/ ucrt^cibigen/ 

coMi" ne fauriez jamais vous jujilfltr de cette faute. He 
anfwers the hopes that were entertain'd of him in his 
youth, er t^ut becjenijcn fluten tjoffimng cin gcaugcH/ fo 
XAm, vott i^m, ba cr :ioc^ )U!ig war, gcfc^opifet ^ottC/ // 

nmpUt les efperances.,q:tonc-3r.ceutdeluidansfajeune£e. 
Whether this be true or no, let my author anl'wer for'r, 
«b biefc^ D^br cbcr falfi^i fcp/ jtrciflc it§/ ic^ IfllT^ «^ ba{)tit 

^ebetl/ y? ceA? e^ vray ou nor,, je rrien rapport e. To anfwer 

again, repLicircii/ cine gcgcn-antwcrt fc^rcibeu, ma^c:i/ r^-- 
pliciuer. We have agreat deal to anfwer for, rcir tjvlbcit 
»icl jtt uerantwortcit/ nous avons un grand compte a tendre. 
T2us tashion anlwers feveral purpofes, biefc lUObc bicnct 
iu invicti fac^sn, fyit ctneu inclftUtigcrt nupcrr, ^ew^' wo^^ 
firt h phij^rv.y - .- A'K-r. Xo anfwer a debt, ctne fc^Ulb be^ 
la^lctt; bv .\ , pr.jiT une-dette ; Vajfeurer. To 

anhver^an _,-:.;., feiuc fdj.ult-iafdt atlegett, t^uft wa^ 
t\m lu iilbig ift 5u tljua; ctne njookbat uer|c^ulben, x'^c- 

qultta- d'un divolvy reconnoitre un bien fait. To an- 
fwer bluntly, fic^ gret^ tieranttrortctr, /*• rebequer. Mo- 
ney aniwers ail occafions, geib fan man t« alien nct^faU- 
IcngcbWUC4*ieiS/ I' argent fatisf ait a tautes fortes Jeneceffi- 
tez. 1 cabinet aniwerir-to my confcience, id} fan ti 
mit gatem genJlfcn nid^t t^Un,i.f nefaurols lefalre en 
ionue confclcr.ce. To anfwer in law for an another, fur 

max onticm uor getic^t erfc^cinw, eom^aioitm tnjujilce 



ANS. ANT. aj 

pour un autre. I have this only to ans\rer for m^ felf^ 
t^ ^abc nut bicfc? %\x mciicr cntfc^ulbigung m\\\\\x^xzvi, 
je n'ai autre cbofe a dire pour m'excufer. 

Anfwerable , b.irattf man (tnttrcrtcn fan ; ttt ffir etroa^ 
^thit, ber ba rtltJni^: i^ ttwM \)\::x^v.v:i^tivx cberrcc^eit* 
J^aift batJptt \\x gcbc.n glcto-.-orini-, fc.^^ f!(^ rctntct ober 
fd^icfct/ tf quo! I" on pe-utrepondre\ refponfable\ conforme., 
qui a du rapport. 

l-\nfwerablenefs, \iQA 'jurararaenircimctt/ btc glcit^fcrniig* 

fcit/ rapport.,c<)nformlti. 

Anfwerabiy, gcmap/ %\i\d), glci(^ \aki slci^fctraig, cct>- 

formement. 

Anfwered , beantttortct, K. a quoi Pon a repondu^ &c. 

S\nf\verer, bet ia antraortct/ qui repor.d. 

Anfwering,ba^ ttntttJOttCt!/ K- Vaeiion de repcndre, &c. 
\. To anfwer. 

lAnt, cine amti](f fiurmi. An ant's hole (neft) ant's- 
hillock, ^t-hiil , cin amcifcn^'iufe / "^ fourmilUere. 

An't pleafe you, f. And. 

Antagoniil, ein gcgitcc / aiberfad^etA ■gegetit^eil/ mtago- 

nifle., adverfaire. 

Antarftick, roa^ gcgctt ben fubcr* pot gclcgen ijt/ antar- 

^ique. 

Antecedent, S. t>a^ tjor^crgc^enbe/ uct^ergegangcne, /' 

antecedent. 

Antecedaneous, antecedent, A. ucr^Ctge^cnb/ eate' 
cedent. 

Antedate, cm datum btti jungcT \^ aB e^ fcijR \^% eitt 
junger tag=Dcrjcic^!ii§/ antldate. 

To intedate, cttijungct tag;t)cr;cic^m'§ auf etita^fefien/ 
\iai datum tetdnbcttt uiib fruf)er feficn , antldater. 

lAjitedated, ju fty^i datircty antidati. 

Antelope, f. Antilope. 

Antepart, dxi ficrfc^macf/ avantgout. 

Antliem, citt gcjaitg jrcc^er c^orc/btc gegertcmanbcrfiip 
gen, cin uetficirl uor cber iia^ cinem rfalni/ antlenne. 

Anthonians,.y.orbC!TSieute bed ^eiLAj«:onii,/f«o»/«/, 
rellgicux de S. Antoine. 

S. Anthony's fire, bic refC/ lefeu S. Antoine. 

Anti-chamber, m pccgcmuc^/ i)orjinimcr; tBart-'iimmcr/ 

antlchambre. 

Antichrilr, bcT antfc^rtff/ antecbrlfi. 

Antichnilian, anti(^ciitif($/ n>tcben^riiHi(^/ antlchrhlen. 

AntichriftiSlwixn , \ixi antic^riitcnt{)UlU / 'antlcbrijiia- 
nlfme. 

To anticipate, ct'itcm ccrfomnicn/ {nt)cr!cmmcn/ cttua^ 
j oorfter obcr juoor tftun, xi&.vxm, antldpcr. 

Anticipated , bcm mail ucrgefoimueny oorausgenommciT/ 
I ccrauJgetban/ antldpe. 

Anticipating, bte oorfontntung/ %oA owfcmmcn/ ration 

d'antlciper. 

Anticipation, bit tjotfommung/ jrajorfonnnaiig / antici- 
pation. 

Anticipator, bcr ba CCrFCttimt/ qui anticipe. ' 
Antidate, f. Antedate. 

Antick, S. tmas iihr^alte^/ tin alt f!«(f/ cine aUt^dje/ 

une antique y une aiuiquaitle. He is a meer antick, ec 
in ein reciter picfel^ering , gaucfler/ I)ef;nant/ c'ef} un ba- 
te ku-r, un veritable efcaramouche. Antick, antique, ^. 
alt/ U^r-^alt/ Idc^crtic^/ fcteant/ ancun., amlque ., grotes- 
qui. To dance anricks, pc^irdc^/ fcl^aiH, Obcr Idc^Ct^ 
ltd)/ nac^ bet nlten Itcife tOn^tl/ danfer grotesquement ., 
a I'antique. Antick-wdrk, (anticks) ehl btib cbct fi^nc?- 

RKrcf oac^ ^ ttltfii art/ genw^lbe pctt i<l^amcn figti? 



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rctt / figure de Jcul^ture ou de feint ure a V antique , gro' 
tasques. 

'Aiiticor, f. Antocovv. 

i\nti-courtitT , S. t)cr bent ()of JUWibCf i(l / cnnetnt de 
la cour. 

Antidote, cttt ifiK\\\txs^jAx'o , citte arfeetien w{'i>a ^i^t/ cin 

gtSCtl'Siftt/ antidote^ frefa^^atif, contrepoifon. 

To antidote one, tcmanb ein ((ectcn-giift ober prdfcrw? 

tVO gebfitl/ donner un prefovjativ a quelqii'un. 

Antidiluvians, t)k, fo t)Or &cr fuut>jlut^ gclcM/ fWAr qui 
vivcient avant le deluge. 

!Antilope, antili^p / (cill TOilbc^ t^ter/) girzelle. 

Antinxonarchical, \mi mHx t>te lJH>uarc|ic \^i oppofe au 
gouverncment monarchiquc. 

Antimonial, aiitimouwitfc^ / wtt fpte^gUti gentac^t/ d' 

Hnt'imoine. 

Antimony, t>a^ fptc|?gla§/ anti7no'me. 

Antipathy, cine antipathia, ot»cr wtbermdi'tigfeit bee na- 
tufllcl)cn eigettfdjafTteti / cttic natuv{lcf;t fdiit)fcf;afft / cin iia? 

turlic^er l)a§ / amipathie. 

The anripendium of an altar, bcr fOrbeM^cU eiuc6 al- 
tar^/ /f dcvant d 'un autel. The antipendiums, bic fc^aaitt- 
glicbcr etllC^ mattttC^ / Ics parties naturelles de Phomme. 

Antipcriftafis, S. flireit jTOcncr tuibcrnjflrti(}Ctt eigenfc^aff; 

tCtt/ \)\k cine nac^glebet/ antiperijiafe , combat entre deux 
cbofes^y ott rune cede a T autre. 

Antiphrafis, or Antiphrafe, 5". eitlC UerMutttte rcbetJ^* 

ort/ ba ba^ tvibcrfpicl bcjieti/ fo %i\^ii ucrftaiibcti tvirb/*^?;- 

tiphrafe., irojiie. 

Antipodes, bie antipobe^/ blcjeitt'cicn jb gerabc unter 
untj mWw unb i()rc fuffe gegcn utifere fujfc ^Irecf^ii/ /^j 

mntipodcs. 

Antipope, eIn i^egeit-pabji / antipape. 

Antiquary, cin licM)abcr filter fac^Cll/ un antiquaire. 

To antiqaate,ctroa^abbtiu9cn,abfc^ajfcn/ auft)ebert/ ^^o- 

ru\ abroger. 

Antiquated, abgefc^afft/ alt/unacbrrtuc^lic^/ abon.,vieux, 

qui ejlhoj-s d'ufage. An antiquated beauty, eitt betagtC^ 
fc^OUC^ ICCib/ itne beaute furannee. 

Antique, f. Antick. 

Antiquity, ba^ alter, ba^dtertfjunt/bteattcn/ anti quite. 

Antifcorbutick, adj. isffubjl. \:,(^^ jvibcr beti fc^arbocf be-' 

H)el)rt ift/ bon centre le fcorbut. 

Antithefis, eill gegeil-fiifc / antithefe. 

Antitype, ein gcgenbilb, ober xoo& ben typum erffitlety 

antitype. 

Antlers, bie jungen Corner ober cnben am geroc^^ cine^ 

jungcn t)irfc^cn/ andouilkrs {des betes fauves.") Brow-ant- 
lers, tik untcrn Corner ober cuben am fclben gc{penf)e/ 
fnattres andouillers. Sur-antlers , bear-antlers, bic untC- 

ren l)orner ober cxMWi fur-andouiilers. 
Antocow , anticor, etnc rutibc fcurige gcfc^tvnlfi an ber 

brUil cifte^ pfcrbe^/ avant-cceur ., anticoeur. 

Anvil, ein ambof?/ enclume. A rifing anvil, cin ambof 

einc^ gclbfc^micbe^ mit jtpet) ftornent / ur,e brgome. 

Anxiety, bie au^ft, baugigf eit/ bef ummermf?/ ber fummer, 
anxiete., chagrin. The anxieties of philofophy, bie fd)\V\u 
lit]f eitcn bet philofophie, les epines , les difficult cz de U 
philofopbie. 

Anxious, (Jngflltc^ / Doller angfl/ forgfi^Uig / befummcrt/ 

chagrin., inquiet. Anxious cares, for^Ctl , bic angft Unb 
fUtnmer OCrurf.K^en/ des foins inquiets , cbagrinans. An 

anxious fearch, cin m^^famc^/ forgfaltisfo nac^|uc(?en/ une 
recherche e^insufe. 



ANY. 

Any, ctwa ein/ eintgerlew, eincr, iemflnb/ einlfler/einfiigef/ 
tegliclKf/ iebtDcber/ iebcrman/ wcr e^ aucl) ftp, allcrlcn, qtiei- 

qu'un., aucun., tout., qui que cefoit. Any thing, fiiic^/ ti 

fet) n)fl^ e^^ rooUc/ mi ti auc^ immer fc»)n mag/ andqus 

chofe, quoique ce foil., tout. Is there any hope ? fan mat! 
flCl^ auc^ eilie ^OffniUtg macf)en ? y a-t-il quelqne efpcmis- 
ce? Will you have any thing with me? rcollt i^rjunitr? 
roollt il)r mir etjra>^ fagcn? cerlangt i^r etroaef be^ niir ! 
avez vous quclque chafe a me dire ? voulez vous me par- 

/er? In any place, an Irgcub einem ortC/ flllcntt)albert/ 

fibcrall/ e!t quelque lieu., par tout. Any where, trgenbltJO/ 

m irgenb citiem ortC/ cs fct> mo e^ tvoUc, en quelque //?», 
oit que cefoit. Any whither, trgcnb^irol)in/ an irgcub einem 

ort/ allcr Orten/ C^ fct) {t)Ol)in C^ mWt, quelque quart, par 

tout. Any where elfe, fonft irgenb^TOO, m dwtxw a'.\\)an or> 
tt, ti fc!) IPO e^ IPOlU/ en tout autre lieu. Is there any 
(ziry nian, any one, any body) that will undertake it* 
tt)tU es temari auf flC^ ncljUtcn? y-a-t-il quelqu'un qui 
vueillc rentreprendre '■' Do you know any man that un- 
derftands it? ipi|Xetif)riemanb/ bcrC'JPerftebct? connoiffhi 
vous quelqu'un qui s'y entende ? 1 know mot any one of 'em, 

id) fcnnc feinen unter ii)ncn,je n'cn comtois aucun. Any 

body but you, ctn lebtPfbcr/ au^gcrtommenihr/ tout autre 
que vous. His purfe is open to any one, er ijl frcttaebtg 
gegen iebcrman / fa bourfe ejl ouverte a tout le nwnde. If 
I hear any thing, fo ic^'POn Ctwa^ Hvc, /t j'apprms la 
moindre chofe. If he be any thing slack to revenge, fo CP 

ettt)a«5 langfam jur rac^c ijl / s'H n'c(l pas fort porti a lit 

vengeance. If it be any thing hot, fo c^ aucf) nur im gc* 
ringficn l)CtC' [{tis'ilejl tant foit peu cbaud. Do you think 
he is any thing the wifer^ mci)net i^t , baiJ cr tm iXimm- 
|le;t flligcr WOrbcn? penfez vous qu'il en foit plus fage^ 
Is he any thing the richer for it? foltc cnPO$lbCJ!tPegctt 
etrea^ niC^r t)aben? en eji il pour cela plus riche? Any 
thing of a gentleman would fcornto do fo, c^ i|tfeilicf»r' 

bai'cr mann / ber fic^ nicljt fc^amcn njurbe fotchcs \\\ thun, 

// n'y a point d' bonnet e honnne , qui n'efit honte de faire 
cela. He is as learned as any one, cr ifl fO gclci)rt ali 
icmatlb \m\ mag/ // cfi auffi f avant que pas un. 1 faiJ 
nothing that any man (any one) can take offence at, i(^ 

l)abe \\\d}Xi gerebet/ "^^M tcmanb ubel aufiicl)mcn Fonte, .;<-• 

n\ii ricn dit dont perfonne puijje s' off'enfcr. Jf libcr^liry 
will do it, I shall not come short of any,fo C^anbcrfrci)' 
gebig!cit liegt/ roerbe ic^ nicmanb bariiiuen etreaiJ nac^ge- 

bett/ s'il ne tient qu^a donner., jc ne fcrai pas des dernier s. 
1 underftand not any one word, ic^ Per|lcl)C tlic^lt t\\\ CtH^ 
Ijig l»ort,.;V n'entens pas un feul tnot. Hemuft be there, 

if he be anv where, cr muf? U fci)n ; er fan nirgcttb^ m^ 

ber^ fetjn/ it faut qu'Ufoit III ; // tiepeut etre que la. He 

is as drunk as any thing, er l)at ficJ) ganlj ooll gcfoffcn/ // 

eJi tout a fait foul. * Any thing will go down with hini, 

er fan allc^ mit mac^en; er mad^t fi»f fcin gctpiffcn tiber 

ctipa^; Cm\\> sumetlcn) er fan alle^ cjten utib trijicEcit/ er 

nimmt mit allem uorlieb/ // »vy? rien qu'il ne faj/es ilefl 

homme a tCItt faire; lltreuve ttut bon; il avaktoutj^cn 

parlant du manger & du boire.) Come at any time, oc 

you shall be welcome, fommt IPCUn ii)r ttjollct, unD ifir 

foUt aflicit IPillfommen fcnn/ vcnez quawd vous voudnz., 

iff vous ferez toUjours le bicn venu. If at any tunc I 

sliould come to be fo happy , tpcrtrt tc^ iemi^l)H Wcrbc fo 

fllucffelig ^t^n,fijamais ilm'arrivoit d'etre _fibeureux. Any 

I how, ei^ I'd) auf roa^n^eife e^rcollcy^ quelle maniae que ce 

[foit. Do it any how, t\)\xU, tpie i^r ttJOUct/ faites le com- 

1 mc vous vtudrez. Aiiy more , mcl)r / flfs , d' avant age. 



APA. APO. 

ril not buy any more, i«^ will tlid^t ttlC^C fauffcit/.;V nen 
veux plus achcta-. If you provoke me any more, tt»0 \%X 
mid) nw'tcr crjunut. nod) etiniiabl H\t\i\%tl,fivous mlr- 

7 hex darcar.tage. Witliout any more ado,- O^JlC fo Did 
tt«feil/ C^nc fcriicrc ntU^C//fi»J ?«,-;/ defaqon^ fans autre 
forme lie [rroctz. Any farther, TOcitCC/ plus loin. Will 
you any farther? iDoUt ihrrocltcr gef:cn? voulezvousalkr 
flus loin > He deny'd. that he had any farther orders, et 
faiitC/ t'aB er fcinc anticre orbre cntrfottgcn/ /'/ dit qujl 
rfavoit point reread' autre ordre. Any longer, \\\t\fc, Idn- 
get/ tvcitcf/ />/«J"- I vill nor put you off any longer, ic^ 
tuill CUi^ litest mc^r abweifcn / je ne veux plus vous rt- 
tncttre. Have you any other? \^<x\ii Ihr ant'd'C ? en avez 
vous d'dutrcj} Did you think any other? {)abt t^r betltt 
borait geur^Hifclt ? en doutiez vous ^ Take any, uct)mct ei^ 
WH/ Dcr(ct!ic, fcic) cud) gcfnllt; btejcntgcn fo eiic^ gcfalUn; 

RJO^ CUC^ bcUcbt/ prenez celui (^celle, ceax , celles^ que 
vous vondrcz. Ill take any, i^ rcill tlidjt flU^lcfcn/ ic^ 
roiil CriDU;^ biU»On licfimcil / C^ fcp tVt^^ C:^ fci) , jV prendray 
queloue ce fort. Without any great trouble, cbnc DJcl 
raubc, fans beaucoup de peine. In cafe there be any ne- 
celfit)' for it, int fall fo H Dotiiiotl)cn fctjr, foUc/ f« r^j- yx/' 
il y ait de la neceffite. Nor did any wind blow, but 
what w^s agiiinft us, \\\\\i (^ gicng feiii muh, t>a uii^ iiic^t 

Cntgcgcn gctDCfctt tJSdre/ et il ne foujla point de vent,, qui 
ne nous fut contraire. Nor was there any but one by, 
e5 \x>xt mid? ntcraanb inc^r iugcacH/ «ld tiur cine rerfon, (^ 

meme il n'y avoit la , qu'une perfonne prefente. There 
was never any doubt made of it, man ^at IlumaHa bar? 
an gcitBCtffclt, on n'en a jamais doute. While there was 
any treating of peace, fo latig aU niiltt »om fricbcu {>an' 
t»elrC; pendant qu'on tfaituit de la paix. 

Apace, gefdjitJtnbc, bc^cnb, burttg/ vite, vitt-ment. It 
rains apace, e^ rcgtJCt fund, ilpUut furt. Night wears 

apace, t)tc nac^t hat fkt talb i»erlof)rcn/ bcc tag bric^t ati/ 

la nuit s'en va finir, le jour approche. 

Apiid, ;u fricben / ocr^nuqt / content. Well apaid, roobl 
iu frictcn , content, fatisf ait. li||^aid, iifccl ju fnebeH/ 

Apart, ben \dt, (ibfonbcrlic^/ befbnbcr^/ apart, a ctte. 

Apartment, ctil jilltmcr, gcmad^/ appartement. 

Ape, ecu \i,^t I faige . * To be one's ape, to ape one, 
icmant? tiaciiafpctl/ etre le Jtr.ge de quelqu'un, I'imiter. 

P_. The higher the ape goes, the more he shews his 
tail, te ^o^cr ciii utitud^ti^cr itdgct , it mct)r icmt cr fctnc 

fc^njfld)C/ plus Icftnge s'eicve,plus il decouvre fon cul pele. 
c'efti dire, que les dignitez ne fervent, qu'i fairc voir 
le ridicule de ceux , qui n'en font pas dignes. 

Apeak, or Apeek (in J>cr f«ifal)rt) grubc trubcf/ grabe 
rrn-i.tcr, a /)/^ 
lAppennage, f. Appenage. 
Apsrtly, offentli^; frep tjcrau^/ o^nc ft^cu, apertemem, 

»aut Client. 

Apex, bar oberfle t^eil ci«c^ timci, bcr gipffet, bie (pint, 

fornm.t. 

Aphoriiln, eia aphoriCnus, furfier fpruc^, obcr mac&t^ 

frruci) , aphorijme. 

Apish, nadjajfcnb/ oHe^ nac^mad^cnb wie cin a^t,l>adin, 
qui fait mille fr.geries. An apish trick, fin aff^n-fpifl/ 
a ften-'pcfjen/ narrc rt,'p offcn, fmgerie. 

Apishly, tt5ic cilt aifC/ badinement. 
Apishnefs, eine aifeil-'art , humeur badifie. 
Apocalvps , bic Cffcnbrtrung 3c^«ntu^ , apocalypfe. 

Apdwlypucal-(tf4) beait, \i^^ t^^p in fe^f offcnbanutg 



APO. APP. 



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^ofianni^/ /« hete dont Hefl fait memion dans I'apifca- 

lipfe. 

Apocrypha, bie libri apocryphi in \)it %[bt\i les apt- 
crypbes. 

Apocryphal, in bcrt apocryphis cnt^altCtt/ apocjyphe. 

Apogeon, apogee, ^a^ apogjeum cber bie M^^t ent' 
feruung ciiiea i?la»ctcn »on bcr crbc/ /jf/>:?f^V. 

Apologer, ber cine fcfeufiifc^ritrt ober fc^ufi^rcbc mac^t/ 

apologijie. 

Apologetick, ctnc jc^uf -rcbc / fc^uP-fc^nfft. tieraiitwor- 

tung , apologetique, difcours ou livre qui contient uue aprt- 
logie. 

Apologecical , apologetick , ju ctnct ueranfttjortuitg gC' 

^Ori(?/ apologetique. 

Apologift, bet cm tjcrantroortung mac^t, apologifle. 
To apologize, citic fd^uH-ff^riift/ f^^ufi-rebc/ ocrantwor- 
tung mac^cti, fdjrcibeti, ucrtbeibigcn , \>ixmtvc>t:Ui\ , faire 

une apolugie, defendre , juflijier. To apologize for one's 

feU", fic^ ycruiiticortcn , fcinc fcl)ufi-rcbc mac^cO/ parler en 

fa propre defenfe^faire fon apolo^ie. 

Apologue, tine fa5cl/ etn gc5td;tC/ «» apologue, um 

fable. 

Apology, einc fc^HB-'rebC/ fc^ufi-fc^rtift/ wcrantaortuufl/ 

apologie. 

Apophthegm, etit apophthegm.a, cine bcitcfrourblgc tt^ 
bC/ eirt fur^cr runbcr fi?nic& emce toii)'iii manner / apo- 
phthegme: 

Apopleftical, uont fc^lagc gcru^rt/ gctroffen/ bcmfclbat 

UntCnV'Orr^Crt. apopkflique. 

Apoplectick, 5um fdjUiac gcborig ; rotbcrben fc^lag btctt^ 

Itcft, apuple^ique ; boncontre I'apoplexie. 
Apoplexy, bcr i&)\M, fc^lag-flUH/ apoplexie. 
Apoltacy, bcr abfall, apcjiajie. 

Aportate , cin abtrunnigcr/ obgcfallcncr/ apofiat. 
Toapdiiatize, abfalUn, t»om roa^rcn glaubcn cAixhis 

nig Wcrbcn, apoffa/ier. 

ApdiUe, ct:i apo^cl/ bct^C, apStre. 

Apoftleship, apo'ftolate , \i(ii amt Ctnc^ apoftcl^/ apo- 
flolat. 

Apoftdlical, apdftolick, ajJOftolifdJ/ apofiolique. 

Apoildlically, (juf Ctnc aj?ortcltf«J^C art, apojhdiquement. 

Apdilrophe, ct;i apollrophus, btnterltrlc^ , apcftrophe. 

To apditrophe a word, cin njert apoftrophirc'5 / ci'JCU 
apoftrophum brubcr \tWX, mettrc une apojhophe fur 
un mot. . 

Apdlhime, f. Impoftume. 

Apdthecary , cin apotftcifcr / apoticaire. An apotheca- 
ry's shop, citie apot^C«fC/ une apoticairerie. * To talk 

like an apothecary , rcbcn nai mbtt gel)aucn no(^ gciU- 

C^cn lit/ parler fans rime ni raifon. 
Apothegm, f. Apophthegm. 

i^pozeme, cin decorum, trancf/ gcfodjtc arfee«c9 t>on «; 
fincrt/ frdutctn/ ;c. apozeme. 

+ To appiir, &c. \. To impair, &c. 

t Toappile, appill, cincii ctfd^rccfcn, Hctc^ ntacf?cn, f/- 

frayer, fain palir de pcur. 

•f Appalled, erfd;rocf«l/ crtlCtC^t/ ejfrayeiqui palit dt 
penr. 

Appanage, f Appennage. 

Apparel, ^ii fictb , \>it fletbung/ jun'tflung ; bie vctbtti.-- 

bang Ctncr rounbC/ bcrbanb, vetement, habillement; appa- 
rel I, en termes de chirjrgie. To be in a white apparel, 

n)ci§ gcfltibct fc^B/ tin njci^ flcib anbaM/ etre vetu de 
klanc 

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To appSrel, tirteft fteifceit/ vetlr. 
Apparelled, (»cf(ctt)Ct/ "-'fiu- 

Apparent, au^enfcOcinlic^/ offen^at/ beutltc^/ Utt<)ej»eifV 
felt; Dcumei^uct/ ncci)fle/ (nacl^ flllcm uernmt^en;) i^or a\u 
flcn fll)tttebcnl); tniwcnt"/ apparent, evident -, prcjomt'if , 
prccbe; hnminent, ' 

Apparently, flugcnfc^CtnU(^/ Xi^,mHt, UqX, t>CUtlt(^, fip- 
parejninent , evideimne-fjt. ' 

Apparentnefs, Dcr fc^citt/ ttc Rati^eit/ t>a^ anfc^cii/ fr^'- 
dence, clc.rte. 

Apparition, t)te crfc^dtiung / t)a^ 3Cfi(^t/ flcfpctl|l/ oppn- 
rhiov, v'tjion , Spectre. 

Apparitor, ctu tl)^r bfitcC/ fJaM-fttcd^t/ 9enc^ti?'t>icncr/ 

appar'itcur, bedeau, biujjlcr. 

Apparlsynent, \i(\.^ eermut^cit/ t»ic wa^rfd;cinltcl^Fcit/ np- 

pgyence, prvbahU'ite. 

Appaid, f. Apaid. 

Appirtment, f. Apartment. 

To appeach, &c. f. To impeach , S:c. 

Appeal, cine appellation, bcrufiuig C&CC Dcjicf)nUi? fiUf 
tincn ^c&erti ric^tcr; cute anflagetcr mi^^\\\^i%miappcl, /ip- 

pellation ; accufation. Without iurther appeal, O^llC allc 
"appellation, fans appe/, en dernier 7-effort. 

To appeal, appellirctt/ fit^ (scruffeit/ fid) bejic'^cn auf/ <•« 

eppcllcr. To appeal, ^. citlCll ailHrt^ert/ «Ilfic6t'«/ fcinc 
mitfciJHltigcn Sfcilfcoreil/ accufer, decouvrir fes cump/ices. 

Appealed, atigetla^t/ K. acaife, decouvert. 

Appcalant, appealer, t)ci' ba appelliret/ appelant. 

Appealing, bic appellation, t)a^ appeilifttt/ BCl'f lagctt/ fltt^ 
febCil/ JC. •J/'/'^/, V action d'appeler, d' accufer, q^fc. 

To appear, fc^ctneiT/ erfc^cjiieu/ fid} f;l)cn la(|c!t/ fi(^ jet- 
gen; cr'.jtilen ;' fif^ »or gcric^t iti'iXtix,parutt7-e,fci}iontrcr; 

appnroitre^; fe prcfentcr , comparoifre. He has a mind 
t.) appear in print, ttMt lufl f((^ ttJ brudP fei)CH 511 lafjVil/ 
ttma^ \)iX<X\Xi iu acbeil/ i/ a envie defefaire iniprimer,ila '. 
envie de devenir auteur. To make appear, bciVCifeU/y^""- 
re paroitre. To appear for one , fur Icmailt) bitr^C \tWi 
«rf(^cincn/fetnC V«rt^Ct> \)a\tin/ compuroitre pour quelqu'un, 
prendre fon parti. To jppear againft one, ft(^ etttClW of« 
f?nrltd) raifcerfcijcn/ fi'iu aegner fep:!/ s'oppofer a qiielqu'm, 
fe porter partie contre lui. The beard begins to appear 
on his face, fcin Hxt gudt "^evau^/ fdnAt (Jii Stt Wrtd^fcii/ /« 
barl?e commence alui poindre. This hope made a lingu- 
lar joy to appear in his eye, bicfc {)0fFnun9 \pxt cillC foit^ 

tcrbarc freufce in fcliien aaneit taurfadjct/ otcr fpurcn laf* 

fcrt/ frtftf efperance avoit peiut dam fes yea x une joye Jin- 
guliere. It appears, e^ iji offettbrtF/ C^ cr^tUct/ C^ fdjcitiety 
(^ IftCt ftC^ anfcJ)«lt/ // /i/>/)fr/, il paroit. 

Appearance, ticv f(f}cm/ flttffcvUc^cr fc^clii/ tic tu^ifcfieiV 
lic^fcit; ier f(^cm/ womanfc; beraufjuc;, ble ttufful)r«ng; 
lit crfc^ctnunij (ucrgcrt^tc;) t)cr julaafF/ bjc Dcrfaimnluiig 

fiber nWtiflC bC^ OOlcfS/ apparence, e.stericun frobabinte; 
parade , y^a;-^ ; comparution i concvurs , uJJ'emblee. At 

iirft appearance, <x\\\m%l> %\t\6) , cnt attfanac/ im ciftcn (in- 

fi't)en, ba ef fiC^ iUCtfi ^ewor t^at/ <?« cvvimcncement, d'a- 
bord, to-'.t a coup. Default of appearance , tVCnn ni«n 

««f bc!i bcitimmten Xo.o, ni^t evfc^eiHci', ^f//?«^- 'i'o enter 

inra bond for appearance, [Jd^ fcfjvirptlid} Vcrbtnbctl, bftf' 
man ttt geridJtC crfd;cineil tVill/ s'^bLiger petrhrit decom- 
par&itre en juflice. To make one's appearance in 
i-oiirt, furgcn"d>te erfc^cmen//e«v c&mparmion en juflice. 
He makes a fmali appearance at court, cr hiSt fid; jU I)Of< 
in fcUKi:> gtOffen aufin^e fcl)en> H-^e fait pas grande fi- 
gure a la com\ The day of appcaiaucc, bft bcirinmU? tiij?/ 



APP. 

ba man erfc^cmcn mu^/ lejour auquel^m h aff'tgni acom- 
paroitre. 

Appeared , crf<^tCttC« / JC. c'et le preterit, du verbe To 
appear. 

Appearing, \i^% crfcficttien/ ?f. Paclien de paroitre, isfc. 
f. To appear. 

To appcafe,^ bcfrieblgcn/l^iUeiT/nillbcrti/ltnbem/ be- 

fdupgen/ bcgutigeil/ Vafe^lIClI/ appaifer, calmer., cd- 
doucir. 

Appcafed,vbcfn'e&igct/ gcfiillCt/ K.appaiu; calme. 

Appealing, bUiJ j^iUcH/ 2C. I'a^ion d' appaifer,- i^c. 

Appellant, f. Appellor. 

Appellation, W, M\\\\m%, bec na'^lttc; bl'c appellation,. 
nom ; appellation. 

An appellative, cttt gemeinc^ ncttn-'Wort/elJft: nn^^me/ fo 
inckn blngett sufommt/ mm appeHatif. 
Appellee, elnct bcv vcfElrtgt cbcr angcgcben njutbctt/ //?; 

accufi, 

Appellor,appellour, m fibcUMtcT/bei* fei'tie mitfcf^nlblgcij 

Uerrdtl)/ «»; crimijiel qui decouvrc fes complices. Appel- 
lor, Sppellour, appellant, t>t'C icmattb »)CraU'JfCl'bert/ celui 
qui appelle quelqu'un en duel. 

To append, V. A. an^angcn/ attfiiangcn/ <M fa^ucn lit 

bictcmpcl, fufpendre, attacher. 
.Appendage, f. Appendix. 

Appendant, aill^angetlb/ iUgel^OViS/ dependant, acces- 
foire. 

Appendix, H^ jitge'^or/ flngck'ubC/ bcr jiifa^/ bic jugabc/ 

bcr rttl^fttig/ une appartenance,appaidicc,fupplcment. 

Appermage, appanage, v>\\ Iflnb/ gut t"^er ()CJ:rfd)flfft/ fo 
m\ i,!crr fctucii iun.qficn fo^nen, cbcr fciiicti briibcni ju il}- 
tcr uiitcrf)flUung ei\ienti)umliif» %k\!X, app<^i'-(tge. 

To appertain, iitgd)C'rcn; juftdllbig fct)ll/ appartcnjr. 

Appertinance , bnei iugc^or, iugri)^ntng/ appdnenance. 

The appertinance of a lamb , bte fttlbrtUnCH/ ba^ einge* 

mxHi unb bet fcpff/ fujfc , gcfrofc/ jc. dues lanuitc-J/ {//Ivr 

d^agneau, les eittrailles, ^ les extremitez d'un agnc.^tu. 

Appetency, \:)i<i. \i^j^t)i , Hi yctlangCJl/ appetit, de- 
Jtre. 

Appetite, bietegktbC/ bn^ tjcrlangcii; Utff iu cff«n; ber 
(juuger, appetit/ appetit. 

Appetitive, bcacfsteub/ I'Crtaiigcnb/ qui appete, qui de- 
fire. The appetitive faculty of the foul, biebegctjrunae;; 
frafft bcr fcelC/ r appetit concupifdhle de I'ame. 

To applaud, ittdai it^ lobctt/ biUigcU/ npplsudir a, 
lo'uer. 

Applauded, gdcbt/ gcbillf?^t/ applaud!. 

Applauder, bet/ bic H bilUgt cber lobct/ «/«/* {pt: cellt) 
qui applaudit. 

Applauding, b(tf lobcn/ bidigeil/ 2f. applaudiJJe7nent,Va- 
flion d'aprplaudir , (iS'c. 

Applaufe, Hi lob/ bct be^fall/ bi<r tillfgnng/ gpplandif- 

fement, approbation. 

Apple, cin apffcl/ pomme. The apple of the eye, bcr 
«ug-npffcl/ /'7/>?'««e/A' ^'cf/V. Appk -parings, bic ftbgt' 

{<i)X\im\Mn S^T^df\&i(i\tW , pelures dc ponime. * Apple- 
fquire, eitt ^pifel-fammlci"/ dpffci^cfei* / cuellUur de pom- 
mes. Apple-tree, cin apffcl'binm?/ un pommier. Appie- 
mongcv , bet npffd »crf lUiffct / fruitier. Apple-woman, 
cine ob(t-octfdujfcnU//r«/>/V?<?. Apple-lofr, cin ctt/ b« 
mrtH apffcl tJCnPiTfircty lieu vh ronferre les fruits ,frui- . 
tefie. Applc-xoafter, cin Wd) , batfluf UUIU flpffcl \>X<if 
tct, fommier. Apple -coar,.bei:. ft^b^ eiltCtJ «t^ffcW> /<? 
trognort. 

Appli- 



A P P. 

AppHjible, applicable, I'.: " il'ett cbCT fltrtJuflJ^Ctl 

tiet/tjav^ ud) t>^\l \a>idttt, c fuglic^/ applicable, 

qui s'.r o.:./:<e, qui ff pcut appr.^uir y conforme. 

y\p';iL--ian, Me iufuguiig/ iuciatuittg; tic dmfigfat/ 
flcfir'r.i'^cir. ^-^trciition. To irake ones application to 
one, [iv\\:>-^ li.li jlbUc, bcpft-Jui) cjjcr rat^ anfprci^cn/ feinc 
JUfJUujt jU i^m ne^mm/ s'addrejjlr a quelqu'uny avoir re- 
coups a lui. 

To apply, itm?' appllcircit/ CtttflC |uri(^tcn, t)aC5U fv^i- 
4tm, ki^ucnien; ^iiuunigcu; o,iif^cae!i; jufd^iiibcii / ju* 
ctJiJcn; cfj^ctcn; auf fict) jic^cif/ taitcii/ /^/^--^Vafr. To 
apply one's felf to Ibmething, fici} fluf Ctwa^ IcgctI/ bc^ 
|lci§lt?eil / K. appiiquer^ a queique cbofe. To apply one's 
lelf to one, citicii uiu \6:)Vi% , xa.t^ ol)cr t)ul|fc rtufprcc^cn/ 
fcio; iUfiUcl)t 5« i^m nc^ncU/ s'addrejfer ou axwV rtr<roarj 
i qmLiuun. 

Apply 'd, iugefugt/jugcctgtiet/ auf etroa^ scio^cit/ oufec^ 

U^t/ 'ippliqtie. 

Applying, to^ JUCtgnctt/ JC I'atHon d'appliqusr, i*^c. 
i To apply. 

To appoint, ctt»a? wcrorbttett/ fccnermcn/ bcftintmcn/ oc^ 

fd)C!^c;l/ bcflcHc;!/ befc^lcrt/ eort'ci)retben/ ordonr:a;no»imer, 
*efigncr, prefcrire. To appoint the time 6: place, bic 
leit 1111? ten ort bcflimmen/ Icfc^eibcn, crretery determiner 
ie jour ^ le lieu. I appointed to meet him to day, id) 
f^aiotd nut tiJtn ucrlaf cit/ btit it^i^m Ijeute jufprcc^fn reill, 

je Itii ai prcmri de le voir aujour d'hni. To a^ipoint a 
task, eill taatucrcf fc^ctt / donnery regler une tache. 
App<'>inted, angcorbiict/ tcfcHcti/ bciiimmt, :c. ordon- 

ne, prefcrit 1 nommi , etabli. The wedding was appoin- 
ted to be to day , Me \)^i)\dX fcltC l)eute \VCi\\,_les nices 
dcvoient fe faire aujour d^bui. The parliament is ap- 
pointed to meet at Wcfbninfler , ba^ rurlamcnt foU JU 
fSetiiniiitlcr jurammen fcnimett / le parHameni doit s'as- 
fembler a Wejhninjler. At the appointed time, jut hc^ 
(limnitCtt \(\t, a I'heure qk'il faut. In God's appointed 
time, reentt es ©Ott pcfflllcit njc'rt)/ p^r?;^ il plaim a Diev. 

Well-appointed, tw^jl gcfleiDct/ lit cincm mtcii ju^.int>e/ 

n»cM -•t'«'''ncn& / l^ien eq-.: 'rJ, en bon it at. lli-appointed, 
Aiie'.i mau-: e {etat.) 

uent,t)crl. .::immung/abrcbC/anflalt; 

bifuuUiia, eine tcjiimnirc iafaiiiwcnfuiilft/ ordammnce, or- 
dre, reglmnenti rendez-vous. 

To app<irtion, <tn>«^ ia gleid^e t^cile t^rflen/ ^Jir/y^r 

egalement. 

Apportioned, gleic^ gct^etft/ ^/nv/? egalement. 

Apportionment, Die glcic^e tl>ellun3/ dijlribution egf.- 
le , partage un: forme. 

To appOfe, etwa^ examinitCft, prufeH/ Ccrfuc^Ctt/fAr*?*/- 
«f»- f. To j^oie. 

Appofer, i)cr Jia examiniret/ JC. examtnateur. 

-'^PPo^'f«=» scfd)icft/ bcqucni/ fiiglic^/ nja^ fic6 iur fajl^e 

f*icf t/ p;;o/)?T, j«/ f,'? a pi-cpos, ou /ar /t- fujet. 

■ iy , fuelled,, bctiueitT/ auf due bc(\\xtmt, fuglic^e/ 

- propreiKenty a propos. 

'■■- 1 -/ . -"-'.^tc l)iniUTTuiu!ig/5ufammcnfefiunq : t)tc5«' 
.fdiUiia/ (fUtC hgura in bcr grammaiica,) application ; ap- 
pojittor., ^figure de grammaire.) 

To appriiie, ttmi fc^dtjctt/ m\(i)\mn,tmi\h ^P^er, 

<tpprecur, t.7xer. 

Apprsiied, ^qdii^t, ;c. ejiitnf, ^^f. 

Appraifin^, i)te fc^aijutig, t>a« fcbdftCtt/ :c. eftimnttor: , 
I aftton d efftmer. ^ 

AppraiToV, eii{ f«^t5ljcr; ej}imateur. 



APR 



*7 



To apprehend, cfWJ^ imctrctfe' :;t/faR««t,»e?i 

ncfemeii/ ciiien gcfatigen nctjtiieif. . : bcforgcn; tc^ 

graffcn / t)er!lcl)etl / lafieil/ appreb.ndiytjaijt'n craindre-, 
concevoir, entendre, comprendre. 

Apprehended, etvsrtffctl, iC.pris, &c. 

Apprehending, t>a6 Sttiffm/ iC, rafJion de prendrcy&c. 
\. To apprehend. 

Appreheniion.bctfitttt/atfi, ocrftanb/ beg«ff; ticfurt^t, 

fcrgc, t>iX iJratBOt)«/ ba^ bcf^^Cn, ^^//'r/r, conception ; flf/>n?- 
keiijion , crainte , foup^tt. According to my apprehen- 
fion, nad) meincm fttrne, nac^ nietncm gutbunifen/ iwe c^ 

tlii*^ bend^t, felon moiy a men avis (Jugemcnt.) 

Apprehemive, xaiUC,, fc^arffinntg, vrf, qui compynd ai- 
fcment. To be appreheniive of a thing, ctttJO^ mttdtn, 
fpu^reil / geaaf^r tUerDcn / iappcrcevotr d 'ur.e ibofe. Ap- 
preheniive of danger, tcr \\6) dwtX Ccfarr fccfci-fit,^a/ ap- 
prehend le danger. We are inoft apprehensive, that our 
eiiemys deiign is upon that place, 'rote ttiuubcil fefttglidt,- 
Daf utifcrci: fetnbe uoi^abcn (Jufticfcjlabt gcrit^tct f:.7,»<f»« 

aojtons fermemeni, que aos ennemis otu refolu d'attaquer 
cette place. 

Apprehenuvenefs, 5". wiS, fc§arfFi|in!lig?Ctf/ filCt^t, <w^rt^ 
dement, conception, crainte. 

To apprcarice, r. ^. ciilCtt bett cilltTO Ic^eijUr OCT^'B' 
geH / mtttre en apprentifjige. 

Apprentice, &;c. j* Prentice, &c. 

Apprenticeship, apprentifage, f. Preiiticeship. 

To apprize, V. A. ciijcii uetrwHbiacti/ ueffjc^crtc mUX' 

tit^tung gebctt/ informer, mettre au fait. i 

Apprized, adj. oerjtdnbigct/ JC. informe, quiefi aufait. 
I am fully apprized of the. truth of that maxim, ic^ biit 
bet ©dhrbcit bicfe^ le^r-fapea »frgc»ii7crt,yf/»/jro;r^<x/#- 

! r« de la veritc de cette maxime. 

Approach, cittc {)iniuna^«ttg , dii lauffgrabctt/ approche. 
To have approach to one , einen fretjen jugangy iutritt is 
teiltJtlb ^rtbCH/ avoir ejttree chez quelqu'tm. 

To approach, fic^ ju ctttaa m^ttvi, (fimjo) IM^cii; 
^a*C9f»nmKfl,na^c«, ^crbcp cucfeo/ approcken s'ap- 

procber. 

Approachable, t>ajU Jtiatt EOJttlHeR ffltl//A?*»f iw/tw a'^, 
procber, accejjtble. 

Approached , ^orjtt mail tto^t gefoinwen t/i , it. ap~ 

procbe. 

Approachlefs-, utinigdnglit^ / &ajtt mon nic^t fommeit 

fa'.I / ir.ficcejfble. 

Approbation, bte biaigung, gencfem^altufrS/ gut^ciffung, 

appro-baticn, agrematt. 

■*-To tppropcrate, f. To haften. 

Apprdpnace , gcfd/icf t , beijueni / bteHlid^ , propre, ion- a 
quelqne cbofe. 

To appropriate, fic^ cf »a^ jueignett/ jufc^rcijf.ij'ic^ bcf 

fcnanmaiVeU, appruprier. 

Appropriated, 5Ugjfdgil«t/ if. approprie. 

Appropriation, bte iUctgnuHg, jufc^reibtttig, approprie 

* Approporrioned, u^t jagctfecia, juscmeffca, iiacf; ct- 
wai amd)Ut, rcd>t atfl\\Ut, proportionn^. 

To approve, ett»a^ cut ^cttTcii, biiliqcrt, ucacfembaltefi, fur 
gtttbaUen.gut od)tcn,tt)m gefaUcn la|fcn, bcfraffttacrt, be#a- 
tigcn; aisdfeu, feiitiicicticii fc^cn lajTett/ approever, trou- 

ver bon, avoir pour agrhhlc, confrmer, rotifer : dt^nner 
des prcuves ou des marques. To approve one's felf to 

God, Hc^ bal)i(i bemufictt, baf er @ott roo^Ig.falle.i mogc, 
fe rendre agreable /? £)/««. To approve one's felf to 
D 2 one, 



as 



APR ARA. 



one, elticm gefaUcit wo\Uii,(mkbut!i)mu\t/plah-e a quel- 

qu'im, s'attirer fon efthne. Not to approve of a thing, 

cine facOe nicf^t gut l^ciffcti/ ijicl)t l)iUi<]cn, defapprouver. 
I have ifaid nothing, but what is approved to be true by 

experience, \d) \)<xH m\)ti Borgebw^t/ Hi mm ntd)t 
t)urd) Mc trfrtt)ruttg tt)ar)r bcfttnbeii/i^ »W 7-/V» avance, qui 
nc foh co7ifirme par P experience. To approve land, fctit 

lan^ fo Wuett utib kfferii / fea9 e^ mc^r gilt / fahe valoir 

une terre, ramcliorer. - 

Approved, approved of, kn)a{)rt/ gebiHigct/ beFriffftlgt/ 

t)OV gut ge^altCU JC. approHve, confrme. An approved 

author, citl bCJt»fif)VtCl' fcfibcnt/ ?<» aiitew\ qui eji en credit. 

An approved cure, cinc i)errlic^c bcwa^rtc cut*/ »?;£■ cure 

receiie , ou pratiquse far les medecins. 

: Approvement, fcie bcffcrung bc§ la4l&C^/ amelioration 

d^uneterre. 

Approver, bcr t^a etwaiJ approbilt/ (Ulf^cijRt/ approba- 
teur. Approver, eiii uln'ltf)dtcr/ ^cr fcitic mitfd/Ulblicn an-- 
qicbt/ criminel. qui accufe fes complices. The King's ap- 
provers , i)iej.eni!?en tie Dci cron pbcr cammcr gutci- baucn 

lintf S>cf[crt1/ rfWA* qui font valoir le domaine du Roi. 

Approximation, fie i)m5ttnal)UH9 / Jia^emng/ ai'llon d' 
apfrocber. 

Appurtenance, f. Appertinance. 

Apricock, einc mcreUC/ «» abricot. Apricock-tree, eill 
ntcrellcnbaum, «» ahicotier. 

April, ber monat aprilis, avril. 

p. April showers bring forth May flowers, JJOIttregett 

im §tpril ieugt bcr 5iKat) fcine Humett/ les pluyes d' Avril 

produifent les fleurs de Mai. 

P. When April blows his horn, 'tis good for hay and 

com, njenn bct2lpril bkffi in feitt {)prti,. fo ift es? cut fill" I)cu 

Unb fortl/ /<?-f tonmres d' Avril prefagent rabo7idance. 

Apron, cinefc^urfte, ciufcf^urHfelirfcI^iirBtuc^/ tabUer. 
Apt,tuc^ti9/ f4t)i9/ gefrfjicft; fufilid;/ bequcm; geiicigt; 
^eamt; gctco^nt; .9utf)crRig/ gciieigtz/'ro/rt'; convena- 

l/le; encUn, fujet; accoittume; facile. Apt to be drunk, 
gcnciat JUr trU!IcFer,{)cit/ encHn a ryvrognerie. Too apt 
to forgive, t»Cl' Prtl' JU lcid)tlic^ UCrgicbt/ trop facile hpar- 

dvnner. Apt to break, jcrtrccfjlid)/ bfllb unb ldd)t jcrbro^ 

^cn, fragile. Apt to be me.rry, iur frolic^fcit gctieigt/ 
eay, qui eJi d'une bumeur gaye. This meat is apt to ma- 
ke me fick,bicfc ^vj.'it |)fle<)t mil" nid)t tt)of)l ju befcmmett/ 

*f /f<? viande a accoutume de me faire mal. 
Aptitude, f. Aptnefs. • 

Aptly, bequcmlic^/ fuglid)/ jurfac^C/ gar rcc^t/3arn>o^l/ 

Wd)t ttJO^l/ /''V» a propos^proprenient., fort bien. 

Aptnefs, bic bcqucmlid)fcit/ ixxoXxifuit, tauglic^fcit/ tta? 
turli^C gcfc^lcflic^feit/ aptitude, faciliti, difpofttion natu- 
relle qui rend les perfom:cs propres a que/que cbofe. 

Aqua, maffer/ eau. Aqua-fort, aqua fortis, ober fdjcibc* 
t>jijf|rr; eau frte. Aqua vitiE , bvailbt|t5Cill / eau de vie. 

Aquarius, bcrmaffcrmailil/ le vcrfeau: 

Aquiitick, aquiatile, n>d|Tcrtg/ m^md)tr imwafferlc' 

ietib, fjqualique,aquatil. ■ < ■ 

Aquedaa, bie waffer-'Uituitg / citt waffcr-'gattg/ canal, 

aqueauc. 

Aqueous, n)0<Tcrid)t/ rodflcrig/ aqueux. 
An Arabian, arabick, ci:i Strabcr/ Arabc. Arabian, dra- 
^bick , 2lvabifd)/ JJOU Slrabia, arabe , arabique, arabesque. 
'Arabiek, S. bfl5 2ll'abifd)e/ bic Slrabtfcf^C frwd^C/ rarabcy 
la langue arabesque. 

Arable, .'i. l«tc^t ju bau«u ebcc pflugeri/ ba^ fic^ vfii'«gcit 

Ift^t/ labourable. 



ARA. ARC. 

Arack, ^y contraflion Rack, 5". cine gattU«9 eitie« flnr- 
Cf cn 3llbiauifd)en gctrandPc^z/t'm' de liqueur forte dcs Ir.des. 
Aray, f. Array. 
Aray'd, f. Anay'd. 
Arbalid, f. Crofs-bow. 

^Arbiter, eill fdjicb^-iitartn; cin ober-^err/ cin!)crr bcrbie 
l;ocl)fie mad)t ()at/.rtr/;/Vrt'. 
Arbitrable, wa^nirttibcti fc^icbs^-mdHncm ubergeben \m, 

qu'on pent mettre en arbitrage. 

Arbitrably, naclf> fctiicm belicbett/ gcfallcn/ reiUFu^?/ a 

difcretion. 

Arbitrage, ciu fc^ieb-'ttc^terlit^er aupfpntc^/ cin ausfpru^ 

ber fc^icbt^^mdiincr. arbitrage. 

'Arbitrarily, tvillfu^rlic^cr weifc/ na<^ fcincm gcfallen/ mit 
l^OCi^ftcr gcnjalt/ felon Jon caprice, fouverainement. 
Arhitrarious , f. Arbitrary. 
Arbitrariously, f. Arbitrarily. 

Arbitrary, tt)i!lfuf)rlic^/ frei); ungcbutiben,unbefc^rdiicft, 
bcrmitf)oc^|tcr gctt^alt tjanbelt obcr regiccct/ arbitraire, li- 

bre ; abfolu, defpotique. 

To arbitrate, eiu urt^cilaB ciii ft^icb^manit fdlkii/ ciii 

^^'\t\>i'X\^)Ut^tV)\\,rendre une fentence arbiirale, arbitrer. 

Arbitration, bic cntfi^cibung berfd^icbi^mdunet/beiau^' 

fprUC^/ COm|)romif?/ arbitrage, comproniis. 

Arbitrator, citlf(^ieb^mrtim/ fd)icb^'ftd)ter/ arbitre. 

Arbitratrix, S.F. cinc fc^icbirid^tcvin/ ^ri^//;r. 

Arbitrement, f. Arbitration. An arbitrenvenr upon a 
marriage-agreement , citl l)Ci)rat'^^;»CVtrrtg nad; l>crrvvod;C- 
ncr ^Cl^rat^ / «» contrast de mariage. 

Arbor, krbour, cittc fcmmcr-laubC/ ber^eau dejardin^ 
trcille. An £lrbor-maker, bCt fomiireplflUbcn tttac^t/ «»" 
faifeiir de berceaux. 

Arbut-tree, drbute-tree, cirt ^agap)fcl*baum / arboufievt 
arboifier. 

Arcenal, citt JCUg^^au^/ arfenal. 

Arch, cin bogcn/ fc^tf ibbogen , gcreolbC/ arcade, voute. 

* The chief or great arch of a vault, Hi l^aupt^gctDOlbC/ 
doubleau de voute. A triumphal arch, cine cl)rcil'PfevtC/ 
un arc de triomphe. Arch-wife, bogcn^tJcii?/ e',J forme d' 
arc. Arches-court, court of arches, cinc gciftltC^C 9Cncl}t«!# 

cammcc untcr bent SrJjbifc^offc »ort €anterbur»j/ /« cour 

des arches. 

. Arch, A. Dcrfc^lagctt/ ocrfc^miijt/ crfi/ gro^/ leic^tfcrtig/ 

lofC/.M adroit, grand, mechant. An arch wag, ciu furlj? 
IVCiUgcr fd}aIcE/ »« maitre gonnin. An arch rogue, cill Cl'^* 
\^i\\\\i un infigne fripon. 

To arch, ctwa^ ttjolbcrt/ f(^tt5Jbbogen maitctt/ fane des 

arcades. 

Archangel, citt iVf>Vm\i ar change. 

Archbishop, cin €rHbifd)i5f/ un archeveque. 

Arch-bishoprick, citl crl^biC'tbunt / archexeche. 

The Archbishop's houfc, bcr crftbifd)bfiic^C palflft/ZV- 
cheveche. 

Archdeacon, bcr crfi'bcit>!t'lt/ archidiacre. 

Archdeaconry, cillC cr^fccdjanep/ archidiaconat. 

ArchdTike, cm Sr^ljcrljog/ <r;rA/V«f. 

Archdukedom, Hi crl5^cri^:ogtt}lim/ archiduche. 

Archdutchefs, cillC (Erfjbcrfogill/ archiduchejfe. 

Arched, flcnjolbct/ vouti. 

Archer, cin fd)ut!c, boAon-fc^iicc /^'-vZ'f'-- 

Archery, bic funji mit bciu bogcn ju fd;ic(!cn/ / art de 
firer de I 'arc. ■ .j. • 

Archcus, bcv gcijl ciitc^ fajmcti^/fo btc form gtcbt//)r//*- 

"'^'- Arch- 



ARC. ARI. 

Atch-htteucl: , cin (tt^^C^a , f'erf/arquf. 

Xrchiteft, et:i I'nu tticiftcr/ architeS-e. j\rchiteft-like, 
»ic citi trcrdmcifr.r/ fuiifrticf)/ nait ber fiau^tuntt; enarebl- 
tfftct avsc (ymHtrle , art'ifiement. 

* Architectonical, A. &cr ^ie fciJU-funfl tcr)rcfict; obet/ 
ba^letiictc, rca^ ^ur batr-funji gefjorct/ qui entatd rarchite- 

flure ; ou, qu: afpartient a l^ architecture. 
Archicccture, 6'. fcic bflU-flUlft/ rarckitecture. 

Archirrave, eitt burc^jug, &cr grcffc 6flUf?/ter ba^gatifec 

gebduDC trdgt . archhrav?. 

Archives, btc urfunWn imi) altctt 

fd)tiftcn yer.. lt. 

Arch-prieit , eta v. .; - ^ u > \i .X r.. \,:':presre. 
Arch-priellhood, tie tt^'fxicCta\di}aift, rarcbipretri. 

Arch-t}-pe, 5*. \>'izxU fcmi utit gtjtalt tines icbcn bm? 

|C^/ architjpe y premier modele. 

Araique, arftick, norttf*^/ ju t>tm ncrt)-p«jl gj^crfg/ 

artHiqui'. 

Arc. ^e, bnmf!, ^^ifrigfcit/&cr ciffcr/cmff/^- 

Ar.'.cuc, i^msg, pejflia"/ kwxH, inhfinflig/ cijfcrig/ crnfl-- 

lid)/ arJenty vehement, vif, faffionne. - 

Ardently, t)eifitig/ jnbriini^ig/ cmjiltc^/ ardemment^ pas- 
/tonncment. 

I'lrdour, bic Km, bruttft/ ttiMrrtJigfeit, ficfptiac kotcr- 
tf/ BcfTfivlCiS UCrlaiigetl/ ardeur, cbaleur, viol£;::e,paJ[:on. 

Ardenmefs , f. Ardency. 

Arduous, fc^TOCf/- niuhfmt/ /7r./i/. 

Are, e.g. we are, tuir ft:iji / miis-fommes. You are, ij^r 
feoD; rcwx ^/«. They are, \\t |n{&, //j /<,«/. f. To be. 

Areopagites, b<nfiBer tm (jcrid^c JW SXt^Cft, areopagites. 

Argal, argol , (. Tartiir utib Ori^al. 

Argenr, baa ttJciiK in tt>.iffcity bad filtcr-far^igc fclb- <n-- 

^^•«/, i/luTtC. 

Arge •-- ;V^' ■' " .;-4eTl fltftcrcnb/ ai-^entin. 

^ -'^'■? ^ K'!!c gefeUca) tie auf bent fc^iffc 

arcjp lii It. uijui vdc;q;c5 sm^uttj urn bd^ guiben* fell jh 

^Dlcn/ argofsauies. 

'reJ° ^^"'^^' ^^o"^'««/ oMumcntc tmgen/ grnnbe an- 
fn^ren/ urpcfK" anjiefsen ; diiputircrt/ cttt>a^ erraegcn, au-^^' 
jhctten: mtt grunbcn bcmdhrcn, benjcifen; anjetgcn,|^licp 

\tn, abne^meil/ raifanniryargummterydifcmirir; difputer, 
ballancerT prcuver, etqi'Iir; montra; ccnclurre. Hier is 
a lettre that argues a great de-J of hafle, ^ix ij! cin brief, 
to m aWix cDl gcfc^itcbcn ju \r.n \d}mit, void une lettre, 

qui marque beaucoiip de fredpitntion. 

Argued, 5el)nttptet/ }C. raijom-.e, &c. 

Arguing, .t>ie bf{)aurtm!g,ba5 rtifonnirett/ /'/z.^/f» dW- 
gi^jK: :::::; .^,.. , To argue. To ftand arguing the cafe, 
t'^ nren, ftrciten cbcr ;a-icFcn fluf()«ltcn, s'amu- 

J'^'. .. ■■'■> ou a cor.ttjler d\ine cbofe. 

..igumenr, cine fdjluf^rebe, eirt fcrnnnlfit^vBluf ; cin Vt^ 
wcu-r.-um, gniub; ber inljalt bic matcrie. ii« "w- 

fotmcment ; ra:fon, preuve ; fujet, matierc 

Argunientation, tie ocrfaffurtg cincr fdjlng^rebe, Bcreci^- 
fnng. cifuhnuig becgnlnbc cber xxx{<,^k] alg:Z'nta^L 
nki!^^S"' "^-^^^^rtic^, niit guten grunbcn, be. 

yv:un, s. cin 2(mnef,^r/V». 

Arianifin, bcs Arii !cficrct), arianifme. 

And, biu-rc, trj>cfc;i/ uride. 

Aridity, tVOcfenbcit, ar/rtW/, ■ 

Arierebaii, f. Arriereban. 



ARI. ARM. 



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I Aries, ber tt)ibber/(ei«c5 »on ben 12 ^iramlifv^cn jcic^cn,) 

aries, le be Her. 

Aright, VC^t KO^l , droitement , hien. To fet aright, 

!tt)iebcr aufrid>rcii/ gcr.ib mac^eU/ ju recite bvingcu/ ceirbcf* 

I ferrt/ reflijier, redrejj'er. 

I To make a horfe cany him felf aright, ctrt Jjfcrb ajiri<^* 
ten, drejfir un cbei'al. 

^To arife, (nifite^en, aufge^cn / aufflctgert/ etttftcficn/ ^er^ 

riil)re!t/ hcrfcilUKert/y'c /nvr, s'elever; prcvcntr, proceder. 
Here arifes a diificulf>', rtllljicr ent1;hct cinc fc^micrigfcit/ 
il fe forme ici une difficulte. There arofe fome words 
between them, fie tDUrben mit einanber jircirig/ Us eUrent 
quelques paroles , lis eurent bruit. _ 

Arifen, aufgcjlanbctt/ flufgcgangett/ entfianbctt/ /«'<?, ele^ 

ve, pycvenu, forme. 

Ariilocracy, m regiment/ m \}k cornc^mjien rcgtcrcrt/ 

arijivcratie. 

Ariilocratical, n)3^ junt regiment ber eonte^mflcn gc^o- 

rct / arijhcratique. 

Ariftdlochy, ^olWttr^/ ^^txXWtX^ , arifiolocbe,farrafitte. 

Arithmetical, WAS iOr rcd^en^funfl ge^Wet/ aritbme- 
tique. 

Arithmetically, m6) ber rec^cn^^fun^/ aritbrnetiquC' 
ment. 

Arithmetician, cin Xid}CnfmciftCt , uritbmeticien. 

Arithmerick, tic rccOcn^Funft/ rarithmetique. 

Ark , cin faite / cine labC/ arche. Noah's ark, bcr faitctt 
^JtOa, r arche de Noe. The ark of the covenant, bic la- 
be bc^ bmtbe?/ r arche de r alliance. 

Ann, ein axm, bras. An arm -full, tin arm tJCU/ une 
h-afset: An ann of the fea, cin Ann Dcnbcc fcC/ un bras 
de mer.^ The arm-pit, or arm-hole, t>\c ncl)fcl;3ru&e/ 1^"^- 
fcile. Arm-chair, cill lebn Jltntjl/ cbaife a has. He is- 
my right arm, er iit mcine xi^tt ^anb/ eber bcrjenige, auf 
ben ic^ mic^ am meiilcn werlflffen fitn, c'eji won bras droit. 
The arm of an oak, ber ail etiter ti6)Cni (^ brar.cbe d'un 
chene. Arm, ein gen>et)r/ arme. A fire-arm, ein fcuer- 
roljr, une arjne a feu. Arms, "iii »affcn/ ba^ gcnjc^r ; wai 

peil/ fc^tlb/ armes; armoirics. 

To arm, V. A. etneu rcatfncn/ beroaffnert, mtt gcrocljr 

cbcr 1V]ifcn MtX\ihcx\, armer, donner des armes. To arm, 

I v. N. anniren/ fic^ tiv^tn, \\i \ii\x ujaffcnj'j^rciten/ grcincn, 
rocrben, arm'eiy lever des troupes. Arm, irm, larmen/ 
nchniet.ba^ gcwehr, aux armes. 

Armada, ctnc fdjiff^-'flctre/ f^ote. 

Armature, tit fpoI;re t ciiic^ f)aHi ober anbcrn 9t9(i^, 
ergots dont quelques oifeaux font armez. 

Armed, ociBaifncf cren'lfTCt, arme. 

Armes, (f. Ann.) J»ie n)aff;n, a/-mes. 

Annillar}- iphere, ^immeL^-fiigel burc^ ringeucrgeftellct/ 

fpbere armilaire. 

Arming, bie au^ruftung/ rccrbung/ %^i wajfncn, VaElion 

d'a-rvur, armement. 

Armenian, S. Slrmtnianer/ Armir.ien. 

Armimaiiifme, tie Ic^re tti Arminii, A^minianifme. 

Armlet, dw arm-«JC^r / arnMPiljfcn/ brajfiir, armuve da 
bras. An armlet of pearl, etn armbfinb »0n ^crlen, un bra- 
celet de per les. 

Armonick, A. mi obcr ?on Armenia, d'armenie. Bole 
irmonick, ^JlrmiTiifa^ei- bolus, bole d'armer.ie. 

Annoniac, e. g. fal anndniack, fdiniac,/^/ armoniac. 

Armorial, A. ju bcm TOiipen cber iu f ct ».i»en--funfi ge? 

^Orifl/ d 'armes, qui regarde les armes. Armorial eniigns, 
HHJ^JCtt/ fcftilbC/ mmes,arm^ries. 

O 3 Aimo- 



3» • ARM. ARR 

^Aimorift, S". ci'it wa^jcti-oerflaubigef / unl)m\p, ermori- 

Jlc, blafo7ineiir,hcraut . 

Armory, itc pa;)ci:''cuii(l/ t>ic fuu(l bic ittflvctt aus^iulc- 
getl/A' blazon, f. flHCj) Armoury. 

Armour, t»ie tiiftung/ tier l^rtVtlifc^; t)tC roaffW/ armure, 
OU h:irnoisi amies. 

Armourer, cfu 'tt)aifCJl^fc^Uli&t/ armttrier. 

Armoury, mt xi^pUmxiKt/ dtl iCUg4fltt^/ arfeml, ma- 
gtizln d^armes. 

Arms, (f. Arm) tvajfett/ rfry/^J. 

Army, ctnc anncc, cin friege'-ftcci*/ ««^ /zrw/?. 

A flying army, eitl flicg^etlb \<X%iX, un camp volant. 

Aromatical or aromatick, %W\\X%ii, DOtl gcWurljC 0^* 
tUftC^t/ WD^lricclKnb/ aromatiqun, odor'iferant. 

Arofe, flutlb auf/ Cl*f>ub/ JC. \^X taiJ imperf. UpH to arlfc, 
cV/? «» preterit du verbe to arife. f. ^. A ftorai arofe, CiS 

l)at fid) cin jlurm (ungewitter/ aufru^r,; cr^obcu, // jVY^u/z- 

«j?f tempete. 

Around, uttt / i^cfuiu / funb i^crUttt / ganlj um^cr / autour 

de, tout autour de, 

Arquebufe, citIC tuc^fC/ Cltt VOi)X/ fcUCrW^C/ arquebufe. 

To arraign one, cttieii iior gcricfjtc forberii/ (lellcit/ k'itu 
gcti/ ll)rt gcrlc^tlicO Dcv^oreii/ m'l^uMn i\)n iia\tm,falre 

(tjjigner quelqn''un pour comparoitre en jujiice; on., f aire 
le proces a quelqu'un, le juger. 

Arraigned, Wj: geWf^te SCffbCtt/ gcOwc^t/ )C. ajftgne, 
citJ, &c. 

Arriiigning , tic IJelluiig obct britiguttg wx Hi gmd)' 

tC/ l(. I 'a^ion de faire le proces a quelqu'un , ^c. f. To 
arraign. 

Arraignment, bjc flcllung JJOC \)<Xi gertc^tCy btc flnflngC/ 
tcr procc^ fo Icib irnt) lekn ktvifft accusation, prtds, pro- 
ces criininel. 

Arrand, f. Errand. . 

Arrant, grog/ Bpllfontmctt/ au^gcmac^t/Wfl^f^afftig/ rc($t/ 

grand, tn/igne^cfe, tnfame. 
Arras, tcppi^/ tapCJCCCtt/ /-s^/V- 

Array , bic flcibcr , flctbuiig/ bcr \moX\ ; tne m^e/ orb== 

tiung/ ^^^/V , vitcnient ; or<-/?v , r^wj-. To fet an army in 

array, cine armcc ill fcOlac^t-prbitungi^cUcU/'/w'/rre ouran- 

ger une arinie en bat ai lie. 

To arriy, ciiicn flcibctt/ bcReibcit/ au^rujlcrt/ mantircit/ 
flU^jlafficrett/ ri/zV, equlper. To array a pannel, bic becp^ 
fcigtCIt ci'n)cl>lcn, c-^o/y/r desjurez. 

Arriy'd , geftcibet/ ;c. t'^/<'- 

Arraycrs(or, commiffioners of array, )bie Officicrcr/ fo 
tie fclbatcn muiitiren uub mit gcwci^r Hx(ii)tii/ orders qui 

evoient foin d''equiper les foldats d'unc armee. 

Arrcar, t>tx liac^jug citJCSl Ixii^^-^UXi , I'arriere garde 
4' une armee. 

Arrearages , or arrerages , atte '^iUtCVJlclUge fc^ttlbcil/ 
arrerages. 

Arrears , bic ^itltcr^cltige fcf)Ulbctt/ arrerages, 

Arreil:, tct flrrcjl/ »)Ctl)atft/ bic flufoaltutig; eitt urtl^cil/ 
rat?)3fc^Ut§/ ausfpruc^ cities gcrtc^^ obcr i-ati^g, <7?rf/. 

To arreil one, ctucii ucrorrcjlireit / niil^nUcti/ gcffltrgcM, 

6e»m fopff obcr in «crt)afft nC^niCli/ arreter quelqu'un, Ic 
faijf'r, fe faire prifonnicr. 

Arrefted, uxmi\\ixit, gcfangctt gctiomntftt IC, arrete, 
[aift. 

Arrdfting, bic wrarrcffiruiig, ba3 t)CVfl):j:cfiirc«,K./'^/V« 

d' arreter, ou de faiie prifonnier. 

Arrterban, bci' flufbot bc^ «bcW/ Varricrban. Arrfer- 
guard,bcrt)intcr5ug/liac^trupp/ nac^iUS/ I'arrlcre garde. 



ARR. ART, - 

* ArrJghtcd, ucflicffcrt/ iu red)te ge&rrtd^t, nat^ bit C'iU- 
ligfcit eingci'tcj)tct/ re^ifiL 

Arrival, biertuldtlbuttg/ ailFaUfft/ arrivee, venue. 

To arrive, m ctncn ort mU\\m\m, aniaagcn/ ai!lif:ibctr/ 

arriver, vcftir, parvenir. 

Arrived, nngelanbct/ angclflngct/ angcFommen/ arrive, 

veiiu , parvenu. 

Arriving, bic atildtibung/ flnfunfft, bo^ flnlaiibett, k. 

I'afiion d' arriver , ou ^/e- parvenir. 

An-ogance, arrogancy, btC DCrmcffcn^Ctt/ bcr ^oc^mut^/ 
fitjlJj/ arrogance. 

AiTogant, ycrmcffcti/ fc^r fu|>n/ flcljj/ aufgeWafcti/ ^ot^# 

mutfjig/ arrogant. 

Arrogantly, i>miicffcncr WCtfC/ l^wf;mut^ig , arrogam- 
ment. 

To arrogate, DcVmcfTeii fci)"/ fif^ ctwa^ flHttialfcn, junief* 

fctl/ Jilfcl>vci&c;i y /'?'^/»'««- ^t' /e/, s'nrfoger, s'attribuert 
pretendre a. 

Arrogated, aHgctimffet/ n. qti'oH s'efi arroge, &c. 

Arrow, cill pfdl /flecbe. Arrow-head, bW Cifcmc {\ii%t 
bC8 picil$ / le/er, la point c d'ur.e jleche. 

"^AiTov/ iiead , et:t lang uub friijigc«i fraut/ ^^^^^c /e;{g-«^ 

(ic pointiie, qui vient dans le marais. 

Arfe, bet Wif fici^/ \mUXt, !t)iutCff!C/ Z^" i-«/, /? derriere, 
lejiege. To whip one's aric , ctirctl mit bcr rut^C ftrcl^ 
<^i\\, i()m Cincn fc{?iUttig QChcn , fouettp- quelqu''un, donner 
le fouet a quelqu'un. * To hang an arfe upon occaiion, 

Siu-ucfc wetCiKtt; ben n\nt\) fmcfcii laffcu/ recim cs bic gclc- 
gcnl)cit gicbt/ (cin ceif?i*cd;e« iiicl;t l)aUcn jdoUcit, //;vr le 

cuJ en arriere, faigner du nez. * A short arfe, ctJl ffcttlCC 
ferl/ VPn Flcinci- Icibc^-gCJlaU/WW petit corps, un petit avor- 
ton. The (irfe-gut, bci* maitbflriH/ Ic boyau culier. The 
arfe-hole, bfliJ ait-loc^/ le trou du cul. Arfe-foart, toap 

fcripfeffcV/f^^^y/Vrt/VT. 
Arfenal, till jc«94''w^/ ci'nc r«(bfammtfg»i'»/?/, w<7^/7- 

s/;; cf amies, *^f 

Arfenick, b<Xi arfenicum, bcr I)UttC!friWI^/ tirfcnic. 
Arfeverfy, (arlyverfy,) ba^ Ulltcrflc 5U okrfl/ bas f)!!!^ 

tcvflc \x\ uorberfl/iyibci'finn^/Ucrfc^rtcr wcifc/ cul par dejjh: 

t'cte, fens dejjus dcjjhus, a r.ehurs. 

Art, bic hiiiilt; bicfu»fli'Crffll)t*cn^cit/gcfd^ic!licl>Fcit/^;/? 

adrejj'e, indujlrie. 

Tlie black-art, bic fcf^War^e futlfi/ Ar w/7g-/V Jfo/Vr. 
Art, Qi)X) bijl/ f'^ une perfonne du verbe to be. f. _g". 

Thou ait, \)\X bifi/ /« f J. 
Artechoke, f. Artichoke- 
Arterial, ju ben pul^'-abcrit gc^ocig / tfr/^wV/. r. o-. The 

arterial blood, baet blut iu bctt pul8''rtbfr:i,/e/tf»i^«'/'«7V/, 

ou des I'.rteres. 

Artery, cillC pule^abcr/ artcre. 

Arttui, funflli^?/ fun|Ji'cic^/mc(flcr((cf)/ flrtlic^y fmnrcicli, 

artijiciel, fait avec art, artifiemcnt fait. 

Artfully, fimfilti()cr tuctilc/ \k\'^\\i), artig, fiurtmd^/ *''- 

tifiement , avec art^ artificiellenient. 

Artichoke, ciitc artifc^odC/ artickaut. 

Artick, f. Ai-rtick. , 

Article, ciH fiVtictcl/ pUtlCt/ ()Iicb/ tftcil/ fall/ tfrr/V/c. To 
furrcnder upon articles, fie!) a«f accurb^flUf gcn^tftc bcbill-' 
giingcn obcr verfragij - articFcl ci'i;cbcti / fe rendrc a cowpo- 

fition, capituler. To iiticltf one for treafon, clriCtl IWcgcu 

cincc wcrtfltberct)/ ober rocgcn cijic^ criminis isf* majcib- 

tis VCrHagett / accufcr quelqu'un de leze majifie , ou ds 
haute trahifon, lui fiit e fon procez. To aiticle one in 

othci- matters, fincu \\\ fliibcru fac^cn gcric^tlici^ vcrFlflgen, 

Obcc 



ART. AS. 
rbef mttifim cttten pxta^ ojtfangcn/ a^Ionner , intenter 

♦ He had a c^cjt prelence of mind in the very arti- 
ele of danger, cr funtc \\<i) iw tor d'.tiTcrilet: (5cfai)r bait) tin - 
bc«/ '/ iivoit une grande prefence d'effrit dans U Jtrt du 
('anger. 

To article, V. N. iKrttaqiffmcU; t>etqUid}^:^mctt/ cer- 
:r.igg ' arn'cfcl ouftcic^ncit, ctncn accord p^erocrtrag ma/ 
t^CH/ />'?//^'^ <^" arttcksydrejfer da m tides, convenir., fat- 
re UK p.icfe. 

'AciizlcA, in gciriffe crticjil, ^ucfecber pitnctc ciiMCt^ct- 

1(1/ aba:rf>cilct/ ''''•'-'. difpop ou yv?-/.-' r'-ryt'u-ljs, isfc. 

Articulate, Wax, ^eiultC^/ cr/;t;. 

To ardculate, etuja? flor iwl> C i>rcc§ett/ «r- 

tlculer. 

Anicahtdy , btntUd) , di/ItK^emenf. 

ArricuUtion, S. tU SlUttX^^t/ rarticula:i<m, jointu- 
re des niLiiibrei. 

:ArcLnce, bcr funft^griif; &ie funft/ lif!/ funiT'crf«^«n^ctt, 

crtijise, arty ir.dujirie. 

Artificer, ctti ftrnftlcr, tt5crc!r.ictjkr/ ^flntrofrcf^mann,tfr- 

'i?//, an'7 ier, r''f-'h. 

Arciiicial, :[i), artificicl. 

ArtLficiaii . ..ic, md) Hx lm% artlfcle!- 

\ niei:t. 

-\rtiller>s flUctbanb frica^^gcfc^ttftf/ fcll)^;c«S/ artUlerle. 
The rj-tii!ery--men, M; ^\\xc,vt, K i>'^ auuichcri uitt?wrar; 
tillcric 5cforc:t/ les bourgicU dc la compagnic de I'ttrtille-i'tc. 

j\rrti'an, f. Artificer. 

i\rti;^, cin f ft.nftler/ artijle. 

Ardcis, c^nc htttit/ fc^Ucfct/ ctafairij/ naturlic^z fans 

t, Jvnple., nnturel. 

As, ji>ie, gleidjroicy aB/ tKnn, t^a, nijd)&cat, ccmme. As 

u pkiifc,' n>ic CJ eUift CCfjUlt, comme Utous plaira. A& 
good as, fs wt oXi, aujfi bvn que. As iiire as I am alive, I 
as I ii\ e, fo mhx ols id) lcJ>C/ anijivrai que je vis. As well i 
as, f. As well as. He is as good as she, cr (ft \0 %yxi cXi i 
flC/ m:n/iiur rant hi en madame. I am as good a maJi 

as he, i\f> uw fp ?ut ttls cr; idjbtlbc mireben foBJcl ctnals 
Xr, jV nfiftinic nut ant qve lui. You are as like him as can 
be, i()j: |'ci)& i()m oiauB dbtlUc^/ vouslui rcfmblcz-parfaite- 
vicnt. As I am an honeil man i*ll do it, tc^ njtil CS t^UIt/ 
fo ir«{>r flB trf) eii; cbrlict>ct mani: bin ,• fir mm bonneur, 
je le feray. As ilire as an be, rcrficftcrt/ ccirt;?ii(^/ <?^a-' 
rcment y fans doute. As I am informed, njic man mit^ bt; 
tiii)ttt/ wit tC^ cicljort {)ak, /i ccaue fay oui dire, ace que 
j-ipprens. As things goe now, as the world goes, rcic 
ti iSO in fccr Jfclt tjcryC^Ct/ /:'/o« /'etat, ou font les chafes. 
I !Js"d him as if he had been my brother, id) bin Hjlt t^m 
»-jC?W3cn, ol^ romv. cr ntciti brubcr gcwcfcn n>drc,/f« 

e; r:^! aveclui , co^KiTie s'il eut he mon frere. He lives 
. i\i::. ir.e as a valet dechamhre, cr tft VX Ittcincm ^aufCy <X\z 
fin fin raer^ticncr/ // ef cbcz moi en qurJitS de valet de 
ch.r.nbre. As things fall out, nacf> bcm flC^ tie fac^C Wen- 
i'Ct,:v.d;^bcm e3 JC^et/ /:/./. -^.vf Av chofesfe rencontrent. 
A? occiiion shall ferve, Mc gclcger^ctt creiancrt 

wirl?, oenn C6 cic cclesv : na^temet «)onn6tfien 

Kptl »irb ,fuivara roccajivn qui Je prejhttera, felon qii'il 
fcr? r:-r:^ir: A'i you love me, Xd^hXXX i ttJCnn, fo i^r 
P'- ■■'a:nicz,. As you tender your life, 

^- . / - \cucr Icicn lieb 1(1/ fo nia(^ct cttd) 

tjj;c:!,_/. -:^iye v:^-jju! Jl cbereyretirexvous. Everyone 
as he likes, ctn k^'jt H;.*.. {ciucm finuc, nac^ bent cs i^m ^ 
- .'TvljCt/ fi&««» <//tf faittaijk, I>o€ as I bid you, t(sut 



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tUa^ {($ CHC^ ^\{%ti %d^<:,f cites ce quejevou: dis , on , eeque 
je VGus ordonne. As i went along , al^ tC^ mct!;Cc rceocs fort 
gicng/ en m.'n-cbjy.: , cc;-n::i f Mi flint. I will fee you, as I 
goby, tuiroiil tui; I :utd)cn/imucrbe«)gc^cn , ic^ »tU cud) 
imbur, -evous verray en paffant. As big 

again,.",: k^%, une fois plus p-and. Such as it 

is , alfe ii'te «:■ ifi/ e^ j'cp roic e^ n?oUc/ tel qu'ilefl, quel qWii 
\foit. As for, or, as, to, anlongenb; VMi anianacf / anbc^ 
trifrtf quant a , pcur a qui efl de , pour ce qui regarde. As 
forme, n?i»9 mid) bctnfftf/'&ar ;«<//", quant a moi. As for 
example, als JUm crcmyci , jUm crcmrcl /■ fowjwc /)ar ^Arfm- 
plsypcr e.\:emple. As this day, I)etU jQ ta^C/ aujour d' buy. 
As yet, antlCi^/ encore. As it were, glctchf.Tm; co/;;;;;? , /v:?r 
maniere de dire. As rich as he is, fo rctC^ a l3 cr ifl / Ct fcp fo 
rcid) ale cr »clU/ Ob cr ncd? fc rcic^ iff/ quelque ricbe qu'Ufoit. 

As big as it i^, c? mag fo ^rcs fcon ale c^ rcoll: , cb c-J auc^ noc^ 
fo oro'' ;rand qu'ilfoit. As many as they are, 

fo uicl . : ob it^ter and) nod) fo i>id nsdrcn / tous tant 

qu'ilsfcr.t, qitoi ^lu ils foient fhfieurs. To be as a father to 

one, fic^gcgcncmcnwcr^alfen/ aBrocnnmaiifcinuatcrtvdrC/ 
ferviroxxtenir li:u de pere a quelqu un. Theeucharift, as 
it is a facrament, bas obcn&mabl/ fofcntc^ citi ficramcnt \% 
I eucharifiie enfant que^facrement. As is the beginning, 
fo is the end, ttic t)cr mm^<\ if!, fo ifl and} bus cnbc, tel efi le 
c- it, telle cfi la fin. - As what i" quoth I, wcm ilt^ 

%'. .id),qu'ya-t-ildunc?li!idisje.Astke(ethmgs 

arc very unprofitable, fo they are very bale, fcicfc biriac 
finbtii<tt'7ilcinK^runnil6lic&/ fbnbcnt an* car fc^n&lt*^; 
ci !> binge fc^r unnuplic^ unb , alfo finb ftc auc^ 

[. . ^in, ces cbofes ue fan pas vwir.s vilcs , qu inuti' 

les, its cb'.fcs font egakmer.t ir.utiles 6* baffes. ®can as 
nac^bcmnornine/:/fi»itchft/ fopcf>CtC5 an flatt bc« prono- 
minis relarivi v^bo obcr that. As apres le nom fuch/^ met 
au lieu dupronom relatif who ou that, e.g. All fuch as we- 
re chofen, alle btcjeniiicn, fo man txxtt\AtX ^attC/ tous certK 
qui fluent cbci/is. I took fuch as I pleafed, id) na^nt tie? 
y:\iiActi>tiotld)cmixQqidcn,jepris ceux que je voulus. As 
far, f Far. As good, f. Good. As if, &s f If, &:c. 
Afarabacca, iSic ? " ' :' afarttm. 

Afcaunce, itnc • , oof Vxc fctte, f($ecl/ in bic 

frumme, de trover s , c:.::^:f^ment , decSte, debiais. 

Toafcend,aufttetgcit/ aiiifabrcny auf^c^cn, mem:-.-. 
Afcendable, WO man ^inaufgc^mf art/ out on pern mon- 
ter. 

Afcendent, \i<xi anfc^ot* btemac^t/ getvalt/ autoxitdt/ 

afcendant, influence^ pouvoir. 

Afceniton, \)QLi anfilci^cri/ He aiifiTcigung ; %it anffa^rf/ 

afcer.Jion. Afcenfion-day, ba^ fc^ bCt ^immcif^vrt «i'f)ri# 
fh/ /^ 7'7»r ^jV / ■ afcenjion. 

Afcent, bic auffJcigung/ l^t^t, ttof^c, jli^C/ faf^icn 
de mcnter, elex'ation, montee. 

To afcertain.^ctmcjg pcrfic^cni/ »cr9cnji)Tcr» / bcja^en/ 

bchaUftCU/ bcfrdtfttgen, ajfure;; confirmer , affirme}:, eta- 
^ir. To afcertam the price, beii prci^ fc^Cfl/ bcjiimmctt/ 
regler, determiner le prix. 

Afcertained, ccrfl^err, ;f. alfeure, ifc. 

Afcertained, ecncr ber ba befrdftiget/ i>crf?$crt ? fcSct K. 
qui ccnfirme, qui ajfetire, qui regie, KSTc. \. To afcertain. 

Afcertaining, i<xi »er?"id)cm, bic ocrrt(^crun3 / befrdff:* 
XiWK'),, bcjtimnmng/ I'amcn de ccnfirmery ou d'ajfeurerl 
confirmation, reglement. f To afcertain. 

Afcerick,ma^ ^u cificnt exercitio obcr jn cirtcr iibttng ge^ 

^Orcr; eiv.\im,afcetique, moKofiique. 

To aiciibe, CttJ>iW»ufc^r(iJ>cn/|U{i3neO/«??w/i«ir. 

Afalbed, 



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ASC. ASP. 



Afcribed, Jitiicfitirtcbett/ jugccianct^ attrlbue. 
Afcribing, bic 5ufd)rci6tut^ tie s«ei8tmt»3/ t>a^ jufcf;rct()cn/ 

IC. P iii^ion c!\attribuerf attr'tbut'ion. 

i^sh , : ash-rree-,) cillC (1K^/«in flfcr)baum/(V|cl)Cn %^\\S,frene. 

Ash;uned, bcr fief) fd;dmct/ tcfc^nmt/ fttanu-ot^, mit 

fd)rt!lt ubcffc^UttCt/ (7////? ^c»/^^, honteitx ., confus. To be 
ashamed, ftc^ fd)aiucit/ fcl)nmrctf) fct)ll, <7w/V honte , ^rr^ 
confus. To be half ashamed , fic^ etiua;? (eltl ttJClUij) ftt»d-' 
ntett/ /n'o/r »« /)e« d^c hoiuc. I am asham'd of him , jd) fc^d- 
mcilUC^fcnicr, i I we fait honte. He makes me ashamed, 

er kfc^dmct mtc^/ cv ntad)t mic^ h'fdjdint, ((vj^flmvotb,,) 
er ifl iirfic^C/ taj? ic^ mtc^ fd)dincti mu§, il me rend con- 

fus, ilviefnithontc , tl me donne de la confufion. 

'Ashen, dfc^crtt/ »Din dfd^baiini/ ucii dfd;cj;^ol6 gemoc^t/ 

de frene, fait de bois de frhie. 

Ashes, \!\,i^\'i)i, cendres. 'Ash-colour, tie afc^ffltt'C 
cendre, couleur de cendre. Ash-coloured, nfd) cilfdl'tu^/ 
(ifc^farb/ flfd)9WU/ cendre .t qui eft de couleur de cendre. 

Ash-pan, cine flfd^cnpfatiiie/ ciniifd)eufnf?/ bama-t bie afdje 
l^iltciu t^Ut/ cendrier. Ash-wednefday , t>ie afd^evmit- 
IVDC^/ lejourdes cendres. 

Ashore, (m ta^ ufcr/ <X\\i Inttb / aufm lanbC/ a terre. To 

get ashore, an ba^ hiub foiumcit/ fa()yv'ti/ fleigen / /»r<7w</ye? 

terre, del^arquer. 
Ash-weduesday, f. Ashes. 

Ashy, nfc()ic^t, »oUer afd)C/ mit afc^c U^xi^ut i plein de 

cendres, ceiidreu.x. 

Aside, n>cg/ ktjfcit flUf bic fcitC/ atfonbcrlid). apart, a 
c$te, i quartier. To lay afide, tVCa Icgeit/ bci) fcit twctt; 
roCAJVCVffcn/ nid}t adjtcti/ mcttreache-., negliger, rejetter. 
That place fet afide, there's nothing remarkable, lUU' oX.' 

Icin bicfinortauSgciionimcH/ loijtntd)^ rtllba/ "a^xi mmtx- 

tfCtl^ttJUVbtg fct)/ a ce lieupres, il n'ya riende remarqnable. 

An aside, iBfl^ m comobiaiite wv fat> «Uci!i m\ \i\t fct^ 

tC I'CbCt/ un aparte. 

To ask, ctwa^ fragcit/ forbcrtt kgc^veti / btttcit/ detnnn- 

(Jer,faire demande de. To ask a queftion, ftrtgcil* ciltc 
fragc DOtleperi/ /<?/Vv «?/£" queftion. To ask people in the 

church, cine juf«ttffti«c e^e »on ber catiijd abfunbiicu/ 

aufbietctl/ publier les bans , ou /^J annonces de mariage. 
To ask for one, (after one,) nad^ \%Xi>\<X\\% fwgCrt/ dejnander 
quelquun. 

A^kiunce , f. Afcaunce. 

Asked, gcfraqet/ gcfobcrt/ ic. demand^ 

Askew, fc^Umm/ fc^eel. <mf bic fcitC/ ^<? tr avers. 

Asking, \i(ki frageil/ forbcnt K. /' action de dcmander, 
^c. f. To ask. You shall have your asking, i^r foUct 
eucr kgc^rctt ^abcii/ obcr/ roai? i^r k<icl)rct/ w«j <7«;fz. ^^ 

que vous de^fiandez, ou, c^ que vousfouhaitez. 

Aslant, auf bie fcitc, fd)linnn/ iwcrd)/ frumm/ in W 

frumme/ debiais,detr avers. 

Asleep, fd)lrtfenb/ eiaqcfd)lafci?, endormi,aJfoupi. To' 
make asleep, eiilfdjldfcrtl > fd)lafcilb ntrtd)et1/ endormir. 
To fall asleep, cinfdjlnfctt/ cntfd>lnfcft/ i' endormir. To 
lie to be,"^ asleep, fd)lafctl/ dormir. My foot is asleep, 
mct:i fu^ ijl mir cingcfd)lrtfCH / vwnpie c.fl tout engourdi. 

Aslope, fc^limm frumiti/ auf bicfcitC/ jttJcrc^/ fl'i? ^w/V, 
dctraverr. \. Sloping. 

Afp , afpin-tree , eiti rocifTct pflppcltauiw / bic flfpctt/ 
tremble. 

Afp, afpick, ciieflifti9efd)lanciC/ cine tiattn*/ afpic. 

Afnaracjiis, fparagrafs, fpatacl. fparaeii afpeige. 
Afpeft, ci' 'frc' t ^. r plrrctcr; ; ^T* vt>l)C!i/ ba^ ausfc^ctl/ 
tMS^HdiU/ afpe^,veue, regard, air, mine. 



ASP. ASS. 

Afpen ,, tjott ciiter ftfpeti/ obcr rociflem ya^^pcltniim , de 

tre?iible. f. Afp. 

Afper, ciitnfper, cine ?urdPifd)c mutifec, unafpre. 
Afperity, biernu^Cy rauf)ti!fcit, t)di-tc, fc^drffc. anrke. 
To afperfc one , cincrt fcrlouiKbcn - aufjtra^cti / fd)dni 
ben,' fd)mdben> l'cfd)rc»C!! / ihw cinai fd)anbfrcc!e;i aiibdn 

gctl/ diffamer quelquu7t,noircir,obfcurcir, fictrirfa reputa- 
tion, le calon:nier. 

Afparfed, ubel bcfc^rictt / gefc^dnbet/ gcfl^md^et jc, 

diffume, noirci, ftetri. 

Aiperiing, blc »cdciu«bua9/ fdjntdbung ' Hi jjevtcunti 

bCH/ K. r afiion de difj'amer , dcnoircir,^c.^.'To afperfc: 

Afperjion, bic kfvrcnfluug V bee fcf^anbflccf / \ik ux^ 

Icuinbunft/ uMc nacbrcbiV afperfion .- tache, calomnie, fie- 
trifjeure, diffamation. To caft an afpcriion upon one, 
ctiicm cinen fd)anbilccfen an^ciiacu/ cincn txxi^i bcfdntlbi; 

pcit/UeylCUmbcn/ kfc^l'cncfl / dijfamer quelquun , le ca- 
lonmtcr, le noircir de que I que crime. 

Afpick, citjciiiftt^iefc^langc/ cine natter/ afpic. 

Alpia-tree, f. Alp. 

Toafpirate, ttXO^^ mit cittcr afpirariou au^f|)rccf)e!t / fi- 
ncrt fpiritum afperum l5l)Cl' W] lt)crt fcljcn / afpirer , pronon- 
cer avcc afpiration. 

Afpirared, cincn fpiritum afpenmi'^abcnb / mitcincr 
afpiration inu^gcfprod)en/ afpire. 

Afpiration, biefit6cmf)0lurta/ bfl^ '^HUd&cn ; bic afpira- 
tion, ba^auJfprcdKnmitcincrafpiration, afpiration. 

Ai\ afpirate, eitl fpiritus afper, afpiration. 

Toafpjrc, onblaf.':t/ m\)^\X<\yin , foufler , venter. To 

afpire at (to, after) a thing, nac^ ctTOa^ flrcbcn / trac^tcn, 

UerlflHaeU/ afpirer li, pretendre a,beer apres quelque chofe. 

Afpircd to, or at, crn(llid) ijci'langct/ roernnc^ mnn jlrcbct 

Obci-tiad)tCt/ barummanan!)dlt/ aquoi P onafpire, aquoi 
/ on pretend. 

Afpiring, i)a-3 flrcktt/ bdi trad^tcn^ K. / ' at'7iun d' afpirer, 
<^c. f. To afpire. 

Afquint, Adv. e.g. To look afquint, fc^ie(cn/«bcrjttJCr(f> 
\t\)tn> regarder de travej-s. 

Afs, cin cfcl ; ein narv > ane -, fot. A she-afs , cine efclin/ 

uneaneffe. An afs-drivcr, cincfcUrcibcr, ««^»/Vr. 

A younn^ afs, ein cfcle^fullcn un anon. 

He plays the afs with himself, cr flcKct fic^ ndrrifc^/ // 
fait lefot. 

* To afsiil, ctn>(i3 anfaHen / fibcrfallcn/ angrciffcn, bc-- 
feften, bcfliirmcn, jum fampjf anrci^cn obcr auefcrbcrn^ 

af/aillir, attaquer. 

' Afs^ilant, ein flngrcilfcr/ bcr cinen anfdllt^ anijrcitfct/ 

affailant , aggrejfeur, celui quiattaque 

Afsiiled, aitgcfallcn/ angegrifttn* aJfailH, attaque. 
Asftiling, bae! anfallen / angrciffcn/ k. I'afUond affail- 

/ir,ou d' attaquer. 

Aflaraback, f Afarabacca. 

Afsart, S. cin ocrbrcc^cn, in ba^ ()ol(? abgctricbctt/ unb 

\)a^ tvilb UCrtliebcn roirb, If crime de ceu.v, qui fans pcr- 
miffion effartcnt le boii , qui fervent de fort aux betes fau- 
ves, en telle forte qu'rls ne pcux^ent plus revenir. 

To afsjtrt, bic bdume uon bcr n?nrvl an^rc iffcn t I'on gruttb- 
aueycrfilocu/ cin felbuon ben f(raud;crn unb ^ccfcn fdnbcrn/ 

effiirtcr, arracf'trjusqu aux racincs. 

Aflfainnatc, ciamCUitcimuvb, afjaffnat. 

To afiairmate, eincn mcud)du;6rbfrifc^cr ivcifc umbrin- 

gcn {m\<\Si.t:\<<X\^<yX'!:\^i\\?,afliiff:ncr,egorger.^ 

Afsadinarcd, mfiut;Cini6rbehfd}cr wcifc ubcrfallcn/ obcr 

«mgcbrflCl[)t/ affaffmi-, cgorge. 

AlTaj- 



ASS. 

Afiafline, tin It* ■: ^ r, »« ajja^mateur. 

Aisaulr, einan : " m^'^M. fturm; ajpiut ^ atta-^ 

que. To make ;ui aliauic upon one , citieit (JufuUcttf 
atl^rcitfCft fdjla-en , ajjadlir quelqu'un , / attaquer. 

Togo aflaulc , laufft^ fcpiT/ (twe Die ^unbinnenj f/r« f« 
Alsault, (inircc^t^anbd) cine bclcibipng, befc^imjjf' 

flina, cerme de palais , inftihe, mjure, affront. 

Toiisuuir, ctttJO^anfaUcu, ubcmllctt, ansrctjfcn; fccfJur- 

tnCiJ iUrafeCi)i««anrett;ciJ. ajjaii!:;;attaquer. 

Aisaulred, u&erfuUen, anyCbriifen/ ic. aJfalHi, &<:. 
Afiiuker, J>cretncn anfdUet/ angreitfet/ ajailiantt ag- 

grejj'eur. 

Afsauking,ber a!!gn'ff,anfaU,|lucm/ba^ anfalUH/Jc./' i»<?/o» 

d' aJJ'aiiJirtOMd attaquer. 

Afsay, cinocrfuc^/ cine probe, eiitprcbitucf/ (^/, epreuve. 
(. Eilay. Alsay-maller, f. Affayer. 

Toafsay, ctirae-Dcrrtic^cn/prufeii/ pvtiitcnj eiiicK»«rfu<§ 

t^Uil / hiltn, ijj'ayertfaireun ej/hi dtygoutcr. 

Alsay'd, Ocrfac^t/ pcobicrt, e^y^. e^ruuvi- 

Alsayer, eill muiltiprobictcr; ejfajcur. 

Aisaying, einuerfuib/ ba^uerfuc^cn / protircn/ JC ctti 
praeludium, praeambulum o&Ct tJOtfpicl/ C^'> ^ <7'^'0» 
d' tjfaysr-, isfc. prelude. 

'A\\i:, f. Afs. . 

Affemblagc^". cinejufammcnfammluKg/ ciit^aujfcity «/- 

fcml^lage, amas. 

ToafTembie, V.A.ttvadi jjctfammlcn , iufammcrtniffctt, 

affentbliTyCcnvoquer. To alTerable, V, N. fid) tJCrfanilltlcn/ 
iufammcn fommctt* j' ajjlmbler. 

AlTembled, ucr|'munlct/ ajjembli. 

AiTeinbling, t>a^ ycrfaniraUn^ JC / ' <?<^/w> <^<? convoquer, de 

s ajfe?nbler. 

Ailembly, cine tjcrfammluttg/ iufammcnfunft/ ttjjem- 

blee. 

AiTent, ber bct)faU, bic bcppfftcfitmtg/ gutficijTung/ cin^ 

MjiUigim^ f bcroilliguiig ; confcntetnentj approl'atfofi, aveu, 
agrement. • 

Toailentro, ettta^ecreinigcn/ cinwilligcn/ bcnpflic^tctt/ 
feiilcilbCttfaUbaiUgckn/ cunfentir, approuver, donnerfon 
confentcnient. 

Aflentation, bic fc^tttcic^crci)/ fuc^^fe^tDanftcrcij/ licifo; 

fuiig fiaterie. 

Aflentcd to , ciltgctriUigt/ K- « f«o/' r on confen- 
t!, &c. 

AlTenter, 5*. bct ba cilltoilligct/ ccttfentant. 

ToaflTert, ctnjas bet5auptcn/OOKcbcti/{)altcitfbe)a^cn/fa9cii; 
tenlr^foutenir, affirmer, dire. To alTert , ctTOfle fdjuBC!! ht^ 

fct>irmcn, ucrtl)cibigen/ banbt)abcn/erl)altcn//>r(//f'_^f?-, <jV/>«- 

drcy conferva; waintenir. 

Afl'^ed, \it\imttitili.foutefiU, &^. 

Aflerting, i)icbet)auptung. bcjabimg/ ucrt^cibigung, Sae 

bcI}aurtCU<K. / ' afiion defoutenir, is'c. f. To airert. 
Afieition, biebela^uiig, lc{)rc/ theiis , bet fug/ fc^lu^bic 

tJCrcctrcC^te niejjnuug ajjhtion^ffirmatictt.concluj^on. 

Ai'.eiTor, enter bcrba bc{)aupm/ Dertheibiget befc^uect, 
eintCIC^UBcr bcr ftiX^Mit, ajjh-teur, dtfenpur, protefJeur, 
tibtratiur. 

To afiefs, txt^ixi fc^dficn^cinc fcfiaBung miS.i%vi\,cm(sr. 
Ail-Ued, gcjd^dfiet/ co/Zp. 

AiTefsmenr, einc fdbaBung, auflage , fieuct cot'ifatlon. 
AiTeilor, eiuer ber U fc^dBet / eiti tic^tct im ficur'amt ; cin 

9tXiW\r.<;XiCittijtur.,un eliu\ affeff'eur. 

Mtis,s. iulflitglic^evcrlatycnji^aft, bie fe^ulbcu unb »cr- 



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mdc(nnib' abjUtragett/ bienfuff^fant laiff^i a4'ber'!tter,0H al'~ 
executeur teftarnenta'ire pour t>ayer les dettes , fy" Ics legs. 

Aircveration, tk bctl)curui;3 / bcjeitgung/ ucnic^emitg, 

crulllic^C bq<li)Un9 / protejfation, aff^urar.ct; affirmat/oH. 

To aflevere, V. A. bct^cutcn/ beitdubtg Pcrfi*:§crR/ bcw- 

\ft\Xi protejlei- , afsurer, affirvier. 

Aifiduity, ber fleig/ bic uttucrbrOJTcn^cit/ cmttg!ctt «#- 

du'tte, attachement. 

Afsiduous, unuerbrojfc!t,_ cmftg/ flcifig/ tf#^/w, diligent. 

Aisi'duousiy, Clttfig/ jtciMia, ajjtdumer.t,avec ajliduite. 

Aisign, ciii gecoUmdc^tiijtcry ycroibnctcr, anraalb, naval 
ttt, prpiUrotOP/ liabtt)aUer/ ayant caufe , agent , procureur, 
o\xfu!}ftitut. 

To afsign, ct»ag ubcrgcbctt/ «uftragcti,t)ctocbscn, bcncit' 
HCH/ bcfiinimcn/ on cinc^ a:ibcrn jiatt cinfcRcn, orbncH/ et- 
roa^ bcrecifert/ icigcii/ crjpcit'cii/ bvir.gcn/ anff^rcn, gcbcn, 

ccrnmeftre, nsmmer , deputer, fticfiituer; prouver, fa: re 
voir. To afljgn a leafe , t>ic ttlieti)Urtg ci;U5 ^iiufi cbCT 

lantt-auU cincm fliibcrn ilbcrlafTcti , aiiftniccn , ubcrgebctt/ 

tranfporrcr un bail. To aiUgn part of one's eilate for • 
the payment of one's debts, cinctj t^eii fciae^ ^/flutea \xv.\> 
gutC'J fcf)riiftiic^ ubcrgcbeti uiib a\mt\\i7,, am fcirtc KvUlbcti 
JU bcSiJl)lcn / a(pgn€J- unepartie de fes biens pour le paye- 
mtmt de fcs dtttes. 

AlCgnable, adj. Hi man attwcifcit/ iiberlaffcn Un,.quon 

fitut ajf-gner. 

Aifignation, bic bcftcUung/ ik bcftimmung be* crt^ uub 

ber jeit/ ajpgv.ation. 

Alsigned, pcrorbrict/ K, depute^ i^c. 

Afsignee, f. Ailign. 

Afsignment , fie attTOciiung / iibcrgebung , ubcrlaffu^g/ 

tranfport, ceffton, ajpgnat, ou ajfignation. 

To afsimilate,»erglei($en; gcgcn eitianber^altcn/Ctleiefima? 
C^eit/ na(^ti)UIl/ comparer ; egaler. f. To counterfeit. 
Afslmilated, t>ergli(j&en mit/ JC. compare, ifc. 

Aliimilating, fcic »erglei^un9/ biie j>crglci(^ett, JC. /V- 

^ion de comparer, isfc. 

Asilmilation, '^k glcic^nWC^Ung / ajfimilation. 

Afsife, l" Aifize. 

To afsiil, eincm bcnftc^en, bcl*fen, bcpfptinaeit, bcpffanb, 
l^ultfc kitlcn ; kipn)oI>ncn / anrtcfeiU) fCDn , gcfcUi'd)ant Ici^ 

ftcn. affifiei: 

I have afliAed him to the ut moft of my power, xA} 
^abc \^\\\, fo Piel mir iiur nioglic^; ^alffe gclcifrct/^ t'al as- 

Jijie de tout mon pouvoir. 

To aifiil at a funeral, bcttt Ictcfe-bcgdttgmg bcottsc^iieit / 

fe trouver, oua/Jffler aux functailles. 

Aislilance, tic ^iilfc/ "iitx bcw^anb/ bie fccproobnung/ tf;- 

A writ of ailiftance, ctiic ft^riiftli^^C JJCrotbtlUltg, ciltcm 
mit bcr geric^t? fclgc bcp jUJicljen / ordre du juge fuperieur 
de preter main forte. 

Aisiftant, citi bclifcC/ bcpgonb / bcr ci«cra ftcpfkM/ ^f^*^ 

qui aide, qui ajfsjle; eiti jiiborcr/ mitgchtllfTe, cincr bcr \i\t 

I'ac^c jUQlcict> mit <iii^<>m, ijcr^orct/ m auditeur,un nffs- 

fiant, un bomme prefent; citt amt^<'gen0jfc / MfiBcr ObfJ 

i niitJChulffC/ un collegue, un aJfeJTenr. 

Afsii'ted, bcm ocbplifctt roirj) , ajpfte. 

\ Alsulring, i>ic t)illtfe/ ber bct>flaab/ ba3 ^clfTcn/ jc. I'aflht* 

I d'aJPjler, ^-c. f. To alfiil. 

i Alsize, cin lanb'fiig, citi allgcmcincr qctidSti-tati in ci- 

i ncr graffitfltft/ aJJ^j'^, Jurez, To hold the aJliies, bcH fllU 

! gcmcincti acricfats - tag in cincr graffc^aift l)altc»/ tcnir les 

aj/ifes. The general tifaes, bet allgcmcinc Imt-taoi pbcr 

E gcrid)tj' 



34 



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gcrtc^W^ag im gan^cti rcic^e/ /?j affiles generates, h&z^s 

of weights and meafures, tie atlOV&HUil.q Hllb anilaltlttcgctr 
t>e^ gCiuid)tC^ Unb maa^ee/ reglemens tmchant les poieis^ 
ies iHefures.. The affile of a commodity, ber prci^ Ptct 
til); cincr c§tl*(JarC/ le prix, ou k taux d'une denree. 

To afsrze, cnva^ anorbtieti/ jcidnien/ tclliinmcri/ regler. 

Afsized, auoicerbnet/ 2C. y^?//?. 

Aisi-zer of weights & meafures, ber b«:^ c?Ctt»'cl)tC Utlb 
ntiiaf? anwbiiet *bcr \t^\\(Xi cciui ^ui i-egle ks poids ^ les 
inejures. 

Afsizcs, f. Aifize. 

Aflbciare, cin coiifcrf/ iUflcfcKtcr / mitgcfdl/ mitgetiofc/ 

flntti?*gCnCtTf/ »» aJ]hctc,iincollegue. 

To aflociate, emcti ^wgcfeUcH/ \\\ gefcUfd)a|ft flufne^mcn ; 
mit cincm gcfcUfc^afft ma(t;cti/ fic(> ',« '^W gefcUen/ fd) itt gc- 

jVUfc^afft cinlOffcn/ Ivcgekit/ ajjoela-; s'affUia: ' 

Alfociated, jugefiUct/ H\ ^^/t/w. 

Aflociating, bi« sugefcUuiig / bfl9 5ugefcUett/ :f. ration 
d'njjhcier] &c. 

AfTociation, tiU jtigcfcUmtg/ rait9C}#llfc{)fl|ft/ »ert>uiibnlfv 

affhciation, cabale, confediratmi. 

To afsoii, (afToyle,) eliieti lo3fi)recf)cn/ abfobircn; oom 
tanite bcfrcpcti/ bcnfcanw abne^mcii/ atfoudrei lever I'ex- 

Afsoiled, (aiToyled,) lo5gcfpro(^ctt/ uom (jattiTC bcfpepet/ 

abacus, qui n'ejtplus dans Pet at d'un excommunte. 

Afiooii, as, fo Oalb/ fo \iQS^ oXi I d'ebord f/ue, auffi tot 
que, des que. 

To afsLime to one's felf, ctma^ HC'^ftiCtt/ DOJ'gcbCtt/ if)m 
fcll'il lUeionctt/ jumeffeti/ bcijntcffen/ fidj cnie^ bitigci? atimflfi 

fat, s^atfi'ibuevy s'approprier, s'at-reger, pretendre a. He 
sfiumed a Deity to himfelf, crgab fid) fuvclnc:! @Ott au^, 
:l fe fit pttjjer pour Dieu. Our Saviour has alTum'd flesh, 

iinfcr .^e^lanb ^at nicHfcOlid^e uatiivaii fic^ gcncmnicn/W- 
.'/•f Smiveur s'eji inearne. He afTumes in all companies, 

cr mac^t fic^ unter alien Icuten grofi'/ jl tranche par tout. 

He aflumes too much to himfelf, er tnlbct ficl) gar \\xm\ 
till/ er nimnit f:(^ gar ju »tcl l)iiinu3/ il s'en fait trop ac- 

ircire, il fait le fat, ou le gloricux. 

Afsumed, gcnoUtniCtl/ iUgCBlCJfcn/ Vl.prls, que Pon s'ap- 
proprie, ifc. 

Afsuming, tkanttia^mig, |ueyn«ng,b<^ t«^me»/K. Pa- 
rian de prendre, dfc. 

An aisumpfir, cm UetfpCCC^ett/ HVQU'i^/ un pa^e, un 
contraft. 

AiriuTiptlon, S. tfki fct! bcri)«nimdfafirt Maria?, affom- 
pthn,fete de Pajfomptiott de la v/erge. item, fill bcrio- 

■ i^ic,) bcr minor ciuc^ fyilogifmi, aj/bmption, mineur d'un 
fjl'vgif7ne. 

Alsiirance, tik fid)er{)cit/ gmif?i)dt; bie ticrfit^cning/ 

^irgfc^affi: ; bic h'l^ufecif/ DCnncffeillxIt/ aff'eurance. 

To aisure, cu5C!U)cvficf)£ni/ (1)111 yitftcfjcniitg gcbcit/ btirg- 

■ fc^ajft llctleil/ gcbcir/ tJcrfpre(^cn/ affcurer, amtionner,. fro- 
viettre. Affure yoiirleli" that, fetfb »crt!4>cvt/- ba«!/ rottfct 
fiSr gereiS, nrntct cuc^ dnc gcn!iffc \i^nmo,, tin'ffcf baj?, 
/o;><?z aff'cureyfaites votre eonte quc^ a^kirt'^vvusxiue,fa- 
^■heZr que. 

Asiurcd', »crf!C^«t, %m'\.% a^eurk, catain. 

Afsurcdiy,.flcR)i§iu^/ octftc^ert/ fuvgcroil?/ fic^erUd^/ 't^*- 

rcmer.t, certuinement. 

i^fsiircdncfs, .9: «)crrdjeiiing/ cenltHde. 

■J'o. aiswagc, ctm.}f Hirbcrn/ jitUeir/ milbcni/ tciHnfftfgcn/ 
lfgi'itib<;u; ii.iCOlaiTe"/ «»fj)UiTiiy ftd) loicn, fitl) ftiKcii/ ffd) 
ktiiiiffitigcn tajjc'.i •■, atnidjincii/ iwtljliHTtn ^ (id; fcJiCH/ Outc 



ASS. AST. 

Cl'nc «cfc5mulfl/)tf^«^(?«"V. appaijer; s'addbucir^ s'appaifer? 
fe defenjler , s'abbaljjh: 

Afsv,-aged, gcttlilbcrt/ K. addouci, ^c. 

Afswagcr, m\x bcr '^<x Utibctt/ niilbcrt/ fWlct/ bcfdiiffri' 

jet/ }C. ^?// addoucit , ^c. 

Afswaging, bit Ituberufig/ \i\^^\i\\\>m\/i<.addouciJfemetit, 
Pa fit on d' addoucit; i^c. 

Ailcrisk, alterifm, i\\\ jicrittcm (4ti cMicm buc^cOdngej 

(lime/ ajirrisque, ajierrfme ; conjlcllation. 

Afthma, bic cngbrufriijfcit/ fdjrcerer att>cm/ ^/7-^>w, «^/- 

fculte de refpiration. 

Althmdrick, cngbrufltg/ efihmetique. 

To aftonish, cineu erfd)rccEcn/ bcixurijctti ll)n Itt »cmum 

berufig ^t^n, furpremlre , etonner. 

Aitdnished, befturBef; erfcf)vt)cleti / bet ftc^ etitfcPct/ cr^ 

jlamiCt/ etonne,furpris. 

_ Aftoiiishment, btc bcfturfitmS/ b(r^ citffcijcrt/ crftaunrt, 

etantre»iei7f,furprtfe. 

A-ftraddie, A. bcr bic bctiie t»o!i emanbert^ut/ (fpcrret/) 

i califourchor.s, jarnbe deqa jambe dela. 

Ailragal, bcr rciif/ ccani| obtrring urn ciuefditlcobcrdtt 

flUCfC / aflragak. 

Alh-iy, tfa'c. r. f . To go affray, fi(^ uerirrCJI, be^ Weac'^ 
Oerfdjleil/ s'egarer. To lead aftray, elueu UeVkitCIl/ ill CT- 
tl>unt fu^retl/ 4e«''^^'i detoumer. 

AftrJly, S". clrt DCrirrtC^ d)icr/ bete ifpave. 

Aihi'dion, 5". \i<M an \\i) jic^cfi/ ba^ ftPpffen be^ letbc^v 

fey-rement, effet de Pajhingcnt. 

Aftriftive, ait fi<^ Sic^CItb/ bCtt Idb ffO?>{fcnb/ ajiringent, 
qui rejj'erre. 

Aftridc, tDlC aftraddle, comme ailraddlc- 

Aftrin^ent, f. Aftriftive. 

Aftrolabe, eitt aftrolabium obcr mftrumcnt, fo matt JU er* 

funbtjiutig bee lauffc^ bcr fl;rnc gcbrouc^ct/ afrolabc. 

Aftrologe, cflcrlUCet)/ t)0ln3«r8/ ari(lolochiejfarrafine. 

Albologer, cin ftet:jt=beutcr/rt./?roA«-«r 

Aftrological, tDO^^bcr ficnt^'bCUtCV^funfi %<i,ZXi\, tiflro- 
logique. 

AlbologicaUy, adv. fljirologtfff)/ afirologiqucment. 

Allrolugy , bie ficni'bCtViU-bt'funil/ ajh-ologie. 

Judicial -aftrology, jtcru-'beut-funfl / afirologle jtidicl- 
aire. 

Aftrdnomer, Cl'ltdcrrt'f^cr/T/^^^""'''^- , 

AftroHomical , JU Xitx iicrn=fcl)cr'fanf! gci^on'g / cfirom- 

mlque. 

Afirdnomy, bieficrit-fc^er'F«nf!/|fcnt'fimft, afironomie. 

Afunder, vond'.tftiibcr/ abfonbcvlic^^ bcfoubcr^, bcDfcitz/o 

parement , a pert. 

Asweli as, fo m\)\ fl(^/ fo Wi fp ^efftt'd/ al-^, ^'# ^'f» 

ff«e, /7?</^;r que. As well as I love you , don't think I 
slraU do diat, T»ic fei)t id) cuc^ ttuvf) licbC/ fo fcilbct tuc^ 
bod) nid)t eiit/ ^<x^ id) fblcl)ei^ tl)un recrbc/ quelquc amltH 

que J aye pour vous , ne croyez j^Sy que je fijje celu. As' 
well as could be, as well a» can be, |£l)r tpphl/ fiiUIg gitt/ Cl 
f otttc nid;t beiJcr fci)i'/ /<"'' '^'^"» '*' ''"'«•*■ -''" wc/«V^. 
Afyle, dncf«#abt/einfvc})c?/bcfrci)t«ort/ dnfritiPir^)r/ 

ntylcy refuge. 

'hty \% voir, m, cor, bet^/ vix, Ay chcz. Ar the, jnnr, wx[\, 
am, ucr, bc^ni/ ini/ «, ^'^ ^ /'/. "^i--<- Ar our houfe, bet? 
Ut!3 int t)au{t, <''^f= "'^"■- At Rome, |u SKoni , « AVw^-. 
/it borne, JU ^airfe, eu logls. To be at open war, of;; 
fc-lt':ic^cn fricg fitl)rc«/ fe fnlre ouvertcmau la guerre. 
Xq 5cangrvacoae,uiJ«dHCn4Wf«i3 )y^h «wf cmcHjsjnng, 

uii9d)aUeit 



A T- 

•nae^tllteit fi^n, f^re fai/^e C6ntre quelqu'un. To be 
laa^h'd ar, ^u' :■•?' -■' ' ■■'^■•' ' ^: - n:^ju^. All rliJnjs 
are oxder d z - 

aUeMn^e: C;.: - • 

tuiSes j:bofts fjiit regUcs poj- ia vakmc ae Dieu. He eii- 
ter'd at tiie window, cr \i\ii juni fcn^^t f>iueill/ Uetara 
per la fin'ztrc. To buy ar iecond hand, OUf bcm trobcl 
iiW^VX , alt !aum:n / achher ifc !.: f:.:".{e main. I don't 
value hi^n at a rush, id:^ frJCtC itjiU, t*:^ Oid^rcibn 

%mr ::u JiTtii^cnmc&t/ ii> : uufihii/ ;/<? "V'J 

^,: He is at pc^cc wiui Dencnark, cr ^at 

fru ^ .rincniiJrcf / /Vt"/^ fw *<wj: avcc L- Daaeman:. 

What would you be at-' j»ai tDclkt ihr{)atcn? worouf 
itctcti^r? raa^ ill cucr abt'ti'fn"? q^e pyetii-.d^-z vous fai- 
vStre veiie •' I'll fee what they would be at, 
TOid nc f)akn B»>Ucn, nw^ iJ)c Detlangcn ijt/ 

U);,, :I JXi/jS verray ce qt^ils fe propofent, quel eft- 

Li die eji Icur rnfentron. To be at jr, i^eine 

i( (ic |':J»rt fr Sluf 

fcld?c ir;j('c fagt v. ;>:::, C'cv i^ ,;. 

lOjmbft/ iiTct, thr. ' «c. Heisati:. 

Di:l lit/ ;5i6 cp man ■ ' r E>c:^,- mt c: ic r--rij 

ferubcr her iii, reic c: ..t, k. c'r/i unenmnu- 

re dc pc:lertres t-e;/;.,;,v ;,.■, i^ q::- jirapporu a tauics fortes 
J^ occupations , ferieufcs ou eirveftijpmtes. AirJi un dit 
ti'un bommi q^ui ctudict qui scrit, qui mnnge, qui loit, qut 
ytvi-, &c. He is at ity c'eft a dire ^ le voUa dans I'occupa- 
fioiijli - ::idie., qui ccrif , ifc. He longs to be 

at it, tt: cr; juifcn i'c,m bjrnai^, er n>oUc ti gern 

l^flbetl/ ics i-i.i:i:s lui demar.gent. * She longs to be at it, 
tet fuRcl t:id)t fte, fjc tooUe gernc ihre lu5 buifcii, elUs'im- 
pa:- '■'- - Uterles fruits de lamour. To be hard at it, 
ga ci' etwas fcnii, ffcifig an cttual arkitCH/ rra- 

vaiJiL' /(.', ^ fame. To be at the charge of a thing, 
itc unfeftcn auf ctwas wcni'cn , bie unfojtcii bovcr tcjaE- 
lei!/ /><y-'' la fa£on d'une cbofe^ U fairc fuirc a fes fraix 
& dcpens. To be at a great deal of charges, %Xtnt Utlfc- 
<ren aufrocnben / depenfcr beaucoup. People were at hiin 
©vcr & over, to kjaow, how this came about, \i\t Icutc 
Ijabcni^u cnitpiiM inc^ bcm an&crtt ubcrlautfcH/ um iu cr- 
fat)ren/ recbcr C6 Dc^ acfctimtcn/ ba§ ft* ticfc^ iugcfra- 
gClt/ pw rimportun-jit a tout moment ^ pour f aim r y com- 
vienf cela etoit arrive, if c. To be at thepiins ol" doing 
a thing, {u^ bic mut)e RCt)mcn Ctnjfl^ JU t{)U:l , pcndi-e la 
peine ae faire une cbofe. To be at fea, auf bcm mccrc 
fcwt, ff?v /';;■ ;;;f;- To be at a Itand,to be at i lofi, am 

tt' " nn, im Jtt.iifcl ftcbc!t,ni(^t rciiTen, recr- 

ju , :1Teii foU/ iwtvin man ftcf) ircuDcn foil/ 

?/7V iw ^«»»f , n« f avoir plus de quel c€tS fe tvurner. \. 
Stand ttnb Lois. To be at an ead, citl eilbc balscH/ etre 
acbeve ou />:/. Your honour lies at ftake , Ci bcnffft CU^ 
we^rc/ cf tit 'oicrart cure cftregelegeii/ //_>' va de vrArehon- 

neur, voire honncur y eft ir.teytffe. Hard to ccune at, 
mai mail qar t'crn'crlid) babcii fau/ ttorju mtin ot)nc arofc 
niutcnJii^t r ■ - qu'on ne peut avoir que diffdle- 

mtnt. ToL. -. mupig fcflH/ nicfers ju tf>un babcii/ 

i<tr babctty r/;c ^'.- /: .y;;-, avbir Uijir. To be at odds with 

one, mit ctnem eincti jtrctt baben, jancfcri/ Hncinia fepit/ 
*rr<f «j different avcc quelquun, itre krouille avec lui. To 
let at one people that are fallen out, perfcnCH/ tie llc^ gc^ 
icncfcf/ tvtc^er mit ciuanterocrfobiien,. rajuftcr despcrf^n- 

rtes bruuiHecs, les recor.ciiier.. To be at hand, flcf) ad- 

^crtt, mdfi mil fepn, baU> fca fe^n jterbcii / i«aeg«:r fewi, 



ATC. A TO. 



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D<» ^ajibeit/ tut §anb fepit, auftti»rtcii/-*>'/"c^rt-, i'apprt- 

cbcr, c:re prcs, ou itre a la manj, ou a la partes de qui'- 
qu'uK. To be at a point, i-t filter fflC^e f*ft aat<? fc«!t; 
etre presque d''accord. At the iiril appetriag of Caefar, 
fo baii) fl(^ (EdfJt bcWWr t^it/ ai^fp tot q-te Cejar parut. 
At the finding out of that coun~\-, aU niRtl ^d^ lanb ent' 
i/CCfiv/ quanJ on decouvrit ce pais ik. At my hearing af 
that, rocnil tt^ &at>Cn ^OrctC/ qua-.d j\isu:r.dis cela. He 
begins at Romulus, er mad^t »on Romulo tscit W.\M%, H 
coDnnence par Roniulus. I'll never take this wrong at 
your hands, i(6 will t'icf:^ unr:c^t ntramcrmeJjr yen cniii 

itil>tti,Je »e foufprirai jamais ce tort que V9us me fal.es 
At any time, f. An}^ Ar that time, ju bcifclbitt j£<t. 
en ce terns la. At no time, litcmafcU/ tU'.nniemrcb!^. j"/?- 
mais. At one time or other, bcrm.lblcin^/ mit ber iCtt/ 
eimnabl/ quelque jour. At this prefent , ju ti:f;r :cit. 
IBO/ ailiftO/ maiiUcttant, prefenterncnt. At that rate, f. 
Rare. At kit, at Ien2[th , ^ulcfit/ mit ber teit, ^s'?. A: 
nrft, at the very hrft, glcid^ JU Ct^, in; ivr !?. </'\i- 

<>«•</, ait frifmnencemefst, tout a coup. A ^ Oittiiif 

anfangii - ' ^i, d'aiord,d:t pr-:m:cr aup. Athrft 

blush, .-;. .:, aljoatb, «Ici(^ azm^i, tout a ccuf. 

At one bij.v, ;±:sh, bout,) aUc^ ouf cirtmabl, ill eiac« 
rtrd(i»c. few/ d'un coup. At unawares, uni'vrfcbe:i3/-UIt? 
OtT ' ::: qu'oKj fcnfcy arimproviti. At a word. 

Ili.: . .tc, eu u.-i jnot. At a v=enture, Ouf ungefe^r/ 

aufj tjiuuv- i;r.i, icicritflimia/ tLir^cfDancnvC mcifc/ <» /<?«/ /"^ 
zardy temerairemcni y incdnfukrenmit. At once, fluf 

etttraabl , \v, cinem ftrcii^e/ in ctner rau^/ /»»/ d'un coup, 
tout d'un train, tout d'une venue. At all, got/ qant mib 
^ar. ^ tout. I did It at your command, ic^ t^ai c^ anf 
CUrcn befell/ j^ ^'^y y^'' P^' ''Stre ordre. Ready at hand, 

fertig nxtt bercit, ganR in bcreitfd;afft/ io bcriia^C/ ni4)t 
recit ob/ tout fret. 

To atchleve, ctiua^ tBtitt, MmiifUn, bcijefien, »frttcV 
luen, au^fuhreH/ bc»crcfttvUigeii//w;v, exccuter, vtnir a 
bout de. 

Atchieved, act%an, IC.faity ^c. 

■ Atch:evemeat, cine trcfildiw ctc^eyf etubmte t^^, eet- 
ricbtung,. bclben-tbat; {ifi'in, vacT^tn, exploit, aSiion kla- 
tants ; armes. Learned atchievemeats, ffbrtfftca. tie col- 
Icr r«elehrj'HOf cii jinb/ d*: favaas ttuvraves, des 4a-its plein: 
de f avoir. 

Ate, a?/ c'eft un preterit du verbe to eat. 

Atheifin, bcr athcifntU;?, atbeijmt. 

Atheill, cin ati^dtii, atkie. 

Atheii'tival, arvciiiifc^, ccfttO^/ athle, 
i Athet^tically, at&cijlifc^ar, gotiloier wejfe, ttfte ci« af^ei- 

\lii r.i athee. 

Athirl^, burjtig , alter L, qui afoif. 

Athlet, fin fcd^tCT/ farapffer, athlete, combatant. 

Athletick, iu ctae m fe4>ter gelyorig,; tapfcr, d' athlete au 

yi?rr, vigouTcux. 

Athwirt, <|ucr llbor, iiberj!»erc^, dt tr.rvers. To thriw 
one athwart a couch, ci;ien Winter f:(6 ouf beti ruJcn uiif 
fin bette tcerfen^ rcnverfcr qwilquun fur un lit. 

AnTin'fphcre, S. bcr laft-rrcitf/ atmofpbeie. 

Atom, atome, ei:i uiijcrt^cilbocca Idbldn, ei« luft- ct;i 
feuncn-ibublct;: ^'c-^r t 

To atone, ' SiitTcir ; etnen Dcrfobric-t/ be ■ 

frifbi^cU/ bejj. .-x, expici; recL>r.ci/ieryap-' 

' j&/.'//rt-. To a:o£ic one s ilif to God , fic^ tuit ^itt »er- 

: fobtien / /«• fec^nciHtr avcc Dieu. Virtue arones for bo- 

jdily defetb, bte tu«f nb »crbir«et vuit^r i^rera \d)dr\ bie 
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ATO. ATT. 



jttdttgc! obcr mfm\lid)hit bti Uibci ; bU tugettb erfcBct 

ba^lcnigC/ roa^ am Uibc it))kU iavertu cache onrepare ks 
defttuts die corps. He had the skill to atone fo many 
differences, er xoAX ii^x gcfrf)tcft,j«matid)crlct> t!rctt4anbcl 
bC»5UlC(lcn'(a»fjn^eki1/) Uavohl'adreJJe d'ajujlertousces 
dlfft-rends. 

Atoned, flu^gcfo^nt/ ocrfo^iit/ i&efrtebiget/ jc. f.v/>/V, 

recondite. 

Atonement, tlertu^fo^ttung/ pcrfo^tiuitg/ befnebli^utig; 

bcgiitlgnug / Cilt JJCrfo^n-opffi^P/ expiation ^ propUlation, 

Jacrtfice. 

Atrabilarious, \\xt fcf;rt»arfiett gallc flc'fion'g / Jitdait(^o* 

Iif(^; niit>f r mdflUt^olci) lK'i;aftC:t atrabUahe. 

Atrocious, adj. i^raufilllt/ qrculii"^' atrocejmmie. 

■* Atrocity, tie oraufamFcit/ greuU'c^Fdt; dt-oche, enor- 
Jiiite. 

To attach, ctroa^ anfalleti/ (in^altctt f tjcrarreflirett / ci- 
nett inyerf)«ft nctmtcit/ kt)m Fopjfc tic^mcit/ ctiwa^ pfaii.- 

bCrt/ roe^ncf^mctl/ f aire arret, arreter,fai/tr , fe fai/ir de, 
faire un^aijie de. 

Attached, a»cic^alteit/ Dewrrefliret/ (tjon cincr fi-aiicf^eit) 
Attachment, i)cr attcf!> ucr^aft/ t»iean^altutt(?/ pfdtt* 

tiunq / tUC(31l4muug / arret,fai/ie. The court of attach- 
ment, ciil gcric^te OOr bie forilcr^ c our for hi ere. 

Attack, citt anfaU/ uiigrtff/ attlauff/ (lurm/ cine bcfturinuttg/ 

attaque, afpiut. 

To attack, etwag uberfallett, anfallcrt/ artgrctffen/ U-- 

reitnett, bcfturmctl/ attaquer, aJpnlHr. 

Attacked, atl^cfallCtl/ attgc.artffen/ JC attaque ^c. 

Attacking, tec attfrtU/ attgriff/ ba^ anfaUcii / jc- r afilon 

d' attaqiieriattaque, affaut. 

To attain at, (to) F". iV. to attain, K .(^. acTattgcit \\X Cftva^ 
meic^CU/ er^altctl, crlattgctt/ crlerneU/ atteindre a , parvenir 
a, optenir, acquerir, apprendre. 

Attainable, tt>a^ mrtncr^flltett/ Icriteii obcrcrrcii^eti Fait/ 

que I' onpeut obtenir, apprendre, ^c. 

Attainder, bte ubcrjeugung I ubewctfuttg twegctt dnc5 

Ia|lcr^> convifiion,preuve evidente d tin crinte. A bill of 
attainder, cinubiVWCi^nMi'i(ibt\fUnbi//deconvi^io», ou 
//' atteiiJte. ' 

Attained, attained to, Ctl^attCtl/ errclc^Ct/ gewonitcit/ JC. 
sbtenu, ^c. 

Attaining, bic crlan(7Utt9' b<xi cr'^altctt/ erretc^ei?/ gclaitgctt 

JU/ K./ a^ion d obtenir, &c. f. To attain. 

Attainment , \i\z crlanguiig / cr^altUttg / acquijttion. 
To ward the attainment of falvation , }U erraiiguuil bcr 

friisFcit/ urn btc fcllgFcit ju cvlangen / potr,- obtenir lefa 

lut. . 

Attaint, 5*. <?./. upper attaint, eiticocrraicFuiig/ obcrcme 
ccrlcfuiiabcrfpainifflbcrtiXwirb gcbrauc^t unter ben baurcti 

tinb pfcrbar^tcil/) nerfferure. 

To attaint, cinen ctnesj lajlcr^ ubcntjcifcn / ubcrjctigctt ; 
etma;^ auftccFcii, oerberben, bejiccFeit ■ bcrcf)iutl5ett . cntftJrbcit, 

Cincn fc^anbjTecF an^cngetl f convaincre de quclque crime ; 
tacher, corrompre, tej'nir, Jietrir. To attaint the blood, 
buvcfjcilicbofc ti)(lt(e.g. burcf) cill bcaanjlCttC^ crimen k-fa; 

majeftatis) fct'rt geblut bejTccfcn , unt) fcinett tiacfjFommcu ci- 
ncn l)cfl!djen fc^ibbf!evF aul)cn3eii; tacher fe fang par un 
crime de Itz-e majefe.') 

Attainted, ubcrjeiiat/ tlbemtcfcn ; angcflcift/ ucrbcr? 
bcii/ befJccFt; bc5 abcl^ entfe^ct obcr bcnoinmen/ atteint, 
convaincude que/que crime -f tachit corrompu , fletri i de- 
grade defa noblejfe. 



ATT. 

Attainture, uerborbctt gcblfltC//tf»g' corrumpu. 
Attaque, f. Attack. / 

To attemper, ctwa^m^figeit/tempemcn/ linbcrit/ tempe- 

rer,?}ioderer,addoucir. 

Attempered, gcnui^igCt/ tcmpctirt / gcUrtbCTty modere^ 
tempers, addoiici. 

Attempt, cirt DorticT)mcrt/ begtnnert/ uerfuc^, tot'babeft/ 

anfd>Iag t entreprife, effort, effiii, tentative. An attempt 
againll the law, m iJCTOegcncr (Kifc^lrtg / cin trc53ell)afftc^ 

bCiUnnen / fo Wiber "tiOA cicfc^C .laufft. un attentat , une entre- 
prife centre les loix. To make an atrempr upon one, to 
take away his life , ctncm nac^ bem Icbcu flcllcii , f crfitc^en, 
ob man cincn iim^ Icben bringeti Fau/ attenter fur la vie de 

quelqu'un. 

To attempt, etttja^t'crfuc^cn/ jjomc^mctt/ untcvfangen/ 

trac^tcn ; Wor^abcnf erareprendre , effayer, tenter. To 

attemptupon a man's life, cittcm nac^ bcitt Icbcn ficKcn/ il)m 

nac^ Ictb unb Icbcn trac^ten, emreprendre ou attenter fir la 
vie de quelqinin. 

Attempted, »orgcnommciI/ UCrfw^t/ K. entrepris, es- 
faye. 

Attempter, 5". bcc Cttt5a5 untCtfangt/ ^^/«/ qui entre- 
prend. 

Attempting, etrt anfcf;lag/ cine untcrfal)ung / "iioA uot;^ 

nc'^menDOroabcn/ bcginncn/ JC, entreprlfe., /' a^ion d' en- 
treprendre, <bfc. 

To attend, cincm aufttjartcn ; i^n bebicncnr i^m nac^<5c* 
t)cn; cine^ tuarten ; it>n pflcgcn / in ai^t ncbmcn ; fic^ an<ic* 
Icgcn fet)n lafcn ; cincm aufmarten , tf>:i bcalciten, iw feincm 
gcfolac ^ix^n, i^m aufroartung t^ww, d\w.\ erroamn^ nuf 

it)rttt)arten/ fcincr gcreartig iiX)\\, fervir -, garder ; vaguer, 
prendre foin de ; fuivre, accvmpagner , fair In cour a ; at- 
tendre. To attend to (unto,) nuf cftViVJ ac^tling gcbeit/ 
fleipg aufmcrcFcn/ nnbd^tig jnborcn/ ju^ordjen ; ctroa^ er? 

WegCrt/ fiCtfjig bCtrac^tcn/ ecouter attentlvement ; confide' 
rer , faire reflexion. To attend one's devotion, fcine 
anbai^t BCri'tcf)tcn/ faire fa devotion. The like punish- 
ment attends you, e^ roartet curcr cine fllcicf»ni(i^tgc fh-a? 
fc/ il)r^abt cbcn bcralcic^cn frrafc ju cmartcn, lamcme 

punitton vous attend, ou vous efl refervee. Great misfor- 
umes attend wars , bcr Fficg jic^ct gtof? unfjcil tta6 ftc^r 
bringt Did UnglficF mit ficf)/ la guerre traine apres foi de 
grands malheurs. VI luck attend you, ba^ unclucF folge 
CUC^ malvous enprenne. 

Attendance, cin grpffcr fTci^; bic aufmcrcFfamFcit ; \i\.t 
oufTOiirtung , ba^ aufreartcn, bebicncn; Hi ^cfijcfinbc^ 
bn^acfolgcrgelcit biclcutc tmb bebientcn einc^ ^crni//o/», 

afftduite;fiijettion,fcrvicc\ train, cortege, fuitc. To 
give frequent attendance upon a Prince, eincnt S^'ll^tnoft 
auiWiUten t cttt>i^ »on IJ)m mit f!ci§i-Kr ntifraarfung ju gc* 

rolnnenfncfjcn/ flCtfiiUU^Ofc fc\n\ , fiire fouvent fa cour i 
un Prince, etreuncourtifan tijjidu. * To dance attendan- 
ce, cmclanfiejcitoergcblic^aufwarfcn/ lan(iett>Qrtcn» '^"fw- 

dre long terns en vain , faire le pie de grtir. He died for 

want of attendance, cf fiotb/ njcil cr^Fctnc tvattung l>attC/ 
ilmotirutfaute defecours. 

Attendant, ein bicncr, nacf)trctci' ; bcr in cinc^ (^efolge 
ifl> cin aufwdrtcr/ bcbicntct/ cincr bcr mtt cincm anbcrn/ 
gc^ct/ i^maufmartct/ cine nac^tidnvicrin - ein Fammcrbte- 
ner; cine Fammcrjnngfrau / un fervitcur; un humme, ou 
jFcnimedefafuited'un, ou //' une autre. Adileafe with 

its attendants , eincFran(fi)cit, famt alien it)rcn bcglcitcnbcn 

jtlfdllcn . une maladie avecfcs fuites. 
Attended, bcblenct/K./^'^'/. " , 

Atten- 



ATT. 

Attention, fete aufmcriFfamFp!t# otifmcKfuiig / ottba^t 

]:c^iik:\kdt 'itteKfhK. 
Attentive, lufm.rifajn/ anbac^ttSf aviUtwa^fitifiqb^ 

flijfcn, nttint'tf, arf'-^-i', attaehe. 

Attentively, nr nt. 

Atteariveneii, . ,x,atten' 

fhn, afpihatior. d ij'fmt. 

To attenuate, ctiDi* Jjcm'ngcttt/ »cmiintcr!t , jjcrHci- 
ticrn gcriiuct nwd^tn obcr fc^deco/ nrt^tfo Ijoc^ fc^a^en/ 

extiiiuer, amolndrlr, dimwutr. 

Attenuated, omitigcrt, DCrcUiucrtf attsnue t extenue, 
•s'c. 

Attenuating, adj. tjcn&cvcr^cnetjsc^raud^Itc^ , roannfie 
icrrncJlet. jcrtfcibct attcr.uatif. 

To atteil: , etwa j- bc^'u icii/ befrafttgeit / jcugni§ gebot, <7^- 

teficr.,rend,i tcmoigr.age, conjii-iner. 

Atteftstion, ciii ;euijiiu§. f(f>etn/ cittc befrafriaung / bc^ 
fcf):itsi>?una» bcjtuauug/ ancj}j:}y,i, pyeuve, tawjignnge^ 
conhnnatiun. 

Atcelkd, beictiact bcfraftiact/ attejiey confi-mi. 

'\-' ,5. cth/cnicnnfiSc ri'b?flrt/ einc ^ojTii^e re&c- 

f. / »:?t' angCS'.cfr.'C? fcficr^'TOPrt, attidsme. 

.-.cri N, r. jnbcrbau-hmft) citteflcine fdulcit - ortnung/ 

c.::hjue., pith orJred' arcbhc^nre. . 

Attick, adj-fltficnicilflfi^, attique. 

Attire, terjUrat^ fv$mucff bie flcibuttg, paiure^juffe- 
V2mt. The attires of a fhg, bic boruer an ccncin l)irfc^gci 
tDCit) / (in ciacm tcapcn.) /<?j mmures, hs cbtvilles. 

Toattixe, tvcoai sicreti, fcf;n;u(f cHy aiwiicicti/ aufpimcn/ 

payrr, ajufte-r., ormr. 

Attired, gqicrt/ gcfi^mucft; aufgci)U^t; mit ^erncrngc- 
iicrt. pare,(7JuJ}e,orne , ranie. 

To art'jne, &:c. f. T-o atone. 

Attorney, attdamey, cmtnufalb/ rrocurator, ucrfyre- 
C^cr ben acric^t f procureu;: A letter of attorney, cin att^ 
nsuiHbrtcf, etnc fc^rin'tc^c \i^\\ma&!t> procuration. 

Attornment, attourment, eittcs le'^iimann*! bcfantnu§ 
gcjh; I'etncn neucn Ivhnbcrm / I'affion d' unfermler qui re- 
coi:y.:'!t fon nouveaufergneur. 

Toattraft, tty6xian\x6)\k^cn , bringm, locfen/ amtu 

ttUi hiXtiiUfCi\li\\\i)\Oi\)miatt'ireryt:rerafoy,gagner, in- 

• iter. 

AttrSfted , «n fi(^ gqugcn o&er gc6rad>t, ^/// v. 
Attraaion, ttc on'st^ung, i)iW an fi<^ jic^CH/ :f. attra- 
ffii,n. 

Attraftive, /^. anu'cfecnt) , jujic^cnb; onlixfcnb/ attrei; 

Bcnb. attyaftlf; attrayant. 

Atrraftive,5'. bteanrei<?ima/ anrei^cnbc Ucbli^fcity tic 

OtliOcfaiiM, attraits, cbarine,amoyce. 

Artraftively, ttircf) cine anjiebcnbe Fraft/ «uf eine mXta 
cfcnbcn>ci|C ; /).'2r attrafiiony pay umvirtu attyayante & 
ibriyir.at:fe. 

t Artrapped, gcjtcrt , ge^aniifc^t, (wie cin gcitcite^ 

Attribute, cin attributum,pbcr cine cigcnfc^ofit, attribut. 
To attribute, ctttjaSjufc^rciben^iucigncn/ bcpmctfcn, at- 

trwuer, imputcr. i / n r 

Attributed, juacfc^ricbcn; JC. attribue &c. 
Attribatjon, i'.ci.icnft^afr attribut. 

Attrition , bte rcu u;i& idb. jcrfnirfc^ung tc^ Scrftcna' ac-- 
jenberfun^iacnfiKtTe ^/mV/on. 

Arrumcy, f. Artome)^ 

To avail , nii^en, biencn, ^erifen.niJfilrc^ kx^n, ffi-virMe 
utiUyitye ffwintagsuXi aider. " " ' ' •' 



AVA AVE. 



V 



Available, fcicnltc^; nuftli^/ frafti^/ utile ^ profitable, 

avantdgcux, rfficr.cf. 

AviUablenef^ f/V/M avantage. 

Aviilment,bci :. tie nupbarrdt l/'rtf- 

fit, utilite, avantage. 

Avant.pacfeteui^njea, padbid^, gc^c bcinc^ acge fort/ 

forttz d' icy, reti?cz vous, 6tez, vous d^ ici. A%ant-currier, 
iin^iX\0L\X^iXfyii>tHti,avant'COuyeur. Avant-peach, cine 

ftuiiepfttiidi), avant pecie. Avant-mure, cinc jjcrmaucrf 

arcant mur. 

Avarice, bcr a ci« » avayice. 

A\'aricious, aeilH^f farg, t»l'?i^/ avare^avaricieux 

A^^mac^ctfbrt/CiUg/gcrc^njinbc ^urtig, cilct / laujfct/ 

viie,allsz-,coureZ: 

Auburn, braurt/ ft^ttarfibraurt, bimcfcl/ fc^warfelit^f/ 

brun, ohfcur. 

Auction, ein flUaruff- cine auftion, fwr/rr, eru-bere. 

Auftioneer, ci« aufrufjcr in cincr auction, bcr audionircf/ 
crieurd' (ncan. 

Aiidacious, l\x%Vi, frcc^, ucTOcgcH/ wrmcffcn , frc»d > »*• 

dacinix. 

Audaciously , frcDcntti^ / fii^nlic^ / pcrmciTenct weifcf 

audacicufemer.t, avec audace. 

Audacity, bic fu^n^cit/ ftec^^cit/ ucracgen^cit / fte^ 

)i^\,audace. 

Audible, laut/ wa^ man ^orcn !an/ baut^ que /' o» j5f a/ c»- 

tendye. 

Audience, bic »cr^or/ aubicnftf tJCrborung / audience. 

Agrcat audience , cin grcjfcs auditorium, ulclc juborct / ci- 

HcgroiTeucrfaminhmJt, cine gruffc mcngc ebcranja^lbcrjUi 

]iCt(ttungraf!dauditoiye, um i:ombyrtifeaudi-itKe , ou/i>- 

'\fembU'ey un gyand nonibre d' auditeurs.-. Audience-courr, 

! Mi aubicn^jgcric^tc . untcr bcm (grBbifi^ojf »on Santcrburt^, 

cour d' audievce. 

I Audit, \iii an^orung bcr rctfinungcn/ auditiim. 

i To audit accounts , rec^nung an^orcn/ ab^oreit/ obcr 

CJTiltll inircn I ouir ou ex amir, er dis comptes. 
I Audited, angchort/ bui, examine. 

Auditor, tva juf)prcr ; cin rcc&cnF>crr/ bcr bic rcc^nungcft 

I abfiorctf ^//^//«/?"; auditeur de contes. 

Audirory,cin auditorium, cincocrfammlutig/mcrtiicjufid' 

fCt/ auditorre, aJJ'emhlee, audience. 

An ave-mar\', cin avemaria, unave-maria. 

Avenage, wrrtliditimgcinc*.5baurcn/ fcinoT^crrfc^aft ^i' 

bcr ill ubcrlicifcnt aver.age. 

Avener, f. Avenor. _ 

To avenge, ctn^as rdcfiCH/ venger. 

Avenged, acrcc^cn/i't«J"^'. To be avenged on one, lic^ 
on cineni rdt^c^ fe vev.gerde quslquun. 

Avenger, cin tdc^ct/ bcrfic^ rdc^ctf bcT rac^c nu^fibcf/ 

■ vcngsur. 

j Avengerefs, ctnc r^c^CTtn, btc Mcfic Otwubct vengereje. 

I Avengingj^icrac^C/ ba?rdcf?C.fl/ vengeance ^ t afliondc 

I Avenor, bcr iibcr tti Sonrg^ ntarjiall Wt auffi^t ^/ 

i camptro/leur de I ecurie du Roy. 

Avenue, bcr iuga:iit» }>«§» tt3eg> avenuetpaffage. 
I To aver, f. To avert. 
I Average, cin frc^.nbicitj?; dne conCTibution Jit ctitem 

fcf)iffbnidi;;glctC^et^ciluniT/f3rrff.; cantribution k untiaU' 

frage; ptirtageegaf^ egalite. 
' Averdupois, f. Avoir du pois. 

Averment, cin bcw:i5» cinc bcttJcifung; bcfraffiguas, 
bC)abung,^r«rpt', temoignagcy CQnpnnation. 

E 3 Avex- 



38 



AVE. AV'L. 



Aver-peny, fto^»vfcmu3/ fro^nbietiilgelb / fo man bent 

Sonige (licbt/ l"" argent qu'on dov.ne j)Our les corvics qu'on 
doit au Roy. 

To aveiT, ttmi knxJ^mt, DergcwiiTcrti/ hm(\{t\\, crmci* 
fen, bcfrrtfftujen, DerOcfKni/Uorgekii/bcjal^jen/^^^-^r, veri- 

Jiei; cert'ifer, affii'mcr, njjeurer. 

Averred, Derfic^crt/ i)ewat)lt/ ticnjiefcttr JC. avae, verl- 
fe, &c. 

Averring, Mc iicr\i^m\m / ucrgcivijfmmg / kja'^un^/ 

t»Ctt>cifuU9/ t)af {JClVCifeil/ K. /'a^Jun d'averer, &c: f. To 
averr. 

Avers^ion, ber abfc^CU/ wit>eWiU/ l)flf/ re^ugnafrce, a- 
ver/ion. 

Averfe, flItf)olb/ iiicOt gcttclgt/ nx6)t ^xmUii ber eincti ab- 

fc^CU ^(iti <l^i a di I 'aver/ion, ou de la 7-epugnance. Averfe 

to books, ber ciiicti abfd)cu fui' bent ftuDicccii \)ai, cnneml 
dc V etude. Averfe to phyficjk, mtXWlWM WiViVM'i) %\\V 
ne'^.KtT mW, rctlf aux rem^des. 

Averfenefs, or averfion, bci* fiOfc^eU/ ttlbefWll/ i)a^,ir~ 
fMgnance, averjtun. 

To avert, Ctroaenbfc'^ren/flbmenbetl/ detoumert eloigner. 

Averted, flbgcfefjiei, ttbcjefflcnbcty detoume, eloigns. 

Averting, bie al)ivcnbun3yba^ a,bfel;ren/ abwenben/ rafiion 

de detourner, 45f-c. - 

Avery, bte fc^eure/ fammcryObci'ber plat^/ ttjonmteti man 

SCil ^(ibcr §8t/ ^j<?m/«*, oufon tient I'avoine. 

AufT, oaf, cui narr//o/,/o». 

^ugar, auger, augre. ettl b.O'^rei'/ wwytfr/Vre". 
To^ augment, etwa^ Wrrac^reB/ va-grOJleJ^rt/ augment er, 
accroitre. 

Augmentation, bie cermc^i'ung/ «a*9rpffcw83/ iune^- 

JllUt13/ augnientiJtion, accroijjhncnt. 

Augmented, Uerme^ret/'jUgeitommetl/ augmente,accru. 
Augmenter, eiii ueniieljrci'/ crnjcitevcV/ bcr, bic brttjermc'^' 

l(t/ augment at curt celui oy c-e/A- ^/</ augmentc. 

Augmenting, bie yewie^miigy ba^ ijeniie|)rc!i/ )c, Vafiion 

tie augmenter^ <^c. 
Augre, f.Augar. 

, Augur, ein Kja^rfager ober beater be^ wget-gefartg^y ««- 

^wrt", devin. 

To auguratcetroae tt)a^rfa(jc!i/n»ci|fagc«,pw|)5ece»)ctt(na(^ 

t eit 'DOgcUt ') augur cr, tirer un augure. 
Augurated^ getWCtffaget/ ;e; augure. 

Augurating, ba3 iDdjTagcii ; eiii jcic^ett / eiw wrbebeu- 

tUnS/ "I'aSfion d' augur er, &C. augure, pre/age. 

Augurition, bic wa^rfaguiig ; tin id^m, cine uorbc-- 
teutung/ auguration-, fiugure, prefage. (.Inaugura- 
tion. 

Augury, Vii welffagung ttac^ \)tn uogeiit/ citi jcicf^CH/ tl- 
ne Dorbebentuiig ; cmc nmtf)maffung/ augure, prefage -. con- 

jci^ure. 

Auguft, A. ^errlic^, Dortrctfltd)/ ^oct>tt)iii'big; ^cili'S/ gc- 

JVeiJjet/ augujle, venerable, facri. 
Auguft, bcr tiionat auguftus, aout. 
Auguftine, f.Auftin. 

Aviary, etiigroffcruO'lclbatier/ voHire,grandecage. 
Avidity, bie bc^icrbC/ ^cjftigc^ verlaiigeii/ avidite. 

Au!;, f.Aukwardly. 

AuJcward, toUnfa^, ungefc^ieEt/ maladroit. 

Aulcwardly, uncic|clMcft/ ungcfd;liffen / atif cine tolptft^^ 

QXii buiUHT/ ?w maladroit, de muuvaife grace, de tr avers. 

Aukwardnefs, bif UUgCfcf)icllie()feit/ bUJlimtjeit/ tmnque 
fil^adreJJ'e , grojfieretQ. 

:-\ul, f. Awl. 



AUL. AVO. 

Aula, aun, awme, eijt eimer/ fajj x%m\\i)i\\m\\xi, tcs- 

neau, barrique. 

Aulneger, f. Alnagcr. 

Aumbrey, f. Almonry utib Ambry. 

Aume, f. Auln. 

Aumeler, ciii c^cr-fu^eti/ eJH pfann-Fue^CH noij etjcrit/ 

««<? omelette. 

Aumry, |'. ALnonry Utlb Ambry. 
Aun, ). Auln. 

Auncel-vveight, fine rtUc art einer fd^tteUmage/ [orte de 

romaine. 

Aunceftors, f. Anceftors. 

Aunceftrel, W, biUbigutig/ fo wti ben Ic^ufolgem gelet* 

(let rojrb/ homage qui fe rend de pere en fls. 
Auncient, &;c. f. Ancient, &a 

Xunt, bie mubmc "mi mUxi ober bcr mutter f»$roejler, 
tante. A great aunt, bet? grc^-»aterii! cbcr gvvp^umttcr 
fcOwefler/ /-/r;;/!?. 

Avocation, '^illbcrnu9/»er^itlberung/ ohjlacle, empecke- 

ment, diftraflion. 

To avoid, ctwn^ meibcU/ wermetbew/ ^k^tn, ctttgcfien/ 

Ctltpicl>eil/ evita; fu'ir, echaper, ef quiver. To avdicfthe 

kingdom, H^ fetugrcicl) quitttrctt/ cU bcm fotiigrcicOe flite* 

{)etl/ vuider , quitter le rojaume. Avoid my prefcnce, 

fommct mtr nicf^t mefir iu gcfteOte/ Stez vous de devant 

moi, Tx> avoid by ftoo!, blU'cf) bcn fta^lgaiig I'Oil ftclj t^C- 
bett/ (briligeJ!/) vuider le ventre. To avoid by udne, "^XlX^ 

bctt lU'tn Don fi4 loffeii/ n)egi)t)Te«//'///tT, «r/«tr. To avoid 
the room, "^fxi gcmacf) t>crla(fcn/ ftuejici)eti/fut) jsegbcgcbeit/ 

vuider la chambre , fe retirer. Avoid fatan, ^^(UEe btcO/ 
^atMf arriere demoi,fatan. 

* To avoid the change in purfuiving the game, bett rtb^ 
fpruitfl/ ben njcdifet bei^ roilbcs wi^hl in (id)t nci)mm/eviter 

de prendre Je change en fuivant la bete. 

Avoidance, bie jcit/ fo lang ei{i pfflrr-'bicnfl Dffen \^ ; bit 

UCrnteibniig/ vacr-nce; Vafiion d'eviter, fuite. 

Ai'oidcd, gcmcibet/ itU'itti'rct Xi. evite, quitte, &c. 

Avoiding, l^U ucfmetbuiig/ bii^ meiben/ k. racliond'e- 

viter, Qffc. An avoiding of blood , eltt Werlufl bCi? lAwtC^, 

{mm mau blut ycrk!i;rcii/ burc^ vomiren/ jiuWgang/ rber 
beVi?letC^en evacuation,) tine perte de fang. 

Avuidlcfs , linunigdnciltcf)/ UinJCtmciblid;, inh-itahle. 

Avoir-de-p(us, ein gcjvicljt uon ji(S 4inft{;n bo.^ Tfs&w^^ipoids 

a x6 onces la livre. • 

To avouch, ctwa^ bc^fluptctt/ uerftc(>ern/ bcja^Ctt/ be* 

Crafftigcit/ foutenir, affirmed-. 
Avouched, bcf)auptCt/ bejaljet/ K. foutenn. 

To avow, ettvaiJ befennen/ crfcnnen, offentlic^ beiatjcit, 

conftffer, nffirmer. 

Avowed, bcfcfinct"/ K. UUmt, «ffenbar/ pffcntliefv con- 

fejje, li^c. ouvert, public: 
Avour, f. Avowee. 
Avow'edly, offeutlie^/ ouvertement. 
Avowee, cin patron einer hx6.)t, patron, Avotie. 

Avower, cin aneruffcr / promur. 

Avowry, advowVy, ejn< »crtf)eibigun9, rcttiutg/ ftf)uH- 

fc^rifft/ defenfe, jufUjication, apolvgie. 

Avowfal, cin bcfdrttnu§/ befennung/ aveu, confejfon. 
f Avow'try, ber cbet'nul)/ adultcre. 

* Auricle, ein i^xXv^W, W\\\mt^xi^X I petite ercille. 

Auricula, S. bifr -' fimicf el/ berg-fd^luffcl'-blumen/ oreilles 

d'ours. 

Auricular confeflion, bJ? O'^ren-beid^tC/ la confejjion au- 
riculaire. 

'Aval- 



AUR. AW. 

!Aiiriflambe, f. Oriilambe. 

Xufpice, >-k inac^t/ gc^rtlt antmtat, anrlS^rntig/ fc^uS/ 

^Iffc , aufpice, auto-rite, fo-ivqir, apf^uiy proteffion. 

Aulpkious, (iliicf !td>, 9iinf:t9/ JJUt, beureux, favorable. 

Auipiciouiiiels-, S. n>e|jlfat)rt/ gliSrf, bunbeur, feliche, 
fm'eur. 

Auftcre, tscrbe, rmib/ |iTC«9/ f<^ar|f, ^art, tfa/?<rf, r/j-otf- 

rt-a-v, rude tfcvive 



AW. AW A. 



59 



To aw, emctti cine funtt eintreibeit / ehtjagcit/ i^n fc^re^ 
cfen/ in furi1)t ha'.tr.i, /c?;/r ??; a-ainte. 

To await, T. A. <^ JV. wartCll/ K. attendre. f To 
wait. 

Awake, nsacFcr/ nnmtcr crreacfict/ eveilU. To keep 
awake, eincTt oiii f : rtyrwt: fchlofc ablulten, J>cr* 

fein&eni/ &il^' er nii; en fatl/ tmphh:,- cL' dormU: 



Aulberely, fhClige/Tan^,. tlttguttg/ aujiercmentyffvec au- , To lie awake, im be££e iiCBCl} Uilb m'd)t fa)[,lf;n EoUiiriT/ 
,,.,v^' ' • i etre couchi (an; pi-nvoir eformh: Rct-'.ecn slecpins aiiJ 



fier'ite 



:pin£ 



Auftercnefs, aufterity, rnufjc, fc^flfifC/ l)dtn9feit/ aufie-, waking^, iiali" askcji and hall" awake, ^.U& Ctitflcfi^l-.lfeiT, 
L (everite. | (jrtlb fd)lflfc.lby <J ^i?7?w' tHrttrw/. When! am awake, TO CUtl 



rite, fcverite 

'Auflin, A. an ^att Auguftin. Aullin-friers, tit 2(U(ltt- 
^incr-monc^C/ /f-<" Au^uflins. The Auiliii-niuis, Die 2IU' 
gU(tin«':ion»cn/ /« Au^itJIincs. 

Autheiirical, a ^thtntick, glau&ttwrbw / bcttJii^tt/ UnDCt' 
roerftn:^/ aac wX, aute}Uigue,fiki:nelyd'eii- 

gifuiL 

Aurhenticaliy, aud;eiitickly, glaubnJHrbtfi. ?eb»'l{>rcnb(r/ 
glautiViir^tcicr iBiifC; i! '-.fi t^'ti eriqinal, autcmiquemem. 

Autiientickaefs , • . rirt)i3!cit cbcr UntJCniHTtfli'' 

6it ir.lb bcWiJ^rte Ci -:»« ^ia(;c^,, qualite auten- 

tiquey original;., ou7'u/.;..;..'/V </'//«^ t->?'o/f. 

Author, cirt fcribcnt/ ftilftcr/ urifjcl^cr/ anfdngcr, crfintcr/ 

aitieur. 

■ Autho'ricative, WO^ luit autoritdt gcfc^c'c^t / fait far au- 
torite. 

Authoritatively, ntit aufcn'tdt/ »ollnia(^t/ gcwalt/frafft, 

nac^bnicf 7 par autorlth, evec autorite. 



To awake, ciiicn flufrccticn; crnjiK^crt/ ittuntcc njcrbctt/ 

evtiiler ; s'eveiller. 

Awaked, aufgewacfict/ aafgcmccfct/ Sveille^ on que ron 
a eveiile. 

Awakened , e. g. To be awakened to a lively fenfe of 
God's mercies, ermuntctt ^vc)n iuctncr^crfiltcf)entt>af)r:ie^s 
niutig ur.i) beobfli^tung bet t»jo^lrt)atcn@cltC3/ dcver.irfeu- 
fible aux bienfaits de Dieuj etre touche ^ etre jpaietri de 
fes faveurs. 

Awaker, cinef/ bcr onbcrebt^ ntwgen^ fluntjccfct/ cin 

reccfCf/ revei/feur, reveillematin. 

Awaking , toA cxx6\id)tn, bte fluft^ecfuncj/ ba^ auftuac^cii/ 
aufroccfcn/ ration de s'iveiHer, ou d'iveiiler. 

Award, ba!^ urt^cU ber fc^iebs-ric^tcr/ bic iucrFanntnup/ 

fintcnce arbitrate. 
. To award, urt^cilcn, ba^ urt^cil fallen, cinem ctreas iit^ 



Authority, bic outcritiit/ niac^t, gctthilt, bte obrigfeitli- ! erfcnncn / urfprec^cn, j'//ji?>-, promncr,- la fenn-nce, ajuger 
cBe gcro.ilt/ Vwicrung; f):rrft^ait£/ ba^ aiifcbcn; ein fpruc^ ! 'I o award a blow, ciiunprcic^ fluinc^mcti/ (rtwenbcn/ />«- 
ci>cr ort aa5 cincm fcribcnrcti/ ben man anfubrct iim ju ht- \ 'v;- uti coup. 



friiifrigctl/ reoi nia;i faget/ autorite. 1 have it from the 
moil impartial authorities , ic^ i^ahtjtd au« (WOn) gan^ UlU 
part^fnifc^cn autoribus, (fcrilicntejO^'f faitiridesau- 
tears les moins partiaux. Printed with authority, ac- 
brucft mit cincm priviiegio, pbcr niit privilegici unb frci)' 
\)t\Xt\\, niir iUloiTung bcr (>0^cn Otrigfcit/ imprime avec pri- 
vilege. 

To authorize, cincm »oUmat$t/ gcnjalt/ jrctj^cit gcben/ 
i^ ccUmddjtigcn ; etrcag bcrrdfftigcn,k|tattgcn/ g»t^ci|' 

fCHy autorifer. 

'Authorized, gcuoHntddjttget/ it^M^tt, }f, avtorife. 

Authorizing, hit fluihcifTung/ ^39 »0Umii(^tigcn/Jc. /'«- 

flion d^aiUorifer. 

Automatical, XOH fi($ foil ftcf) \dl\l tcRJfgCt; tufe blC 
automata tf)Un / qui fe mem de tui meme amme Its au- 
tomates. 

Autom^on, dn u^r-TOcrdP , genidc^t obcr wcwf/ fo btnrcfi 
ocii'crgcnc gcnjcrbc son f;c{) fcllMi lu flt^;n ft^cmct/ ^art- 

"in , bcr ^erbjt . rautomne. 
mil, iumfjerb^ gcijorig/ bcsJ ^crt'ite^/ automnal,de 
rautviiwe. 

Auxiliaries, ^ulp^aoicfcr/ frtcg^4aljfc , troufes auxili- 
«tres. 

Au.oii'iry, ficljfcnb/ »43 l)ul(fc Iciffct, bc^ulfflic^/ tf»A-/- 
uaire. 

Aw, bic f«rd>t/.ba5 fi$r«Fe«, bi'c juc^t <7-^^/p, fV^^r, 
fiijettiv.i. To keep one in aw, ctnem iVM, farcftt ctnja- 
pen, jh't i;j farc^t b^^?:!, burco jucfctiii jaum baitc;!/ z^- 
».;• c:ir^iuun en craJr.te, ie tsnir en 4chec, ou enfuji'ttien. 

To itani.in aw. fic^uiru9'-cn;fi(§?o;;uKn (Written, «w»- 

*'"£', ndouter. 



Avv-arded, au-jgcffroc^cn; sugcfprocf^cn, iucrfannt; abgc- 

V6Ck\)^t,^tl\i^t, praiicr.ce, juge, ajuge ; pare. 

Aware, gcTOa^f/ qui prevoid, qui prend garde. He ca- 
me aipon them, before they were aware, er \)(it \it (ingc- 
fallen/ c^c frc fic^^jjcrfc^cn/ cp tftjn ibncn gcfommcn, ebc ftc 
{cixxtx gcma^r reorben/ er %at ftc utujcrfe^ai^ fibcrrafc^cjt, // 

fe jcttafur eux lors qit'ils ne s^y attaidoient point. She 
tailed of it before she was aware, flc foftetC ce unttJlfcnb, 
C^e f!v CJ gca^a^t rourbc, elk en goutafans y pcnfcr. 1 was 

not aware of it, ic^ ^ahi ntiilj c^ md)t tjctfcbcn, \\S) njuflc 

nic^W bason/ e^e ci ?;<\'i^a.^t i je mV;; favois rien, je n'y 
fcr.geois feuhment pas. You v.-ere nor aware, what man 
you fpoke ro , i^r tjatt nkfit wa^rgcncmmen, ai^trnn g<^ 
gcbcn/TOcr bic perfcn «?.ir/ ti;t{)r anrebctct, vcies nepcnfct; 

pas, vous i:e fo!}g/ez pas, a qui vous parliez-. 

Awire, hiterj. fc^et CUCf; CCf/ nc^niet CUC^ VX \ni]t,garey 
prenez garde. 

Away, Interj. e.g. away, ^et you gone, Vii<ij pacfe tic^ 
(ton hiJinen) XOii, fortcz, d'tcy, 6tez vous d'ici. Away, 
you are but a novice hi that, ge^ct VK^, bjnn l^r fcijb nur 
ncc^ ei:i Icfjrling ia ti:{:x \vj)t, allez.,vous 7i'etes qi^un 
apprensif en cela. Away, there's no danger, fc^n?;igct 

bec^ (c3 ill w\^ bcr rcbc recrtb) cs bflt ja fcine m<x%x, ba- 
gatelles, iln'y a auctm danger. Away for shame, Tf\W), 

Vfmfyf 

Awfy, Adv. e.g. z\vzy wkh him, fiiitiwg mit iftni- qu'ii 
s'en aille,Ste le. Away with him to the univerlirv, l^ffef 
ibn auf bieuniOCrjtta'tJtC^cn, qn'on I'envoye /I rur.Pverfite, 

Away with this, ne^nict bi^ \)mu%, rdumet bicf:^ ab/ ^/« 
ccci. I cannot away with it, icft fan u \\\^t \t\^'V\, j^ r.e 
fcurjis foujfrir-cela. To ear a bit and aT»ay, cigcn bijTfTI 
ill bCT Ct)l efCH/ unb gleic^ fortge^cn/ ntangerM morceau /» 



40 



AWE. AY. 



labaie evant de partir. Away with thefc compliments, 
laflfetuti^bicfe^ tpcrtgcprdnge bepfcitc fcijcit/ treve de com- 

pl'nnens , lalffons la tons ces comp/iments. Away with 
thefe fopperies, pacEctCUC^ niit ttefcH JtartcnpOlTcU / defai 
tes vous ilc ces .fot'ifes. Obf. Mefc^ adverbium t\)tl't> fiUC^ 

pft ju cincm verbo gefeijet/ glctc^fam in compofitione, 
unt> bcbcutet fo tticl aU uitfere ^cutfciK niortleiti/ rocg / flb/ 

te, CV/ adverbs fe joint fouvent avec im verbe , i^ fait 
alorspartie de fa fignif cation, e. g. To rim away, tDCg- 
lauffcit/ -f' f»/«/>. Time will away, btc jcit gel)ct t»cg / lauf- 
fetn)Cg/ le tems pajje., le terns secoulc. He shall not go 
away with it lb , et foU mil' tlicl)! fo Clltliiuffen/ ilnynfera 
pas guite aji bonmarche. Til away hence, id) tuiU mi(^ 

n)cg macOeii/ ic^ rcill won pitmen tucg gel)cii / id; ge^e wcg / > 

vf «.*■ wV« allet\je jfi'cn vay. 

Awed, (Don to aw) in cine furc^t gcjagt / in furc^t ge^al- 

ten/ injud^tgc^alten/ tenu en craime, tcnu enechecy o_u 
enfujettion. To be awed into the comiivancC of a cri- 
me, au9 furc^t ge^njuiigc!! t»cr^cI1/ cin la|lcr ju ut)Cifet)cn/ fer- 

mer Us yeux par force aun crime. 

Awful, cvidjtunid), |'d)ra-Hic^/ tva^ cinem ein fc^rcdPcn 

ebcr eine iiml)t imd)t i terrible , qui donne de la crainte. 
Thejawfulgreatnels of your titles, i)ie prac^t CUFCr groffett 
titel/ Z'' j^tT^e des grands titres que vousportez. 

Awtulnefs, t)tc crfd;rcd^lic^feit/ erfc^redlid^e art/ qu^- 

iite terrible. 

Awkward, f. Aukward. 

'Awl, cine fdnijlcr-aalC/ ^?fricmc/ alene. 

Awme, f.Aume. 
Awneel, f. Auncel. 
Awn, f. Auhi. 

Awn, cine t)ulfe/ cojje. 

Awning, cin flcineei fegcl/Obev bie auffranrntttg ber fegel/ 
Mm tie l)iBe bcr fonnc abju^altcn, tendckt. 

Awoke, erroac^te/TOCCftcauf/ ceflun vieux prStirit du 
verbe to awake. 

Awry,-'^.fc£>limm/5tDerc^/ frumnt/ oblique^ de trovers. 
Awry,.^^/i'.fd)linim/fcUn)erW/ in bic frummc/ dec6te, de 
tr avers. The heel oi my shoe goes awry, t>cr flbfalj meinc^ 
fcf)U()e^tnttfict>fd}limm/ le talon de monfoulier eji tourne, 
il va tout de trovers. 

Ax , axe , cine o;;t/ m bcil/ hacke. A br6ad-ax, chip- 
ax, ein bcil/ jiramcrbcil/ .«»<? doloire. A pick -ax, cm 
fut)rmann^'aj:t/ une befa^ue. A butcher's ax , ein megger; 

beil / UK maillet. A battle-ax , p61l-ax , cine flrcitfl.rt / ""'^ 

hache d' amies. A battle - ax , eiije ort l)cUcbarten / fo tie 
»orne(Mn(ie Icib-guarde t>e^ ^onig^ auf bcr iv«c^t tnigt/ hache 

d'armes. Ax-vctch, ax-wort , pcltfd)cn/ cin frflUt / grave, 
fevede loup. 

Axel -tree, bicwagert-'ad)^, bicac^fcan cincm wa^'^ 
tie ad)3bcr welt obcr eine fp^arc/ affietr, axe. Axel-nin, 
ber nagel/fo in t)k a^fC/Ober oor tai rab gcftecft wirb/ /' cpd' 

u»e roue. 

Axillary, adj. tlutgcfdlfe, Ui ju \>cn a(^felrt gc^orct/ 

axi/laire. 

Axiom, ein axioma, ein bef anntcr frruc^ / auefrruc^ , eine 
f4)lttt5regel/</-v/07«f. 
Axis , bie «xt/ obcr ac^fe ber wcU , ober ciuJr fp{)arc/ / 'axe, 

r aijftcu. 

Axle-tree, f. Axel-tree. 

Ay , (i) jfl/ oui. Obf. man gebraucf)t bifjwort nur gegcn 
feine be!aubten; fonflcn gcgcn nnbcre / bic man rcfpedlircn 

mut'/ gebrauc^t man yes. On nefert dc ce mot qu" avec bien 
de lafamiliarite ; quandon parte a des gens auf quels on doit 



AY. BA. 

du refpef! , ilfauifefei-vir de, yes. Ay, ay, Wo^l Kt>i)\\fiu:y 
oui. * Ay-marry, fir, !iid?t tod} l)err ? Ifirff cr ajfc fit en ? 
rebct er alfO? out-da, monfieur. Make up a bed for this 
gentleman ; ay-marry, ii I had one , taid the landlady, 

mad^ctbicfem^criiiciubettefcctig; \<x, n)cnmrci.;ei< b«tc/ 

{^XOXC \>\t nnrt^in barauf/ qu on drejj'e un lit a cegtntilbomme- 
voire , qui en auroit, repondit T hoteffe. ♦Foray, auf 

croig/ in ereigfeit/ eivii3li4. ijr«w«/V. 

Ay,acl^/Ott)Cl)e/'^*.' Ay me! onJC^emir! malheureuX-qui 

Ayd, &c. f,Aid,&c. 
Ayr, &c. f, Air, &c. 

Azimuth, bcr circEcl a^imut/ azinmt, ou cercle vertical. 
Azure, blaU/ l)immclblaU/ azur, bleu. 
Azured, it)inimclblau gcfarbct, azure. 
Azure-ftone , ber jlein Lazuli, obcr lapis Lazuli, piej-r^ 
Lazuli. 

Azymes, ba?fc(lobcrbie ieitberatigefauertcu brcbteun- 

ter ^iW 3uben / les azymes. 



B. 



B'Abblc&cfBable. 
Bab, /i. m fiatt Baptift, ober aUC^ Barbara, 
i^abe, eiuflcillfinb/ cine popjJe/ un petit e^ifaat, uk 
poupon. 

Babin, f. Bavin. 

Bable, bie fc^mai^^flftigfeit / ba^ 9ef(^nja'ftC/ gcplanbcr, 

babi/, caquct, bruit. 

Bible, f.Bawble. 

To bable, fi^tval^tt/ ptaubertt/ Wafc^cn/ babUler , jafer^ 
caufer, caqucter. 

Babler, cirt plaubcrcr/ ttsaTc^er/ eincnjdfdKrin/ cine flop- 

pcrbfic^fC/ un babillard, une babillarde , uncauftur, une 
caufeJJ'e. 

Babies, f. Bawbles. 

Babling, iirtijgc}>laubcr/ gef(^tt)d6C/ bfl3»laubcrn/:c.^«- 

bil, caquet, I ' acVior, de babiller, i^c. f. To bable. 

Baboon, cin groffcr affc/ bauiani/j eincimcerf atjc/ un magot^ 

un babouin, ungrosftnge. 

B^by, m f Icin tmt) ; tint puppc , Umit cin f inb fpielct/ un 

petit enfant ; unepoupee. Biby-things , finbcrfpicl/ |>uppeil< 
rocrcf/ babioles. 

Bacchanalization, bacchanals, bic fa^nac^tcn / ba^ baCi 
d)U9feft/ bachanales. 

Bachelor, bachelour , bitchclour, ein baccalalireus, bcr 
bieerflefiaffeUum do(::torat crlangct l)at ; ein /uiiggcfcH/ cm 
nc(i unuerl>cDratl)6tci- Icbigcr menfc^/ bachcli.r ; gar^on, 

qui n' a jamais cu de femme. A knight bachelour, cin 

<J;belmann/bcrfcincnrangin)ifcf>en cincm SKitter unb gemci= 

nen ^bclmann ^«t/ «« chevalier bachelier. 

Bachelourship.bCl'gradus citlCS baccalaurci ; ber el)Clofe/ 
lcbige({anbcinesuicn|4>c«/^'Vfa;/rt«;wr, cclibut, etat de 
celui, qui ejlgarqon. 

B4ck , bcr riicfen ; bcr ^iiitcrc t^cil cine* binges ; \>\t 

lenben/ gcgcn bicnicrcn, ledos-. reins. To turn one's 
back to one, cincm ben riicFcn \\\U\iXt\v-, ctnen Dcrlaftcn/ 

aU£!fePen, nic^rsJ ad^tcn tourmr le dos a quelqu'un; r a- 
bandonner. To turn his back, \)t\\ riicfcn tcl)rcn/ ftJC? 
\,(i\\, tourner lidos., He has a Itrong back, cr ift (iflrcf im 



BAG. 

tucfett ; in leiibeti ; cr hi tdd) , wo^l^akitb/ /'/ a les veins 

forts , tl ejl iicke. To rail at one behind his back, 
ctiten iw fctner "abtvefcti^dt iii)t\tm, fc^md^en, scrlcunibcn, 

U&clnacf>rc&CJty vicdire, ouparler de quel^u'un en fon ab- 
sence. To cl.jp a writ on one's back , niit eincm cincil 
tt^ii '%m\it\ aitfanacrt / 'mta-.tsr uv. proaz A quilju'un. 
The back ofrhehand, 5)ie umgefe^rtC l)anb, le vers de la 
mam. The back of a chair, V\C le^ne an cillCttl fiu^l/ le 
Jojperd' une cbaife. The back of a coach , &a^ t)intert^cil 
eincc !ut|cfte / le derrlere d' un can-offe. The back ot a 
chimney,' bid brcite ttjanb/ bruftmiinb, obcr gcgcntbeil ei- 

Wii CJluin^/ contrecaeur dc chemince , placque de feu. A 
back & breaft, eitt furaj}, ^aniifc^ / une cuhajfe. The 
back of a horfe, bcc riicfett ober t)ic Icnbcn cinc^ rferbe^/ 
/^j- jc/wx ou /' efquined^ un cheval. To break one's back, 
eincm bie Ictibcit ciiifc^lagett/ eHtsroci) fc^la^cti / rompre les 

reins a queltfdun, !' erner ou I' ereir.er: obcCilUC^/ citlCtl 

ruiniren , tjcrbcrbcn , i!)in qroffen fc^abcti jttfu^cu , dcnner 

untour de reins a quelquun ; lui nuire. The back-bone, 
tcr rucfgrab / I'epine du dos. The back'bone of a hare or 
rabbet, Vxt lenbcn citic^ fttwfea cber caniudjctt/ /? r/7^/1? 

d' un lievre, oxid'un /apin. A back-fworJ, cin fc^TOcrbt/ 
un efn-aniaqon. A back fword-man, cinct, tct tllit bcm 
fc^mcrbtc jiic^t / ce/ui gui fe bat a coups d' ejiramaqon. A 
back-blow, (back-ftroke,) tin rucfen-jircid) tail bcm be^ 
gcH/ cber mit ber umgcfcbrtcii banb/ unrevers, un coup 
de revcrs. Back-fwanked , fcbnidc^tig/ »Ollfcbn?flC^CUlen- 
bctl/ efflnnque, elance. Back-clours , rptnbcltl/ braycs. 
A bdck-friend, cm falfc^cr frcunb/ obcr bfinilid^crfeitib/ 

un faux ami t un ami pretendu. A laddie -back, citl ru- 
cfcH/ ber ticf biucttt nsic cin fattcl jiebct/ «» ^w enfonce. 
A pig -back, ciit gcbcgettcr rucfcii/ ber wic ctnc5 fcfjrocins 
tucfcil gcbogcn i^i un dos voute. A back-basket, cilirctf/ 
tinHtb; \o man ouf bcm tucEentragt/ une hotte. The 
back-parrs, back-llde, bcr biittcrtbeil/ ti<xi bmtcrftc, bcr 
rucfeij / le derriere. The back-fide of a leaf in a book, 
btc «iibcre ober umgcFcbrtc \i\ti etHcs blatcs in ctncm bu- 

(^C/ li 7cz-i'rs d'un feuilla d'tm livre. On the back-fide, 
bintcn, bintcr firf^birttcnccrW/ uon bitttcn bet/ dcniae^ 
par deriiere , fur k derriere. Bick- gaming, bflS fpicl 

trictrac nacb. ber ffnglifc^camijnicr//^"-:^^ de jcn de tri- 
flrac. A back-yard , ctn b^f bintCV bcm b«iufc , une cour 
fur le de7riere. ' A back-room, cine ftllbC/ failimcr/ Cbcr 
gcmacb/ fobtHtett au^gebct/ uw chambre far le derriere. 

A back-door, eirtebinter'-tbi5re/ ^k t)tntcn flu^ pcbet/ vne 

pone deder-ri ere, U7iep6terne\ ctnc ait^flud;t/ cinfcblupf- 
reindEcl/ une echapatoire , un faux fuyant. ♦ To keep 
the back-door open, bctt Icib cfferi ^altctt/ tenir le ventre 
libre. Back-ftairs, einc betmlicbc ti'cPVC/ Dcrborgeiic jtic- 

ge / efcalier derobs. A page of the backftuirs , (to a 

Prince,) einc* ^urjtcii fanimcr-'biencr, ein ?>age/ valet de 

cbambre, garden de la cbajnbre, augarqon de la garderobe. 

Aback-shop, cinbturer-gcmclbe/ bcrbintertbcilcinee getBcl- 

hif, une aniae boutique. Back -gammon, back-^amin^, 

trictrac nacfe ber giiglifcbenmanicr/ cine art eities fru^s mTt 
WurrfcllI/ toutes tables forte dcjeu de triSlrac. 

Eack,.^'//L'.jurucf/ btntertld)/ en arriere. To go back, 
JUnuf gebCily WCit^en, aller en urrie-.e. A pull-back, 

eiiic biiibernis, Dcrbinbcrun*;, btc cinctt -jurucfc baity un 
oLjlacle; unernpecbemem. To back-slide, f. To back-sli- 
de. Back, back again, Wiebcr, tPicbcrjutucf/^c-rrtowr. You 
mull give me fomething back (back again,) tbr lltuffct mir 
ttwai n?(cbcrgebcn/ Hfiut quevius me donnezquelque cho- 
fede reti^ur. I shall be back again by one of the cJock, 



BAG. BAD. 41 

ic5wcrbeitmettiu^rwiebcr(juruii) Uvanx^ , je ferai de re- 
tour a une beure. 

To bick a horfe, auf Ctn pferb flctgctt, e^ krcftetttumntclrt, 
e^ abricbtcii, monter un cbevcl. To back, itvani bcbaucteii/ 
bcreciiert.ljiuigcn/ gutbciijcn / ciitcn ecftbctbtgen / tbm be« ru- 
cfettb'lltCtt, bci)tlct)e»/ aU!5t)Cljfea/ foitcnir, fmpporter , fecon- 
der , firvoyifcr. 

Backberond, S. cttt auf '^^tt i!i)<xi crgriffencr bleS/ 

un voleur pris fur le fait , ou en flap-ant delit. 

To backbite, aftcrrcbcii/ »>«rlcnmbc«/ ciiicm in feinerab- 
ttJCfenbcit libel na<^rebetl//>»r/rr»i«/, ou mldire de, decbi- 
rer, dijfamer. 

Backbiter, Ctit tJCrlcumbet/ Idltcr^P, medlfantt ealontnia- 
teur, ditfamateur. 

Back-biting, btc aftcrrcbe, Bcrfcunibung / Iflfterutta, batJ 

OCrlcumb ett/ JC. medifance, calomnie, dijf'amation, I ' aa.'on de 
medire, iffc. f. To backbite. 
. Backed, bcrittctt/ gctummclt/ abgerid^tct; gebil!i?ct 

DCrtbcibigt. befrafttgt, mo7:ti -, appuye, foutenu. Brokea- 

back'd, laljnian Hn lenben/ bcm bic Icabcn eingefc^lageti/ 
b J5 cincn icrbrod^enctl rUCfctt ^Hi, eme, ereinti, quiaJes reikis 
rompus. 

Backing, Hi bercitctt/ tummcltt/ :c. /' a^lon de mon- 
ter, ^c. 

To back-slide, "jUriicfgcbcn/bintcrftcbgebcn/ 'jUrucFrecij 
c^eu/ UDrcine fccbcfcbcu tragc«; au5flud)t fucbcn/ recalo; 
biaifei-ftergiveifer. To backslide fin religion,) flbtPunuig 
IBerben, abfallcn;/f revolter, apofiafter. 

Backslider, citt abtrininigcr/ bcr cber bictenige, fo ju; 
rucfc gcbct/ 9!si\<C\!A, abtriinnig mirb/ celui om cellequire- 
cule, qui tergiverfe , <^c. f. To backslide. A backsli- 
der in religion, eiii abgefaUencF/ abtnmnigcr/ unrrjolte^oa 

apojiat. 

Backsliding , bcr (A\iMLf Vit abtrutinigfcit / flueftucbt, 
tergiveifation. Backsliding (in religion,) bet dhiCiVi, 
apoflafie. 

Backward , trifgc/ latigfam, faltfinntg , fcbla'tfrig , pcrbrcf* 
fen/ unrciuig; fpatboa fpdt fcmmt/ lent,f>oid, neg/igext, 

pareff'eux ; tardif. 

Backward, backwards , Adv. Ibutten ttflc^ , bintcr ftc^/ 

bitlten»crt6 , benfrcb^-gang, tn arriere, enderrloe, are- 

culons. To go backward and forward, bin unb bcr, 

^in unbrtjicbcrgc^ea ; i\<i) \\\ ^dr\v.\ rcben cerbaHcn, uefre- 

i ben, mit fciticn eigeiicn rccrten fc&lagen/ nid^t rccbt beraui 

tVOUen/ aller i^ venir \ fe couper , fe dedire, fe demeTUir. 
Shall we go backward to the caftle ? tCOUen ttir H)ie5et 
*,urucf / nac^ bcm ft^lOfK iugc^en * rctoumerons n«us a» 
chateau ? 

Bikckwardnefs , btetragbcit/ faftHimigfctt/ nadtUimtcit 

lenteu:; froidcur, negligence i bet Dcrjug, bic DCrnJCilUirg/ 

langfamfcit/ it>enn ctn>a3 ju fpfitforamt, tardiveti 

Eicon, fpccf / du lard. A gammon of bacon , etn fcfeincf en, 
un ]itmbo::. * To fave one's bacon, flu^ cincf Ht'iimnu'n 
iad)c beraii^fomnien 1 ficb berauercicfdn , cin uiigi»^cf ven 
fid) nbroeiiben , ficb ani bcm gc^rdage beraii^rcitlcn , fid) a\xi 
cincnt ocrreirrtcn banbcl reifTcn ; fid) roobl oorfcbcn . fc^iic 
bautm acijt ncbmen, fid) nidft mit cinct fai^e uermermcn, 
fe tirer de luprejje , fe tire?- d ' une mecbante affaire ; /»/t«- 
drefoindej'apeau, ne pas s" attirer des affaires. A bacon- 
hog, cin nia^ fdbwein/ uncocbongras. 

Bad, fcblimnt/ \M\, bofe, untauglicb; bof'baftig, letcbt^ 

fcrtig, acttlPfC/ mechant, mnuvais. To be bad, ubcl fluf 

fcpn/ francf fcm,fe porter mal, etre maladfj etre mal. 

f This 



4i 



BAD. BAG. 



Thislsbad for the ftomach, e^ f<f)atet bcttt tltflgett/ ceci eft 
covtraire a rejlamac. It is very bad with him , cr briltgt \iv- 
nc4eitnid;tTOel)(iU/ ertfiin curcm liMeiT ju(laiit)C/ c^ gcfict 
mx'\\\\\ e!ciiJ)C/fd)Iimm/ \\\^Xm\)\, c0(?el)ctnid)trcd;tmit 

t()m; cr Ift fc|)r francf / ;V/?<7/^' tnal fotitemsJleJljuaUans 
fes affaires ; /V eft fort matade. * Sure it is not ib bad 

with you, ie^ fail CO tt)a{)r^.afft(9 nid)t t)cncfcn/ t)a§ i^r (i> 

fci) linim fcp&/ vraymentyje -ft^vous croJspas/t ine chant. To 
keep bad hours, fpdtc nad) ^rtijfc fommcn/ (ge^ctt/) t)C^ 
<ibent!3 Cttac^te) langc (nufTcn blctbeii;/*' n'//V«- /tfrfl', ou a 

des heures tndeues,fe ranger tard. 

Bad, l^icp/ befall/ HiH»ij>er/.i}Vtl bid, un preterit duver- 
be to hid. 

Badge, cftl JClcOctt/ ntCTCfnTn"^/ FcnniCtC^ett/ marque., 
figne., carafIcre,fymbole. 

Badger, eill H^^ , tin btereauy taiffon ; citt OUfrduffer/ 

»«rFdu(fcr/ frcmpler/ cincr tcr foni ctev anbcrc IcbeniJ^-mit' 

tclauflaufft/ Untin)ict>Cr»CrfaU|ft/ ttnyegratier,un reven- 
deur de denrees. 

•» Badmage, irtppcrc^ / twmn -' ppjfctt / namnf^eitung/ 

, badinage, badir.crie. 

BadJy, ubcl / \>h[t , fdjlittim / bo^'^aftig/ »w/; fauni/ 

fc^^ttCl'lid) / a peine, avec peine. 

Badnefs , ublc obcr bcfc art/ bo^^eit/ leldjtfcrtigf cit / mau- 

'jt'.ife quaJite, ce qu'il y a de mauvais dans une cboje. 

Baffle,, cin mut^TOiUigci; auffcljub/ bctnig / amufemem, 

tromperie , frttude \ m tdWitmoximt , Ultucrfe^cticr MW- 

fad /.tcf euicm roieterfa^ret / ba itiaii in fcincr f^ofTniu?!! 
(c^ttiitlid) betrogen nsirJ) / f<?f^^/i? , cagade. To come of 
with a baffle, citielangcnafcbcfpiiimcn , iw fetncr f^offiup.ig 
i>(v§Ud) bctroflcn tucrteii/ ba mnn ftc^ ctiua? ju ttnn ccrgc- 

nprnuicn / /^/rt une cacadeyfe tircr -inald' uns affaire, qu ok 
K cr.treprife. 

To baffle , ctiien mutlwtdiger t»eife betrleftctt / %i\\ttx 
ta^ lic^t fuf)rcit / tljm mtt ucrgcblictjen recrtcu bas ntoiil 
cuffpcmti/ i^n itr fcmcr fjofFuung bctricgcn; (etucs! uor-' 
nc^men) uiiterbrcc^cii/ »er5)crbcii/ ju nf4tc n:ad;cii ; ct- 
nai burc^ arguinenta refutircit/ rjibcrlegeu/ ju fd^anben 
nt.'^c^ciT/ etucmba^ maul flepfctt/ amufer on jouer quel- 
fu'un, /ui pa£er la plume par le hec\ detruire , renverfer, 
deconcerter ijine entreprifs ,) confondre^ abimer, battreen 
ruinerfermer la boucbe. 

Baflled, bctrogett/ abgcfpclfct/ re. amufefoue, &c. 

Baifler, cm fd^dmtfd^cr/ lifltgcr/ bctriegcr/ fourbe, amu- 
feur. 

Bafflmg, \i<\^ bcfiicgltd^c obfyeifetT; JC ration </' anm- 
fe7',&c. f. To baffle. 

Bag, cJtTbcntel iadi un fae. * To put one in a bag, 
tmn in ben ^ad pdcn, unb roicber bcrainJ ue^nten / ftdr- 

der fetjn qU cr / mettre queleun dam la poche. To give 

onethebagto hokl, eincn bctrtcgcn / l^intcrge{)ctT/ Ijinter 
ba^Ud)tfiVt)rcrt/ cmem ben j?ttl)l »or bjc tf)ur fe^cn, trom- 

per{ fur prendre') quelqu^un, lui avoir du poil, lui donner 

lepaqutt. Leather-bag, cIn groffcr Icbcmcr bcutcl, cme 

Icbcrne tafc^C , fatteUtafdjC / pO(he de cuir , bvugette. A 

iVect-bag , cin t»o{)lrted)enb f olftcrjjcn cbcr bcntcl > »« 

coujjinetde ftnteur. A tiuker's-bag, Bcri'CnJiclcitlCoFeiTel- 
^xiliXi, une droume. Cloak-bag, CJU fcU'Cifcn"/ valife, 
Hawkiiig-bag , cJn rcttfjcf / cillC Vattcl - tafc^C/ fauconniere, 

gibeciere. ■» A black-bag , ciucr fraucn fdjnsatlic l^aupt* 

bCcFC/ auffaR/ ^aubc> une niffe de fewme. Bag-pipe, cinc 
facf'V'fciffC/ cortievtufe. Bag-piper, cill facF'':;>fci|n'r , Joiieur 
de cornemufc. Big-pudding, cine grefTciVUl'ix, biC niOll 

ia (£«3lflnb »ctifcmwel/ ntU(t>/ fctt / tofmcn uno bcrglct^ 



BAG. BAr. 
^t\\ mac^t/ ttitbinetncmlcinnjanbcn-'bcutcl Ui)tt forte dr 

boudin , bouil/i a I' avg/oife. Bag-net , ein f (cjnf 3 ncfi / re- 
feau. Bag and baggage, bcr o,a\m ^\\X\Mt , allca rcifc^PC-' 
i'dtt)C/ allc?l)aabui!bgut()/^</^flgr. 
-* Bagatel, cinpfiiifcrling / cine lumpere^/ nid^t^-njcrt^t 

fac^C/ bagatelle. 

Baget, S'. cine art fc^oner tulpcn//o;/^ de tuHpe. 
B^'gagc, bcrfelbatcn i^r r^ifc - \c\x^, bcrtrs^f; einc con-- 

CnblnC/ fclb;t)Urc bagage; garceyputaind' armee. 

■* Bagged, e. 0-. one ol'his nultrcifcs is bagg'd, CtltC COTt 

feinen concubinen t|i fcl^mangct / u»e de fes jnaitreffes a is 

ventrcplein. 

fBaggiugly, trofiig/ \)i:i)mixt^i , fic7-et}iCHt ^ fuper- 
bement. 

Bagnio, cinbab/ Ctncbab''|lubC/^<7/»>eV«w. A bagnio- 
keeper, einbfibcr; baigneur. 

Baie, f Bay. 

Bail, cinburgc; burgfif^aft; mt grange vx ctncm xt\\\ix; 
ein ^<x)Xix< fauifmanne^njaarcn/ caution , Umite -, balle. 

To bail one, fiit ctncn burgc icerbeii/ fic^ fur i^vi Dct- 

burgen/ cautionner quelqu''un, etre caution, 6u repondrs 
pour lui. 

Bailable , tmx, bcr \)\ix%\^<x\t ftcilcn barff/ cbcr |ur loclc^cti 

lltanbiirgcJDerbcnfaW/ recevablea caution, OM pour qui Teti 
pent cautionner. 

Bailed, eincr/ ftlr mld)cn immt burgc reorbctt / catitivmte. 
Bailed out ofprifon, bcrrecgcugcilcKtcr biirgfc^.jft aue bcm 
gcfdngni^ gelajfcn ifi/ clargi fous caution. 

Bailif, ein (d)ulti)eif / ucgt/ amtmann; clit gouvemcux 
Dbcr ftabtbaltcr m fc^loffc ju Dover ; cin lu'rw.iUcr/ fdjaffncr^ 
ctnne^mcr ber renten cinc^ gbclnTatme / ballHf:, gouverr.em 

du chateau de Douvre ; receveurdes rentes, homme d' affai- 
res, (.aud) Baily. 

Bailing, blcburgfc^aft/ cautionuement ■■, I' aflion de caih- 
tionner. 

Bailiwick, cinC latlb*tJPgtet)/D»gtCt) bailHage. 

Baily, bum-baily, cin fc^ergc,biittcl/ftabt-fnci^t//^>'^<?»/. 
* Bain, clu bab/ bab-ilubc/ /^«/k. 
Bait, aaj?/ fober/Cinc fifc^^frcifc; tk xt\mn%, anrelijnng/ 
atilocfung ; cine nifl^Ueit obcr erquicfung anf t>cr rcife^ 

eche, amorce, appati charme, atraits i repas, collation ou 

rafrai cbiffemtnt . 

Tobiit, etJca^anlecFcn/anrctJjcn/rciijcn/ amorcer, atti- 

rer, inciter. To bait a hook , ctncn f obcr on cincn ftfc^* 
angel ficclCtt / echer ou amorcer un h.imeqoii. To bait a 

bull or a bear, etncn s)d)fcn obcr cincn bdrcn mtt ^tn ^m- 
bcn^eijcnycbcrfcc^ten laiTcrt/ ftc auf cinanbcr lo.Uajycn, en- 
gager un taureauy ou un ours au covibat , Ics fuire battre 
avecdes cbiens, lescommittreenfemble. To bait one, ei- 
nenplagcrt, qudlcn/ tttbuUrcU/ tourmer.ter, ou barcsU-r quel- 

qu'un. To bait, F.N.auf bcri'cifcin ctn tiMrtvs '^au^ cinfc^^ 
ren, uni jueffcn unb trincfen, ebcr ficb ju crauicfcn / s" arret er 

pour manger oupour boire en voyageant , fairc un repas , ou 
une collation fur la route , rcpaitre en chcmin. The hawk 
haits at a black-bird, bcr l)abld)t fdllct aU| cinc <xm\i\,l' oifeau 
fond fur un merle, f. To bate. 

Biited, mitciHCtti anbif ucrfcl)en/ jc ecbe, ^c f. To 

bait. 

Baiting, ba^anledFCH/ jr./' /T^^/^/w^'t'r^rr, i^c. I rode 
forty miles without baiting by the way, tc^ bin 40 mctU 
u>cge:?gerittcn unbbinbtd) ni'vgciibiS cingcfct)rct/ ^o^t wkx- 

§Cllb* a»f bcm lUCge gcfuttCVt/ fay fait quamntv mi Us a 
cherifl fansdcbrider. Biiting-place , cinanrt^C-I)auS / ba 

ttianfiiUcrtobcr cuifc^vct; cin crt/ ba t«fi« cc^fcn unb bd- 

rcrt 



BAI. BAL. 



B AL. 



43 



xmUM, cabaret, bSte/ert'e; Iku, oi !es tnuregux i^ UslmcW bcfcfiattiett/ Jll fd)anttcn ma^^ , fa'ire «Vx/7/-v:- 
turs fe batent avec dis chiens. A bdil-baiting, Ctn fcd)- p^M'^'y omcttre; f aire faux bond a manque de parcle a: 
' ■ ■ fe moug'.nr (Jouver) de; deconcerter. To balk a wo- 

man, etnetn »cib:l'lKlt>c fcinc ttiannhctt ni^t beroctfen, /:. r- 

re faux bond a line fennne. * I shall not baik your hou- 

fe , id) ttcr&e ntc&t cnttangdn coc^ im »orbet)5eh<« itt bf^ 



ten ber tjc^fcii/ dn 0(^fen4ei?cn/ *» combat de taureaux. 

Baize, f. Baie. 

To bike, ct«a«3 ba<!eit/ im ofctt badPctt / cuire au fouty 
cu'ne. Bake-houfe, cm Ud'M^t, dm bacf-jJubC/ boulan- 



gene. 

Bkked, im ofctt gcbacfcit/ cult aufour, cult. 

* Biken, f. Baked. 

Baker, citt bccfcr, un boulanger. Biker-legg'd , t)ci-' 
f«t beiac dU^n>drt^ ^ct)Ctt/ qui a Us jambescourbees en de- 
hors. 

Biking , ta^ ba^eit ; tta^ bccFer 'ftantwercf / / /tcWob ^^ 

atire au four; boulangerie. Once baking, cin ofctt W)U/ 
fb t»icl man auf cinmal)l in cinera ofcn bacfcu fan, »«<r/owr- 
nee. A baking-pan, cinc pfannc/ twiwicn man ctaa^ ba- 
llet/ m'.e tunrtiere. 

Balad, f. IJaliad. 

Balais, A. e. g. A raby balais, (ballafs-raby) cin iala§; 
irttbirt,(cinfc^riH)rh-C!fli<:&« nibin/) «» 'w^^^ ^tf/^i/V- 

Balaft, f.B-aUaft. 

Balcony, cin crcf ct an ctncm fenflcr / un balon. 

To bald, V. 4. f a{>l nia(^cn, al>fc^aben, abtragcU/ al^ tiu^/ 

Hcibcr, />?/-^', rendre chauve. 

Bald, faljl; 8ebraucf)t, «bgcnu6t, abgcfc^macft, ctnfdttig/ 
f(^lc-d)t/ »a5 n)ie cin altcs mdljrlem offt n?ict>crf^olct n>irt>, 

cbauve,pe/e; ufe, battUy rebattu, fyotd , fotj fade'. Bald- 
paced , faht , f»«"T^- Bald-arfe, cin f abl-ar^ / f »/ /'f/^- 
A bild-kite, cin ma§^U/ cine art cine5 ff crbere, «» (JaZ/ir. 

Bald-rib, cine fc^tScin-rippC/ ^^te de fore. 

Balderdash, cin gcracngc, oenniic!)tc^ gctrdncfc/ mtuti 
inifd)ttng allcrljant) binge untcr cinanbcr; cin ucmirrter 
itfcour^; cin unnutjea gcfc^»d^ / wa, mift^inafc^/ milaage ; 

fatras', galimatias. 

To balderdash, V. A. wine, tcrt »eirt tJCrfdlf^en / 
tfCCmifc^cn / meiaogert me/ertfrelater, o\x fophijliquer le 
viti. 

Bilderdashed , tf//;. wcrmifc^ct/- Wrfdlfc^Ct / y»v/«/^, me- 
lange. 

- Bilicrdashing, S. &ie )d^m\{^)Xa%, frelaterl^ tSllon de 
melanireT, 

Baidnels, bie f al)le plittc, gla«?C/ cbawetL 

Baldric, 5". cin n)ef)r'3cfd)Cncfe/ tm baudrier. 

Bale, cin ball/ cin pacf/ fauffraann^baU; balU. 
A little-bale, eitt fcinec pad XA^OXtX^ , ballot. 
To make up into a bale, cinbaUiren / ciiipacf en/ emhal' 
lo't empaquetter., mettre dans un balls. 

* Bal of apail, bie l)anb'^ebe an einem ctHnet/ /'rf«/^ «/* 

feau 



)tld)Cn, j^ ne numqueral pas de -vcus voir en pajfant. Ta 

balk a shop, cincui franUabca fdljabcn cbcr unrcc^t tfwjrt/ 

i^m t>tc FuilbCH abfpenfHg ma^jcn / faire tort ou prejudice 
a une boutique, la dechalar.der. I'll not balk hiin a whic, 

ic^ roill il)m alle^ figctj/ ic^ roill i^mjiic^t^ pcrbctgcny (ajt- 

fc^recigcn V'^ ^"^ rf^r^/ tout,je ne lui cachera: rlen. 

Bulked,' au^gclatTcn, le. />i»^, d'r. f. To balk. 

♦ Balkets, f Conders. - 

Ball, cin ball/ ballon / eittc fugd/ ober fon^ tiX6<3A run-' 
be? ; etnc Ifucf-fngci ; ccnc bruc!tafcl=higcl ; \itt aug-flpifci; 
'^Kt ilat^c ^anb; bic ntf-l'oljk ; bie fnic^iV^eibe; dxiitu^, 
tanB/ obcr ccrftniimlnng ju im^tn, balle , boule-, bouleti 

blL's; prunelL de I'oeil; paume de In main ; plante dupiS: 
rotulc du genou ; bal. A foot-ball , ctn ballon / i\.iX fu§- 
ball, un ballon. A fnow-ball, cirt fcfencc^baU/ une pehtt 
de neige. A fwect-bail, miisk-bali, ctn btcfcnifnopff'/ a«r 
pomme de fenteur. A fire-ball, tin feUCf^boU/ cbet eitl^ 

art granatin, fo ik morb'-brenncr cinwerffcn, 0'/'^'^'^ da gre- 
nade, dorJ fe fervent les wcsKdialres pcur mettre lefusn 
quelque lieu. A wish -bail, ftipe-bailj eittC fciff-fligct/ 
une favonette. Ball-basket, cin forbliin fur \}ic ballen/ fo ' 
ira bancn-fpicl gebrauc^t tvcrben / corblllon. BaU-n^oney, 
\a?> gdb jam ^OC^icit-tanB/ I' argent pour fairs les fraix 
d'un bal. 

To ball, f. To bawl. 

Biliard, cin gaiJen-'licb ; cttte art cinc^ |raiift6fif($cn se? 

bid)tC6/ vaudeville ; ballade. 

Balkmce, cine waagc; tx^i gleic^gcrcic^t; \:k »aag/ i'^ 

bra, einc^ POn Xitn 12 l)imttllifc^cn \t\<i)tH'., balance; balan- 
cement, equlllbre, contrepoids ; la balance ou libra. * Whi- 
le my thoughts were in this batlance, fca ic& in btefer Ulls 
get»i|beit fd)njcbcte/ pendant que man efprlt Holt en balan- 
ce, ou en fufpens. Jf you weigh the things well , yo\x 
will lind upon the ballance , that; nad^ tcijfcr CHPCfUng 
ber (ac^cn / lecrbet i^r finbcn , bat* ;/" vous pifez blen ces 
chofes, vous vcrrcz, qse. The baiiancc ot an account, 
Hi falbo, glei^mac^ung tcr ccc&nungcn/ bic fnmmc idcI- 
(^c tic rcchnung auf bepben (dtm Qlcid) mac^t, la foute^ 
ou fclde d'un compte. To bring a dung into the bal- 
kmce with another, ctn btng nrit bent ttnbern perglftd)ctt/ 

cinc^ gCi'cn bav onbcre ^.lltCll/ mettre tme chofe en balance, 
ou en comparalfin avec'sne autre. To put himfelf into 
(the balance wiih another, fic^ mij cincm aiibcr.T PCrclei* 



To bile, ha^ reajjcr mit fleinen gcfdscn ati^ ciuemfc^ffc I C^en, fe comparer avec quelcun. Ballancc-wheel, tai 



t)inauj gic^YcH/ vulder I ^eau d'un valjfeau. 

Baleful, trautig, bcttubt, flaglid)/ trifle, fumjle. 

Balk, cin iiucflcin laube^, fo ungepflugt gcblicbcn ; cine fur^ 
^e; cin balcEc; cinpcrfcbcn/ cine langc nafe, cia unpcrfe- 
bcncr unfall/ \>^ man in feincr ^etfnung bctrogen r»trb ; bic 
fc^anbc/ itncftre, ber fc^in^)tf; toA unrcv^t/ bic bcleibigung/ 
ber \6:)i'ii, UCC^It^cil/ un choln de champ, qui n'efl pas la- 
boM-e ; JiHon ; poutre ; contretems., cacade ; bonte, dlfgracc \ 
tort, prejudice. He has had a fad balk, er %<iX \\^ fc^dnb-' 

Jid> pcrfei>cn / cr ift l)c§li<^ bctrogen tporb^n , // a fait une 

vllalne cacade. 

To balk, furc^cn jic^cn; ctrca^ ubcraeljcn. aul obcr 
unbcrubrt laffen ; cincn in feincr boftiung bctrtcgen / ibm 
fcin njcrt nic^it fjalten; wnen jum uarien mae^en, dffen; 



rdblcin \\\ cinem ubraercf ober i'o. tiwzxa. facf-ubrlcin , fo ok 
bee unru^e ift/ riuH de rmcontre. A biilance- maker, 
cinCC bee btC rcaagCH raOtOt/ balancler, falfeur de ba- 
lances. 

To ballance, ttvcini attf ctncfwaagc ttbaagctt/ ctnjj^ ix- 
bcricgen; cin binggegcn bu^ anbere abrodgcn obcr uberlcgcu/ 
^ai gcTOict>te gleid^ mac^cn; tn-i gc^en-gcivf^t balten, p<:- 

fer; balancer; contre-bahncer. His vertu does notbal- 

lance his vIcq, \:\m laflcr iibemttegen feinc tugctib//« verta 

ne contre-balance pas fes vices. The expence bailances 

the receipt, bic au^gabc trdgt t\>tn fo I'icl au^, aU Ui. ein- 

nabmc / la depenfe monte autant que la recepte. To bal- 
lance an account, cine rcc^nung falbircn/ fcfclieiTcn/ glcid^ 
'K^'X'&tfX, fo*der, ajujler, terminer un contt. 

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BAL. BAN. 



Ballanced , flBflCttJOgeit/ JCr/*^/^', <5>'<r. 

Ballancer, mm bcr itiit Hx Wflgc ttjdgct/ f -?/«/■ $'«/ Z*^/^ 

/TVf f /^ balance. 

Ballancjng, fca^ flbroaciCtl/ K. «^/o» ^f /i^/^*, &^<^. 
BMlafs-Ruby, f. Balais. 

Ballaft, baUajl/ fcl}iff'tflnb obcr (ieiite/ lef},balaji. 

To ballaft a ship, ciii fcOiff mit ItaUafi bclabcu/ /"{/^^^ »" 

vaiffeatt. 

B&Uafting, MWi ^^^ telat»eit mit H\W, lepge, anion 
Ae lefier. 

Ballet, f. Ballad. 

' Ballift, eitic \xmim^m% bei) ten attcti/ tic maurenmit 
t\i\\t\\ oi)er ftcincti ju fallen/ bal'ifie. 
'■ Balllftre, \><xi gittiT/ tie fc^raucfcn; cine fpatre iu cincm 
gcgittcr ; cine Heine frtulc/ baluflre. 
To b^IUftcr, einen ort mit fc^rancfen obcr gcgittcr ucr- 

ni'il^rcn,-/f>*7«^>' ^/^ balufires-, ou ^/'«m^ b'alujlrade. 

B-^Uiftred, mit fcOraucfCrt Verraa^^rt/ fci-me de balujlres. 

Eatlocks, bic t)Ot)Cir, bcr t)Oi)eU'racf/ les tefikhsjes ge- 
nlto'ires ; /f i" bourses. 

Balloon, cin baUony aufgeWafcnec ball/ ^rf//o». 

Ballot,' cirt flciner lofung^-ball/ hallotte. 

To ballot, mit fleincu bftllen/ jleinen obct fugcin lofcn/ 

btillotter. 

Ballotation, ballotting, bie lofung, pbcr bo^ Ipfctt mit 

neincn ballen ObCC jlcincn/ raflhn deballoter. 
Balluftride, cin flegittCf/ balujirade. 

Balm, balfani/ -^^wwii". B^n-tree» cirt balfam-baunt/ bau- 

me. Balm, meU'lTcrt, mutteC-fraut/ melife. Balm-gentle, 
ntelilTen-f rrtUt / genannt melinum , melijfe. Balm-apple, 
cin nJUnbCC-aplfel/ fomme de mervdl/es. 

Bilmy , f. Balfamick. 

Balot, &c f. Ballot, &c. 

Balfam, bfllfant/ bauwe. , 

Bali-uTiick, balmy, balfrtmifc^/ klfam'^afftig/ balfamiQue, 
de baume. ^ 

t Bam , 5-. !)intcrlifl , auffc^nctbcvct) , poffcn , tan-- 

fd)erei)/ une hapdourde, une attrape , unc.bourdi'y une cas- 
fade, une m?nt£r!e , une fourberie. 

•^ To bani, V. A. & N. d}um ttm^ flufbinbcrt/ Winter 
tai (id)t fu^rcrt/ cincm einc nafcanbrc^cn/ hurder, domer 

des cajjades, donner de la gabatlne , fvurber. 

Bamboo, S. cirt rof)ir in SSBcil-^nbicn, ^nbianifc^cS ro^r 

mit fnOtCJt/ bamboche. 
To ban, f. To bann. 

B^nd, cin Uonb; cin cifemer ring urn cin rab; b.a^ banb 
bcr fwurtbfcfjafft; en banb/ roomit bie tnutct i)mten am 
rucfci gebunben mcrbcn; cin ^«lggcn, ubcrfc^Uig; ent ge- 

fdjwabcr, rottC/ trOUP fblbaten, bande, attache-, bande de 
fer\ I'len; nerf; collet ^ rab at: bande, troupe. Paggot- 

banJ,ba5)cnisc/tt)om(t cin gcbunbc IjolH cbcr rcifiig w 

f«mm;ii qcbunbcn ijl/ l'> bnrt fun fagot, le hen d'un fa- 
got. Head-band, cinc Fopff^btnbC/ bandeau. Hat-band, 
einc fut'fd^nurC/ cordon y lejje de cbapeau. Swaddling- 
band', fvvkhing-band, eine winbcl fiir ci'i flcin finb, /e«r 
de lange. Band-dog, tin grcffcc t)anb/ bcn m\\ W t(l' 
%i^ rtUbinbct; matin, cbicn qu'vn iient enchaine le jour. 
Baud, ctn idl&gcn, cin ubcrfdjlag , cDllet, rabat. Bind- 
ftxings, bic bdnbcr obcr fcf>uurlcin m cincm t)fil§gen, cor- 
duns de rabat. B^d-box, cine bwdSfc filr tie bittbcn, 
bcite a linge. Tr^in-bands, (trained-bands,) V\t ftabt^ 
miliP/ bic burger mit i^rcm %im\)X, m}liceJ>mrgeo'tJi:fous 
les artnes. A band-roll, cine mufter-rOlU/ U|U/ ««<? ^^ 
une matricvle. 



BAN. 

Bondage, S. bfl^ banb^lt5Crcf/ bandage. 
Bandaiier, f. Bandoleer. 

Banderol, ciu fdl^nlcin (an ciner tan^ett/.) banderole, 

pendant. 

Bandito , £_P/«?-. bandfti,) cIn bnnbitc obcr jlraffcn^-ratt- 

bcr \\\ ^talicn/ bandit, un voleur de grand cbemlK, en 
Italic. 

Bandog, f. Band-dog. 

Bandoleer, m baubclicr/ bflran bic Irtbung unb puUjcr 
flfffc^cn ber mufqucten ^angcn / /5/?w/^«//6>;r. - - 
Bandore, bic pflnburrt/ cin muficaltfc^ infirumcnt/ glcic^ 

eiiicr lautcn/ pandore. 

Bandow, cine flirn4inbe obcr tanb fur einc rnxxm, ban-~ 

deau de veuve. 

Bandrol, f. Banderol. 
B^ndy, A. f. Bandy'd. 

Bandy, s. m\ uHx, bamit mart beti l>an flf)lagt/ 

croJJ'e. 

To bandy, bcn ball fc^lagcn ; -wicbcr iufdjtagen; ctreas 
^irt mx"^ \)it trcibcH/ f)t!i nnb tier njci-ffcn / ba7ider, poujj'er 

ujie balle a la paunie ; bulloter. To bandy about, ctwaS 

\i\\\ unb t>cr tr.'ibcii obcr werffen; ctrcal iibcrlcgen ftdjbar^ 

fiber bcratl)fd)lrtgen , balotcr. To bandy together into a 

faftion, fid) ttjibcr iemanb iufamnten Derbitibcn, rottircn/ 

auflel)ncn//e bander, je llguer, cabaler,fefoillever centre 

quelcftun. 

> Bandy'd, \)ii\ unb^cr C^t<id)\mW,ie. bande,Zic. Bandy- 

legg'd, frumbcinid^t/ qui a ks jambes tortnes, on tournees 

en dehors. 

R^nc, Hi gifft/ ber tObt/ poifon, jmrt. Rats - bane , ar- 
fenlcum , ^uttcn^rnuc^/ rat?cn-pul»cr, arfenlc. W61fs-ba- 
ne, WOlff^ '- gift - fraut/ aconit, reagal. 'Ox - b.ine, abcr* 
f nntt/ mort aux bceufs. Dogs-bane , fsunb^ ' gifft ^ f rant/ 
fonfl gettannt apocynum, mart aux cblens. Banc-wort, 
nad)t''fcf)attcn/ morelle. ril be the bane of him, td^ tt)iU 
\!C)V. umbringcn , je hi tteral la vie. They are the bane 
of humane fociety, fie fmb t\\\ red)tc^ gifft unb pcildcnft 
bcrmcnfd)lic^en gcfcUfcf)afft ^ Us font la pejie de la facte 
humalne. 

Baneret, f. Banneret. ^ . 

Banes, binnsjba^aufgcbot"^ obcr bie fcrhmbigmigcu 
ner juEunfftigcn elje »on bcr mm\, bans, annonccs de ma- 

riage. 

Biijg,cinfircic^/fc&lag/ro«^- 

To bang, eincnfc^lagen/prugcfrt/abfc^mtcrctt/flbbrcfcijen/ 

battre, fr otter ^ etrllla: 
Banged, gcfd>lagen; gcpriigclt/ JC. battu , frotte. 
Banging, Ui fdf)!agcn/ JC. ranio» de battre, &r. ^ 
B^ngle-ear'd , bcr^amicnbc Idngc obrcn W/ 1**' ^ ^''^ 

orellles pendantes. Bringlc-cars, bungling ears, langc \)m 

genbC Ol)rcn; orellles pendantes. 

To banish, cincn ucrbaniien, bamiifircn/OcntJcifcn/Ctnja* 
(xvA beni {)er^cii ucrbanncti/ bannlr. 
Bftnished, bautn'ftrf/ uertricbcu/ ?f. bmml 

He was banished Rom, or out of Rom, er ijl VAi> KPttt 
tierroicfcn werbcn, U fut bannl de Rome. 
Banishing, bic banniftrung/ ba^ t>cm)cifcn m« cienb/ jc. 

ration de bannlr. , , v ^ 

Banishment, bic Dannifirun^/ tjcntjcifung m« elcnOy ba« 

cicnb/ banlU'ement, exll. 

Binifter, f. Balliftcr. . . „ ^ 

Bank, cinc \)i>^t , Hcincr ^ugel; etn roatlf bamm; ctit 
ufcr bc^ mc«r^ »bcr cinc5 fluifcd; cinc fanbbanrf im meer; 

bcr 



BAN. BAP. 



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45 



kr«ntritt, ba« AcfhUIccincr&niifcr-prcfTe; banco, ttec^fcf'! Baptized, gctaiiffet/ ^fl.'//V. 

bilt'.if, hauteur., lieu eJcvi; levee; rive, rivaje; banc de fa- j Baptizing, t>2^ tUlrfC'l- raXon de batifer. 
tie; banc, tableite d'ure preffe ii'imprimeyie:tar.que (^', Bar, etu ricgel/ tillC : "" '. : : : ""!(; Ct'jl ^cBf* 

-argent.) To keep a thing in bank, ctivaa aiifbcbctt obcr '6flum; ein balcfcn in cf. ": fanb, ober 

flKflcgcn bt3 fliif bie iufunfftige jeit/ referver, ganler, con--\tl\cn iimc»iaanacct:i::- he i. ... -..: ^ La? ctrtcr »cr 
ferver une chofe pour ravenir. jbem ric^tCM'tU^lc ill caicni flcrid')rv- j'.;:r: ?it£ ^.zxiOitC, \iVC 

To bank (y. A.) out the fea, ba'fumetl/ oppofer des di- 1 ricfttcr-- ftubl ; tic aU'OtiUCii ; bic ur.icrt iiJtb on etnem 
gues a la mer. fc^ub ; \iixi flcinc gcniacf) bco bcr t{)urc iii bctt njein4^uf«W 

Bankafalet, tmc «rt td fartcn- fricl^z /cr/f //if j«« ^^ lunb fd^encfett/ jdc man bie ic:*- • • ' ■ :6et; bas fi^nur* 
r/7^-?i'A (iciii an cincr fpi^c; ctnc fyt. - ic redjcUc^e »ors 

Banker, em TOCC^lct/ banquier. ttcilbutta Obcr cirtttC'lbutia itl ;vuiu-j jun'tl / ^«^r(?; levier; 

Banker,)' Banquet. \barre; barre d'un port; baiyeaui tribitr.al; Ubarreau; 

Bankrapcy, 5". batlcFrott/ banqurroutte, faiUlte. ' traticbcfde \ reduU pres de la parte -des cabarets^ ou Von 

Bankrupt, bankrout, citl bauqucrcttcrcr/ banqueroutler.^ marque Us ecuts\ bride de dentelle; ihjlscle; exception^ 
To turn bankrupt, banqucfotireti/ bfln(iucrPtmiic^cn//<»/;v ' chicane. Crofs- bars of wood, \}<a "l)6l!;eme gegittcr/ 
benqueroute, onfaillite. We conclude them bankrupt barreux de boisy jalonjte. Bar-fee, bie funf €ngUfc^ 
to aJl manner of underftanding,tt)ir fcftUciTfn/ ba§ lie allcr pfcmiige/ njclc^c ciit flicfangtner bem ftocfnKiiler jalilcit 
»cr;:unfft abgctacct/ nous ccncluons qu'ils ontfalt banque- muP/ ttctirt ct ibil wxi bcm gefdiigntp IcsldjTet / droit de 



route a la raifon. 
. To bann, eiitCtt vcrjfuc^fn, uemiakbaKii/ maudhe. 
Banned, OerfiUd>vt/ mnudit. 



vingt fuls, quun prijonniei- pays au geolier pour fon elar- 
aijjenu7it. 

To bar, tt^di jjcmegcln, juriegelit, rait cincm gcgittcr 



Banner, ci;i bannier, ciiic fa^iie, ein fabnlein, einc reu- ) ucrtitac^cn ; cinen auefdilteiTen/ i|)m tixoai oerfagcn; cineti 

tcr^tafinC/ ftailbart/ banniere, drapeau, -enf eigne, etcr.durt. 1 tDurif im fpiclcn oerbcrbett/ barrer, ferme-r avec ur.e barre i 

Banneret, A. bet ein fablUeiil im friegc crtBOrben, Cber 'fermer de barreaux; exclurrcy interdirei rompre. 
ber iai rerftt l^at, ein fabnlein jU fubren, bann,nety ayant Barator, \. Barreror. 
droit de banr.iere. A knight-b.inncret , ein fitter c^el• Barb, ein barbarifd>C^ rfcrb , un barbe. 
Mcnci)nur cbclmann, ber ein fabnlcin im friege ernJDtbeoy To barb, einen x>v,Uw, barbireti/ i^ra ben barf abfc^eretT/ 

Cbet bcr ixw fabjlleiu turret, ein bonnetbenr/ un chevalier Ifaire la barbe, rafer ou rax^r. 

ba)vneret. j Barbarian, ein frcmber barbarif(6et raann/ ein55arbar, eiV 

Bannin^, b(c oerflucf)ung, iicmalebenung, Ui uerffuc^en, ' ner mi ber tgarbarct)/ un barbare 
}(. fKaJedi^ion, imprecation, execration, om. Ta^Uon de' Birbarilln, ( 



viaudire 

To bannish, &c. f. To banish , &c. 

Bannock, im Fuc^en cberfaben »cn tjabcr^me^l/ ^a/f/w< 

d'avoim. Banns, f. Banes. 

Banquet, ein banquet/ gaitntabr/ cine gajicren , fierrlicbe 
Wabljcit/ i^v/>;yac'/,/f/?/?j. A banquet of Areet-meats, 

eine collatioa con aUerfjotib rcnfituren/ une collation de 

tonfiturts. 

To banquet, banqucttren, gaff erei) bait en^ pralfen, fc^km-- 

Wett; banqueter , faire bonne cheie, faire des fefiins, etre 
fnfejiin. ^ 

Banqueting, gafhtng/ I' a ftion de banqueter, i^c. f. To 
banquet. A banquetins-houfe , m. t%''^m\, TOO man %(ki 
ttcreoen \oXt, une fale -pair faire un fejlin. 

Banter, ein lauter gefrottc, einc fc^ers-TcbC/ »e;ircrei*, 

maqur,-ie,plaifanterie,raiiu>ie. 

To banter, -■ - : : ' rc\\,^^t\tin, UtixiXl, oufjie-- 
^eit nnt ibm ; V raoquer, plaifanter. 

Jiantered, tiiv-i; uur_:;;i>^;!,, jc. raille, dont OHs'eftmo- 
que, &c. •' 

^J)^"^""' «n«bcj; ba ucjcirct, fe^er^et/ railleur , p/ai- 
Bantermg, fntgwetlfgc fc^crP-te^f , baa miren; jc. wV- 

i^r^*-, plaijanterie, aflicr. de raillr.; ifc. 

*«.l". "^' ^? fwb; TOelc^c^ bie eltem ecr i^,rer boc^icit 

!5t £^ r/'"" ^' ^"' "^ ''' "^'S'-'^'' ^^«' Umariagedu 

fere & de la nit: ■:. *» 



r//;/, 



ein grcbcr feb'^^ '" ^^^ rebenl^art/ ^<"-^tf- 



t^Jn^, biteme. 
'T~ fieborct/ baptismal 



Bij;:.::^!, t 

^JSjvf '* ^ ^""'^*^^' "" n"'«^««flwfcr, ^«/>///?^; 'ana- 

* Bapti'i-^er)', bertauf!^"ftefn../oB/T ^^ bhhne. 



To bapciit, (M^tl ;awifvn, 'japtifev'^ hitij'er. 



Barbarity, ty^t wilbe art, araufamfeit, grimmigfeit/ bar- 
baric, auaute, inbumanite, ferocite. 

Barbarous, barbflrifct*/ trilbe ; unntenrs^lic^/ graufant/ bar- 
bare, fauvage -, inbumain, cruel. Barbarous fpeech, gro^ 

be/ ccrbcrbte rcben^-art/ frcmbbc,grcbC/Unannebmli(^e/»cr- 

^iVt^tt fprac^C/ langage barbare, impure corrompu. 

Barbarously, grob/ perberbt ; gtimmig, unmcnfe^lic^/ onf 
eine graufame/ unmcnfe^li^c recifc/ btabarementyd'une 

fai^on barbare. 

BaxbaToufiiels , bfe grpbheit/ ocrbcrbtc oxt bcr fprac^c; 
bic graufanifcit/ grimmigfeit, barbaric. 

* Barbed, adj. e. g. a barbed arrow, ein pfeil/ bcffcrt Ct- 
fcntCtebcrbaefetl bat, umpche barbeUe. 

Barbed, gcbarbicrct, gepHBct, raze,^c. 5)iit efncm 
ponPer ge^ataifcfit/ Hnihcn, barde, arme d'une barde. 
f. Barbs. 

Barbel, ein jifcl^/ cittc barbc/ obcf barntc gcnannt/ bar,-- 

beau. 

Barber, citt balbterCT/ barbier. A barber-furgeon , citl 
njunb-arpt/ ber "^^l balbierct/ »» chirurgien barbier. 

Barberries, rcilTelbecrcn / yj'a/V >'0i(|^<? de I'epine vinette. 
Barbery-tree, faucrboriT/ epine vinette. 

Barbies, f. Barbs. 

* Barbican, cincWarfC/ m V6<xi)t4'ii)XX\X , ecbaiiguette, 
une baute tour. 

Barbies, t>i( hkt cirt gefe^TOiire m bcr jiutgc ber pfcrbc 

U!lb CC^ fen, bai-bes. 
Barbs, tin rpKjeug, tin Pter^c4^J^^i(<i)/ |?atl^cr/ barde. 
Bard, txw alter vPritifc^cr li^iit, barde. 
To bard wool, f. To beard. 
Bardachio, bardash, citt fnabC/ Wit bCW un»«e^t gcftrec^ 



ibcnaifb/ bardache. 
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B A R/ 



Bare, bhh twcfct/ utibebccft/ mit Olcffcm ktipt; h% 
glitt/ oT;tie i)Mt, o^nc cira§ ; o^itc iiclb ; HofJ> aUciU/ fc^lccl)t ; 
fcljlcc^t oI)nc iici'ijc ; fikl qeflci&ct, jcrlimipct ; mui^cV/ «.v^, 

tiecuuvei't ; ras , j>cle\ deft'nui d^ urgent:, Jimple, feu/; 
Jrinple, fans ornt'mefit; inahetu, convert de hai lions; 
maigre. P. Ever fpare and ever bare, inmU'l' fj^nrctl/ i(l 
iltinier tarbetl/ ^e/ epargne tout ce qu'il ptut, qui ne IniJJe 
pas d'etre toUjours gueax. Thread-bare, a^gctfrtgett* hi^ 
auf tien fflbctl Obgcnufit / qui montre la corde , ufe. Bare- 
faced, offcntllc^/ mtt offcitcm angefid;tc, o^ne ctntge WUi 
a decouverty la the levee, demafque. Bare-footed, bflt- 
iVi,%, niit bioffctt fuffcit/ les pieds nuds, qui a les pieds 
nuds. Bke-Iegg'd, ntit tloffcit hciiun / les jamh's nues. 
Bareheaded, mtt bloffcm fopffv;,- lliit ClttblO^tCnt ^<AV^Xti 
qui a la tete decouverte, la the decouverte, nue the. Bi- 

re-tail'd, ttiit bloffetn M\i, tix iiU'^t^ ubcr l>e!t t)iiitcr}ien 

\^aii culpele. 

Bare, trug, til^ imperfeftumyoil to bear, un preterit du 
verbe to bear. 

To bdre, itmi ctitHcjfctt / ct'ttJCcfcH/ aufbecfen; ctncn 

fc^raubetl / JflUbCrt / flUi^jIc^eit/ decouvrir; priver, depouil- 
ler. 

B^ely, Ho^ unb atlcirt/ fc^Iccf}tcr wcifc/ clnfeig/ /""j^/^- 

mentjeulement, uniquemcnt ; (JcmltC^/ amifcligcr WCifC/ i\i\V 
blglid)/ pauvrement, chetivement. 
B^renefs , bic bloffC/ wz/^/V^. 

Bargain, bcr coHtract/ |)nHbcl/ marcft/ fanff itnb wctfauff 
citic^ inngd/ ycrgleid)/ vertrag/ ma-rche, accord. I mufl 
have that mro the bargain, lc^ niuf' bicfc^ ncc^ bneilt (JUC 
jugabe) t)al)Cit/ if)r mujTet mtr iai jugeben, Ufautquej'aye 

cela fur le marchi. P. A good bargain is a pickpurfe, 

(in »vot)lfcilet fauff locfet ciiicm ba^ gclb aixi Hm bcutel/ 

/^ Oon marcbe fait fortir I'arger.i d-e labourfe. P. More 
words than one go to a bargain, \\\m ntad;t dtlCIl Ittarcft 

m\)t mtt cittern obctr^itjct) njortctt allcin; matt la^ fich 

llic^t fo Iciest xn mm ^attbcl Citl, on ne fait pas tnm-cheau 
premier 7mt, on »es'engage pas Jt tot. To buy a bargain, 

cincrt tnarcft rancljcit , cttien fauff fcDlteflfcti/ treffctt, xm<M 

Fauffcn/rtbt)anbclt1//^/Vf un marchc, acheter quelque chofe. 
To fell one a good bargain , eiticm Cttisa^ tUO Wit (Obef 
Um Cittcn bidigcil pretiS) mfauffett/ vendre quelque chofe a 
ion marche a que/qu'un. * To fell one a bargain, ci' 
ticm Cittcti poffcu rciffcn / bCttiegett / donner une cajf'ade a 
quelqu'un, lui en donner agarder. To meet with a good 

bargain, f ittett fluteti fauff antreffcti / cttoag ungefeljf uiib 

nJi)t)lfetl Jtt fauffeit bC&5nnnctt / faire une honna rencontre, 
acheter quelque chofe par rencontre, & a bon marche. 
You'll repent your bargain , c^ tvirb CUcf; gcrcuctl / vous 
vous en repent irez. You have enough of your bargain, 

I fuppofe, by this, \<i) mct)ttC/ tl)rl)abt t)icrati fiir cucr gclb 

gcnug gctjabt/ je crois, que vous en avcz eu affez pourvdtre 
oigent. A bargain, (done, agreed,) tWlH/ td^ bttl^ $U 
^VkHn, fope,voila qui efi fait, j'yconfens. I*. A bargain, 

is a bargain, roa^ gcfc^c^cti i^i, iji gcrc^cf)eti; nai cinniat)l 
gcft^loffcn ill, babcp bleibct C^/ ce qui cfl/ait, eflfait, ce qui 
efldit, efl dit. A bargain - maker , fin ntttcflcr/ cou- 
tier. 

To bargain, fcilfc^cti, bittgcH/ attf c^'tt bing bictcti/ ftd) 
ocrgkic^cji; tjaiibdti/ cttteti fauff fd)Ue|tcti/ fic^ uxiUi^w, 

viarchander ; faire marche, tomber d' accord. 

^Bargained, gcfeilfcl)et/ gctjanbclt/ gefaufft/ marchande, 
dont on a fait marche. 

Bargaining, bfl^ f«lfc^<tt/ %t, Vadion de marchan- 
fler, &c. 



B A R. 

J 

Barge, Cttt gi'Offed bOOtT Citl tUbcr^'fc^ifF/ uh grand bateau, 

unc^ berge. A bkge-man , citl fc^tffcr , fdjtffjliatttl / un ba- 
telier. 

BSrgh-mafter, citt berg-itieiilcr / ober obcr-'auffc^cr ukr 

Ctn berg^tvcrcf / rimeiidant, ou I' infpeflear dc's mines. 
Bargh-mote, \i^^ bcrg=9crt'if)f/ lacour des mines. 

Bark, einc barque / obcv ctii fc^iffleiu, fo gcttamit; bte 

rtnbc WH Ctticm baumC/ barque, bateau; P ecorce d'un 
arbre. 

To bark, bcUeit / aitbcUcit tmc ct« ^tttib ; bclffcn n>tc citt 

fucl)^/ abboyer, japper ; glapir. lo bark a tree, bte ritlbc 

sjonetitcmbaumcabrc&elt'ti/ ab|lmffeu/ flbjicl;cti/ 6ter Q^x 

h'Ver I 'ecorce d mi arbre. 

Barked, bauoti nifltl btC HtJbC abgcfc^elct/ le. dont on a 
6te r ecorce. 

Barker ,6". bcr obcr btC abrillbct/ flcubcr/ celui ou celkt 
qui 6te r ecorce d'un arbre, abhoyeur. 

Barking, baii beilen eiite^ Ijwttbce ; ba^ belffett cine« 
tucI)fciJ; ^^(xi^ \^xm^t\\, fd;aiibcn/ (cl;«i(ii!)lctt/ abboy,jappe- 

ment , l''aflion d' abboyer; ginpiffemefit , aboyemcrt , l'a~ 
6lion de chanter pouilles. Barking, "^^i abfc^cleu Obcr ab- 

jlrctffen bci* rtnbe do» etucm bauirtc/ I'aclion de lever I'e- 

corce d'un arbre. 

Birley, bic gcrffC/ orge. Bkley-brcad, ba^ gcrfJcit^brob, 
du pain d'orge. A barley-corn, etil <iiX^tn'Hx\X,im grain 
d'orge. Peeled barley, geretuigtc/ gcfc^clctc gerfrC/ oyga 
nionde. Barley-broth, cttie gcrflcn-fuvve/ obergcFoc^tcgft' 

jtC/ orge monde. Ji.rhy-\vzter,ptifane, cbcV gcfottCUC^ gcr« 
jten*tDaffct; / tifane d'orge. 

Birm, f. Yeft. 

Barn, eittC fOtlJ-'fc^etlcr/ «-/"^»g-e, grenier. The barn- 
floor, bte tCtUte ill bci' font' fcftcurC/ I ' aire de la grange. 
A capon from my own barn-door, citl capautl/ bCl^ ixit 
mcittein fd^cucr^tljorc gentdflet luorbcn / un chapon de nion 

paillier. * The barn is full, fte tft ^d)V6a\X'iCX / ellc a le ven- 
tre plein. * Bam, beam, citl f lein fttlb / un enfant , un 
poupcn. 

Bkrnade, etti mittumenf/battitt titan ctttc^ pferbe^ ttafc ja 

l)a\UXX)i>iiC9t,mourail/e. Birnacle-bird , bic gan^tn@cl)Ott' 

lanb/ bie Don ekictu bauntc twdcl^tct/ tt>te ntati j?ci*gicbt / bama- 

que,oye d' ecoffe. 

Bardmetcr,etn baroraetrum, pbcr gldfcrnc^ XXi^X, btC fc^TOC- 
r Ct>cr luft }U Utttcrfc^etb'cn/ barometre. 

Bkon, ctn^nroU/ %xv:i^txx, Baron. A baron of the 
exchequer, ctnrtd^terbcr fonigltcfKti rcnt-'famjucr / «nj'«ge 

de / ' echiquier. The Lord chief Baron , bCT obcr|lc ric^tct/ 
le premier juge. 

Baronage, bte tmi fo auf btc fre«)'f)errfc^aft(;n gelegt x^, ta- 

xe impofeefur les baronies. 

Baronefs, ctnc frct);fraU/ une baronne. 
Baronet, A- f Banneret. 
Barony, cinc frctj^crt'fc^aft/ unebaronnie. 
Birr, f. Bar. 

Barracan, ocrracatt/ "clu ic«3 wu ite8<«-i^aarc« gemat^t/ 

barracan, bouracan. 

Barrique, ctnc folbatctt^^tt^/ *»f barraque. 

Barrator, f. Barrctor. 

Barre, f. Bar. 

Barre\^, Dcrricgctt/ :f. barr^t^c. f To bar. Barred 

plac^, ein ort obcr bafcn, \>a cin {)auffcn fanb licgct, ivel- 

(^Ctbiectufart^ J)er{)tnbcrt/ unlien (unport) de barre. 

Barrel, cine fuffC/ cin flcin ukmi; obcr btcr^fal; ; cin fa> 
lein ; bcr laufft ciiico fcucr-ro^r^ obcr bud^fc ; ^m bclti- 
roercf m etner trummel ; ba^ flc^aufe chic^ fQcfn'ttjrlcin;? ; 



BAR. BAS. ^ 

ta5 ge!)dufc (trt eincm bfatsnwcn&cr/ barrils barrique; ea- 

itcn ; fCt ; bar'iUt ; fupe. 

To band up, tmcii in (in fa§ cittmc{Tc?t/ in tin fag cbcr 

frtflctu fullctl/ entonnr.y mettre dans un barri/-, ou ///7«i- 
«w^ barriqus. * To barrel up sleep , WOt)l ausfc^lafctt/ 
^ormir tout fon faoul. 

Barrelled up , \\\ tin fa(j ci)cr fdfff t flCfi'iUct/ er.tonne. 

Barren, u:ifruc^t5ar ; fc^lcc^t/ trocfeti/ fo roeDcr fajft nc(^ 
frafft l)at/y?f>//^. 

Barrenly, tinfhid^tbar ; trocFcrt/ fltgcjC^macft, y?^//*?- 

Barrennefs, {)ie UllfrU(f;tkrf«t,y?rt77//<f. 

Barrefter, f. Barrifter. 

Barretor, tin \'&n%t\\\}XZ^d)iX, cbicaneur. 

Barrkadoe, ciHc trac!ciibur3/ uittfc^rancFttitg cities crts 

mi fdlTcnt C^<r f)OlPey banh-ade. 

To bajricadoe , ettuij^ tttit etiicr ttJagenburg ocrma(^eny 
ucrlegcH/ »<r|>crrett/ niit qucrl>clBcni ccrfd^an^cii; ta-nica- 

dei; faiYC des barricades. 

Barricadoed, niit cillcr barrica&e »erniac^ty barricade. 

Barrier, eiri fdjlaiibflum m. cincni X^t^t, bcn'iere. Bar- 
riers, tin wett'lauf in ben Itraif' fd^rancftn, btc lauff- ctcr 
fumpiT-K^'raticFeii, barrcs. 

Barril, f. Barrel. 

Barriltcr, ciii abuocfitC/ tin uorfprcdjci" iti ctncm untcr-'Se- 

ric^tC/ «» avocat , Kf? avocat pijiulant. 

Barrock, f. Barraque. 

Barrow, e. g. a hauJ-barrow, ciltc halt, fragC/ tfw civie- 
re a bras. A whcel-barrou', elll IC^ubfam, wwf hoiiette. 
A b5rro\v-hog, cill t\>it, tin ^t^&tniXUn fitrocitt/ un verrat, 
unporc chatrc. Barrow-greale, i)ae f£ft I'CJl v'mcm gc- 
|c0ntttc!icrt eber , graiJJ'e de pure. 

To barter, ttco^ii XKXt<n\x\&,tn, flit^taufc^ctt, citi bmg urn 
baa anbere %thtn , troquei- y changer ^ faire un trocy ou «« 
ichange. 

Bartered, wrtaitfcf^et/ }C. /roj'a/, i^r. 

Bartering, elll tuufc^/ roecl;fcl/ Jf. troc, echange, Vafiion 
de troquer, ^c. 

Barton, cill ^nna-^m^ , poulalier. 

Bale, i<S)k<i)t, gcrittg, 9crta<it*«:^a{;i9, ocrd^tli^ , unad^t- 
oat; nicbrtg, uott fc^lcc^tcra ftaubC/ »ofi gerittscm f>crfom- 
Btcn ; Haan(!dnbi9 / fc^diitlivl; , %s.xm, une^fh\^ , thxW, 
mc^W tpcrt^ , leic^tfcrtig ; utrjagt/ tucberftac^tig, fleittmu^ 
tm, fctgc/ blobc; gciBig/ fargy nl^it? , gctiau/ ^^j-, w/, wt*- 

frifabiei^ de bajje naijfimce, roturler; bonteux , Infame-, 
niaibonnetey indigne ; has, lacke,jam couinire; /nu'.re,chi- 
cheymefquin. Bafe-born , utiacijt/ U!ie()rlJ0 acbobrctl/ ba- 
tardy batarde. A bafe fon, elll Umk^tCf fo^ll, ciil t)UrciU 
fmv, un b^tard. Bafe coLn, falfcf)c mmi^C/ bofe, unaana-- 
barcy ccrtuffcnc , niangcn^affte muii^c ; fleine xnkn%t, flcui 

gcipy tf>^tf»; ^aj, munnoye de bas aloy, billon; petite mon- 
«o>v. A bafe court, eiaunter-gcricbf/ unecour (ubalteryie. 
The bafe part, ber bflf , /« bajfc. Bafe-eftate, bafe-tenure, 

cm gcmetncr, fc^Uc^tcr; unobelic^r jianb, eiti unabclicfccs 

iXiAVX, roturs. ^ 

Bale, baiis, bcr gnutb, %it grunb-fcflvv ^^^ fufacfxclf, bcr 

ni§ Ciner jaulc, %.. The bafe of a pedeftal , bcr fug, bo. 
ben, otcr intcrijc t{)cil etne^ fu§,geiKl(e-^,>r/^^^ */Wcy?«/. 

Tne bafe of a bed, ber bobcil cinc5 \>ttiti, I e Smb anient 
»m|lw/^^^^^, ou la bajl'-contre. A rhdrow-bafe, elil 

Bai'e, eiu fe?,- uber tiKer-nJolf/ /<?«/> ^^wo-. 



BAS. 



47 



•J- Bafelard, citt bot(^/ »» potgnard. 

Bafely, f^lcijfttcr, lerinacr vaii\t\ drmlic^/ flrmf:l»^, 
licbcrlicf^/ (eie^tfertw / fdiclmifc^cr/ fdhtiifclic^r, fcf^r.i.ibli* 
6)tx, garfiiger/ cbrlcfe? acifc; gmilic^, grttufant/ tajje^ 

ment , d^ ur.e maniere bajfe ■-, pauvrerneirt , cbetlvement y 
malytres mal ■, lacbement , vUatneniast , bvJlteufenient , en 
mal-bonnete bommey en faquim honil'Iement, fitrieufe- 
ment. 

Bafenefs, Vu niebriciFeif/ unac^tbatf cit / fi^Iccf>tcr, gcrfrt* 
ger, nicbriaer iianb/ obcr t)crfrmn!c:! ; "Hit lciu)tfcrtig!cit/ 
bubcrc!)/ fc^elnicrci), fdjajibe; uuanftauDigC/ garitige/ cl}rlc- 
\: axx ober fbat; ^it jag??a|ftigfett/ fleinmutbigtcit, nicbcr- 
trac^tigfcit/ blobigFcft; bcr gcifi/ bic fargljeitfilBigfcit/^tf/- 

fejje ; 'infiimie, licbete, aftion baJJe, honceufe, ou indipie i 
bajfejp d'efpit ou de cxur, lachetey abbatement de cou- 
rage ; avarice, mefquinerie , taquinerie. 
Bashaw, f. Bafla. 

Bashful, fc^am^affihg / \i\xi\it, ftirc^tjant/ ^illy bonteuxy 

thnide, ou niodejie. 

Bashfjily, |'d\nn^afftig, mit fc^am/init furd^t/ gar fiiUc/ 

a-\'c hC'Kte, tr:;c pudeur, avec timidite, avec modejiie. 

Bashfulnefe, Wt fc^am^affrtgfcit/ fcr^am, fwrcfttfamFcit, 
^ag&antigFcit/ blcbigfeity bonne ou bennete borne , pudeu-y 
tiniidite, modejiie. 

Bafil, 5r fvs-eet-bafil, bafllicn^frfltlt, bq/slic. 

Basllick vein, xiit Ijaupt^flbct/ la veine bafAique. Bad- 
lick, bic grctJc firchc , f)(nipt'f ird^C/ bajiUque. 

Biiilisk, cin bafilief, baJiUc. 

* BalTlisk, einc art fc^racrcn gcfc^l'^C?/ baJFUc , forte de 
gi'os canon. 

Bafm, cr bafon, S. tin flciticr fcc^fifcH/ bctt man inci* 
iJcti grojTcni otigclcgct/ brrj/Jn. 

Balis, bcr gninb/ tt^^tn, cvcr ba^ grutibrcercf/ bic grunb^ 
fcftCy ba^. fuKSCfleil/ bee fwf cincr faulc, bafe. 

To bask, fic^ betj ber fcane obcr am fcucr tsdvmtn, an 
bcr fonnc cbir Dcrm fcucr jtcJjcn//^ cbauffh-y etre, onfe 

tenir an foleil. 

Basket, tintiXh/ pa-'.iery corbeille. Fruit-besket , citt 
Cbjl-fotb/ rc-Tifa. Table-basket, citl taffcl-forb/ manve. 
* A basket, to carry on the back, cill txaphxb/ U7:e ':c:- 
t^. A little basket, ciu ^ailb-forblcitl/ «» corbil/cf:. 
Basket-maker, eifl fotb^mac^cr/ va7sicr. Basket-woman, 
cine frail/ tit forbc bcrcaiifft; obcr aiic^ cine friii/ ii: fief? 
auf bcm marcfte obcr beij tea flcird)bd!!cfcrt aufb'alt/ unb 
ben IcutC!!/ »a^ f:c gcfiuifft,/ hc(nitr.i(!:ii ^il^/ unevanie- 
re ; ou bien , W/ic femme , j^a/ /<? f /fwr au marcbe ^ aux ^ 
houcberies avec une corbeille, if qui pOf-te, pour pen de ckufe, 
les provijions , qu'cr. y acbete. Basket-trade, bC? ^Qtlbcl 
mit BrfcCH/ la var.erie. 

Bafon , cin beef Ctl/ baffn. 

BaiTa, cm 'Bopy cin Si^rcFifc^cr jtatf^alter obcr cfficicT/ 

bncba, baffh. 

BSls, (in bcttc &CU binfcn gcmot^t, /// de joncs. f. 
Bafe. 

BalTet, ober bairet,ein fattcn^picl fo ?ort?Dencbi9 gcfom- 

mcny bajfette. 

Bafsoon, eirt fagoty bafjon. 

Bart, jiricfc, fcilcy cbcr gcfloc^t^ne bctfcn »on jungcB Hit- 
bcn-'baji gemac^ty cordes, ou »<?/fr ^V r///fi/. 
To baft, cincn alfdilagen; cbprjgcliiy at>fc?nticrcn/ A»/- 

tre, r offer y rosier de coups; txxs gcbratCil^/ IBCim C^ bct)l!l 
fcucr bratety bCiUenCtt/ «rr6/<f7- ouj^/wo'jr Is rcti; ttMai 
mit lailaCn (lichen «e!;«n/ baguer. To ball fiints with 

buner, 



48 



BAS. BAT. 



butter, cinlccrct?)lrc{)brcfc^cti/ ctnci)CV3cMJc^eav!>cit tl)im,. 

battre /' ean avec un bSton. 

/■/7;y/, batarde ; qui ;/' i^/?/>/7j veritable^ faux. Baftar«.Urench,. 
VCrbcrbt/ folfd) 5'Wl't>ofltcf)/ Franqoh corrujnpu. 

Baibr(i,5'.emI)atlrtit/i)Ui'cn''Eifit)/ u»c^clicf;c^fi!tt)/ «»^^- 

/tfrrf', line batarde. 

To baftardize , citic^ Miicic^ art iitibnatur DerbcrDctt/ ttcr? 

fltltienf/ Dcrffllfc^Ctl/ abatardlr^ alterer ^ corrompre , fa'tre 
degenerer^ fal/ijier. 

Baftardized," ucrbcrbt/ UXm\i%Xi , \>ZX^h\\i)<X , abatardi, 
altere^ corrompu^fal/ifie. 

Baftardy, tie crfUrtbt8U|tg Ob dllCl' dti^ur-fiitb fCtt/ ^<?r«;'- 
i///"^ ; recherche de batard'ife. 

B^fte,f.Baft. 

Bailed, gcfcI}lageit/(ibgef($micrt/HJ^//«,»-^/7?,i»'^. f To 

baft. 

Ab^ftenrope, eiti flricf obcc kU jjou littbcnbai^ gcmac^t, 

<»(?;'^e r/' ecorce de t'lllett. 

Baftiiiado, baftiuidoe, fc^lage,- eltic^jrugcl-fuppe/ ^<7/?o»- 

nade^ coups de bit on. 

To baftinido, cltictt prugclij/ abfc^tflijctt / abpcugcdt, 

baftonner ., donner des bajronnades , donner des coups de 
batoji. 

Baftlnido'd, gcvrflQClt/ bajlonne. 

BalHng, btcpriigd-'fuppC/ ba^ abpcfigcltt / n*. bajlommde, 
I ' (ulioij de battre., i^c. f. To baft. The b^fting of meat, 

tivi bcgicffea bcf flctfc^e^/ rocmi cs bcpm feucr brdtct/ Z'^- 

B'lon de fiamber la viande. BMling-ladle, bccloffcl/ ba* 
mit man ba^ gcbratcne bcgicjfct / utenjile de culfme pour ar- 
rofer leroti. 

Baftion, einc baftctj/ Cin bcnrocvcf/ un bafiion. 

*Bafton, citt prugd/ fntttcl/ flccfcii ; drt buttd obcr 
fc^crge be^ gefrtiigitiiTc^jufonbcn/ fo man bic fleet itenttct/ 

aw baton., un tricot ; »« huijjter., mi fergent de la prifon de 
Londres., qu'on appelle fleet. 
Baftonado, f. Baftinado. 

Bat, einc f culc/ ein f nittd ; cine fleber-'mauf;'/ crojfe ; r-&^»- 
ve-fouris. A brick-bat, cinilu^Uon cincm jicgcl'ftdn/ un 

viorceau de br/que. A wh(5il-bat , eiu t)iUlb'f(^U^ jum fauf}- 

fd)lagcn / uncejle. Bat-fowling , bcr wogd ' fang bcp nad;t/ 

chaffl' aux oifeaux pendant la nuit. 
Bat, A. on jiatt Bartholomew, ^art^ct/ Bartelemy. 

Eatable ground, angrdnficnbe^ lanb, baruin jrecp licr- 
ren nicl^t cinig fcpnb/ terres limitrophes ^ que deux etats fe 
difpntent. 

JBat^lia, f. Battalia, 

Batalion, f. Battalion. 

Batch, dnofeuuoUbrobt, fc m\ manaufcinma^lba'cFcty 

unefiiurnie. But all being of the fame batdi , inbcin fie abcr 
Otic t)on cincr art fuib/ fintcmal)! fie aUc cinerk i) bofcbaffcn^dt 
l^abcn/ etnc^ i)l gcmacl;t tvic basf anbcrc/ mats tousles ouvra- 

ges kant de la iiihne tre7npe. 

Batchelor,batchelour, f Bachclour, &c. 

Bate, bcrflrcit/ sancE/ rtV/^tff , qucrelle. A make-bate, 

eirt obcenbldfer/ rdbelefu^rcr / aufvu^rcr, larmcnbldfcr/ »« 

boutefeu. 

To bite, V. A. ctwa^ nac^Iaffert/ nac^gcben, cilaffcn/ 

flbbrec^en/ ficbflbbrcc^cnlajfcn/ rehattre, retrancher, dim:- 
nucr. f To abate. He won't bate** an inch on't, er mill 

nid)t Hi geringffe nflcf;lflj7en / nic^t^ baoon fal)rcii laffen, 
im gertngflcrt nic^t tt)dc()cn/ nid;t dnc l)aarc i\ad)(ichcn/ il 
n'enveut point demordrc. To bate, V.N. abncljinen / f;d; 
Hlinbcrn / WmtX Werben/ cinfaUcn/ baiJJer,d'Hmnuer,s' abba- 



BAT. 

tre, dicroitre:, flrttteW/ batre des ailes j auf ctma^ fallen lt»i< 
cin b«bic^t/ fundrefur. 

TJath, cin ha'ii , bain. A hot bath, m warmc^ hn\> ; ci^ 

ncbab^jlubC/ K»/^/7/w<-/'/7»rf; etuve. A dry bath, cin tru< 

cEcnc^bab/ ober cinortinbcrbab-'flubc/ ba man fcj^njificr, an 

poesle. The knirhs of the bath, bic Httcr bc^ \i\\'^ii , {<in 

alter rittcr^orbcn in (gnglanb/ fo nicf)t groj; gcad^tct wirb.) 

les chevaliers du bain. A bath-keeper, etn babCT/ un 

baigncur. 

To bath, bathe, ettt»a3 U\)m , roafc^cttrbcgicffcn/ be^^ 

fcUC^tCtl/ ncfjcn; babcn/ baigncr, arrofer., trempi.'r,THOuil. 
ler; fe baigncr. To bkhe a wound, eillC Wunbc mit 

roarmen roein obcr bt'rgletd;cn au9ivafd;cn/ etuver,o\xbaJJi' 

ner line play e. 

Bathed, gcbabct/ JC. baign^, ^c. 

Bathing, batJbabcn/ r a^]ondebaigner,^c. f To bath* 

A bathing-place, dnort, TOomnn fic^ babet/ dncbab'ilube/ 

m\ bab/ un bain. A badiing-tub , m\ babC'JUbcr / une bai- 
gnoire.,ov^un bain. 

Bating, ba^ nac^lajfcn/ abbrccbcn/ berabsitg/ abfcblag, V\t 

UCrminbcrnng / / ' aflion de rabattre, rabais, diininution, ^^. 

f To bate. Badngfome few, ctlicl^e jvciiigc au^gcnommen, 

hormis , excepte quelques uns. 

Batoon, cin fnrfjcr/ bicfcr vtngd/ IwxXaXi einc feule/ «« ^i- 

tongros^ court ., un tricot. 

f Battailed, mit ^jirtnen obcrfpitjcngcbilbct/ wiemaucr* 

f))itjCn forniiret/ qui ejl ome de crenaux., crenele. 
•Battilia, cine fcbldd^t-'Orbnung/ bataille , ordre de bataille. 

Battalion, dntroup fu^^ DolcE, gcmciniglid;) 5 obev6oo 

manil/ bataillon. 

Bktel, batde, 5". cine fd}lnc^t / 'cin treffen ; cin bucU ; fur 

dnfdrbin brob obcr bier (JU Drforb/) bataille-, duel; Hard 
de pain ou de biere. Battel- ax, cinc jtrcit-a^'t/ hache 
d' armes. 

•}• Battel, A. ^iyx^i^m, fertile, fecond. 

t To battel, wcibcn/auf \iii TOcibc gc^cn ; ficft mailcn/ 

fctt rocrbCH/ paitre; j' engraiff'er ^ devenir gras. f. aucj^ 
to lize. 

To batten, ftd) redRCtt/ im f otl) hcrum mdf^cn / /? vcau- 
trcr, / etcndre i \\d) uidficn/ fctt ivcrbcti / ficlj cx\)t\m, tvicbcr 

fcbcrn bcfommcit/ j' engraijj'er, fe refaire., fercJiiplumcr. 

Batter, mc^l mitn5afi'cn'ermifd)t/ barauiJmanflbiKrunb 
pfrtnnfuc^ien in (gnglanb madjt/ farine dctrempee pour m 

faire des boudins ^ de bignets a /' Atigtoife. 

To batter, etttasJ fc^Ingcn/ floptfcn^ bidnen/ jermnlmen, 

jerbrcd)cn/ jcrbrucfcn/ battre, f rapper yfroijjer, appl.nir, 
ecacher. To batter with ordnance, mit (Iticfcn bcfdjicf* 
fen/ battre a coups de canon, canoimcr , foudroyer. I'o bat- 
ter one's face, cincm maulfitdlcn gcbcn / ba^ gcficbtc jcr* 
f(i)lnqcn / fou^kter quclqu'un, lui accomwoder le vifage a la 

compote. To batter down , nicbcrfd^icffcn/ mcbcn'ocrtfen/ 

nieberreiffen/ \\\ bobcnt»er|fen/ abbatre,renverftT,fracaJJ'ert 
bathe tnruine. 

Battered, gcfc^logcn/ jcrmalmct/ K. batu,fhtppi, i^c. 

Battering, basJ fd}lagcn/2C. /' a^'Uon de battre,i$'c. 

Battery, dne battcrcp, obcr cin er{)obencr ort gefc^ufic 
barnuf iu fidlen / bat eric. Battery, cinanfaU/ gcfc^t/ einc 
fd)ldgcrep. 

Batting,?.^. a iaundrefs's batting-ftalf, citl Waf^l-'blaucl/ 
un batoir. 

Batde, &c. f. Battel, &c. 

Batdcdore, cine fc^iippc/ racfct/ ben ball ju fctilagctt/ 
jcinc fd)ieMotte/ batoir, palete j dn a b c^tdflein/ ^l- 

[phabct. 



BAT. BAY. 

Battlement, eJrtC jinnC/ bicfpi<;e titter ntfluet, «« creneau. 
Battler, citl fhlDente auf Dcrumucrfittit/ unecolierdans 
I 'univtr^/tte. 

Battoon, f. Patoon. 

•{- Biljbce.farSirt/liarb/ unl'iari. 

Bauble, &c. f. Bawble. 

Baud, &c. f. Bawd, &c. 

•J- Baufre)',cill6alcfC;fotf/fi?,/o//Vf. 

B^vin, ciii 5unt)el fieiii ^c!>^ ot>er j)um3 reif 13 / /^/"»^> 

hotenee. 

To baulk, &c. f To balk, 5cc. 
Baulm , <^c. f. Balm, 5:c. 
•J- To bau Iter, f. To curl. 

Bawble, f tn&crff tcl,.coppcnnJct(J,lumi>en^aare ein nic^t^- 
roertbe^ ting / feterrct'cnicfttrccrtbift/ babhle , jouit d' en- 
fant, col'tpcb ft , kngatdle. A fool's bawble, cillC Hrtrrcn- 
ff, marote defou. 

'"Bawd, ciitc hiptcriti; ctn fuplcr/ ^urcii-wirtf) / wwf" ma- 

quere/le ; /<» maquerenu. 
♦ Bawdkin, f. Tinlel. 

Bawdrick , ^et Iftcmc rtctttcn cinw glucfcn-fc^rocngfl'i/ 

f w^f, ou courroye de battant de cloche, f. aui^ Furniture. 
Biwdry, f. Bravery. 

Biwdry, Die fuplcrct)/ wr!uppel«ng/ fjurcn-reirt^fcf^a^, 

maquerefage. 

Bawdy, vf- <lflr|iig, uttfldtig fduift:^/unc^r6ar;Uni)cr|c&dnit/ 

fi^dabUc^, un'5UCf)tig / y^/p, obfcene, viJain, impudique,dcs- 
bonnite. A bawdy - houie , cin ^UTCn - {)aup / I)ure« - nef{/ 
cinort/ baaUeuppigfcitgctricben»iri>/»»^or</f/, »«//>« /»- 

fame, un lieu de debaucbe. 

^ Bawdy, s. unfldtigfeit/Oiro&f jotctt.ciituttjldtige^gcfprnc^^ 

fdui|C^C/flarrngcrebenc.^cr aortC/ obfcenite ,falete , ordure^ 
paroles grapes. 

Bawdy, ^/r. f .^fl^. to talk bawdy, flarfriflc retcn fu^rcn, oon 
unnic^tt^en fad)eit rcten/ fduifc^c \tUr\ retcn,/w/r /ej 

difcou7-sfales, pericrpas. 

Tobawl.iautfc^rcpcn/laut rufcft, ein arcfTc^ gefcfireo nta^ 
t^cn- prciitliu^fluerufen/ immertar fc^repcn/ cr/Vr, aiuUler, 

ciabaudrr. 

Bowler, cifi grcffer fc^rctjrr, einc gwiTc fc^rc9crin/«» rr//7jv<; 

un CYtaiUeur, une criarje. 

Eayvlijig,ta9!^efc()rcp/ flrcfTe^flefc^rcp/ taelautcrufen/ic. 

nierie,cyinillerie, I afl'ton de crie>; i^c. To keep a baw- 
ling, ein gtoffe^ gcfc^rc^ macfim, immer fc^rcijcti , imntcr ru- 

fen, mVr, criaille-,-. 

Bawling, .^. lautf($rcnciib/ rufcnb/ imnicrrufcnb / f«x 

a-ie, qui crialllf, qui clabatide. 

t Bawfm, cin l<x^%, taiffon. 

Bay.cinraecrtufeti, eiucrc&cbe^ ntecr^ ; einc Iiufc, cin 
kcrcrcrtintcrmdurerarbcit/ ju cincr tl)ur o&et fenftcr; t>er 
roum ;it5i|c^cn trecrcn balcfcit • einc? fclfel - ^xf^zxi facf ; cine 



BAY. BE. 



4> 




at a bay, cineii nut »eracHicf)eti rcortcn abfpcifcn «»/«/>? oue4. 
quun, letenirtnbaleir.ejuitenirle bee en I'eau. aW, 
bay-tr'ee, cin Icrkcr-baunt/ un laurier. 

Bay,^.braun, 5raun--m!),cafianien^'braun; bay.rouge- 

brun. Abay-horfe.ctntrJun.-riMbc^pfcrf, un chrval bey. 
Biy-ralt,cinf<:^tt!ar^rce-'fal?,«tt7>/ar/j. Biy-coioured, \. 
Bay, A. 

Tobiy, blecfcn/ ttiie ein lamm; 5e((cn trie eiti fiimb, 
heeler -^ abbojertjapper. 



Bsvard, ein Braun^rotfie^ pfcrb, mit «ttm Wet|Te:t jlccfeii 

asn fUb'C/ «" ba.'z.in, un chevalbay. 
Bayes, bays, f. Bayze. 

Buying, Ui blccfen eiiiel Uxavxti ; b«^ IcBeit et«e^ ^nbe*/ 

beelement \ abboyement. 

Bayl, &c. f. Bail, &c. 

B^yUli;&cf.Bdilitr,&;c. 

Bayonnet, cin bilicnet/ une hayomtette. 

Ba^Tie, baze,bcr>/ grob fricfirte:^ tndi, reveche. 

To be , fepn , \\\ fenn , etre , exijiei-. I am , i(§ Sitt , ye 
fuis ; Thou art, tu bijt / /» f J i He is. cr ift Jl eft; We are, 
roirfinb/Wowj/owwi'/; Ye are, \%X \va\i ,yous etes ; They 
are, fie finb, ilsfont. I was, i6)^<\X ,jetois , oujefas; 
I have been, id) hid getDCfen//' ay etc ; I had been , t(^ n>ar 
Cta»i\m, f avois,o\ij'eus ete ; I shall be, td(> ttJer&e fcntf/ 
jefej-aii That I be, bafi^^coa ntOitC/ afn que jefois , I 
should be, ic^ tvdre/ jeferois, OMJefuJJe. He is beuer, ct 
ift beffcr auf cr bcj^ubct ftC^ beffcr, // ef. mieux , ou ilfe par- 
te mieu.x. That's well, Da^ i^ gut, c3 tfl niir Mth , celi eft 
bien, voilaquivabien. That will be, ^\Xi ttjirb gerc§el)eff/ 
fo »)irb C^ ^crge^eH/ c^.'/* /f^^'^^. r^/« arrivC'-a. What's the 

matter? tPQ? gicbt^ bier* ttsai fjaben ite wr? Jta^ hcbt 
i!)r»or? iwa^ ifl bie urfac^c biefc^ tumulta? queft-ce que 
c'ejl? quy-a-t in There is, there be, cs ifli e^finb' d 
gicbt / ileft , ilya. There are men fo wicked, e^ (^itht 
lCUtC/biefoleid.)tfcrtigrittb/ H efi, ou il y a des kommes fi 
mecbants. There was a woman, e^ TO^Jt eine frau / H 
etoit, oxkily avoit une femme. It is with painters as with 

poets, ti geftet mit ben ma^lern t xck mit Ha poetcn, 

Hen ejl despeintrescomme des po'etes. I am hungry , mi(^ 
\)\xmtXi,j'aifaim. lam dry, ntic^burtiet»jW/o7/! 1 am 
hot , mix itt rcarm / fai chaud. I am cold , ttt'tcfe \xi(Xtt, 
jaifstid. To be ten years old, jebll |ill)r alt fet)n, etre 
age de di.x ans. You are out , you are miftaken , if)r 
trcft^ nic^t/ i^r bctrrtget eucf> fclbfl, vous n'y etes pas, 
V6HS vous trompez. To be nothing but skin and bo- 
nes , nic^fcs aU t)aut unb bcin an fit^ ^abcn , n avoir que 
i la peau & les os. To be in orders , crbiflirct fenit/ 
i avoir les ordres. You are to blame , ihr babt Urtrccftt/ 
' C5 ifr cure tl^ulb / voas avez tort. I am to receive rao- 
. ney, id) f'ctlaclb Cinpfangetl, je doirece'^'oir de /' argent 
j You are to play, t^r mdffet fpiclctt/ c' eji a vpus ajoiiey. 
1 How is it ^ trie ge^Ct^? trie ftcbcta? comment va I ajfai- 
I rel comment vor.t les affaires ? How iS it with you? MJte 
j gebet? CUC^ ? tais. ^ebta twit CUC^ ? comment vous va .' 
I commext vous portez vous ? He is not well , er ijl nicfet 
I rcoblauf; cri|lU!!p8B/ Hnefe parte pas bica, ilfe portemal. 

I Who are you for? iren iDoUct i!)r f>aben ? mit went bal/ 

tCt ibriJ ? auf trciTen fcitc fcpb ibr? pour qui tenez vous 1 
pour qui etes TKUs ? I zm for that, that's the thing I am 
for, i(^ roiUbfl^fjabcn/ bantit balte ic^^ ; id) mctiies tt^eiU 

bflbcbiefesaitlliebftcn; c' eft ce que jeveux avoir , quifasme 
■ 1 am for any thing , id) U]Jt tint u'lici gcfallcn f id) tan midp 
I ini!llc«fc^icfcn/ eegiltntiralles qkid), id) babe cinc« fo lieb 

I al9 tii anbere / je m accommode de tout , j aime tout. It is 
I not all the money in the world, that can make him di>- 
! honeft, crldifet fjc^ mit feiuem gelbe betlci^cn/ tout r or- 

\g^ntdumonde nefauroit lecorrompre. What would you 

be at? roadtroUt ibr bainit^obcn ? mag ifleucr rorbaben ? 
' t»o jiekt ibr bin ? reo tocDt ibr binaui ? mi i^ cure at* 

[ftcbt? que pretendez vous fair e? quel ejl votre dejjein? 
\ quells ejl vStre vent, ou intention ? (. at. This is no- 
. thing to you , hai gcbct cud) md)U an t cecine vous impoT' 
; ti m/llemmt. To be a witnefs for one, eitic^ fcin icuge 
G ^ fcijn 



so 



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fetjtt / i^m JC«9ni§ ScBcit / fcrvir Je temoht a quelquUm. 
That muft be to you inftead of a recompence, t)ii\ii 
mujj cucc lo()it fei)!i, i\)t nr'ijTct ti m ilatt carer bclai^nmig 

auiTC^mctt/ cela vous doit fervir y ou /,:•;//;• /icu tie rccom- 
pcnfe. I Avas fo frighted , that J shan't be my felf thefe 
two days, icf) bin fo crfiirccfc!!/ brt§ jc^ in jiwct) tagcn 
niitt nJtcbcr ju mir fdbft fommen tver&e//rt/ eujt grand' 

peur, que je a'en reviendrul fas de deux jours. If fo be 

that he *o away, fo cr la njcfigc^ct/ fo e^ tt>a()r i(l/ bn§ cr 
iDCv^itc^cn uptrl), fo c? ja tvcijiieoen foltC/ jVV j't>« w, j'// t// 

•»?-tf/, oyxjitant ejl qu'il s'cn aille. To be hereafter, JU? 

funffttij f«pn/ roag funfftig gcfc^e^en reirb/ /«///r, ^k/ doit 

hre. So it be no trouble to you, loeun Co Clicl) nUt fd- 
BC un9CU'gC4lI)Ctt niacf)Ct/ pourveu que cela fe faj/e fans 
vous incofnmoder. I am as yet to feck as to that, icf) H\X 
mx^ nod) nid^t tarcin fttifccnCfc^icfcH/) icl)!nnc^ noc^nid)t 

bcf.rctlfCrt/ id) KX{K\)t e^ nOC^ nici>t/ c'ejl ce que je cherchc, 
i-'eft ce que je ne fai encore pas. To be in hand with a 

thing, mit timi befd}dfftigct fepn/ «n etiua^ arccitcn/ fid) 

■aniCtJt)asi>Ctnu^Cn//r'?i''?///«"<?i7»f/^«£' chofe, y etyenpres. 

Jr will be ill for you, e^ itsirt) fuf cud) iiid)t mt fct)n/ i^r 

Itcrbct fccf tt>CC?cn iU furl? Emnmen ; cela ira mal pour vous, 
vous en faaffrirez. I cannot be without ir, id) fan ee ttic^t 
cntbel)rcn/.;V ne faurois ni'en paJJ'er. 1 shall be the death 
of him, i(^ tt)iU i{)n Umbrin(!en/ .7^ le tuerai. I'll be the 

ruin of him, id) iihU if)n (jdnJjlii^ DcrbcrbcH/ um fein f)aab 

Unb gut bringCH/^V /t- rumerai^je cauferai fa ruine. Obf. 

itc Snglaubec gcbrauc^en ^ik^ii verbum fel)r offtC/ mit ci- 

ncnt participio prcefentis temporis tjon cineiU flnbcrn ver- 
bo, glcic^J^ie bie @ric(^cn t\)\X\\/les angloisfe fervent fort 
de ce vcrbe avec le participe prefent cVun autre verbe , a 
la rnnniere des grecs. e.g. I am reading, '\^ U^'e , je lis. 
1 was r.eading, iii) \aft,je lifois. Obf. fie gcbratu[)cn ce flUC^ 
lllit ben participiis prceteriti temporis, // s' en fervent aujj] 
itvec les parti ci pes preterits , dans Ic fe?is de 7ios adjcfiifs 
fnijjans en able. e. g. He is to be praifed, cr ijl JU lo^ 
ben / // efl louahle. He is to be excufed , cr iff JU Cnt^ 
(d)Ulbigcn / // ifi excufable. It is not to be imagined, 
man H\\ fid)* nic{)t einbilben,- i I n' efl pas concevable. It is 

nut to be palled through , man fait l)icr \\\^x burc^(Kf)en/ 

<•/; tie fauroit y paffer. Obf fie 0Cbr«ud)en C^ aUG) imper- 
vjnaiiter, il s\n ff-cent aujfi imperfonelle/uejit . e.g. There 

arc fcvcral houfes, e5 finb unterfcf)ieblid)e I)dufcrrc!J gtcbt 
»iclc I)flU|er/ H y u plu/ieurs maifons. There is good beef 
eaten in England, uian iffet %vX rinbfTcifd) iw gnglanb/ 
bie Icutc cffen'^gut rinbflcifd) \\\ Snglanb/ on mange,o\x ilf- 

mange de bon bauf en An(rleteri'e. 'Tis I, id) hil\^,c\fl 
tnoi. It is day-light, eo i|t ta^j bcr UQ brid)t aU/ ilcfi 
jour. It is fine weather, c^ lit ()i:bf:}) (fd)Ort) WCttCr/ H 
fait beau terns. 'Tis moon-shine, bcr monb fd)cinct/ il 
fait clair de lune. ' Tis no matter, e9 i)at nid)W JU bcbcu- 
Urt/ il n'importe. To bcdawb, bcfubclW/ barboiiiller. To 
beshit , bcfd)ci||cn/ embrener. 

B^ach , ein ebcnc^ ufer/ gcffabc / ftranb tti mccrc^ ; cin 

•Oracburgc an bent r.iecrC/ «» rivage, une cote de mer ; poin- 
:e de terre, cap. 

Beacon, m fcucfy citt jeid^cn mit fewer auf imx xonxU, 

■un fignal, un feu. 

Bdaconage, rcartcgclb/ xnai man fwgcn bc^ anf bcr njar^^ 

U gemac^tejl fcucrj jaf)Ut/ le droit qu' on pay e pour I'entre- 
ti en d''un fignal. 

Bead, cin fiippflf an ciner i^aBfc^nuc, <m\\\)<\\\\)i , obcr 
yatCMDI^cr/ ^>r///;; </V fo/Z/Vr, ^t' braalei, ou </f chapeUt. 



B E A. 

Beads, popish beads, ctn pntcmoitcr obcr rofen^franf? , 

chapelet, rofuire. Bead-roll, bed-roll, cil! cataloTus be? 
revicniiicn/ fur n5elc^ebicyrie,^crinbcufird)en jubctenpjTIeg-' 

tci}/ lijhf ou catalogue deceux pour qui lespretres avoient 
accoutume de prier dans les cgllfes. Beads-man, ciil fll- 

mofcncr/ cbcr ciner, bcr in bcr firc^e, fur cincn guttljatcr 

jU betcn tfi<t<\Ui aumdnier, ho?ime d'eglifc, qui prioit pour 
tin bienfaiteur. Beads-man, S. befrcl'DOgt/ ^«nbc^peitfd)cr, 
chaffe-coquin, chaffs-chien. Bcad-cu/Ti, ^anb-tflfikin ober 

^anb-f rC'Sl«';i mit'f Uincn fnoj)fcn obcr pcrlcit gcmajijtv man- 

chettes a pet its grains. 

Beadle, ei» OcbcU/ bfittcl/ flabt-frtCC^t/ un bedeau, un 
fergent. 

Beagle, cin fpur-^unblcin/ baffet. *A precious beagle, 

cin ycrgc^tlid)cr/ nid)t^'n3er%r, fc^lcd)tcr/ gcringcr mcnfc^/ 

un ho7nme de neant, un faquitt. 

Beak, bcr fc^nabcl , le bee. Beak-full, citt fc^nabcl »cU, 

bechie. The beak, beak-head of a ship , bCF fd)Uflbcl ci* 
\lC5 fcftiff^/ I'eperon, le cap d'un navire. 

Beaked, ba^cincnfc^nabcl^at/ %^[i)w^\)^\i|qui aunbec. 

Beaker, ein bC(^er/j"o^e/<?^ 

Beal, mXi beulC/ cin gcfc^rofir/ puflule, apoflume. 

To beal, m gcfc^rour wcrben/ ju citer/ reif obcr jeitig 

rocrbcn/ apoftumer. 

Beam, cin btilcfc? tinc roagen-bcic^fcl, ^ai bdlcflcin un* 
tcr cincm reagcn obcr gutfd)e; bcr groffc jincfc cineS I)irfcf)s 
gcnjcp^ee; bcr jjvcrc^-balcfcn cincr wage; tin flni^l; cine 
fcuer-fcule am f)inttncl, cine rurtc in bcr Infft/ poutre-, ti- 

mon de chariot , fieche de caroffe ; perche , marrain ; /?'<?- 
verftn, rayon', colomne de feu, verge. Draw- beam, 
wind-beam, tin TOcnbcl-bnunt/ bauiit xxxrn clival umbrct)ct, 
vindas,finge. A weaver's beam, yarn-beam, ein ttJCbcr- 
bannt/ bcr njcnbcl-'bauni cinci? njcbcr-^/ cnfouple de tijferand. 
Sail-beam., bcr flugcl m ix\X%X minbmu^lC/ le volant d'un 
moulin a vent. 

Beamy, ftraf)Ienb/ rayonnant. 

Bean, cine bo^nC//f'w. Kidney -beans, frcnchbeans, 
pl)Ofolcn/ 5r<'"(50f'f*^ebof)ncn,/^T^f.r de haricot, ou haricots. 

Bear, dxx bar, un ours. She-bear , cinc Hxin, ujte ourfe. 
P. To fell the bear's skin before one has caught him, 

iic barcn-I)cut ocrfauffen/ ct)c bcr bdrge/rtngcn; bictoci)tcr 
cinem mann gcben/cl)c fie gcbohrcn; bicrcd)nnng ofincben 

iwirt^ mac^CU/ vendre la peau de I'ours avant qu'il fuit 
pris', conter fans I'hSte. P. He goes like a bear to the 
ftake, ergcl)Ct mit unnjillcn/ Hy va acontre-caeur. Bear- 
dog, iin ()unb bic bdren jn ()cfjcn/ '^'-S"^ '^'^ combat aver 
les'ours. Bear-garden, cin gartcn Cbcr pla$/ IVO bic \)\X\\^ 

be unb baren jufannncn fdmpffen/ le Heu, oii l:sdvguesfe 

batter.t avec les ours. Bear-ward, cin biircn fubrcr, me- 
neur d'ours. Bears-breech, bcars-foor, brtrCtPflau,. bftt- 
tOUrP/ branque urfinc. 

To bear, cttua^ tragcH /'I)nlten / crl^rtUcn/ untcrjIiSficn ; 
bnlben, Icibcn, t)crt';agcn/ crtrugcn/ nu^haltcn/ au^ftcljcn; 
fd)tt>flngcrge^cn,. gebabrcn, \\xx rcclt bringcn, porter, fvppor- 

ter, fouti-nir; fouffrir, endurer, effuyen porter, produire. 
To bear, gclingen, reUffir. To bear one goodwill, cincm 
gcTOcgcn/ t)olb ^tmi gutc ncignng \\x ibni tragen/ licbc gc^^ 

gen i^ntX9.0)m, porter amiti^, ou aft'eSlion a quelqstun. 
To bear one a grudge, a fpite, an ill-will, eirtcn groll aitf 

cincn \}(x\i\x> einem fcinb (gc{)fli]ig) fojH/ cincm gcvnc in bie 

\)<X<XX^ nJOUcn/ vouloir mal a quelqu'un,lui envouloir^avoir 
une dent de I ait centre lui. To bear {jvay, to bear rule, 

^crrfc^cn/ bic 'oerrfc^nfft fn^rcn , Vk Dbcri)anb l)nbcu/ <5fi'- 
miner , gouvcrfitr, regner, avoir le pouvoir en main. 

To 



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To bear an office, tin amt bcbictictt/ }i(imi\Un , foUter.lr ^ Uaitn, cittcm bie j^wgc Mun^auiUlttnjp kaif^ey, s\'!i- 
un employ i exaccr une cluirgc. To bear re charges, tic rcr, avancer; Jc foutenir. To bear upagainll,f!(j>Jtt?cr* 
uuFo)>c!i bcjobUiiy citicti ftc») \i:([U\h payer lesfraify ou ia \(uw, tfitcritcbcii, tttberltrcbcn, fid> t»i&er ctow^ fjficii/ tc-- 
iiepciife^ defrayer-. To bear one company, eiticni gcjclbj nru()CII/ beatbcitett / fear{Oit«^r fcin au|fcr}{a^ rt;un/ rcf.jier^ 
fdia(ft Iciflctl/ y"^"V ou /tK/;- contpagrAe a quelqu'un. Pa- fa'tre effort, fe rou/h; ou tenir ferme centre quelque c'jofe. 
per that bears ink, paficr tactic fltlte l)«lt lii>Cl(^C^ Ilic^I , * To bear up before the wind, gerat« nad) PCttl biHtntHtJ^ 
t)Urcl)fchldgt/ ^« papier qui ne boit point. Thit word will j teit Dlt fcaeltl/ porter a route, fain voik endroiture. To 
hardly bear that fenfe, man Un Mcfe^ n>ort fc^njcrlid) in t bear up to a ship, fluf CtU fcftiffjufcfleln/ porter fur urtvaif- 
l>tm wcrtlant)< ncbmCH/ r^ wcf n^ /f prend guere en cefens. \ feau. To bear towards the coalb, ijacf) bcm ufer lU fcgcrsT, 
W'hat dare does that letter bear? n>a6 fur eitl, datum ^at j narviger vers la cote. To bear do;vn. Act. nti'&erliTJfen, 



t'Cl- brief? trie alt ift ticfcr bvicf* de quelle date eji cette 
lettre? To bear witnels, 5CU3tU§ gcbctl/ cin SCUgni§ able 



niet»cri)rudcn/ uutcrt>ru(fen/ mct(crfet:cfcii, ntcbcrrcnJcH/-^' 

re baijfer, obbatre, renverfer; mtt WprtCil \ro\W%tn,deccn- 



gcn, ein \am fctJH/ porter temoignage, retidre tenwigna- cener; cttKm Ctmas ini CteflC^t? »OCbalteit/ Uiti) e?n)ibcriblt 
^c-, etre temoin. Bear witnels, fei)& tlicitl jCUgC/ ic6 tichnic i \>t\)aw\!ttx\i f'JKte^ir , foutenir en face. A piil^ole that be- 
(Md) ;um jCUgen/ t'oax enfercz thuoir.ije vous prens a te- \ ars down the weight, Ct!l|>i!ipl &a^ nicJjcrbrucft/ tine pifto- 
moin. To bearlikencl's one to another, to bear relem- [ le quJ trebuche. To bear down, N. fiijcfen. flC^ fctjCH/ 
Mance, cinanJJcr pletC^ (dbnlicft) fer,n / (fctjCIl/) reljtmbler, I s'aff'aijfer, s'enfer.cer. To bear olt'a blow, parctctl/ citicnt 
itr< fembtebh;fe rapperter I'uH a l' autre. To bear pro- j flrciit mit &rc^«nc| t»C8 Ictbc^ CHtlVCid):tt , parer un coup, 

portion, cttie glctcftbcit mit eittanbcr 1).ibcn/ nfic& ttmM gc-- • f<f detottrr.er. To bear ofT, N. Mm n,n:tt>c abfcgein, »oiii 

riC&tCt fcpil/ avoir de la proportioJi, etre proportionate \ fcftcjl lanbc ill5 Vii\li XXIUI frfMlfen, courir au large, fe met- 
To bear a part, cilten thcil m ctwa^ |)abcn/ eJHCntbdl Otlf j tre au la-.gi, alurguer. To bear in with the harbour, 
fi(5 nebnicit/ cincn tt)cil bcjablcti/ ^voir ou prer^he part. \ tnit cincm'fullcn n)ittJ)c 



To bear a thing in one's mind, ail CtttJtiiS gcbcncfcu. \\<X) 
fcctfcil eniincnt, tielletl ciimcDcilcE fcpH/ 'rt-o/r quelque chofe 
dtinsd^efprit , o\\ dar.s la ynemoire, s\n fouvinir. This 
book will not bear an other imprellion, man ffln btefc:5 
tudj nici)t t^^ic^cr auflcgcn, ce ncji pas un Hvre a r'impri- 
mer. To beaitoo hard upon one, mitcineni garjU ftrcH; 
%t »CCfaf)fCn/ traiter quclqiiun avec trcp derigueur. To 
bear one's lelf upon one's learning , fi<^ fcincr gclcbrfiim- 
\i\.t rat)men/ taniit praf)Un, fic^ banuif verla)Tcn,/tf^/o;7- 
^r de fa fcience , tirer vanite de fn fcavoir , s'ea faire 
accroire. To bear one's felt' as conful, (as a coniul,) fic^ 
fll3 eincn coniul auffuhrcn/ (Ucrbaltcn,) fe porter en con- 
ful. To bear one's felf well or ill , fid^ IDC^l Ot)cr ubcl 
cerbilltCtt/ {C[W\}vA)Xm,) fe comporter, fe porter bienou mal. 

To bear a good price, t^cucr pcrfiuiffctTOcrten/ utdgeltcn/ 

t^CUCr \iV)\\ I fe bien vendre. To bear little or no price, 

ttcniq ct;cr fait giir nic^te gdtcit/ gar njeiiig gelten,/? ivk- 

dre a v'.l prix, ou pre [que pour ricn. To bear a good 
^honeftniind, cin rc&li^ice/ ebrlic^c^/ auftic^tigcs gcmittb 
\)<A>t\\, avoir le fond ben. To bear one's age well, jun- 
ger au5fcl)cn oXi etncc ijl / m fcincn (x\Xi\\ tagcn njo^l au?* 
feb^n / porter bien f on age. To bear faith to one, ctttcm 
getrcu ^ztiWihre fidelk a que/qu'un. To bear a fair face, 
einfrcunblic^c^gefic^tegften/ fic^ freunbliif^ fldkn , abcr 

bintcr bcm bcrac ):)a\tcn, faire bcnne mine, faire bon vi- 
f<tge. He gives more than his ellute can bear, CV gicbt 

uber fcin uernicgcu/ mcl)r aU fcin ucrmogen julaiJcn rcill/ 

iJ donne plus que fon bien ne comporte. To bear on 

(upon,) fid) auf ctroa^ Ichncn, fePcn/ gtunbcn, won ctma^ 
gctragcit ci'ec untrtttitf^ct n?crbcn, poner, pofer, etre fou- 
tenu. To bear away , tiv^^M faccn iX<X%t\\, erbalten/ rem- 
ptrter; njegfcgcln, i>ie jiuc^t ncbmen, /»vk^>v cbajp:. To 



in t>cn bafoi Jsinein fcfciffcn, etre 

porte d'un vent frais dans le port. 

Beard, cin bact; fcificn m. \>vx hiVni^jXtA, bm-be. The 
beard of roots, J>ic fflf^lein on tCtiaurBdrt / les filets, o\i 
fibres des racines. 

* To beird one, cinc^ bart jttpffeit/ ibn mit fcincm bar- 

tC frottcn, cinen bcfc^impifen, braver quelqu'un, r affronter 
a fa barbi^. To beard wool, tic rwUC/ fo auf bcm balfe 

uut) I;auptc ciiic^ fc^aafce iil/»on ter ubri^cn woUe abfcf^nci* 

bCH/ couper la laitie, qui couvre le col isf la tete d'une bre- 
bis d:i refie de la toifvn. To beard a fhitf, cilKJl ifllj 
fc^ecrcn / tcndre une etoffe. 

Bearded, mit fcinem fcartegefc^Jm^ffct, brgve, i^c. (. To 

beard. 

Bearded, .^. barttg/ tai ctnctt bart ^at, barbu, qui a dt 
la barbe. A red-bearded fellow, cin ror^bflrt/Cinmcnfcfi., 
t>cr cinen rotbcn bart ^'Xt, umbarberoujfe, rmffe. A beard- 
ed anow, ein pfeil mit eincm n)iei>ert)aefea/ tmefUche bgr- 

belee. 
Beardlefs, unbortig/ o^nebort, bartio^,/««j barbe^ qui 

fCa point de barbe. 

Bearer, cin trdgeT/ hHt, ubcrbringeT/ \t\%a,porteur. The 
bearers of a tree, t)ie ^aacten cince bauaw^/ Us crochets 
d'un arbrc. ^^_ 

Bearing, &a^ tragett, Vaft:on de porter, iffc. f! To be^fll 
A woman pall bearing of children, cine fcau. tHC fcincfH!^ 
ter ntfbr fticc^t/ uncfemme, qui ne p«rte plus. There is 
no bearing of this, ticfCiJ ifl unertrdglic^ / c'eji une chofe 
infuppffrtable. * The bearing of a town, tie bcbc, tie 
lage cincr flabt / la hauteur d 'une ville par rapport a une 
autre. The bearing of a fea-coft, tic {age ciitc^ nte^r- 
ftrantc*/ gifement d'lme c6te. A bearing, m au^gcniahU 




one, HHt cinem gctalt baben, cinen ucrtragcn/lciten, cr- 
bulten, cuicm otel nacftjiebea unb gelintcfcmi, turcfiticnn* 



Beam, f. Bar* 
Beafcljf. Bezil. 



ger febcu / »tcl nac&laiTcn unt fiberfcbcn/ fupporter quel- \ ^;^^^^' ' 

qiiun, avoir de r indulgence, ou dela coinplaifance ponr Beafom, 



citl bcfCJT/ itn balai. 



5» 



B E A. 






un v'tlain ; the. A beaft for the fadJle , (in rctt-'Pfcrb/ 
ttne moniure. 

Bcaftlinefs, fclcunfldtigfeit/ fc^fltiblic^fcJt/ unrcinigFcit ; 
lie v»iel)tfu^e natur/ fauifd^e utiucrfc&dmtc avt/ vi/c?i/e, fak- 

le; bcfiialite, hrutiilite, i»tpU(/icite. 

Beaftly , ffluifc^^ mfik/ unflatig ; m^i(<f), unycrfc^iimt/ 

Itrtfl4tig/ vi/ain,fa/e, fa/ope ; Oejliiili brutal y hnpudique, 
ebfcene. 

Beat of a drum , m tTommcI-fcOlflg / t>a^ raffeltt ctnei* 

tronintcl/ /<? baterhy le fun il'iin tambour. 

To beat, tmai fcblagett, flopffcti/ fc^mcijTeit; jcrfiof- 
fctt/ ftvinipffcii/ im morfcltlofien/jcrmrtlmcit; fc^lageit/ ubcr-- 
wintcii/ obftegcii/ pblicgeo/ ubcrtrcffeti/ lu fcf^anteu mrtcf)eit/ 

(aTf\\tt\l(l(f)Cn/ battre, frapper; piler, broyer, cajj'er\ vain- 
cre, avoir I' av ant age fur, de^'aire. To beat flat, plat 
ft^lagcil/ ecacher, applatir. 1 beat him live fets together 
at picket, ic^ ^nbe i^m fanf fridc m piquet - finclc flbgc* 

roonneit/ je lul al gagne cinq panics de fuitc au piquet. 
To beat time, ten Xui %i\)i\\,battre la mefure. To beat 
.the hoof, \\\\\X^t ge^cn Ober I'cifcil/ battre la femelle. To 
beat one's brains with a thing, eillCrtl t)etl Fopff" nut Cttva^ 
tell niClC^CIt/ rompre la the a quelquun d'une chafe. To 
beat one's head (or brains) about a thing, ficf> 6ct1 fupf 
fiber itVi<Xi ietbrec^ett/ /^ tounyumter Vefprit pour une cha- 
fe. To beat in, Afl. ctroae ciiifc^lflgcU/ l)ii'.cintr(ibeii/ ^iii^ 

ein(!offcil / pouff'er dedans, fairs entrer de force , cr.f oncer. 
To beat hi, A/, cittfc^lagetl / CtttC5el)eny entrer avec force. 
To beat a thing into a man's head, eincmetttJa^einblttUett/ 

einfc^di-ffcn ; bet)bfiti(?cu/ in t)cn fopff briugeit / ^r^w/- ou 

inculquer une chofe dans Pefprit dequelqu'un; la lui f ai- 
re comprendre. To beat one black and blew, citien brautl 
unb bIflU fi^lageJI/ mem-trir quelqu'un. To beat the 

price, ctnen tiberbicten; biiigcti / auf etma^ WXm, enche- 

rir, ojfrir plus qu'un autre; marchander. To beat, hi. 
fc^rctKtl/ Wie m {)afe/ crier. To beat back, to beat off, 

i«ruct treibeii/ ot>ei: fc^jlageit, abtrcibeit/ abwenben/ rt>/)02(/'- 

fer,faireretirer,relancer,faire plier. To beat out, au^* 
fchlagen/ aU^bred)etl/ aHeff^mciiTett/ arracher , faire fortir 
a force de coups; nad)fuc^Ctl/ m<S) Cttua^ forfi^eil/ flU^^ftlti 
nett/ chercher. To beat one out of countenance, eitien 

toniundimt/ \\\ fd>a!i()cti mac^cn, eiiicii jmtitgcii/bnfr eral* 
k fittfamFcit Dcrliebret/ unD iiicOt m\%i wasS cr fageti foil/ 

faire perdre coittenance aquelqu'uuy le deconcerter, le con- 
fonilre. To beat a thing out of one's head, ctlteiit etTOrt^ 

9&i bent finne (fopffc) bringeti/ ll)n t>aDott abbringcii/ obra-- 

t'()eit/ difjiiader quelcun d''une chofe, la lui Gter de Tefprij. 

~;o bear one out of his opinion , eilteil »Otl fcincr met)' 

ttg bringett/ faire changer d'avis a quelcun. To beat 

one out of his reafon , emettt etttja^ falfcpe^ eitifd>iiniRcn, 

l>erci)erJ/ tia§ er Unrec^t \)O.U,fnire accroire a quelcun qu' 11 
a tort. To beat up the enemy's quarters. Den fciilt) in 

.^incm lager alarnuvcn/atigrciffcn/ anfallen/ mettj-e /'alarme 

Jans les quartiers des ennemis, les attaquer, les enltver. 

I o beat down, ^eruHtec fc^lagcH/ ntcbcrfd)Iagctt/ ju boben 
werffeit/ nicbcrveiffetT/ \\\ grunJ) werttlgciiy abbatre, renver- 

fer, demolir, defruire. To beat down the feams,bieiiaa' 
ten glUtt btcgeltt/ rabattre les coutures. To beat up and 

down, n?cc^fcl!t/nnrb uon etiicm flucf iwill) gefigt, ija^ gefTo- 
l^ctt/ yxn'b en&lic^ nic^t \od%, too ed btnauofoU/ halancer,cn 
termes dc chalTe. * 1 have hereby beaten through all 
the rough ways of this journey, icfj ^rtbc Dlirc^ t>iefeiJmit' 

tcl alle raulje njcgecben gcmac^t/j'ay appiani ce qu'ily avoit 

de rude if de raboteau dans cettecarriere. To beat one's 
head againi\ the wall, fcitieil fopjf t»it)ec tiic maitb fi^lit; 



BEA. BEC. 
gett/ donner de la tete contre la muraille. To beat to 

powder, pulueriftrcn/ ju pulocr flpffen obct itiac^en/ yf^«/- 

re en pfiudre. 

Beaten, gefdjlogcn; jcrffolfeti/ k. ^rf/«; ^///, (&-<:. f. 

To beat. A beaten way, cin igelmt'ntcr tBeg, un chemin 
batu. An old beaten foldier, eiti alter biird/tricbcncvfol-' 

bat I un vieu.x foldat. An old beaten argument , cift 

alte(5 argument/ fo offt fd^on reibcrleiict n^orben, »« argu- 
ment, qui a fouvent ite rebatu. Weather - heathen, f. 
Weather. 

Beater, ein fd)la'gcr/ bcr ba fd^la'gt, k. bateur, (Isfc. f.To 
beat; ter fioffcl; )Tampjf-|c{)lflgcl eincs pfI(i|Wct;cr^/ ot>cr 
\i)\\^ eiti fiotTcl/ bamit man im\ij\mt ober glcidjiioldget/ 
^/V, rabot. A printer's beaters, cilie^ budjbtUcEer:? bftUcn, 
bales d 'imprimeur. 

Bean'tical, beatifick, feligmac^cnb/ wa^ tie feligcn U- 

trifft/ be at :f que, qui cor.cernc les bicn heureux. 
Beatirication, Cie fcligmadjung/ beatification. 

To beatify, eincit f;Iig mae^eu/ glucffcU'g mac^ert/ infcie * 
ja^l ber fdigen auftiebmcu/ beatijier. 

Beatified, feltg gcntad^t/ JC. beatific. 
Beatmg, bas fc^lageu^ batement ^ ration de battre, i^fc 
V. To beat. 

Beatitude, b\t fdtg!ctt/ glucffeligfeit/ beatitude. 

Beau, ein au'lgcpuijtcr jungling, eiriet berfic^ alliufc^ir 
pujjt uiib fc^mucEt/ eiii jlui^er, ein galantcr ferl/ A^w/ ^<7r- 

^o«, damerct, damoifeau, godelureau. 

Beaver, d\\ hkhtXi biev7-c ; (in cafior^Wt chapeau fait du 
poil de cet animal, que nous appellons cajhr. f Ci\xd) Bever. 

Beauish, adj. fdjon \mt) jterlid) anget^ati/ pimpant. 

Beauteous, beautiful, \<i)mt, l)Uofd)/ lVCf;lgc(ialt/ beauy 
bel, belle, bienfait. 

Beautifully, Adv. jicrlid)/ liebltd)/ fc^on, auf etnc MW 

ne'^nte OXt, agriableincnt, avec agrement. 

Beautifulnefs, bit fd;6ul)elt/ f^onc gciialt/ beaute. 

To beautify, etwaii jicrcn/ aueiiieren/ puJfcti/ fdjonc ma* 

C^eU/ embellir, orner, fader. ^ 

Beaiitify'd, gcjt'erct/ gcpufit/ embelli, orKe,farde. 
Beautifying, bit jierbC/^aa pu^CU/ Je. embcUiffementy 

raflion d'efnbellir, &c. 

Beauty , bic fc^on^ctt / fd)hK , Itcblic^C/ angencftme gc# 
jlalt; (in fc^one^ fMweiuimmer/ /^<'rf///t'. Beaut^'-warer, 
tin roafler / fb bte bamcn gcbraud)cn / i()rc fd)onbctt |u cr^ 

ijaltcn / ?<?« dontfe fervent les dames pour covferver leur 
beaute. 

Beavy, f Bevy- • 

Beazar, f. Bezoar. 

To bccihn, ctTOa^ jtillc mac^cU/ jitUdt/ bcgutigcn/ b<# 
fdnfffigen,f/7/;«fr; einc tuinb-'flillc ueturfac^cn / mettrei 

rabri du vent. 

Bccilmed, gefliUt/ befa'nfftiget; in eitte }piiii)-|lille 9<* 

ratbcU/ gefflllcn/ calwe ; faifl d'une grandc bonace. 

Becalming, tie bcfdnfftigung, bus ftiUcn/ K. I'a^ion de 
calmer; tiffc. f. To becalm. 

Becanc ift bM impcrf. ooir to become. 

Becaufe, mi\, bicroeil / />/7?r f que, a caufe. Becaufe I 
have a mind to it, bieweil id) \\v^ barju \^(x\>t , njcil c^ mir 

gcfdllt/ parce qu'ilme plait. Bccaui'e of,<ipn recgcU/ HJC^ 

gcti/ fl f««/f rtV. Becaufe of you, curcnt^fllbcny um eus 

rent ttJilleU/ a caufe de vous, a vttre conf deration. Becau- 
fe new opinions should not grow amongft them, batuit/ 
auf ba^ hine nenc mcpnnngen untcr ibnen cnt^c\)tn mod)- 
teil/ afn qu'il ne s'itablii point parmi eux de nouvclles opi- 
nions. 

Becca- 



EEC. BED. 
Bcccafi'go , eine fc^ncpff«/ fcigen-fc^ncpife/ mtti'^M^h 

beefigue. 

Beck, ctn wine!, ober sciv^cn mit ber hanb, cber mit 
t>eni It'iftiJtgii^fJ'g"^ ^^ l^ main, ou de la the. To be 
at ont;'s beclT, tion ciitcm dependicen/ cnicni uiitertrorifen 
fcpn- ii!ib allca t^un tnuffcn, iras, unb fo balb cr ee aucf^ 

nur i^atcn ttiil/ dependre de qu(;/quun,etre t) fa difpq/ition, 
etre fait au hola. He keeps him at his bcclc, cr JttJtligct 

i^n, bap cf t^uu nni§/ wiw cr ^aben m\\, er regierct i^n, // 

in {nh ce qu'ii veut. 

BeckjD. an ^it Rebecca. 

To becken, mit bcr batib ober mit bent Fcpffc wittden/ 

nictctt/ falre Jigne de la malnt ou dc la the. 

Beckened to, bcm cincr gCTOincft f)at/ a qui I'on a fait 
Jigne. 

Beckfoing, ba^ nicfett Cbcr roincf cn y I'afiion de fane 
Jigne. 

To becdane, V. N njerbctt/ devenif. To become, 
r. -<^. aejicmen, antte^cu/ wo^anrtifiibig fcijn/ gar rc(^tfcpn/ 

tf/A-r /'.'Vk, convenir, ctre prcpje. Every thing becomes 

hanJIbm people, flUc4 iTcljct bcnm n?i>{}l an, fo n)ct)l9cftait 

finb / tout Jied bien aux perfonnes bien faites. Do what 
becomes a man of honour, er t^ue X^\X , XSXXi citlCltt cljr- 
lirf)cij unb rccf)tfi^affciien matm ju t^uti ^i\>\xhxtt, faites ce 
qui ejl digne d'un bcmme d'hmneur. It docs not beco- 
me a man of your profellion, e^ gcjicttict Ctncni/ bcr in CU- 
rem fianbe (Obcr amtc) IcbCt nic^t/ // n'ejl pas bienfeant a 
vn bamme de voire pofeff.on. It does not become you 
to fpeak fo, c^ gc'jicmet euc^ ni^t olfo jU reben/ cs jie^et 
cud) fc^r ubcl <x\\, bog t^r auf eine foldjc ntanier rebet, wax 

/n'fi mairoaife grace de parler dfi la forte. What will 

become of him? rcie ititb es mit '\%Xi\ R?erbcn? rece rcirb 
f^ i^m ge^en? wo wirb er binfommcn? que devier.dra- 
t-in 

Become, reorbcn / devenu. What's become of your 
brother? n?i> {%. eucr bruber ^ingefommeii ? qu eft devenu 

v6tre frere. 

Becoming, S. \iai nJCtbett/ Vafiion de'dever.ir. 

Becoming, A. gejIeiTtenb/ tto^lflnftanbig/ gcbu^renb/ //- 

«i>t, bien-feant, convenable, qui va bien. 

Becdmingncfs, ber nJCl)l^anb/ Vit iierlic^feit/ bienfeancet 
bonne grace. 

Becdm'n, \. Become. 

Becon, &:c. f. Beacon , &c. 

Bed, brt^ UtU\ ^ai lager, auf »efcf)cm ciueeanone in 
btr kijete liegt; ba? bdi^letn einec \M\ti burtnn cin ie^ 
bcj fornleirt licet; cut belt, garten-'bcet; etn f><iuffcii junge 
fc^langcu bc9 einanber ; ber untere mublUcin / lit '-, fiafque -, 

Kicbe de goujfe ; carreau , plane he ; maffe de jeunes fer- 
pens; giffant de la meule. Pallet-bed, ein \>tiX cinettfran- 
efenjU KCaxXVX, lit de veille. Bed-tick, bed-tickins, tic 

Icirireanb ober ber barcfecnt ju einem fcber-bettC/ taie." To 
go to bed, f!(^ ;u bcttc IcgcH; }u bcitc, in iAi bettc geften, 

alley, on ft ?nettre au lit. P. He that goes to bed thlr- 

fty, riles healthy, n>cr fic^ burftig fcf)lafen leget/ ftebct gc-- 

funb mb frifch niicbcr auf, qui fe coucbe ayantfoif, s'en 
forte micux le lendemain. P. Early to go to bed , and 
early to riie, maJces a man healthy, wealthy, and wife, 
Scitig |u leite/ unb fr% rcicber ouf, tjerfc^afft gefunb^- 
^Cir,. rcic^fOliai unb Wct^^eit. fe couckant de bonne heu- 
re, i^fe hvant ds bon matin y on fait ur. trefor defar.te, 
de bicKs, & defagejp. To be brought to bed, cine^fin^ 
bci gencfcn, nicbcrfcmmen, km \)\i rectben femmert/ accou- 
iber. One that k brought to bed , eine f inbbcttcrln/ 



BED 



« 



I fcc^^ittJO^ncritty ur.e accouchee, une femme en coucbe. Fe- 
ather-bed, tin febcr-'bctt/ lit de plume. Strawbed, eftt 
fiTet);bctt//'«//A(^- Down-bed, tm pffaum-febcr^bett/ 
lit de duvet. Hock - bed , tin flocf cn^bctt .• lit ds bourre. 
A pallet-bed , cin ttJCchC'bctt/ tin lit de veille. A trund- 
le- (truckle-) bed, cin rcU-bctt/ TOclc^cs man untct cin an- 
ber^ rollen fan, roulette. A fettle-bed, cin beitC/ iai man 
sufummcn legen / unb tts tagc3 ubcr an fiatt cincr bancf 

gebrauc^cn fan, lit qui feferme, & qui fert de banc le 
jcnir. A prefs-bed, cin bctte, fo Viit Ctn fleiber^fdjrancf 
gcma($t i\i, un lit en forme de garderobe. An angel-bed, 
cin tn^tXMiX, un lit d'ar.ge. A table-bed, ein bctt, fo 

man bea tage^ ubcr an flatt cincs tif^^ce ccbraucften fattf 
lit, qui fert de table le jour. A canopy-bed, ein bctt mit 
oor^ngen, ttie ein gejelt , un pavilion. Bed-ftead, ein 

bcttlabCrt/ bois de lit. Bed-fide , bic fcite bC0 bcttce, le c6- 
te, la riielle du tit. The beds-head, ber obcrc t^cil bc^ 
\)tViiii le chevet. The beds-feet, ber untcrc ti)cil bc^ bCt* 
tt^i lespiez du lit. The bed-pofts, \>it bett^fculcrt/ les co- 
lonnes du lit. Bed-curtain, bcrucr^ang cinc6 bcttC^/»*/- 
deau de lit. Bed-rid, bcttldgcrig, alite. The bed-clo- 
thes, bic bett'becfen/ les couvertures. A bed-chamber, 

cine bett'fammcr/ cine fd)lafffammer/ cbambre ou ilyaun 

lit. A gentleman of the King's bed-chamber, ein fonig* 
lic^cr famnter''bicncr/ft'M///-Zwm(? de la cbambre du Roy. 
Bed-time, tiit\tit, H man f!c6 \\x bctte Icgct obcr Icgeti 
fell/ terns de smaller coucher. Bed-fellow , ein bcttigcfclle/, 
obcr fdjlaf-gcfeUc/ ber Qii{) beij einem ii)\Mt , compagnon 

de lity ccucbeur, coucbcufe. Hed-maker, icHianb fo ba^ 
bctte macf)t; qui fait le lit. The r:ding-bed of a coach, 
tai fal)rbette einer fUtfC^Cy la voye d'un carrojfe. 

To bed with one , frc^ mit icmanb ju ^txii IcgeU/ ««- 
cber avec quelcun. Have they bedded together ? babcu 
fie (bcr brdutigam unb \A.t braut) jufammcn gefc^lafen? 
ont-ils coucbe enfemble^ 

Tobedaggle, (fcirt flctb) bcfubcltt/ fot^ic^t macf^Ot/ bUTC^ 
ben !cth fd)lcppcn/ crater, remplir de bou'e. 

Bedaggled, bcfubcit , K. crote. 

To bedash, &c. f. To dash, &c. 

To bedawb, &c. f. To dawb , && 

Bedded, f To bed. 

Bedding, f. Bed-clothes, untcr Bed. 

Bedder, bedetter,bcr untcre mublficin irt emeto^lmii^' 

U, le gifant de la mule d'un mculin ci huile. 

* Bedeaded with sleepA'on ctncm tlcffcu fc^laf ubcrfalletr/ 

accabledcfommeil. 

Bederepe ou bidrepe,5: fron^of-bicnji iw bcr cmbte / cor- 
vee, que le vajfaldoit afonfeigr^ur dans la moijfon. 

Bederol, bedesman, f. Bead. 

"To bedew, ctttjad mit tJ)aund(fett/ anfeuc^tett/ cowurirde 

rofee, mouiller, arrofer. 

Bedewed, bctf)ouet,angefcu(^tct/na§gcma(^t/ cowen'dc 

rofee, mouiller, arrofer. 

Bedlam, cin ^cfpital fur tolfc leutC; l' bSpital des fous. 
Obf. man fagt bedlam Dcrbcrbter tecife an jtatt Betklan. On 

dit bedlam/itf?' corruption de Bethlem. 

A bedlam, a bedlamite, cin toner noTT/ einunfinniger/ ras 

fcnbcr f crl,, unfou, un inferfe, un ecervele. Bedlamlike, t%hi 

ricfttcr/ rafcnbcrTOcifC/ttJie em toiler warr i toU, tafcub/ enfm, 

en infcnfe ; inferfe. 
Bedlem,f. Bedlam. 
Bed-rid, f. Bed. 
Bed-roll, i". Bead. 
•j- Bedrawied, bedrabled, f Drivelled. 

G ; To 



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BED. BEF, 



Tobedung, (etwaa mit f off^/ n#/ utiflat^/ brccf {icfubcltt/ 

falif-ckfiente. 

To beduft, ctn>a«3 flaubic^t mac^en; * cinem t»cn Inicfcl 
fegcii/ i^ti abfcf^mtvtcn / abpvu^chi/ convrir de ^aufficre \ 

* epou(Jete>\ roJJW. 

Bee, boney-bee, cinc btCJie/ abeille, niouche a m'lel. 
Tobeusbufieasabee, aUscitgefcf)<ltti3 fcpti xnk clue bietlC/ 
^fre toujours en adJion, ou ^«»j I' occupation. Humbie- 

bee, citicsroffcbicnc/ cine pummel /kame//or/<?^t'^ro/7^ 

ahellle, bourdon. Gad-bee, ctttC kciItfC/ ttJCfpC/ ^'?'"') ^on. 
Bee-hive, ciu btc«ejt--fi«>cf /immeil-fcrb / rwc^e d' abellks. 
Bee-glevv, f. Hivedrofs. 
To bee,]: To be. 

Beech, etn buc^'brtuttt / cine ^ag-cic^c ; buc^cn^olft > W^- 
baumen4ol<5 , f)ol«5Don citicm Inic^^bnum / hetre, foHteau; 

%ois de hetre. 

Beechen, «-;/;• bucf}cnr ttia^i'on bucfjen^otfi gcmarfjt ifl, </i? 

^^f >v , de fouteau , j^/V rt'e bois de cet arbre. 

Beef, cin 0(^53/ ritlB ; Vlltb-jTclfc^ / «« ^arw/; beuf^ chair 
de beuf. 

Beef-eater, cittcf, bet gem rinb'fleifcf) iffct ; tmx ww t)cc f o? 

m'i\\ii)ir\h\h''0,(XX'^Zima7tgeurdebcetif. 

Been, genjefcil/ fV6'. I have been, ic^ blft gitDcfcrt / j^ai etc. 
I had been, Jc^ njgj; (rooi'O getDefeit/jVav/j {jeuJJ'e^j aurois) 
ete. f. To be. 

Beer, ba^ bier / b'lere. Beer (&* ale, f. Ale. Beer, elite 
tobtcn-'brtar/ bnrauf man btc tobtett tragt/ #f<^^ d« brancar 

dc bois pour porter un mort. 
Beefom , v Beafom. 
Beeft, f.Beeftings. 
Beeftings, breftingsi btC CrflC trubc WX'^ fettC \x(\\$) , fo 

tttc fraucii unb roeiblciti nac^ ber geburt t)aben / le premier 

iait, qui fort de lafem^lle apres la naijfunce de Jon fruity 
bcton. 

Beet,mangolb/ Siomifc^ UU,poiree, ponce, bete blan- 
che. The red beet, maiigolb/ rott)e (ubctt / la beteravsy 
bhe rouge. 

Beetle , Cttt TOafcfj-blifuel i an batoir de blanchiffeufe. A 
paving-beetle, cin jlojfcl obcj: fc^lagcl ciitc^ pf[a|icr^'feficr^^/ 
wi marteau depitveur , une hie. Beetle , cin f dfcr / fotj ' f fl- 
fetf efcarbot, cerf volant. As blind as a beetle , jiocf bltnb/ 
bc^ geficf)t^ber(lUbt toutafaitaveusrle, qui ne voit goutc. 

Beetle-headed , tolpifc^/ buiiim / uitDcrjidtibig, tmgcfcf)icft/ 

dntU^d/lourdaut, malotru. Bectle-brow'd, bcffctt augctl' 
ln:ouiteiu«f«nimcn ftef)en; ber murri|c^ flu^fte^et, bic fiiriic 

tUttRdt/ etn faurc^ gcfiC^te mac^t/ qui a les fourd Is joints ; 
qui a le vifage chagrin, refrogne. 

To befall, cincm begcgnert/ roicbevffl^rcn/ arriver, avenir, 
furvenir. 

Befallen, befiln, bcgegilCt/ Wicbcrfa^rett/ arrive, avenu, 
furvenu. /* 

Befell, iflbflilmperf. vontobefalL 

To befit, f. To fit. 

Befitting, f. Fitting. 

Bcfoamed, mtt f^auttt JjerUltmntgct/ U^\xMt,couver( 
d ' ^urne. 

To befool, &c. f. To fool. - 

Before, vot; el)e; ooran, writcn ; juwr / wi'^ct ; »or* 
ntQ^*/ ooc bicfem; m;{)r flU ; t»iclmct)c al^/ licbet oXif 

nie^r al)5/ Cl)cr (iB/ avant; avaiitqus ; devant ; aupara- 
vant ; autrefois ; plusque i plfitSt que. Before the face 

ofthe whole town, offciitUc^ »or bct gnni-cn ftabt- tor ciU 

len leutcn in bcr jiabt / << la face de toute la villc. To pre- 
fer one thing before an other , eui \i\M beiu rttlbcni VPr- 



BEF. BEG. 

'jtC^ert / preferer une chofe a une autre. How long wil it 
bebefore you come back? V6X\\\\, in ttJrtd fur JC't/ (in tVtC 

old tagcn) recrbct i^r njlebcr lomincii ? dam cowbiai de 

terns Jerez vous de rctour? It will not be lon^ before he 
goes into Flanders, cr ttjlrb gcfc^tciubc (balbf nacf; ^\an: 

hem UXXCi\m/i Is' en ira bien tot enjiandrcs. To get be- 
fore one, cinem Durf omiuen / ubcrlegeii ^tx^ni tt>n ubertrcfi 

-fen / devancer quelqu'un. Before-hand , UOfrtU^ ,- VOr'pcr/ 
par avance, d' avance. To be before -hand wirh 
one, eltJCm Oerfommcn/ Ubcrlcgcil \i^\\, prevenir quel- 
qu'un. To be before -hand in the world, \z\\\ %\\iii 

auefommcit ^abcti , ben gutcu xmtdw fct)ii , n)of)i f!:l)ert, 

etrea fonaife,-ctre en belle paff'e. He has the world be- 
fore hmi, ec U%imt fic^ In bcr njdtf)cruor \\\ i\)m\, ec 
nimmt eine naljrung WX , H commence d'entnr dans le 
monde. 

To befriend one , clucm dttc frcniibfd)aft lit ctwai 
t\)\\\v, einem clneii gefalien t\)m\ obcr cmelfat/ clue gunti 
txm}\m, fluffelucr fdtc (le^cn, dnem bdjulfilc^ fepii/ fa- 

vorifer quelqu'un, le trait er en ami, hi f aire un tour d' ami, 
luietre favorable , luifaire unplaifir. To befriend ones 

felf, fluf fdnen dgnen nu^cn fcbctt/ fdncntiu^cn in ad)t 

ne^mert/ fdnen l»0i:tl)dlfud;eu//6'»jfr */<?;> avantage, etre 
attache a Jon propre inter efi. 

Befriended, mix, bcttt nifltt im freunbfd^aft X)Vjt gunjl €i*> 

roicfen, traite en ami,favvrije. 

To beg, ctrea^ bcttdn ; 'bcttdn gcficn , aKmofcn fuc^cn; 
yorbcnf)dufcfn bettchi/ role bie munc^c ; bcmutbtglid) / in* 

jtdnbig iUX bd'tIS Wnt CtWS^ \i\XUW , atttjaltcn / mendiev ; 
gueujer', queter., allcr a la quete; pricr, Jupplier, danan^ 
dcr axiec Joumijpon , ou avec injlance. To beg for a thing, 
Um eiX^^i bcttdn / bitten / anl)flltcn , mendier quelqv,e chofe. 

Let me begit of you , etlaubct mil'/ brt^ Id) cuef) baruiu 
anfpt*cd)e/tt)utmii; bicfcn 5cfa ll en //o/Cj^ir^. que je vous de- 

mandecela , accordez. cela a mes prieres. To begone for a 
fool, bet) bcm ^^Onig um hit adminiftration bci* giitCl' c|j 

ne^/ bcr nic^tben rcc^tem »crit::!tbc \^,mM^im,demandcr 

au Roi I ' adminijlratiun du bien d ' un lunatique. To beg 

the queftion, cinc fachCy Hww bIc frage ift/ fur ganfi ge? 
roif fcBCn/ WCktCiJ man petere principium \)t\^ii,Jupi>oJer ce 
qui ejl en quejllon. 

Began, (anftClig) ift iCl^ Imperfeftum yon to begui. Sin- 
ce the world began , »PII anbegin bev n>dt/ depuis la creati'jn 
du mondc. 

Begat ijl \i<x^ imperfeftum uon to beget. 

To beget, etroa^ icugcii/ gchflf)rcn; dwa^ ^erjjorbringctt/ 

ttCrurfac^Cn/ en^endrer ; produire. 

Begetter, bcr icugctobcrgcjcuget ^flt/ celui quiengendre. 

Begetting, trti? icugcH/ )c. b6ruorbringung/ir<?"f^''^^'''«»/'^''- 

duflio7t,r attiond engendre7;iffc.f^Tobc'^et. 

Beggar, cin bCttlCl'/ dn armcr ninnH/ un mcndiant, unpaU' 

vrc. Beggar-woman, dtic bcttcl frau, clii armcfrau.wwt^/w^w- 

diante, unep.iuvre. Keggar's-bush, (in famtHci'l^laR bft bct- 
tcUcutC/ le rendezvous dcsgueu.x. 

p. Iknowhimas well, asa beggar knows, his dish, left 

fcnncit)n am bcm grnnbc/ m\ langcr jcit l)>'f/>' ^^ connois 

parfaitcmau bien,)? le cwnois de longue main. 

p. Beggars breed, and rich men feed.bic bcttcl ' Icutc JCU; 

gen bic f inber.uiib bic rclc^en crnd{)rcn fie / lesgucux foiu la 

tnfans , if les riches les intri.tiennent. 

p. Beggars muft nr)t be chufcrs , C^ (Ic^Ct f cltlcm bcttlcr 
5U/ an?^5ufiicj)cn/ rocr cntlebncn umU unb borjcn/ nutf: um-i 
<lueifuc^cnn!C()tfcv.)Cn/ cc ncjlpas mix gueux a choijir ,ite 
choijitpas qui empruntc. 



• BEG. 

p. Setabeggaronhorfc-back, and he wiii gallop or ri- 
de to the dcvUrcsiinii-tr: unauaslic^cr^ in bcr rcclt/ nl^ 
tin fd;)lccf.t;r nicnfih , fo in ruf ?cr \tit \\[ ::mi c.fiMitmcii i^, 

il n'y a y}^: lie plus fur qu-.oir-jeux revet ■!, ixid^v^u ricbe. 

To beggar, oincn arm mac!?cu/ an t>ci!ktrci.-^ab btiiigca, 

app^uvrh; ren^re pauvre, reduire a la imndJcite. 

Beggared, arm %t\\mi)t, jum kttlcraemflcJ^t/ :c. rendu 
fautn-e, appauvre. 

Beggarlinefs,t)icbcttdet»; atmut^y '!iV.^\ii%hit , gueuferie, 
fauvycleymiKilichc. 

Becgarly, ^. bcttclbaftta, blutartU/ armftlta, burfftiS/ 

gucux^pauvrt, mipr.ik'e, chet'if. Beggarly doings, fc^lcc^* 
tc, ocriit.iC/ unanftaKtiac thatcit / ^/f-c 'bajjljlcs. a beggarly 
thing, dm bcttcUt)/ fine fc^lec^te uaj) gci-t'nac \^^l, ur.e 
gueufe-rie. Beggarly clothes , 0\Xi\ilX\^i.\\t lumpfil/ cin alt/ 
flt)gctragcnflci{>,</(?J/^«'V/</??.s"> des guenllles ^ un viyux habits 
unbiiblt fripe. 

Beggarly^ ^//v. arittfelic?/ Bfttcl&aftig / t»ie cinarmct: ktt- 

let; pauvrettunt, miffyalfltrment, engueux. 

Big^iry, tic armsirf;,. buti'rri^feit/ tcttclctj, fca^ cUnt> / pau- 

vret^, riuKdicitL't Indigene 2, dijttte. 

Begged, <;cbcttclt/ sebctcn, i(.prie,fupplie, &i: 

Begger, f. Beggar. 

Begging, S Difs bcttcitt / l' afliojs de gueufer, ifc. f.To 
beg. To go a begging, bcttclll ncfifn, bCttcUl/ UOr ^CII hdiifcm 
bcttclll/ /jller meudiaKt, jnendier, aller i la quete. That co- 
py goes a begging , niemanb bcfrimmert ficl) um bicfc copctj/ 

Begging, ./4. bcttcltlt/ »J«J^/V/?;/. The begging-friers, Mc 
bcttclMUCllC^e/ lesrelig'ieux mer.diants^ les mendiants. 
Beggingly, b«ttclr.&C, TOtC Cttl bettlCT/ enmendiant. 
To begin , ctwas ailfrtlli^cn / commencer, dekutcr. You 

muft begin with that, ibr muffctoon ticfciuaiifanaai/ tm 

aufatlg i:tac^CH, // vous ftiut cotmnenccr par la. To begin 

one's march, fcinc reifc DorncJymcn / f:c& auf tec rcifc bc^ 
gcbctl/ fcitic Xix\t mtXttiW , fe mettre en marcbe. To 
begin a picture , etn bilb ClltrocrtfCrt / ebaucher un ta- 
bleau. To begin the world , m fcr ttjclt flC^ l)Crt>cr 
thuti / fiit) t)dui'ric^ mcterlafi'cit / eiiic nahnir.g vornc^mcn, 

tnu-er duns k monde y s' etablir ^ fe mettre en quelque pajje 
pourvivre. To begin houfe-keepina, cine ^JUfbaltUiig 
(infrttiacn / lever menage. To begin ai'resh , (again) et- 

iDa^rote&er <i\\\i ncuc anfongcn/ uortKl)raen/ recommcnce-r, 

reprer.dre,rer.ouveller. To begin, KN.firf) attfaitgcn / fej; 

nenflnfa5?gci>crurfprun3nef)mcu/cntjic!;«:ny na'nrey iti-e en- 

gendre, j' elever. 

Beginner, cittanf4iigcr/ \xv%cUt, ctcr aui^ cjn crfin&cr, 

fliftct iiwii tinged , «» commenqant , t-f /a/ ^a/ commence ; 
Gu biea , /' ir.venteur , I ' ct'/f ar ^/^ quelque cbofe. A new 
beginner, tin U^tling/ lel)r'jungc, nCUUng, «» ncvice, un 
appi-enti. 

Beginning, bcr oiifana/ anbcditi, cingang; bcr urfprung, 

commencement. That's it which gave beginning to tJie 

proverb, ta^ ijl i)cc urff rung be-.? |prk')n)ms^ b^cr tit Ui 

n;ruj/lUOrtgcfpmmcn/r>/? ce quia dor.nelieu auproverbe, 
c eftdela qu'eji venule prox'srce. 

Bcgle, f. Beagle. 

Bcg'^Jr, ■ifbobCCny gcjeugct/ engendri i C3 ill aucf) Hi imper- 

fcd-n'ccmverboro%f/,(ic{>jeugtc/ic^9eb.5{!r.) fVy?</»/- 

yi le i ; eUr.'t du verbe to beget. 

Begotten, gcjcugct/ gebot>rcn/ er.gindri. God's only 
begotten Ion, bcr t\x\KU%X\\t fo{)n ©cttc^, /<f //f a;;/^»^ 
de Dieu. The £rft - begotten , bfr ctft -- gcbc'c rna . /^ <)rf - 
v>:er ne. 



BEG. BEH. • 55 

* To begr^afe, ctivasj bcfujmicrctt/ fc^ratcrctt / ^>*j/^r, 

frotm- degraiffcy f. To greaie. • 

* Begrealcd,bC|'vV- • - --^ -- •* ••.graip. 

* To begrime, cr . ; ma^cn, mit jujt 
fc^tvarfitttad^CH/rU^yi :ii.iuKti/ r.uti\i/ ., uarbouiller avec di 
Idfuye. 

* Begrimed, fitstsarficberrugtgt ccmad^t/ mit tuft i5ber* 

f^niterct/ noirci., barbouille avec de lafuje. 

To beguile, ciHCiibctricgen; {)intt;rgc^en, fiitrtcrbasltc^t 
fu^rcH/ liiit WOrtcn Offeil/ tromper, decevoir, furpraid}<fy 
fourber. 

Beguiled, bctrogett/ JC. trompi, &c. 

Beguiler, etn bctltcgcr, trompeur. 

Ecgullmg, biTl)ctrug,t'ii; bctriigcrcv,ba^ bctricgctt/iC. trom- 

perie,fourbe, I ' aclion de tromper, &c. \. To beguile. 

Beguines, cirtC gcmiffc axt bcr noitncn, b^gulnes. 

Begun, a lige fang CIl/ commence; C5 i^ auit) 'i!<ii imperfe£him 
worn verbo ?o if5f^/», CtC^bcgotin/ ich ficng « tl/) <:'^ f?;i-cw<? le 
preterit du verbe, to begin. 

Behalf, ^albCH/ nJCgcn, njiUcn/ pour, enfaveur de,ala con- 
Jideratlon,auno}iiydelapart. Inmy behak, um mcitlCf wiU 
UxXi mil \\\ gcfallClly en mafuveurypour mo:. On his behalf, 
feinet{)albctt/ de fa part. 

To behave ones felf, fic^ »cr^altCR/autfu^t«n / fe compor- 
ta;fe cot: du ire. 

Behaved, e-.j-. well-behaved , fltttg, bcr autc fittCU an ficfi 
^ttt/ fit^rcct^laotfu^rct/ debonr.es moeurs. lU-behavcd, bCC 
bofc yiiXZW. an fid> ^O^Xi de mauvaifes moeurs. 

Behaviour , bic auffiibrung / "^oA »cr^altcn ; ^Oii 

gcbcrbcn / ccnduite , maniere de vivrs ; gefie , cor.ts- 
I nance. To be bound to one's good behaviour, to 
' be upon one' s behaviotn , t'crbuilbcn fci)n / Cbcr fid) 
I i'Cipf{id}tct babcn, nicaianb fcin Icib an5uti)un/ obcr fid) 
; nschlgegetibicfcnobcr icnen ju I'crJjaUcn/ etre oblige de te- 

j nirune conduitereguliere y avoir les mains liees pournepO' 
intfairedemal. * Bound to his good behaviour, Dcrbun- 
ben iu ^aufc ju blcibcn; njcgen ciiiet handhcit,qui ejl oblige de 
demeurt}- chczfoipar quelque indifpojition. 

To behead , cincn fcpffen/ cincn vaX%'X\X^XiVi,t-,-ancbiry ou 
couper la the, decapitei; dec oiler. 
\ Beheaded, gcFopfft/ Ctltbauptet, decapite, i^c. 
I Beheading, biecntRauptung ; "i^xi, cntbauptett/ k. decolla- 
j tlonyl' aSiionde trancber la teteyiffc. \. To behead. 
[ Beheld, bcfcftauct, bctrac^tct/ JC. regardcy contemple, (i'c. 
■ (.tobebold: es iftau^^baelmperfeftumbcs Verbifo behold, 
cefi encore le preterit du Vabe to behold. 
Behefts,f Hefts. 
Behind, bintcr ; I)tntcrn3crf5 / Don ^tntcn ^er, J^iiitcir, 

jurucf/ Winter flcf)/ derrie7e; par derriae. To ride be- 
hind one, ^^tntcr Ctnem auf bcm pfcrbc fmcn/ jreitcji. wc'»- 
ter en aoupe , ou en troujje derriere un autre. He left a 

rtink behind him , cr ''^nt mtw geftancf l)intcr \\6^ gclaffen/ 

Da cr a»eg gicng/ Ha laljp une puanteur en partant. I will 
take him up behind me, ic^ will i^n fluf nicincu buc!cl 
ncbnic.'t/ je le prendrai fur man dos. Is there any thing 
yet behind ? jjt ncd) ciroaeubrig? ijifonri ncd^ ctwa^ tip 
lUcWi refie t-il encore quelque cbofe ? To be behind in 

arrears, cincn tcfi fd)ulbig Wxl^tn , l)intcrfieUifle fcOulbcn 

(jU bcia{)lcn) fjabcn, etre enarreragCy devoir encore quelque 
cbofe. ^ There's fo much behind, fj> ciel tft ncd? |U bcjao- 
Icn, il refietantapaye-.-XoM are fo much behind, fivr 
fcpb ncc^ fo m'cl fc^ulbig , vous devez, tant de refie. To roil 
at one behind one's back , citicm \\\ fcincr atacfcn^cit 

wbf I. iia?^rcb?n / lajicrn/ ft^aubcn/ fc^mal^ai, midire de 

qiul- 



56 



BE PI. BE I. 



quelquun en fo» abfence. To be behindhand in the 1 
world, itt u&lcm ober fc^lcc^tem iujtanbc icv)\\, fd^lccl^ten 
fovtgattq in fctncr naf)rung \)ahm i fitiul&ig fepn ^ etre en 

maitvaifepaljc, etre mal dans [cs ajf aires. 1 shall not be 
behind-hand with him in civility, id) bill tlticf) fo '^Offiti^ 

emciferi/ aI^ cr immcr t^un wirb/ cc foUimd) jit \)9^M)ldt 

llic^t ubcrtrcffett / je feral auffi civil que lul,je ne me laijjeral 
fasfurpajjer eft clvilite. He comes not behind any one 

in point of learning , n)a^ fdiic gelcMimfcIt atibdaiigt/ 
fogicbterfciuem mcnfc^en etroa^ nac^i //«e cede a per/on- 

ne en fait d' erudition. To be behind in one's bullnefs, 

in feiitec axhtlt tiac^laCt3 gcmc|Vn fct)ti ; nicf^tfcrtt!? fct)it / nccl) 

Uicl JU tt)Un i)abctl/ dlfcontinuer, ou interromprefon ouvrage^ 
fe relacher. 

To behold, etwa^ rtttfc^aitctt, kfc^auett/ anfc^ett/ k- 

trac^lert/ bCObac^tetl/ ^'^J*'"^^^ . contemp/er, conjiderevy ob- 
server. 

Behold, fie^C/ fct)et ba/ t'o/V/, to////, /£•«<??.. 

Beholden, i)crpfii(^tct'»crbutit)cn/fc^ulbigy fcer ctitcmfur 

etwa^ ill bandfcn \^ii oblige^ redcvable. 

Beholder, Cttt \\\{i\)ili atlfcf^aua*/ iuf(^aucr/ regardant, 
Jpe^iateur. 

Beholding, t>«g anfcf)nUCtl/ K, Vafllon de regarder, ifc. 

Beholding, A.ux^^i<^Ut,\)txh\x\M\\ , beccinem fur ct- 

Wa^ 5" bancfeil ^aii oblige, redevable, qui a obligation. 

Bcholdingnefs,biefc()ulM9fcit/ Bcrbint)lid)f cit / obcr fccr 
ju(lcnt>At>artimciuine ocrpflic^tetcpcrfoiti)!/ obligation, ou 
propreiTient, / ' etat de celui qui ejl oblige. 

behoof, ber nufjen/ t<ortI)ctl/ gebrauc^, avantage,utiU- 

te,u}'age. 

Behoveful, nu^licf)/ ttuijbflr/ bicullc^/ kqucm ; not^iff/ 

«r/Vf , e.^pedlent, irecejjiilre. 

Itbehoveth, mntimuf, c^ gcjlcmct/ c^ gebu^rct fic^/ ea 

id n6tl)i9/ ti tft nul^ltC^ ;7/^.'«f , // eft utile , // eji necejjhlrc, 
il ejl expedient. It behoves us to look before we leap , mil 

miilTcn cine fac^c crjlllc^ rool)! ubcdcgcit _, clje reirficuornef)^ 

tllCtt/ nousdevons blen examiner /' affaire avant de nous 
y embay quer. 

Being , ^. ba^feptl/ba^TOCfcn, /' etre,r eljence,r exljlence 
d'une chofe. A thing which is in being, etnsa^/ fo cin 

njefett t)«t/ fo ftc^ np(^ in ber natur befinbct/ ba^ matt noch 

^abcniaU/ une chofe qui fuhjijie , qulexljle, qulvit, qui eji 
en nature, qui fe trcuve encure, quun a encore. 1 do no 

good with being here , mcinc flmt5cfen^eit nufit Htcniflnb/ 
h t)tlfft nicmanb nid)t^/ bafj id) t)icr hin, ma prefence ne 
fert derlcnlci. Being, ha^ blctben^ bie VHD^mm, bcr 
ro0^n-fiB/flUJfent()alt/ demeure , habitation, etabllpment, 
lieu. There's no being for me there, allba fan \d) nicl)t 
llcibctt/ c^ i^ allba f ein raiim fiir w\\d) , ce n'e/f pas la un lieu 

pour mot, lln'yapasli de place pour mol. A man's firft 

being, bcr erflc augcnblicf , U «in menfc^ anfaiigct ju fct)n / le 

premier moment de la vie. 

Being , A. fcijcnb t X)tt, biC/ ^iOii "HO. i|1 / itant. Being fick, 
fo, rocnn, inbcm, UioXi id) (bu, cr jc.) francf bin (bif^/ 
ifl JC.) rear gcrccfcn ic. fll^ bcr ic^ francf Uw, <Ai bcr bu 
francf bifl/ al^ nsclc^cr francf t|l, ronr , gcrecfcn jc. eVrt*r ma 

lade. My Lord mayor for the time being, bcrjcnigC/ 

welc^cr u'bcrjcit bitrgcrmciflcr ifl / ber ^crr biirgcrmeiflcr, 

tOdcijcr aBbcnn regicrct/ celulqul fera, onqul eft eleu Lord 
vtaire. Being to come hither, cl)e ic^ l)Cr fahl / WCil id} 

^ict)er fommen foltc/ fintcma^l/ (nac^ bcm) id) bict)cr fom'- 
jtieniuoltC; '^^i^'"^^'^^^"' "^'- He was near being killed, 
a ^at i^m foxier "a^^^ Ubcn gcfofict; e^ ^mt \\id)t m\ gcfcl)-- 
let/ ba^ crntc5)t um^ Uben gcfommciitDdrc ; cr^jat nic^t an- 



BEL BEL. 

bcr^gcbac^t/ al^c^werbc i^mba^ Icbcn foUett/ peu senfa- 

lut,qu'llnefuttue, llpenfa etretue. So far is death from 

being an evil, that, ti iji fo fcrnc, 'i>i^ bcr tob ctwae' bofc^ 

fci)n foltC/ bafj l)iclmcf)r/ tants'enfaut quclamort fvlt un 
mal que. You need not trouble yourfelf at his being 

gone, i^r burffct cur^ nicl)tbaiumbcf«mmc«i, Cobcr, urn 
bci^wiaen f cine forge muc^en) nseil er fort \\\, vous ne devez pas 

vousmettreenpelne de ce qu'ils'en eji alle. Your bein^ 
boundforhim will be your ruine, \\)X TOCrbCt in grunblUtO 

bobcnucrberbcn/ rocili^rfurifjnburi^c !»crbcn fct)b,W/rer«/- 

ne vlendra d' avoir cautlonne pour lul. To keep a thing 

from being done, ucr'^inbcni/ ba^ cttufl^ nic^t gcfd;ic^t/ em- 

pecher quiine chofenefc fafje. 

Being that, being, Co?«;. fintcmal^l/ bicivcil - noc^bcnt/ 
puis que., veu que. Being thag (being) I promifcd it, I 
willbeasgoodasmy word, fiiitematjl tcf>e^»crfprodKn/ fo 
WtU id} auc^ tucin rcort \)<Atmipuls que je r al promisee veux 
tenlr ma parole. 

* To belabour, f(!^(agett/ abfd)micrenf a{^\>t^m\\\, battre, 

maltralter, rojf'er, roller de coups. I belaboured his bo- 
nes, ic^ ^abe ibn tvciblic^ ab9efd;micret/ab9C})rusclt />/'<»' 

blen batu, rofse. 

Belaboured, gefd^lagen/ abgcfc&mierct/^<7/», maltrahi. 

Belked,mitfpi{5Cnbcfefit/ Oerbramet/ chamar re, convert 

de dentelles. 

To belage, cin fc^iffr-fcif^obcr mm f!ri(! anf bcm fc^iffe fefle 

mac^cn Cbcr anbinbcn, amarrcr, attacher. Her. 

BeljggedjcingctHncft/natJgcmac^t/ itbriggcblicben/ tva^ 

jur Icfit geblicben/ moullle, qui ejl demeure derrlere. 
To belam, f To belabour, &c. 

TobeIke,eincn;nlrtngc, ober hii in bie nac^t Quf^altcB/ 

retenlr trop long terns, mettre a la nult. 

Belked , bcr fid) ju langc , ober bi^ in \>it mdjt Mmm-- 
let bcr ju lange fluiJengcblicbcn , qui a trop tarde, qui ejl 

furprls de la Jiult. We are belated, nnr babcn uUiJjulanj 
gc Vcrrocilct/ nous avoffs trop tarde. We shall be bela- 
ted, n)ir wcrbcn »u fpat wc.d) ^aufc fommcn/ wowj- j/^'"*^"-*" 

trop tard. 

To beUy a man's way, cincm aufpaffcn, anflaureit/ 

^interlifiiger roeifc nac^|icUcil/ drejjer des cmbuches a quel, 
qu'iin. 

Belch, cin rilp^/ rot. 

To belch, riUjen/ rilpfe laffen/ roter, /aire des rots. To 
belch out blafphemies, gottcsldfierlic^e rcbcn aucfd)i4ttCU/ 
vomlr des blafphemes. 

Belcher, cin xiXux, iiwix (obcr (itiC/) bcr Cbic) rilpfc I4f- 

fct/ roteur, roteufe. 

Belching, ba£S rilpfcrt/ Vaftton de roter. 

f Beldam, an old beldam, cinca(tC«Cttcl/ ciJt altce X<i(\^t 

cin alt ntuttcrlcin, une vldlle. 

* Tobcleagure, cttDa^ bclagcnt/ bloquircn/ mi^iitih 

ajfieger. 

Belcagured, bcldgcrt/ aJpegS. 

Belfry, cin glOCfcn-fiut)l/ glocfcn-t^urn/ beffrol,tour, ou 
clocher. 

Belgick, f Dutch. 

Belief, bcr glaube, bie mci)nurtg fol, criance ou croy- 
ance , fcTttlment , opinion. Light of belief, lcid;tglaubig/ 

cridule. Hard of belief, bcr cin bing nid)t Icic^tliclf 

glaubt/ Incridule. Eafincfs of belief , bic lcid)tglaubi9'' 
j fcit / crcdulltc. Hardnefs of belief, bcr unfllaubc ci-' 
\\\ti, bcr cin bing nictit lcicl>tlic^ glaubt/ Incredullte. Paft 
I ail belief , unglaublic^/ ba^ nic^t iu glaubcn i|t/ incroya- 

\yic. 



B E L. 
To believe, ctwa^glaubctt/ tincm cilauktt/ glaubctt jiu- 



BEL. 



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meitrefaconfianccfefier. To make one believe, ctiicni 
ctwal ciafc};i\)uficn / ubcrrc&cii/ bcrc&cn/ ///Vc- accrolre. No 
body shall make me believe , but that the foul is immortal, 
feiirmcnfc^follmic^ubcrrcbett/ battiefeclc iiic^t unftcrbhcb 
fei) / psrfofi»e ne fauroit ni6ter de I' effrit que I ame ejt 
immortelle. 

Believed, gcglaubct/JC&ac^t/ cru, que Von croid, penfe. 
It is not to be believed, c^ in ntC^t JualflUbCHy mm foltC 

fid)9 nimmcrmebr einbilbcti , 11 n'ejl pas croyable. If I 
may- be believed, n)ctin man mic will glaubcn juftcUcn; lo 

tiirnnVgltUlbciinJUUct// om men vcut crohe. A perfon 

not to be beiiev'd , cine rcrfon , wclc^cr matt ntcbt glau- 
bcn barff / auf redeye man fi(^ ntdjt BcrlaiTcn fan/ une perfon- 

ne qn'onm doit pai croire, a qui Ion ne doit pas aJoSter /ui, 
ou crear.ce. 

Bebever, ciit glaubiger, bcrbagldubet/ oi>«:glauben^at/ 

Mnfidelky un crqyant. 

BeUeving, basglauben/ JC. bcr glaube f I'afliondecroire, 
^c. foi, cfeance. 

Believinaly, glattbtget »cife» HI gloubctt avecfoi. 

Belike , bcm anfe^cB nac^ / aUem anfc^en nac^ / appa- 

rement. 

* Relive, blive,f. Anon. 

Bell, D. m, ftatt Arabella. 

Bell, cine glocf C/ cloche. Saints-bell , facring bell , ba^ 
l^tiUgc glo(flcin/ martinet. A hawk's bells, tie fcbellcn 
ttnc^ falcf en^/ grezi lions , grillcts d' oifeau. The bell of 
a dock, ba^ glocflcin i« cincr u^r , «« m/ii^r^ d'horloge. 
Alarum-bell, cine ftumualecFe/ einwccfcr; tocjln., bcffrm. 
A rina of bells , baeolOCfcn-ciclflUt, la fonnerie. A chime 
^f bells, cin alocfcn^fpifl / «» carillon. To bear away the 
bell, b<n prcif bc^ f amrfF^ gcretnncn ; ben ftcg crbaltcn . bcr 

bettC fci>n > remporter le pri.x du combat , remporter la tv- 
floire. * To curfe one with bell, book, and candle, 
cinen ucrfluc^cn / Dcrbanncn, obcr ii)m ollc4 ubel auf ben 

hd^ niltt\d)CVi > maudire quclqit un^faire fur hi milk im- 
precations. A paifing-bcll , cine tcbtcn- glccEcf btc gddu' 
tetWtrb/ reenn icrnanD itilbt/ cloche mortuaire. Bell-foun- 
der, cin glCcfen-gielTcr/ fondeur de cloche. Bell-m.etal, 
filocfcn-' fj3ci§/ ba^ mctall/ tuouon^man btc glocEen cicffct, 

metal dont on fait les cloches. Bell-dapper, bcr floptfct 
in cincr glOCEC/ bataitt de cloche. Bell-man, cin monH/ fo 
mit cincra glodfkin tjerumgebet/ unb etwa^ bet) tagc cbcr 
nad^taustufct/ rtveilleur. Bell-weather, bcr Icit^ftam' 
\\\t\t moutcn qui aunefcftnette aucou, mouton clocheman. 

Bell-bit, cingebif an cincm laumc / fo rcic tin glocfldn ae= 

fliac^titl/ mors de bride., fait en forme de cloche. Bell- 
flower , blue-bell , blauc glocf cn - bluntcn t campanelie. 

Bell-pear, eiiicbitnc/ foTOicein glocf Uift au^fict>et/ poire de 

ferteau. 

To bell, fc^rcDcn, t»ic cin ^irfc^ obcr bam^irfc^ tf ut / itcnn 
er in bcr bninjt if?, r<ffr. 
..' Bellannin, cine groffc bouteille tBcitt, »bcr anbcr (larcf 

«ifttmdt I ^rojje bouteille devin, ou d' autre boiff on forte. 
* Todifputcwithbellarmin, cinc bouteille ganft austrin? 
Cf en, -juider la boutdlle. 

To bellow, blpcfen, briSllcrtf fc^rc^cn wic cin 0(^fc obcr Fuft/ 

beuglr,:,meug!e-r,nni.gir. f.auc^Tobell. 

Bellowing, ba5 blOcFcn cbcr bruUen/ I'a^itn tie beugler, 
Tnuglementf mugijfement. 



Bellows, bic ba'lgc/ etn blafc-balg/ />»/£* {aftuJUr le 

feu.) 

Belly, bcrbaui^/ wanfl/ ventre y pance. Great-bel- 
liedj that has a great belly, (a woman with a great belly,) 
cine fettcfrau/ btc cincn grojfen bauc^ ^xU tint fc^trangcrc 

fraU/ une femme grojfe ; tine femme enceinte. She haj 
had no lefs than feven great bellies , fic ijl ftcbenmaW 

fc^TO^jngcr genjcfcn, ^atftetenfinbcr 5ur recU gcbot)rcn; elU 

a ete groffe fept fois , elleafait fept enfant. My belly is 

full , ic^ bin i([tt, tc^ \)0.^t gnug gegcffcn, js fuis raffafTc , j ai 
affezmange. 1 got my belly fuilon't, i^ bin bcifcn ftrt/ 
libcxhtufiSf Jff '^i ^^ tout monfaoul P. A hungry belly- 
has no ears, bcm t)unger ^ilf^ fcin jurcben* irortc fulletj 

ben biixd) nic^t / ventre affame n a point d ' oreilles. P.What 
is got over the devil's back , is fpend onder his belly, 
n>iegct»onncnf fo jerronncn, ce quiviem par la flute ., s en 
retourne par le tambour. P. Your eyes are bigger than 
your belly, if)r bcgc^rct mc^r al^ ii)t cffcn fonnct* vous 
mangez plus dcs yeux , que de la bottche. Belly-band, 
tin banb fur hta bandf cincs pfcrbCS / veJitriere. * Belly- 
cheer, belly-timber, futter/ Oictualicn / prouiant/ CtTOOii 
JU cffcn U:lb trincfen / vivres , proviflons , marchandife 
degueule. Belly-worm, cin longer barm-TOUrmf verlong, 
qui s' engcndi-e dans les intef} ins. A belly-God, cttt bauc^; 

bicncr/ cvMCurifchcr mtx\0) , bcr \tintn bau(^ jum ®Ht 
mui^ty ei:i freffcr / vtdfras / fcfclemmer/ praffcr , un epicunen, 

un homme qui fait defon ventre f on dieu , tin goirrmand ., ou 
gloHton. A bslly-friend , cin intereslirter frcunb i fd)m«= 
rpficr/ un ami inter ejpy unparafite. Belly-ake, ba^ baud)- 
»fi^C; bauc^-griinmcn/ malde ventre. A gdr-belly , panch- 
belJy, great-bellied , cinbicf'bduc^t<^tcrmcnfcb/ cincrbcr 
cincn groffcn bauc^ obcr n>anft ^at, uKe groj/e pance , qui 
I e/i vmtru {par.cu^ * lUUy - cheat , cinc fc^i^rSC / »» 
\tablier. P. A - belly - full , is a belly -fiiU- men !ijn 

inlc^t mc^^r alg ben bauc§ vcU (fidj fatt) ciTch/ tout fait 

I ventre. 

j To belly , ^ttt rccrbctt ; cincn groffctt baudj obcr wanil be 

• fommcn i devenir panqu ou ventru ; htxa\Xi jicbcn , ftC^ ^(t' 
\ tctbica,cn,faireu»ventre, ouane bofse , poiij/er en dehors. 
f. and} To bell. 
To belong, jugc^orcn/ angcfiorcn ; axCatXit^n t ange^ctv 

anbclflngcit; etre^ appartenir ^ regarded; conctrner. 

Beloved, bcUcbt/ »crt|i/ tl>eucr/ aime, tres cher^fa- 
vori. 



Below, bruntcn/Urtten; untct/ en hasjkbas; an desfous 
de. To marry below hL-niclf , f To marry. *Tis below 
you fo to do, ba^fiebtcu6garnid)tan/ cela eftau deffous 
devous. Below one for vertue, antugcnbenuHgleid>/ /»- 
ferieuren vertu. 

Beifwagger, eta praMcr/ gWffprCC^cr/ rodomont ,fait- 
faron. 

Belt, shoulder-belt , cttt tt»cf r^gcWng i baudrier. Belt, 
wailbelt, cin brciter gi'irtd cin bcgcn-gcbendP ura ben ldb,«/»- 

turon. Belt-maker^ein gtlrtler^ ceinturier. 

To belver, V. N. tin gefc^ret) niac^cn; aier, criailler. 

To bely , dncn lugen bcilK « / lugcn ftrafcn ; ctreag mi; 
berfrrccftcn ; cincn bdugen / tjcrlcumbcn / falfc^lid^ bcfcbnl^ 
bigcn / dementir ; calomnier. Their aftions bely their 
words, i^rc X'^i^tzn fcbicf^n f>c^ nic^f |u ihren rcbcn / ftort 
unb ttjcrcfc flimmen bet) i^'xtn ntcbt tibcrdn / leurs anions 

dementent leurs paroles. To bely one's felf, fid) OCrro^ 

then ; »er^aaen , fjc^ fdb|! n)ibcrfpre4)en / fe dementir , fe 

covfsr^ 

H Belved, 



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B JE L. BEN. 



Bely ed, MvUmiict/ K. calomnUy i^c. 

To bematrhehair,i)ie^flareuemTrre«/ iufamtiTeiiflccOtctt/ 

nicler, entrelacer les chtvtux. 

To bcmire, ctttJii^ garfjit) ctcr Fothsg niad>ciJ^ m Fot^c ^cr- 

ttlU fcTjIcppetl/ embour-berymettre dans la hour be. 
Bemlied, f 0tf)t9 gemac^t- ;C. embourbe., ^c. 

To bemoan, ctt»a^ bcmcuieii/ bcflugctt/ betraureit ///<?/»- 

drsyla7n:ntey\ deplorcr. 

Bemoaning, ba^ kHat^Cit/ bCttJCiuW/ K. I' afllon de flaln- 
dre,p!a'intesy lamentations. 

Ben, ^.auflatt Benjamin. 

Bench, cine band/ langcltancf/ tcrnjerc^-flfc^ cmcs5 fc^m'^ 
net^/ cine le^n4a«vf; cine genc$ti3?6atic!/ ricf^tc^-bancf , ctn 

rtd)tcr ' (ill^l / banc; etabli; accoudoir :, banc, Jtege. The 

Kmg's bench, bie f oniglJc^c band , i(l cin %mi)X^i fo 511 5ffic|i' 
nmnfrcr se^alten roirb/ unl) vwcl; cin gcfaugniv ju South waik 

fonbcn regcn vkitt, le banc du Roy. 

Bencher, cttia' m\ ben uDcne^mjlen ymll^tw iw cittern raft)e 

tbCC coilcgio., jurlsconfulte du premier rang dans un college 5 

mtti bcr mit auf ber dc^tei'-bancf fif^t/ «« ajpjjlur. 
Bend, cine binbe an einem fcf^tlbc obcv toapen-/ bandc; bic 

frumniC/biecjUrtc;/ courbure. 

To bend, Fl /f. ettuag (JrcdfcH/ fpamiett/ aiiff^anticn; 

5eugen/ biegcn/ frummcn/ bander, iteudrecntirant', pller, 
courber^ To bend , Fl A^. fic^ nctgen ^ fid) bicgcrt / fid) 
frummcn i plier , feplhr , /e cotirber. To be«d one's fift, 
fctncfaUjIjUma^Crt'/ fermer le poing. To bend all one's 

wits about a thing, nac^ <:i\m^ tic^ten unb triid^tcn, fcincn 
nt6gltd)cn ^d% mi ctroa^ tvcnben; alie fcinc gebuncfcn bar^ 
ttuf ric^tcu/ rcic man barju gclangcn mogc/ s' appUquer k 

qitelque chofe ent'ierement , fa'ire tousfes efforts pour vcntr a ■ 
bout de quclipie chofe. To bend one's felf (one's will, 
one's mindj to (upon) a thing, fic^ aut ctrcas ICgCH/ bar* 

miferptd)tfct>n / fcincn fimi baraiif ff !jcn / bwnac^ t\fi)Un 

unb traciiitcn / s' appHquer., s' attacker a quelque cbvj'c ^ en 
fair e [on capital. To bend one's fpi^^ht againft a man,ci!!Cn 

groU / ^a§ ttjiber tcmcrnb faffcn/ tuibcr \\}\\ crlnttcrt fci>n/ 

s^ acharner contre quelqu^un. To bend one's brows, bic 
' fjinte ntn^eln/ |>ntcr fcl)en , fr oncer le fturcil, fe rcfrogner. 
The Rhone bexidsirscourfcfouthward, bic SK^onc flicffct 
(Iduffct) gegsn WxitVSile Rhone coule vers le mid'i. To bend 
forwards, ffc^ bucfctt ffdj Vli\%t\\, -f' accrouplr. To bend back, 

etroasroieberjurucEbiegen; fi(^»uriicf tiegeny/rt/V^ rtc-ftfr- 

b;r ; ^ recoarber. 

To bend the cable to the anchor's ring, Hi ancfer-fcil m 
bCltanc!cranmac^en/ talhguet-y ou amarrer les cables, tcr- 
mes de marine, 

Bendable, ttxisi fic^ fpannctt/ biegen ober fr^mmen Uii 1 que 

I ' en peut banker, tendrey courber. ^ 

Bended, gcbeugct/ gcfrumnrct/ IcpHe, eourbe, ifc. 
With my bended kneesj fnicnb.- flUf mcincn !n(€n / a ge- 
noux. 

Bender, cin ktjgenbermufcuhis, oberflcifc^imatt^ an tU 

nan ti"gcr/ tm tendw. 

Bending, 9, biU^ fpannett/ «:- /' aBion de bander, ^c. f To 
bend. The bending of a vault, bcr I'Ogcn eillC:^ fiCWol-- 
\\<i^fCambrur€ devoutc. The bending of the elbow, bjetten- 

filing be^ elbogenfi /<? f/' ^/« ««^t"- 
Bending, /^.bcuvic.nb/^cnintcr ^ntt3citbyttb^(?«3ig//(?»f-&<n9/, 

quipCKchc, quivaenpc^te. 

Bendlet, crn« fkiiJf binbC/ une petite bande. - 

Benduiih, niclca, ciufrJUfytvo;?:^. 

Beneath, U'!tcr 5 tmtfll/ tiruntcn / /owJ", dejfottsi en has, /a, 
ius. f. Kclow. I 



BEN. 

, Benedraines,bte ^encbtctiner,'m6tt(f>e/^^'«f^/AW. 

Benediclion, ber (cgen^ benediflion. 

* Benetaftion,bic9utt^at,tt)o()lt^at;gnabC/ gunjf/ bien- 

jait,gyace,faveur. 

BenelAftor, cin gutt^rttcr, m\)\x\)kV(, nttm,bien/aiteur, 
patron. 

Benefaftrcfs, mt mtUUm , mW)&Um , bienfai- 
trice. 

♦ Benefaaure^eincgutt^at/ wo^U^t, gunfJ, cmscfaUen, 

btenfait,fuveur,plaijir. 

Benefice, cinprieftcr-bienjl, etncpfrunbc/ cinbienfl, bi- 

nefice. 

Beneficed, e.^. a beneficed parfon, cin pfarr^err/ bcrcine 
))frunbc %(\Xt un benificier. He is w,ell beneficed , cr ^t cilte 
gutC ).^farrC/ (pfrunbC/) Ha un bon benefice. 

Beneficence , bic gutwilligfcit/ giit{)crijlgfcit ; "iik milbig^ 

f Cit/ gfitigf Cit/ frCDgcbigf cit/ inclination h obliger , ou a faire 
du bien ; libera lite. 

Bcnclldal, gut; nu(.5(icf>/ btcnlic^/ Dortf)etl^nftig/ bon, utihy 

avantageux. If I find itjjeneficial to me, fo icl^ bC|inbC/ '^0,% ii 
mir nu^cn (UOrt^cil) hxmXiJtfy trouve mon conte {intej-et.) 

Be«ieficial, guttviuicj/ gutl)cr^ig/ milbC/ frcpgcbig/ gutig/ ^/V«- 

faifant., obligcant, liberal. 

Benefit, bic gttttf)at/n)ot)(tf)at/9un({/ cingcfaHen; bcr nu- 

BCn/DOftficil/bicnUl^barFcit/ bienfait,fuveur, plaijir; bien, 
profit, avantage, utilite, benefice. The benefit of nature , eiti 
Offcncr leib/ benefce de ventre. The benefit of the clcrg)-, iai 

xid)t, t^ai: privilegium, obcr btc fcep^ctt bcr gciftlidK" / ^^'-'O'^* 

privilege, ou exemption du clergS. 

To benefit, cincui nufiUcf;/ tiu^bar/ »ort^cilf)rtftigfe»n/ ct- 
ncm nui5cn/ nufeen bringcn ; cincn nui?cn uon ctiual ^aben, 
(cmprtnbcn/)irtetma^iunc^men/ fid) a'Amtw , faire du bien 

aquelqu un ; proftter,fe prevaluir. 

A benefitted ticket in a lottery , eirt glutf (id^ JCf tclgcn in 
Cincr ls5ttcrie/»n bQn billet dans une loterie. 

Benevolence, btc i»ol)lgct»i>gcn^cit/ juncigung/ gutcr 
njiUC/ gunil; cinpcfd)cnde »or ben iVonig, bienveiilance, 

affeflion., -inclination a faire un bien a quelqu^un ; ^cn 
gratuit. Due benevolence , t)k fcf)Hlbigc frcunblidjfcit 
cinc^ manned gcgcnfcintveib / le devoir d' unmari envcrs fa 
femme. 

Bcngale, letrtWanb DOnBengala, Bengale, toiledcBen- 
gale.^ . 

Benjamin, ba^gummibenzoi, bcHiOin ; cin lac virginis, 
btnjoin., lait virginal. 

Benighted, uon bcr na^t ubcrfallcn ; bcr tm fiin(!crn \%fur- 

prisde lanuiti qui efl dans les tcnebres. 

Benign, gHttg/milb>gHn(li|i; frciinbllcf;/ gutfjcr^ig/ benirtt 

douXtfavorable, humain, obligeant. 

Benignity, bic gutC/ gut^crijigfcity milbjgfcit, frcunblic^; 

hit/ giitigfcit/ benignite, douceur, humamteibonte. 

Benjoin, Ocnjoin/ bcnjoin. 

•f* lienifon, f. Bencdiiluon. 

Bent, gcfpannct/ gcbcgcn/ n*. bandc, tendu,^c. f To 
bend. Bflit to Con) \vg», j«|n fringe oencigt / obcr rcfcU 
X>\xX, forti a la guerre, qui efl rcfv/u de faire la guerre. To 
be ftifly bent to ibmcthing, \^on fomcching,) nac^ ctn>a^ 
ti'uci)tcn/ «!)b f:d) juc^t i>iAX)m\ nbmcnbcn \(k\\cni auf ctttia^ 
cvpatrfc«>ii/ ofcer ciiicnfitmigficl) bcbarrcn / j' opini,itrer a 

quelque chofe, s'y atluehcr , ctre obflinia, &c. To be ob- 

ilinately bent agiiinil veafon , fic& tribcr allc I'crnunfr fc^ 

t^tlhfe ruid/y ccterelaraifon. To be cruelly bcntagairtit 
one, cincn ti^O tnib crcll OUf cincn faffcn/ s'acbamer cen- 
tre {fur) quclqn'un. To be fiercely bent againi't a 

tiling. 



BEN. B E R. 



BE S. 



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thln^T , fic^ Tsifccr ctmi mit alUv geroalt fcftcn , / oppojW | Befant, cine art altct gol^-mun^c, o^tiflcfc^r |»ct) l»tic.:te-i 

-fortemcnt k quelque chofe. The eyes of all men are WCtt^, Zty..'»f, 



bene on you, alls leuic rel)e« auf euc^, ^altcn vfel j)on 
CUC^/ '^«' ^''' w^J^'^'''' attache ietyeux fur vous, vous bm- 
ftore. ' , 

Bent, i'.biebcttaung; tKcgan9/itiact8ttn3;cniewn^c,///j 

pancbar.t, incl'i nation ; jonc. 

Bcn"r,/';-t*,benot,fept)nt($t/ aefoyezpas. 

To benuxn, etwae ftorr / itcif machcn ; cinen Bc^urRcit/ 
ctfi:l)vccEeii/ t>*>pcceriiamjct/ ^«i-'5*j-'''>> tran/in it^Mer, 

glaccr. 

Bcniimmed, crftattct, f?ciff/ K. engourd'u tranfi, ifc. 

Benummednefs, tic crftarning/ er.gounfiff'iment. 

Benmnming , bae crftuirctl UliJt^Cll/ JC- /' tfZ/w; </ ' CTigour- 
£r, ^c. \. To benum. 

Benzoin, f. Kcn'oin. 

Xo bepits, ct' , ' - 1 pijjerfur, compJ/Jlr. 

Bepilled.be^ . .; fur quoi I'on n pijj'.'ycompljfe. 

To bequeath, ftr.ciu iiuici!amcntc:»a!5 yertituc^eii/ tJtr? 

Or^neit, befcOfi&eil, irgucr, !atjjerpamjla:nen:. 

Bequearhed , ini'tc^araent ucrwa^fy k/s^C&IJn/ hgue^ 
LtijJ': par tejlament. 

Bcqucither, ber etlDa!? Uf rnia^t, teftateur. 

BeiiHieathing, J)a^l)Cj'c(!eiDctl/ uemiac^ca/ K. I'afFion de 
hgu^r, i^c. 

Bequeft,eirt t)ermai^tc5 gut^/ i^n Imt/ gcjlifft/ crb^ge* 
indd)t; l^gs- 

To beray, ctwa^ utranrcinigett/ kfubcln, lc\\i)\mun, um 
fUttg mac^enyfcefc^etiTeH/ btUdrnJoui/Zei^fa/ir, rempUrd' 

ludure, concbicr. 

Beray'd, OcrUHtcintgct/ K. four Hit <^c. 

Beraying, ba3 ycruiwinigm / IC, /' a^/Vw de fouil- 
lsr,^c. 

Berber)-, f. Barberry. 

To bereave one of a thing, eitUtt cirtC^ binge^ berflU^ 
ben, if)m etroal ciitfu^rcit/ entmenbcii/ priver ^ depcuUler 
que/qu'un de qttel^ue chofe y Sttr , enlever quelque- chofe a 
queliju'un. 

JBcreaved, beraU&Ct/ }C. ph'e, o^c. 

Berea\Lng, bic beraubung/ ba^ bcrauben/ jc l'a£fton d£ 

fr'tver,ifc. 

Bereft, f. Bereaved. 

B'irgamot, bergamet, cittc ^ergamifc^e time/ fo in jtolun 
imSurftc»t^umStofcanaaac^}ct;cinc art cinc^ rauc^swcr- 

^{5/ bergamote. 

Bergander, f. Birgandcr. 

Bergh-mafter, CUI berg-^Ctt obcr htt%md\t(X , iaJlli des 
rntnieres. 

Berghmoc, bcr rtit^ obct Ui gcrtc^te / fo ber berg-^err 

Obcr bcrsnuiftcr t)alt . la'courou lajurhdifliondu maitredes 

minhres. 

Bernardines,bic ^nt?)9rbin€r-'nien(^C, Bernardhis. 

Bern,-, cine bccre/^r.'.'/», %t'. Cdffee-berties , %xik\\6)t 
Ci tC'bcbn«T,/ri;?r«/e caff'e. tJlackberties ^brambleberries,} 
fcrom ' beerCJt/ mtures deronce. Rifp-berry, cinc %\l\'!i - bcc/, 
framboife. Service-berry-, cine fiJOr-bcerC/ cormeJorbe. A 
guofe berry, cinc pJcf^el -- bccrc, ^e lagrofeille. 

f A berr>',_cinc f auintcbcit -- ^olC/ /mvVr. 

To berry, f. To thrash unb to bury-. 

■ Berth, cinbrtrcobagfc^iffam oncfer licgen unt> bin onb 
per trctben Uw, parage. 

Bertoh, bsrton, ctit mcijer^of, metairie, ferme. 

Berton, f. Barton unb Bertoh. 

Beryl, eii! tcnU'Itein/ beril. 



To beseech, einm ofuc^ctt/ flc^<« / <rn^U(^ bittcay 

pr'ier^ifuppHer. 

♦ Beseeched,f. Befought. 

Beseeching, biJ^«fuc{?cn/ fCc^eit/ \>\MiXi , /' atTton de 
prieTf <&c. 

, f Tobeseem, gcjicmen, gcbu^rCH/ anflc^Cn/ hrebie^ 
feant, corroenir. 

Beseeming, gciicmcnb/9ebu^rcnb/t»0^laniidtlbig/ hienfe- 
ant, decent, convenabte. 

Belet,uiuri:igcty umgcbcrt, chtgerc^tefftn, tc. afp^ege, 
eavironne, ifc. f. To bedt. Hard befet, unst , bit i:l 

bcr flcuime ftccfct, bcm bc9 ber fa($c mc^t n»I)l t|l/ bet 
uic^trcct?/ M)a3 er tbuH / obernjteere^ anfatigca foil/ f'"" 

efl dr.ns lie grandes d':fficultez t null a fort aifcy enibarrciffe. 
A heel beiet with nails, etn abfa6/ fo wit iwerfcn bcf'i'la; 
qcu lit, u»ta/or, garni dec/ouf. 

lobeler, etfljae iimrtiiftcn/ umgeben / cinfc^ticffeii/ ttittfii;i- 

gen; hc^C^zn, afjng.:r, envhoKver, obfeder ; orntr. 

Beshic, b(f<i)i]\ci\j'oui//ed' ordure, conchie. 

To beshit, ettuas be! acf en / befd^ciffen , fouiller d' ordure, 
concbier. To beshit onesfeli", ficj) bcfc§ci|Tcn/ tn bit f>Cj*eK 
obcr in ba^ tjeratbc tbun ; ju feinem fc^abcn ober nac^tf>c(le rt-- 
ben; fid) ftllct uminc^rcn/ ober ctnen fcofen na^menmtj' 
C^cn, cbierdansfes chauJ}es,embrenerfacbeTniJfe; parler it 
fan defairantage ; fe decrediter. 

Beshitten, f. Beshit. 

To beshrew, ctroa^ »crfln($e«/ ctttcm aHe^ bofe^ tcun- 

fc^Crt/ maudire, fatre dcs imprecations. Beshrew your 
heart, \)\i frOHCf t)Cit ^tc Vi^Mi UHfllucf folgc iVi^^alvoui 
enprenn: 

Beside, besides, fcrncr, tueiter/ iiber bal/ \n bent/ bcr? 
jU/ bsrneben/nebenbem; nebi^/ fiber/ famt/ fluffcr, mi^^f- 
ncmmen; ncbcn, bet)/ art/ nahc iAbcp, d' avantage, cv 

apres, en outre .^ d^ aillettrs ^d' eirtrepart -. outre,excepte , 
pres, procbe, aupris. To be befide aas's felf, (to be p'J.t 
belide one's felf.) toUe, unfinnigfEnn/ »on ftnncn gcf onmien 

feOfl/ etre bors defoi , avoir perdu le fens , (Ja tramontnne?^ 
Belidethepurpole, mv^ts.^ \m\^<^t,hors de propos. 'Tis 
befide my prelentfcope, ba* bienctntcfetiu racinem trrba- 
bCB/ cela u efi pas de mon fujet. Thefe are thangs quite 
befide the philofophers bufinefs, btcfe^ tft ganft UJd)t 
biemcpnung (berjaecF) bcr philofophorum , cen'efi poir.t 
du tout i' affaire des philofophes. Belide the cushion, (bu- 
linefsinhaiid,)ganfiaujbemtBegc/ uciber i<i<5:^': ab, ntd)t^ 
jurfiJC^C/ torsdc pr^pes. Except myfeif, and a fev/ belide, 

flu«acnj5n«jic« ic^ / ttnb^Bnjl etltd^c anberc/ excepts moi & 

qitelquesautres. 

To besiege, etWO^ bel«gertt/ Wttrtngeit/ afjiegery mettre.'e 
ftege. 

Bes leged, beUo ert, afftegi. ^ 

The besieged, bic bclugertett/ lesaffie^et. 

The besiegers, Wt bcldgcrcr/ l(s afjtegeans. 

Besieging, ba^ beitfgew, bic belagcrung/ Paffitn d" aff-i' 
ger,fiege. 
To beimear, ctwaDbcfl^mieTcti/ bcjtr«c^en/ bcfcfimuBeii, 

befubcln. barb9uilUr,faHr, f outlier, 

Eefmeared, bcfc^nitcrct/ bciTritfeCB/ barh^uilli,fali. 

Beimearer, i\\Mt , bcr «Ue birtgc ttttflatig mat^t obcr le* 

fc^niicret. barbouilleur. 

Befinearing, 'fi(Xxi bcfc^micrcn, /' a^ion debarbouiUer. 

To belhidak, ctWvl^ rduc^Cf tl / beviiilf&crn/ enfumo; 
noinir de fumee. 

H s Bsilaoa- 



4o 



BE S. 

bevdu^Crt/ enfume, noirci de 



B E S. 

til on a briefer, iffc. 

Befpued, tcfpiccH/ ttjorauf icmaiit) sefpleen §at/ /«r *«w 

To befputter, f. To befpit. 
Befs, ^. an fiiUt Elizabeth. 
Befle, beiFe-fish, ettl fce-'nJOl|f/ «» /e?»/>. 

Bell, t)er (bic, ba^) befle, fe^r gut, ?r« bon, h mellUur, 

la metUure. ^ He is the beft man alive, cr «fi bet fllkrbeftc 

mcitfcl?/ etit iibcrau6 guter mciifc^/ rVy? /<? wf//A«?- /^(?7wwe 

«^i/.«»/^, crt. I '■"' wow^i?. To put the beft conftruftion upon a thing. 

Besought, (erfuc^ct, \6) cifuc^te,) ifl tia^ imperf. unti ^^"'''^ «»f^ ^Hcrbcflc auglegen/ (beuten,) c^ m\,\ aufjtcD* 

map. oott to befeech. >"^"/ prendre une cbofe du bon eke, lui donner tine inter- 

pretation favorable. What's the bcft news ? was gteb« 



Eefinoaked, get^Ud^crt/ 

To befmut, ttmi rufilg mad;cii/ ntit ofcn-Tuffc fcfift^aV- 

^CJl OPcr bcfubcllt/ wo/;r/r avec dc lafuie. 

Be/lnuttcd, vufiig gettiac^t/ mjt ni|le gcfc^rodrfiet/ «o/Vv; 

^rvf f de la jute. 
JBcfom , f, Beefom. 

To beli)t, cinen tumm, bdmifc^/ truttcTctt/ uoH, obcr ui 

eutent »te()C Unb liawen mnc^Ctl/ rendre Jot, abbruti, acca- 
gnarder. 

Befotted, Btel)irc^ trunc!cn,bcr ju cincm tiamti worbeit, 

/o/, abbritti, d-fc. f To belot. 

Befdtting, bkktf)wuri9/ bfl^ tufttmac^crt/ ?c. /'^^/o^ 

« aborutir, &c. 



particip. oott to befeech. 

■Befpake ifi ba^ imperf. uoit to befpeak. 

To befpatter, ctm^mit fot^e ober berglclcOen befprlftctt/ 

befrrciigen/ Unfidtig mac^Clf/ edaboujfer, croter, falir i\u 

ncn bcjc^mi^cn/ ucrlcumbm/ fc^md^en, |c[;dnbllc6 auefcbrcocni 

noircir, diff'amer, jletrir. 

Befpattered, bcfprj^et/ garjiig gemflC^t/ JC. edabou/Te, 
€rote, &c. 

Befpattering, t)a^ befrri^Crt/ JC, /'<2/?/(?« <jfe croter, &c. 
f. To beipatter. 

To befpiwl, ctmi Ufmtn, fluf (tm^ frcijen ober fei; 

nen fpcic^el auetuerffctt , couvrir de crachats, cracher con- 
tre, ou fur que/que chofe. 

Befpdwled, befpieetl/ iC. couvert de crachats, ^c. 

To befpeak, %xmi befprec^ett/ bcficUen; mac^eti laffctt, 

f air e f aire, commander de faire. To befpeak a coach, 

cine futfcf)c tefleUeti/ mief^cii/ bittgen/ rf/'fw/r «« r^/r^/^. 
To befpeak fome body's good opinion, um jematlba gu- 
ten rotUen an{)altcit , it)n auf fcinc fcjte bringcn / prevenir 
que/qtt'im en fa faveur. Let me befpeak your moft fe- 
rious regard to thofe things, ctlaubet mir^ba^ic^ md)hiu 
ten mag, btcfe binge flei^tg anju^orett/ unb bavauf jti met- 

^m,fouffrez que je vous prie de faire une ferieufe at- 
tention a ces chojes. To beipeak one, etnert befleUen/ be? 

fpredjen/ anreben; cinen gcwinucn/ mi feme fette bringeu/ 

parler fi quelqu'un, difcourir^ ons'entretenir avec lui; le 
gaoner. 

To belpeckle, iimi bePccFett/ ^lit unb ^er fleefc n?a(^en/ 

leit^liCrt/ tacheter, marqucter. 

Befpeckled, bcflec!ct, gejcic^nct/ tachete,marquete. 
To befpew, f. To befpue. 

To beipit, c(roa^bcfpc«)cii/Quf etrea^ flu^fpetjen oberau^? 

Werffcn, cracher defjiis , couvrir de crachats. 

Befpitted, bcfpieil/ K.furquoi I'on a crache, couvert de 
crachats. 

Befpoke ifl \iQA imperf. unb participium »ori to be- 
ipeak. 

Bcfpokcn, JIfledct/ befpri?C&cn,lC. qu' on a fait faire, 
retenu, ds'c. f.To befpeak. Thefe are bcfpoken thanks, 

t>ai jfl nur eine bmictfagung , um bte man flnge^alten 1)at, 

se font des reiuercimcns forcez. 

To belpdt, itmi betlccfcn/ befubelU/ tacher,fouiller. 
Befpotred, bcfiCCft/ bcfubclt/ tache,fouillL 

Befpdtting, Ui bcflecfen/ bic bcflecEung/ V anion de 

tacher. 

To befprlnkle a thing, ctMja^ befprengen, befpruj^cn, be- 

gieffen, anofr quelque chofe, epancher quclque liqueur fur 
vne chof. 

JBefprlnkled, bcfpvenSCt/ befpru^et/ :c. arrofi, &c. 



QUM neuc^ ? que dit on de bon. What had I beft do » 
what courfe had" 1 belt to take? m^ foU tc^ t^UiX-i tDie 

foU tcp flnfangen? tvic fangc i^i bccT; m'i que faudroit 

tl quejefijfe} que dois je faire} quel parti, que lies mefu- 
res devroisje prendre? You had e'en belt do according 

to my dirertion, jf)r i^ta m\ bejieu/ fo j^r mcincm rflt5 

fOlgtet/ vous ferez fort bien de fuivre men confcil. He 

thought beft to conceal it, cr bac^tC/ e^ t»drc wcit bcffer, 
bte facoe \)m\M) i\x (jalten, {m er mcf;t^ bflpon gebdcf)te/) 

iljugeaplus a propos de nen dire niut. To do one's beft, 

to do the beft one can, nac^i allem feirtcm yermpgcntl)un, 

faire tout fon pojfible, ou tout ce qu'cn peut. Do what is 

beft for your felf, t^ut/ ttjfl^ eu(^ bcn gvc|lcn nuijen brnigt, 

faites ce qui eji le plus de vStre inter et. To make the beft 
of a thing, ttt(i(xi ftjo^I meuagirett/ mimagerbien une chofe. 
To make the beft of a bad-market, (of a bad game,) 'x\\ 

ciner fitlimmen facile i\)\\\\, fo gut aB man fan", ftirer 

d'un mauvais pas, ou d'une mauvaife a^'airc le mieux 
qu'on peut. He had the beft on't, er f)dttC ben Dortljefr, 
// cut I'avantage. P. The beft is beft cheap, e^ ift flm bc 

fien iaji allcrbcftc ju fau^cn, ci fcfle roa^ c^ luollc, on trou- 

ve toujours fon conte a acheter ce qu'il y a de meilleur, 
I hope he has done for the beft, ici; beUcFC/ iX'^<xX ti gnc 
it)Ot)l getroffcn/ jV veux bien croire, qu'il n'a pas mal fait. 
The English are beft at tragedies, and the French at co- 
medies, bte €ngc(dnbcr fiiib ju tragocdicu/ unb bt'c %x<x\\i 

fjcfcjt JU comoedicn flm gcfd^icFte/Jcn / les Anglois reuffent 
le mieux dans la tragedie , (fsf les Franqois dans la conie- 
die. I'll do it to the belt of my power, id) ivill e-S tt)Urt 
fo gut fll^ tC»^ I'mmcr U\\,je le ferai le 7nieux que jc pour- 
ray. To the bcft of my remembrance, fo Hiel «C^ mi'cO 
erinncrn fan, autant que jem\-n puis fouvcnir. Not to my 
bcft remembrance, nic^t/ bfl|5 ic^ mi4 criltncrn UwU, mn 
pas que jc me fouvienne. Speak to the bcft of your know- 
ledge, faget alle^, x&oA ifjr aud) nur bauon iviffet; dites tout 
ce que vous en favez. 

Beft:, Adv. e.g. beft of all, (i jfl Um fo Otel bcflo bcffer/ 
tajjt mieux. I like that beft of all, mil' gcfdilet Vu^ii wm 
ter Q\\tt[ am hi^Clhj'aime mieux cela, que toute autre cho- 
fe. Every man likes his own things bcft, cIncm t'ebcn 

gcfnllen (cm frtd)cn fur alien aiibcrn , p^rfonne n'efime 

rien tant que ce qui cjl a lui. To ftrive, who shall do 
beft, tvctfeii/ irer ti m\ beflcn tm, faire a I'envi, ou par 
emulation. 

♦ Beftail, 5". brt^ m\>, bhail. 

To bcflead one, fic^ gegcn tixun nB cincn freunb crjei^ 
gen/ itjm cine freunbfd^afft t^mi/ i^m bcl)ulfflicl& fctjn obcc 



B E S. B E T. BET- 6i 

bittttttife montrer ami de quelqu^un^ lui f»ire unUur </' 
ami ^ le fe^-vir. 

Beltial, bc't; '• ^' bete. 

To beftink. ;ti , mit cutem gejtflttcf 

t^\x\\iXi, emfua-.iiiyyysihpii.- ili puanteur. 
,To beftir one's felf, fic^ bsmu^fl ^)^cr kflcipigCJt/ ^/rf 
agiffhnt, fe remuer, s' intriguer. 

To beftow, etroag gcbeii/ fpcntirert/ ft^cttcfm; etaa^ati^ 

went C 11/ dnlegCH/ tJUSlegen/ domter^ faire preftr.t; em-\ 

floyer, depenfer. To beftow a charity upon an indi- que; prefage. 

gent perfon, eiHCm nPtbbiirffttgcri mcttfe&Ctl cin iJlmCKil; Bkony, hctmxtn, betoiae. 

OtChcn/ /ai/g la charite a une perfomse indigent e. To be- | Betook (jt \iai imperf. uilt) partlcipium VPtl to betake. 

flow a landnefs upon (on) one, ctiicm eitie frcunbjc^aftit ^ To betriy, etrea^ ucmit^ciT/ ocrEauifeti ; ctroa^ cntbcdct!/ 
(ot)cr SttUtt) iXXOii\ci\, faire uneftnjeury rendre un hon offi- ' OJfcubarcJl/ trahir. He has betray'd me into the hands 
ce a quelqu'un. To beftow coiT:, Me unfojlen aufttciibcti/ 1 of my enemies, tt ^at mjc^ tti bie ^dtit>e mcttter fembe iV' 

faire de la depenfe. How will you beftow your fell? , tergebetly // fii'a livre par trahifon entre les mains de mes 
was troUct ibc t{)UU? (onfangcn? uorue^mcn?) ^^/^ vou- enjionis. To betray one to deftruftion & ruine, cincrt 



betide thee, tvc^c tic ! t)ie ftoncf^cit ^ote bid^/ yw malbeur 
te puijje a'niver, mat t'en prenr.e. 

Betimes, 5 citltd)/ bcJ) je««n; \cv.^ttde bonne beure, as- 
fez ttt ; de ban matin. 

Betle, betre, lUta'cfitcr pfctfct/ du poivre batard. 

To betoken, ctwjs bcbciitcH/ anjcigcn ; »orI)ec bcbeu^ 

tcn/y/5"K/.^fr, marquer ; prefager. 

f Betokened, bcbcutct/ ange5eiget,K..^w/M ^c. 
Betokening, biebcbcBtung/anjeigung ; m \t\^m, mar- 



lex vcus faire ? a quoi voulez, vous vous occuper ^ To be- 
ftow a pair of horns upon one's husband, beni marillC ijor- 
n?r auffCficri/ t'^n JUni brth;irct) mac^Ctt/ faire porter les 
comes a fon mari. To beftow a great deal of pains upon 
a work', Dtcl mii^C CUf i\m arbett nJCItbctl / /rw^^^ beau- 
coup de peine pour un ouvrage. To beftow a daughter, 
f?inc toittcr succ^egebcn/ uer^cprat^cti/ marier fa fille, 

la donner en luariage. 

Beftovved, gejl^cncfct / angftvenbet/ jf. //ow^f', ^-w- 

pkye, &c. , 

Beftowing, brt^ fc^cncfCH/ anWCtlbeil/ raflion de don- 
ner^ <^c. 

t Beftria, beftraught, nmifd}, Urtfitinig/ /otf , /«- 

fnp. 

Beftrid, beftrldden , bcf4nttCtt / gcrJttCtt, bmtUtl, 

TKonte. 



^eimlic^ fits duferflc pcrbcrbeiibnngen/ i^n niiiiiren/ /)<?- 

OTf r la ruine de quelquun , le perdre. 
Betray'd, uerrattjClt JC. trabi. 

Betrayer, cin ^ivcit^tx , bet H tjcrrdt^/ offenbarct, jj^i 

trabit , traitre. 

Betraying, ba^ WWat^cn/bieSfrtdt^CrcP/ I'aSiion detva- 
hir, trabifon. 

Betre, f. Betle. 

To betroth, citi »crfi?rc($cn/ ocrlobcn , jur c^e iufagen, 

promettre, fiancer. 

Betrothed, jjcrfproitctt/ t'Ctlobct/ promis, fance. 

Betrothing, bic t)Crfprcc^UItg , \iiX\^H\^ 1 fan^ailles, ac- 
cordailles. 



Bett, I'. Bet, &:c. 

Bettee, eiii brc($;eif€tt cbcr cifent recrcfjcug/ womit bie 

biebe bic f^ureil aufbrcc^CH/ infirwnent defer dontfefer- 

To beftride, ctiwa^ bcf($reitctt , flur" CtWiJd rcutcn, nurV xv;;/ /e-j voleurs pour forcer les p mes. 

ftcigen; auffiRCIl/ f/?v ajT:s dejfus jambe dega jambe de la. Better, A. bcJiFcr/ meilleur. My better angel, nicitt lic^ 

"'vj'^t/' 1 B.- ^^^ cngcl/ mcin licbcs citgelc^ett/ tnon doux .ange. I can 

Beihink, fttncFettb gemac^t/ empuanti. make no better shift, ic(> fan fcin aiibcr ttjittcl treffcn, je 

Bet, cine rcctte, pari, gageure. [ n at point d' autre rcffcurce. I defire no better play, icft 

To bat, ami icgcrt cine roette imn, urn cma^ ttettcn/ , Jjcrlangc nicfitcin bcffcr fpicl/ i(^ moJ>tc c^ nid;)t bciTcr f)a- 

f^r^^'. /^'"^ une gageure, parter. \ bcn,> «^ demande pas plus beau jeu. - For your better 

To betake ones felf, ficf) bcgebcn, ftc^ crgcbcn, fic^ auf \ underftanding of it, burtiit ii)X ti bcfTct begreiifcn mogct, 

Ctn>al legcn/ s addonner , s'appliquer. 1 betake myfelf to ' pour vous le faire mieux comprendre. To be better, mcfit 

my itudy, tc^ge^cittmeiaejtubier-'fiubc/if w'^v/^/^iwoM '---•'- . - 

etude.The french betook themfelves to a ranning fight,bic 
5ran^ofenfiengcnf:c5 fecf/teiiban iu rctiriren obct"iurjicf ju 

itcben/ Its Francois ccmmencerertt a je battre en retraite. 
* To betake one's felf to one's heels, (to flight,) bar^ 



ton laujfcn, ferfcn-'gelb gebcn , th fTuc^t ncfrnten, jairoer, 

senfurr , gagner au piS. He betook hiiiilelf to Csefar 
for his proteftor, cr f)at fic^ unter \>ti Caefaris proteai- 
on bcgcbeW; il fe mit fous la proteSlion de Cefar. To 
betake one's felf to one's weapons, gcfc^^inb JU ^t\\ mi^^ 
rc:i aumn, prendre promtemcnt les armes. I betook 

myieii to my old mde, ic^ kgte mic^ iticbcr fluf mcin 
ucncicd l)anMrcrcf, ic^fxcng mciiic a\u m\\t ftieber an , ie 

reprts mon premier metier. To betake a thing, ciltClJt 

ttmi oertraucHy in oema^rung gebcn, confer quelque cbo- 

Je a quelcun. •/ a a 

J' J|j^^'^^ °"^*^ ^^^' ^^ tstencfcn, uberrcgcn,/<?«^«-, 

Bethdught, bcbacf;t/ c\fi le'prith-it du verbe to be- 
think. 

Bethlem, f. Bedlam. 

To betide, befallen / jU^CJfcO/ «;7-/wr, tFvenir. Woe 



(obcr bcjfcr) wcrt^ fepn, mcf)r geltcn/ bctJcr fct)n, v/^/o/V mi- 
eux, etre plus. He is much the better man, bicfcr ill uicl 
beffcr benn cr / ((cncr/) // f/? ^vt-w />/»x que lui. To make 
better, tcrbcftctn/ bcffcr nia<:^cn/ faire ou rendre meilleur^ 
amender. To grow better, fid^" bcifcniy fidj bcffct autfuf)- 
rert/ (yet^flltCtt/) devenir meilleur, s^ amender; \\6) bcffcr 
befi'.ibcn/ bcfftr auf fetjn/ gcfunb votx'Htn, fe porter mieux, 
amender, feref aire. P. The better day, the better deed, 
icbeiTer bcrtag ifi, k bcjfcr mu§ iu thit fet>n, <» ton jour 
bonne ceuvre. For better for worfe, f. Worfe. 

Better, S. iai bcftc / ber nusen/ Portr»cil/ get»ittti/ -ar/w- 
//?g-ff. Who has got the better on't? njcr f)at gcwon? 
nen? qui a eu Pavantage? To give one the better of it, 
cinem acic^cn/ nacfigebcn/ cincm gciDoimcn gebeii/ ccdcr I' 

avantage a quelqu'un. Our betters, unfcrc CDCnt, bic 
u6er vmi finb/ nos fuperieurs , ceux qui font au dejjits de 
nous. 

Better, Adv. bcffct, mieux. I had better not toh ave 
told it, t(^ fjifttc bc)Tcrgct()an/ (c^ torn bcijer gewc^it/) 
»»cnn id; nid;t cin n?ort bauon gcfagt h^Uc, faurois mieux 

fait de n'en dire mot. So much the better, um fs Oicl t)t: 

ItO bcffer/ tant mieux. Tea foot high, & better, |e1)Cfi 

H 3 fuf 



62 



BET. BEW. 



fu(? ^OC^/ mb (tmi fcruber / /jauf dc dix phz , <hf au delh. 
As long agiiin, & better, noc^ enin:«l)l fo laita, «^^ Ctn5a5 
lattgciV unefois plus hug^ <^ au dela. Better-cheap, bcp 
fCV fimff/ lUi?l)lfcilcr/ « vuilUur marchi. Do you know 
me no better than fo? fontiet t^r cuc^mcliicr nic^tttjcitcr 
erintieni? fetmct if>rmic& nia^t bcfTcri' w/'/jx'f^ vousgu{>i1. 

jusqu'a ce point la} I thought better of it, IcT) ^a&e tie fa^ 

c^e bejTct ultcdcgt/ ic^ ^nbe nuc^ bcjTcr beDac^t/ je me fws 

enjin ravip. What shall I be the better for't? ttta^ JVJi'b 

if> mx t)elffen? n>a^ fut nHBCtt t»ci't>e tc^ Jjauon (viIkit? 

quel prop m'en reviendra fil} I ho\'e my wife the bet- 
ter for "it, ic^ %(x\)t mein tDcJ5 nut bcflo mebr licb/ urn tic-^ 

fee urfac^en tviUcU/iVw «/«? d'avamage mnfennns. I 

take it fo much the better, tc^ Inn utn fo isicl ticfto ntc{)r 

'tamit \\\ fricbcn / j'enfuis d'autmt plus fatisfait. The 

better I knew him, the more I liked him, ic me^f Ic^ Jbu 

t)abe fennen IcrncM/ li' beffcr cr mir gefatieu i^at/plusje/'ai 

connu, plus j cil fnh d^ejHniL' dc lui. 

To better, ctnjae jjcvbelTei'ti/ beffcf macf^tt/ in cineti bef- 

fern ftanb bvlligctl/ rendre meilkur^amcnder, ameliorer. 
To better one's fortune, reid) Werbcil/ (tl fcilKC nfi()rutl(5 
iUUet)men/ fctnc fortune niac^C!l//t^ pouffl'}-, iavancer^f ai- 
re fa fortune. To better one's fell', to better one's pen- 
nyworth, cirtcn beffcrii fauff atitreifeii/ ivot)lfetler faujfen/ 
acheter a meilleur marche. To better himfelf, c^ flnbci'^; 
nsC fcetfcr flntr;ffctt/ trouver fon avantage ailleurs. 

Bettered, cjebcffcrt/ vecbejfert/ devenu meilkiir, amende. 

Bettering, t>tc »crbcjfcrint9/ t)fl^ cerbfffeni/ iC. raflion de 

rendre meilleur^ ifc. 

Betting, Hi WettCtt/ Va&ion de parier. 
Betty, f. Bettee. Bett)^, ^. ail jlatt Elizabeth. 
Between, betwixt, itt)ifcf)eil/ biXX\Kt\\'&)VX, entre. The 

fpace between, bcr raum,,. plai?/ uiitte cber mxXi, fo brtr- 

in>ifcl)en ilT/ rentre-deux. There's but three days diffe- 
r^jnce between their age, cS fiiib tiic^t met)r aU bret) tQ,?,t 



BEW. BIA. 

To be wet, f. To wet. 

Bewilder d, ucvivcrrc!!/ jjcvtvlrrt/ ijcrftuntntct / 'mi, ii\x\i 

f.r fid) fclbjl/ fcT^eU/ Wtlb flU|Tef)Cnb/ cff'are, tout eperdu, 
tout trouble. 

To bewitch, eilten bcjawbcrit , be^ejf^n, enforceler, char- 
mer. 

Bewitched, bel^e^Jt; irre tm fopffe, Dcmim/ beftiirut, 

eaforcele, enchante ; trouble, hors du fens, epouvante. He 

is bewitched with her, er if} o«rt<5 vo:! ihr cingcnomutcti, cc 

l)at bcii nari'eii an \\)X (icfreffeB/ // fw ?/? eoeffe {cntite:) 

Bewitchery, 5. jaubcr-funib fccjam)crung/ l)al9it(ivris 

i^ei' cigcnfiun / fortHege , enjorcekment , emetemer^, opini- 
atrete. ' 

Bewitching, S. Ui bejauknt/ K. bicjaubcret)/ ^c)revc9, 

Faclion d' enforceler, ^c. enchantanent, charme. 

Bewitching, A. beji^ubcmb/ bcthorcub/ ctuncl^nicnb/ a«s 

locfenb, anmut!)i^ , ckarmant. 

Bewits, XioA U\>it , m tt»c!c^c^ W fiOcUcit eineS ^abic^t^ 

ancicbUUbCR finb/ culr, ou les grillcts de roifeau font at- 

tiuhez. 

To bewray, etma^ ucrmt^eit/ eittbcefett/ offenbarcn/ tm- 

hir, decouvrir. f, auc& To bcrav. 

Beyond, ubeC/ aufiTei*/ jcnfett/ aiif becanbern fcitC/ 
me'^i; aB, roeitcr; dou ber anbcni feitC/ ^V/i, an dela, 

outre, plus loin; de dela. Beyond nieafure, iibcj* bit 
maffeU/ ftberau^ fel)r/ omre mefure, excejjivemcnt , trop. 
Beyond what is fiifHcient, mcljl' oXi flJIug iff/ plus qu'il ne 
faut. To ftay beyond one's time, ju lange auj|cnb(ei- 
bert/ fj(^ Uerrocilci!/ tarder trop long terns, pajfer fonheure. 

To eat beyond digeftion, mc^r clfcn alei man yerbaucti 

l(il], manger plus qu'on ne f^auroit digerer. 'I'hey enga- 
ged themfclves beyond retreat , fje ^ilttCtt fid^ fj) tvett ill 
lin feit>tcn cingclaffen/ H^ fie nid;t wicbev it)ren abjug ma# 

C^cnfontett/ Us s'engagerent trop etvant pour peuvoirf aire 
retraite. To be beyond the reach of the dart, fei)n/tt)0 



jwifc^en i^um oXUx, oJ i^t tmx fo alt aB ba* anbcve, bi|?| eiucn ber vfeil nic^t trejtcn Uw, etre hors de la portee du 

W.\bXi,'^X<\Ottiihi'y a que trois jours de difference dans leurVtrait. To go beyond one's depth, fibec beil fcpft in:J 
a^e, ils font d'tin meme age a trois jours pres. Between tt)flffcr gc'^ert/ perdre pie en I \au. To go beyond, cttva^ 

wind & water, ganij nal)c am reaffer/ ^art «m ttjaffct/ «!ubcrj'd^eiten/ roeitcr geljcit/ jenfeit^ gd)eu; cincra uberle-- 
fieur d'eau. Between whiles, juiveilcti/ uon ifiXt \M jcit/ gcu fct)n/ i()n ubcrti'cffcii/ ii)m c^ ju»cr t^ttn; eincn t)tntcr? 



eon einet scit jui; anbcrn/ ^V tems en terns. 
Betwixt, f. Between. 

♦ Bevel, y frumme/ fc^avffet' tvincEel/ quer-feite/ coude, 

angle aigu, enfoncement, travers. 

Bevel, adj. frumnt, nacJ) ber guerc/ fibcrjwcre^/ qui ejl 

biais, qui eji a angle aigu, enfonce, de travers. 

Bevel, ein gcwiije^ recrcficug eine^ vxmxtxi, beuveau. 
Bever, bas ucfpcr-'brcb ; Hi uifier cine5 t)clmc^; rinbie^ 

^Xi gcutei vijiere de casque", hievre. 

Beverage, cine cellatioU/ jec^c; cin !u^Ienber trancf oojt 
n>ein (ober apffel-nioft) gemac^t/Unb mit waffer uerniifc^t/ col- 
lation-, boijf'm rafraichijpinte. To pay beverage, juni'be-' 
flttt Obcr JU Dertrinefen %i\)i\\, payer a boire. 

Bevy, ein ffug (vogeh) eine^eerbC/cin ^auffen; cine ge^ 



ge^eU/ t)intcrfd)lcicI;)Cn / /•«//«', pa£er au dela i furpajfh-i 
circonvenir. 

Beyond-fca, A. Hi ']tW^t\t bent meere i^, d'outrcmer. 

B.eazantlcr, bcr anbere afl uon Hw l)oriierH eine^ Ijirfcf;-' 

genjcil)e^ / fecond andouHler. 
Bezant, f. Bcfant. 
Bezantlcr, f Beazantler. 

Bezel, bezil. Hi fflfllein ctnc^ fteirt^ m einent m^t,chn' 

ton d'une bague. 

B^zoar, bezoar-ftone, cin bCJOfltflcin/ bezoard. 

To bezzle, fauffcn/ pra|fen/ i(i)\mnu\\, immcrju jec^cn 

Unb fauffcn/ ckopiner,yvrogner. 

,Bias, "ik gcgenb, H cine fugel k, fid) jufc^r aufbiccine 
fcite ncigct; bcr <i.h\)mo, ; bic nei^ung / junciguiig, fort; 



fcUfdjafft; yerfaninilung / volee, troupe; ctimpa^nic, cer-\ penchant; peute, inclination. * The bias of all this dis 



cle. Bevy-grcafc , fctt i>on Cinem rc^bOCfe/ ^''^{^ ded-e 
vrcuil. 

*Tobewjiil,etwa^ bcflagett/beweincrt/ betraurcn/ />/«'»- 

dre, dephrer. 

Bewiilcd, bcflagt/ bcrocint/ plaint, deplore. 

Bewailing, Hi bCiVcinen / IC. plainte, railion de plain- 
dre , iffc. 

To bewhre, iufe'()cn/ fid) t>ufcn, fic^ ttorfe^cn/ ober vx «c^>t 

ne |>»tien / /<? ^«^<^v'r , prendre garde. 



courfc was eo shew, bie gan^c rcbe licltc brauf, urn atu 

JUieigetl/ le but de tout ce difcours etoit de fair e voir. To 

go (to run) a bias, fid) fluf bie. cine feife im gcl)en iii)<t 

lauffen jiebcn / prendre fa pente. To fet a bias upon , f. 
to bias. To cut bias, ctn?a6 fl^^lintnt/ rtuf \>k fcite cbcr 

frUOtnt fd)neibcn/ couper de biais, ou dc travers. To put 

one out of one's bias, cincttt flikfatifjcn uon ctn>a3 jn re* 
Hw, bauon cr nicbtts wcifi, cinen \i\ fd^inbcn niad)cn/ con- 
fundiren/ in feinem vcr^abcn ^inbern^ deforiemei- , decon- 

certer. 



BIA. BIG. 

enter i ou demonUr quefqu'-an. You force the nc 
bias of the fable, f: i : •. r^ r. "r ft ^C!! Xt&t:\\ tcrtlant" fccr • 
V6US 'forcez U ■'■'■ faille- 1 he bias oi ia- 

rereft , t'ic mid: : .... ; : bcr ei'jcrir.UB \)it , la for- 
ce de rintcTit. 
To bias, ctt' 
^%Xi, ii li. 
tbar.t. 

l»<ftn; 
gagmr 

BiaJfed, «uf bie \t\ii gcbrac^t m* 
as. To be bialTed to a party , 
ffpn, fluf cinc^ fcite, obct pan 

un parti J etre partial. 

Bil' , cm I'.ipn.eii ot>cr gcijfcrtttc^ ; cutw fint^s faagfldfcfi- 
;3tV«». A bib-apron, cJnc^ f ini>c^ fd^urBc 
. :ni tabliir a bavetts. 

Id -:j, cpre tcfreiT uuJ) Xxv\^i\\,xmdzxi: firoter. 
Bfljber, r. Win.^-bibber. 

T-.- f fbble, blafcn ttufrocrjfcti/ t»lflf«n niijc^cn/ aufivaHcrt/ 



BIG, BIL. 



<J3 



auftJe f:itc tangent) cbcr iicigcnb ma; 

.V-, inclinr-f-, dor.7ier un certain pen- 

i ::e , cinctt ubcitetcti / gcirinnca / a\M 

cincit iujjor ciimc^ricri / auf fettic fcitc brinaen/ 
, attirer quelqu' un; privenir., preoccuper qucl- 



iche, iffc. f. To bi- 



Bibii , tie ^ihd , bit i}ul fd)Xif\t, la Eibhy la Jaime f- 
ciiture. 

' : , raijln fauvage. 
rrcitcsi / jancEtn/ ^bvm, dijp»- 



Bicane, ciltc ir" 
To bicker, .. 
ter, qurrdlcr y ' 
Bickerer, i". ; 
Bickerinjj, tci i 



dijpute, querelley cbamailUs 



: .hX/ dij'puteur, querelleur. 



'■:, -fro^tgc* Wcrte, ftoltse rcbcn, de groffes paroles, des pa- 
feres. To look big, trPBifl uni) ^utr aurf;he:t, iic^ 
ItciB UJtt) ^OC^mutbJq (luffubr?^/ ^^ porter taut, aveJr'a 
mine frre. P. He looks as big as bull-beef, cr \\<^T\it 
tfjinR trCpig aui, il a U regard e.xtremcmentficr. He locks 
big upoa me, cr fic^ct raic^fiuer an, il me re^arde de bant 
c 73 bos. She begins already to look big, fjj friegt fc^Otl 
eincn iidctl Xd^Ja grojpffe paroit deja, le tablier cummen^ 
ce deja a lever. He has a mind too big for his eflate, Zt 
fiUrct fid^ ubcr fciti scnno^cii auf; H le porte trop haut. 
To go big with a project, &Mn anfc^UT im finne ^aben/ 
ffVo/V <rw projet fort en the. To be big with expefta- 
rtfci? actPcgcH • tious, fjcf> »tclcrlcn arcfK l^citnung macbca, tn-oir de gran- 
pcitcber vers\ dcs efperances. Big with pride, ftpls , iiuucblafcil/ enfie 
d'crgueil. Bi'g-Di-pped fuilian, tauter fcardict/ bcr ttklc 
grotTc tUOllc %Q,t,fytaine a gros grain. Big-bodied, 0?!t 
aroiTcni lo<tC / fctt / tide , gros, gras, replet. Big-bellied, 
$rcjbdiicf;U/ niitcinem groiJcn (>au(^e/ vgtstru, 'qui a un 
gros ventre. 

Bigainy , tic ^cptat^ jaepcc xtdUx, jiBcpfflc^cr c^cfla«&/ 

bigamie. 

Bigamiil:, cincT bcr jtBco wctbcr ^at/ bigame. 

Bigger ift bcr compar. »e:t big. 

Biggin, cine fia&er^aubC/ beguin. 

Bignefs, Mc bicf C C5)cr groffC/ g^ojfeur , grandeur. 

Bigot, ein ttbergldubifdicr/ citi hcuchicr, glcipnery ^/^/, 
bigote, faux devot, un ou »»<• hypocrite. A Roman bigot 
ci;l akrgldubifd^cr CatbDlicfC/ «« mangeur dcn-ucifx. 

Bigotiiin, bigorr}^ bic ficut^clcp, glclpticrc^/ b« akt- 



.' ^•>T.tt -^ ^r«,m,^Ji i. »..; /«„- >. v;» ctilubC/ b:gotr,-ie, fuperftitibn. 
' ".titctt/ X ccmmanae, a qui i on a ait - -„, ' '*j ^ ■' •' •', ■- 
■ .. - -x- t • 1 '^ Biffotred. ott fin a\ti\int\ 



de {■ ' , ^c. \. To bid. 

cincn ivX pre- 

Jer.ter:, irr. , „ __ _._ . ..,, .,., .....ua&J 

fcijicD nc^tncn , dire adieu a quelcun. To bid one good 
night or good inorrow, cinciii et:ic gutc n::d;t obcr cincn 
pUtcn nioracn rouufil^en / donr.er la btm:u nuity ou le bon 
J6ur a que.'lu'un. To bid the banes of matrimony, cinc 
Vw^i'm ihz abtunbigcn cbcr aufbicteti/ pubHerJe's bans. 
To bid a holy-day, cirtcn fe#;tiig aHuilbigcil, anntncer 
ur.efcte. To bid up, bictcity ubcrtictcrt/ fieiacrn, mcf)r 
flUf cin bing bictCIt, aw':; rjurdire. * To bid a boon, 
tJncn um cine gcibc c;: manderune grace. 

* Bid-de, b;'.i--:i . ■ -,M, ^^rju cin nptnburffiti-' 

' , ta er brmi f)P<fct, b<x% 

• ^ le^flc^cn tpcrbctj/ /»v/Vff- 
/...: fi.i tiiiiis d'iiii bomnie indigent, qui efpire de rscevoir 
d'eux quelque fecours dans fes necej/itez. 

Bidden, f. Bid. 

Bidder, ,9. bcr pbcT ^J> bcjtchlt/ ctiilubet, k. bcr bci mc;-' 

* ■ celui ou celle qui commande, 
ur a une encbere ou rente. 



Bigotred, bcr cin glci^ncr cbcr aberglaubifc^ worbctTy 

devcr.u bigot. 

Bilaniw, cine ort cinc^ gtanbnfc^cn fc^ifft^/ belandre^ 
belande. 

Bilaws, f. By-laws, untcr By. 

Bilboes, cine art bcr ftrafc untcr ben (tt^lmtm/ forte de 
cb£t intent parmi lesgens de marine. 

Bile, ei:tc bculc, cin gcfchnjilr, blnrfc^trar/ etou, ulcere. 
Bilge, \. Bulge. 
"Bilged, f. Bulged. 

Bilious, gaUtjiTiftig, iur gaKe gc^wigy c^olcrtfd^y billeux^ 

colere. 

To bOk, ctnen bctrtcgcn< nic^t bcja^Icn, i^ixxt bcjal^lung 

bacon gc^Ctty tiomper, frufrer, s' en aller fans payer. 

Bilked, bctrogcHy in Kincr ^ffhung UXxtit^ ,yrompi, 

frufire. 

Biit, A. an flaft William. 

Bill, bcr f»^:tabel mti t^gcB; cine Bcacbarbc; eiii 

flcmcr brief yciii jcttel, cine han^f<$^itft; cine fc^ulb-tjcr* 

fciirc:bi!:r], cine oHigaricn; tva. bcncf-- jcttel y cin au^in?/ 

jing; ciac flage; jjerjcit^nig y cin rcgifter; citi 

vfy bee \ baUcbcrde ; billet,eniteau ; billet, confes- 



/)!.•. ;;:g, cOr bctC^ICH, It. cin bcfc^ly gcljcifiy Paflion de Jiviiueditte\ memoire,particSi accufation; li]le,catalcguei 
,7;ot^.;..v;-, (^c. (^mmandemtnt, ordre. ferpe. Hedgin^-bill, cil fcJ^nirtiaciTcryp-^f.' Brown-bill, 

10 bide, f. io abme. cinc art eines pfcilesy efp.ee de dard A bill-man, eincr 



•f/ de deux ans. 
ill, efpece de cbaffts 



Biddy, A- rt» ^<X\t Bridger. 

Biennial, jmer ; 

Bier, beer, 
de bjis pour (on r 

l^ig. m%, bicf; jrorcf; gros^ grmid; fort. A wo- 
man big -.vith child, • - - --auy unefemme^rof 

■L"'^ -"^ ^'^' ''" ''" ^"W U:ib irolfic 

WCrti au?ltO|fcny parU. ....„, ,., .: ^„ nnfer. Big words. 



bcr bicbaume ^u^etuiU) bcfc^ncibct, c?h: r,u: y --r.-.-ivou 
t utile Us arbres. Bfll-fall , cin •' A 

bill under one's hand, cine lira ': e* 

bcr cMigationy billet , promeffe fus fiing prnf. A bill 

let up on a poft, cin \md,'f» dxi ma ptcficn angcfv^U^ 
ge!l i]l, une aficbe. To bnd the bill (of indictment,) 
fine anFlage -CiniC^mcny recevoir r accufation, ou I'acie 
d' accufation. A bill ol complaiar, cinc flajCy ttftt plain- 

te 



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te. A bill In chancery, ciu ItJOrt'PVOd'ef ; procez verbal. 
To read a bill in pailiament , cincn JCttel oScr CttlC bill im 
VarliiimcntC (cfeit / lire un bill, ontm projetd'afle. A bill 
ofexchangc,cinn)Cd)fel''t)ricf;»«<? lettre de change. A bill 
of divorce, citl fd)ci&C;l)rtef^ lettre de divorce. -The bill 
and anlvver of plaintiff and defendant , tie auflage beiJ 

fldger^/ tmt> t)e8 befc^ullttgtcn antirort barauf/ avertijj'e- 
inent. A bill of lading, cttie ^rtttb ; fc^rift; won'nneu'tcc 
f(^tffer crfcnitct / baji cr bicfe obcr jenc Wrtarm in fcin fcfjtif 

eitipfftngen ; conmi^ljhnent , lettres de carguaijon. A bill 

-of ftore, cin*5ettcr»c>m5oll4nufC/ Uf, mm fcin fcf>iff i^ro- 

tjiaittiten tltag i permijjion d avit filler tin vaiJJ'eau. A bill 

of fuffcrance , cmjcttelvomsoU^t'nft/ OrtC'itintt etltc^c roaa^ 

rcn ubcr t>ie fee fd;tcf en Hx^ / permijjton d envoyer quelque 
marchandife par mer. 

To bill , ftc^ fcl^ndbeln rote tie U'&\>t\\ t^Un / J* entrebaifer 
commefont les pigeons. 

A biU-berry, etnc^eibcl^bcere/ meurede ronce. 

* Billemenrs, tvcibcr^leibung Obcr fc^muc!/ parme. 

Billet of wood, ctn fit>cit4)pl8/ kuhe de bois. A billet for 
quarter, enieirtqunttinui(l«iJCticl^ billet pour faire loger les 

foldats. Billet (billot) of gold , etnflumpcn oberniaJTa gol- 

t)e^/ lingot d ' or. Billet doux, f. Love-letter. 

To billet a foldier, eincn folbaten mit etnem jettel einquar- 

tieten loger unfoldatpar billet. 

Billiards, fa^ tnicE- tafcl-fj-Hd/ billardfjeu de billard. 
BiUiard-ftick, bcftrucf*tafcb(lOCl; billard. Billiard-bail, 
tiefugel bcffclbcn fricle^, la bilk. 

BiUings-gate-dratory , (rhetorick,) bic jlud)e»bcn unb 

fc^cltciibcu rcbensJ - nrten, fo man ju £onbon an bcm ofte / ge- 
nonnt Billings-gate, untcr bcm gcmcinen yolcfe ^wet/ le lan- 
guage des halles. 
Billow, eine meer-wcUe/ groffe njaffer^ttjogc/ vague de mer, 

houle. 

BHiy,^. an j!att William. 

Bin,f. Been, unb Binn. 

Bind, cine 't)Opffcn'VanclC//<^f''«^«?^ ou tigede houblon. 

To bind, €ttt)a^ bitibettf i)efften, fniipffcrt; cincn ut-- 

%\\x\iiXi, ycrpflic^tcn / gan-oter. Her ; engager , obliger. 
My mother bound herfelf with, a vow , mclnc mutter 
%9X ein gelubbe gct^an/ Jna mere fit un voeu , ella volia. 
To bind a book, till hnd) Innbcn, relier un livrc. To 

bind the belly, ben Icib (Icpffcn; Dcrfiopffen; uerftopfft ma* 

C^)cn / rejjerrer le ventre , cofifiiper. To bind a bargain 

with earned , ctncrt gefc^lojfcncn fauff ober '^anbel gcrcif' 
mac^en/ inbcm man gelb wxam gicbt, arreter un marchS 

en donnant des erres. To bind a fervant, cinen ^au§J 

fnec^toberbicnei' burc^ cincn miet^ - pfennig cbcr burc^ ci* 

ne OCl'fcf;reibung VCthinHn, Arreter, ou retenir un dome- 
fiique. When sleep binds up our fcnfcs , nscnn bcr 

fd)laf unferefinnenl)cmmct/ quand le foTnmcH ajjiupit ms\ 
fens. To bind with galoon , mit gnlonctt ccrbtemcrt / ein* j 
faffen/ nsit fcibenen fpitjenOorbircn obcr bcfcBcrtf border de\ 
galon.To bind one apprentice,cinen )ungen obcr mdablciti in 

bieiud)tunblc^rc«t>crgeben/?w?^^^^ quelquun enapprentif- 
fagc. To bind up a wound, cine WUnbC Uettillben/ panfer\ 
ufte playe. I 

Binder, book-binder, eirt buc^binbCC/ un relieurdc li- 1 
vres. Binder, %XX(>^i , \i^i bcn Icib DCCflopift mac^et/ un\ 
ajbingent. 

Binding, r.ba^binben, /V(7/o«^^ //Vr, (&•<:. f To bind 
The binding offtones.ttjcnn man bicflcinc m einanbcr fcffe i 

Xaa&jtt, la liaij'on des pierres. Binding (of books,) ba^butf)' 

binbcn/ bcr banb an Hw bud^cvn/ relieure. I 



BIN. B I R. 
[ Binding, A. tinbenb ; ucrbittbenb; ben lci6 »crj!opffcnbf 

qui lie:, qui engage; ajiringent. 

Blnd-weed, cirt fvaut/ gcnamit convolvulus , w/«- 
bilis. 

Binn, cin brob-fc^rattcf/ tin m, barein man ptoDiant, Ijakr, 
flflfc^cnjc.ucrfdjlictTct; ein (anger brob^forb/ reduit oit I'on 

ferre des provijions •■, manne. 

Bipartite, in jn)C»)t^cilcgetl)eilct/ divifeendeux. 

Birch, t\\u t\\t\)t »on bircFcn-rcifv cine rnt^c / verge debou- 

leau, les verges. Birch-rree, eilJ btrcf cn*baum, boulcau. 

Birchen, von bircFcn-rcif , i>j>n eincra birdfcn 4aum^ 

de bouleau. 

Bird, ein DOgcl/ unoifeau. To hit the bird in the eye, 

cetrcjfen/ Ui \kX treffen/ wm fac^c gar woljl trcffert/ tou- 
cher ajt but, rencojitrcr. P. Birds of a feather will flock 
together, glci'cf) licbet fcincS gleic^Crt, chaque chofe aime 
fon fcjnblable. P. One bird in the hand is worth two 
in the bush, \6) luill Ucbcr ti<xi gc«5tffc fiir brt^ ungctDttTt 

nc^mcn / mieux vaut un tu I as, que deux tu I' auras.P.Thc- 
re is no catching old birds with itraw, bic flltcn tJOgel lajfeil 
fic^nicl?tlcicl)tfangen/ on fie py-ends pas les vieux oifeaux a 
lapipee. * To hit the bird in the eye, t)i\\ nagcl trcffett/ 
feincn jn)CCf crrcic^Cnr m/^/^f>-^«^«/, rencontrer. p. To 

kill two birds \yith one ftone, }t\>e»Krlci) arbcit auf cinmabl 
ycrvicl)tcrt/ faired' une pierre deux ccftps. * A newgate- 
bird, cinfc{)clm f ein golgen-'ftt'^tngcl / cin bofcr uogcl, »» 

fcelerat , an pendar't , gibier de potence. (Newgate ifl CJrt 
gcfflngni§ in SonbOn / Newgate ejl une prifon de Londres.) 

■^ An unlucky bird, ein fcljiimmcr oogcl/ cin lcid)tfcrtiger 
bubC/ un mechant garnement. Bird-call, einc lOcE^pfciffCr 

bamitberuogel'ficlicrbicyogellocfct/ a^eu, pipeau. Bird- 
lime, ber yogel'lcim f ^o-///. Bird-cage, ein wogcl -' baucr/ 

cage, voliere. A whores-bird, f Whore-fon. Birds-nell, 
ein JJOgcl-ncjl/ r.idd'oifeau. Bird-caccher, tin JJOgcl - jltcllcr/ 
oifeleur. Bird-fcUer, ciu UogcUftdnblcr/ oifelier. 

To bird, to go abfrding, togcl jlcllcn/ OOgcl flttflen, chajjer 
aux oifeaux. 

Birder, einyogel;f!eUcv/ «ogcl*fangcr/0//«'A"«r. 

Eirding, basVOgcl'llcUen/ bcnjogcl-fang; chajje-aux oife- 
aux. A birding-piece, ein S)Ogcl'rp{)r»«»/'(/^^- _ 
A birding-pouch, cinc Wcib'tafc^C/ unegibeciere. 
Birgander, cine tpilbc ganjj/ oyefauvage. 
Blrfed, f Studded. 

Birled, eittcrfrflucn ^aupt-ring^ baraiif fie etma^ trdgtf 

bomiet. 

Birth, cine art mcer-buttcn ober ^alb^pfd); efpece de turbot. 
Birth', bic gcburt; \)qA l)crFommcn i bic anfunft / bcr 

flamm ; bic f inbsj ( gcburt / naijf'ance ; extra f Hon ; cnfan- 
tement. She had two at a birth, ftc jcugctC JTOCI) finbcr/ 
elle a fait diux junieaux. A birch that had four puppies 
at a birth, cinc \iiU, fo »icr jungc ouf ctnmnfil gcbrac^tf 

lice qui a eu quatre pet its d' une portee. New-buth , \>ic 
tuicbcrgeburt / renailjance , reginhation. P. Birth is 
much, but breeding is more, ce ifl bcflfcr tt)Ol)t CrsOgCMf 
aI5 l)0'^e5 {)crfommcni fct)n / murriture paffe nature. A 
(trance unnaturalj birch , cinc Ungcflaltc gcburt; une pro. 
duflton conKe nature. Untimely birth , cinc unjCttigc 
gcburt r avortement , faujfc coucbe. The after -birth, bic 
nac^gcbnrt, afftcrbnrbC/ bic fccundini», r arriere faix. 
Birth, bcranfan^/ urfprung, comjuencement^fource. This 
is that which gave birth to fuch levere laws, bill gab gc- 
lcgenl)cit>bagmatifolc^cfc4)arffcgcfcSc macl>tc, c' efl ce qui 

donna lieu de fairs des loixfifevires. Biirh-place, cillC 
gcburt^'flabt/ le lieu de la nuijj'ance de quelqu'm. Birth- 
day, 



BIS. BIT. 

day, bcf gcburt^itaa/ iejour de la naijffance. Birth-right, 
t>k cr|l-geburr , tao rcc^t ^cl cr|l-gebebrnen/ droit d ' ahicjfc 

Birth-worr, efrcrlucct), l)»)lt«ur^/ arijioloche. 

Bishop, ctn 'iSifc^Off/ evii^ue. The bishops at chefs , tie 
narrentocUcniiii fdi-Kljcfptdcn/ uut) yetitcvcn cini^t, les 
fausaujiu des echics. Bishops-wort, fcpn)at,^er fUiilOiel 
foh^i-ete. 

* Bisliopping, tie ccnfinnirang ttntinm 55tfd^offC/ /a 

confrmation. 

Bishoprick,ct!j 55t^t^um/ evicbi. 

Bisk, bisque, ctnc oi't fof^lic^cc fuppcn, fo oonaUerf)anb 
lecfcr^aficn |ac|icn iimA<^t tciri) ; ctn fcf)l im baU-fpid/ 

h'nque. 

Bisket,5ifcot/pc9ma^l9cbaclcntro&y ^//iir/V. Seabiskct, 
brffot, fo man aufbcii fcfjtfferi iiTet, bij'cultdemer. 

BiTmure, n>it'!nut//e?/f di vieta/, dont on fait I etaim. 

Biirextiie, (5".) bet ]d)alt'tai, bijfexte. Bi/Texciie year, 
I)a0 r4)aU--jat!r/ annee bljJextUe. 

Bit, cin 5ijTcrt/ citl ^\xdt, morceau, piece. Tit-bid, f. Bid- 
'Adam's bit, ci:ic ()criju^(ic^ciii)e Sffc^tttultf aa I'cr fefcle ct- 
lu^cr UnUrfomme d'Adam. Never a bic, ganp nic^t^/ 
ni^t &a3 gcringjlC/ foint du tout , rien. Tis alinaught 

every bit of it, c3 if! ganij ni^M guM fcaran, //w^^ r;V7i 
debon. To keep for the laft bit, ettienlM')7e:i JuaiUcrlefit 
^^^\iir\ I garder pour f aire bonne bouche. Bit of a bridle, 
bO^gcbtV'Cinc^ jaiime^/ /r^/w, morsde bride. To bite on 
the bit, j)cti 5or» in fi4 fteffeti/ \vi) etn>a^ f)ctrtg rcucn (ofiTen ; 

CttBJd tTCU&i9 an^reiifcil / roKgerfonfi\'in ; prendre Icfrein 

aux dents. To draw bit, \iAi gcbip utid &em maute nc()mcn/ 
debrider. The bit of a key, fcic febec an cincui fa)lu|7el,, 
le penneton'd^une clef. 

Bit, gebtflfcn/ w7or^». He has bit of the bridle, er ^aW pr 
lUel gctroffcrt/ cr ^ats fc^recfltc^ »crfcf)en;/iU //W lediablepar 
la queue, ila mange de la vache enragee. 

To bit ahorie,cin«mpfcrtct>a^gcl)ipin«maul tljun, em- 

boucher un cbeval. 

Bitch , einc fjunbitt/ bcPe/ chienm. 
' Bite, citl bi§/ morfure. I defire but one bite , fdf) Jjerlange 

tturcincn big/ id) rotUnurctnmahlbauonbeifFeit/>»<'^?w/M- 

//^ ^»'^ _!' mordre unefois. 

t Bite, ein fall-jtrjcf/ cine faDC/ljjf, paneau^ baje., attra- 
pBy rufe. 

To bite, bctffctt/ mordre. To bire one's nails , Mc ndgcl 
anbenjingcrnnagen/ rongerfes angles. Pepper bites the 
tongue, pfeffer bciffct cinem bic JUngC/ le poivre pique la 
langue. The froft bites the grafs, bcr frc|i Uerbcrtet ^(Xi 
%XiXi, lageieefait mourir fes herbes. To bite off, abbcif-l 
ten, emporter la piece en mordant. To bite, Ctricn bctl'U- 

gcn/ bethomi, cincn ctn5a9 ubcrreben/ attraper, duper. To 
bite on (of) the bridle, ingreiTer«otl)flfc!cn, in anQii fcijn, 

etrereduit a I'etroit, tirrr le diablepar la queue. 

Biting, S. \i<xi bciljcn / cin h\%i I'aflion de mordre, &c. 
morfure. 

Biting, A. beiJTenb, (larcf ; fri^ig; ^ai^U^t> mordant, 

jort. 

Bitingly, ouf cine bciffenbc/ jiec^cnbe, fiac^lic^tc obcr 

Ipifjigc art/ d une mantere mordante, piguante, fa:v- 
rique. i i j j 

Birr, )'. Bit. 
^tn\iK'iWm^HXWil.i)Xit,hal>!tacle. 



BIT. B L A. 



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Bitted, ba^ gebig im maulc babcnb/ emboucbi. 

Bitten, gel>t)rcn/2C.;;w^i<,<y<:. f. To bite. A hardbitten 

dog, cin (;unb/ bcr ctncn ftarcfcn rac^cn ^at , «» chien fort en 

gueule. 

Bitter, bitter , fc^arif, ficrbc; utVxiittt, grtmmig, raub, 
^art/ unfreunblid) ; itac^li*^:. unf^ig, cijfrig/ cwfr; /^/Vr^ 

era?/, dur; piquant, mordant ,fatyri que. Bitter words, 

raube, unfrcujiblic^c / ipi^cgc rcbcn; f'd^inab - rocrtc , an^fig^ 

\i<^U\t'i\\, paroles aignu , piquantes , ou mordantes . inju- 
res, duretez. A bitter child, ci;i {g)\i^ , uiibaabtgeji hni, 
un mechant efjfant, un enfant defabeijjant. A bitter a uar- 
rel, cm ^Cftigcr, graufani cr flrcit, unefurieufe quersUe. 'Bit- 
ter-vetch, rof reicf cn, eis. Bitter-wort , C!tBi<m / gentiane. 

Bitter cold wreather.graufam fait rocttcr, unfioidapre, ou 
perqant. 

To bitter the cable, Ui gwff'e fc^ff'fcil tDCJlbctt / bitter le 

cable. 

Bitterly, bitterh'c(>, amerement. To inveigh bitterly 
againft one , cirtcn gcwtUttg angrctifcn , i^)xtdM) auf 

'\!()V\. \!Sc)i\tt\\ , faire de fanglantes invefr.ves contre quel- 
qu'un. 

Bittern, bittour, cin ro^r-rctgcr/Ctn ro^r-'bonimcl/ butor. 
Bittemels,bicbimrf<it; W% unfreunbli4)^t/ rfw«-r*- 

me ; aigreur, durete. 

Bitumen, bcrg^-^arfi, cin odc^tcljfictTenbe^pec^/ jiibcn^ 
\t\m,buume. 
Bituminous, bcrg4ar6ig/ t>o« b«: art t)<$ /uben-Icim^/ de 

bttu-Tte., qui timtdu bitume. 
Bizantine, f. Befant. 
* Bizarre,): Odd. 

Blab, cin fcf^roificr/praubcrcr/ccncfc^wa'ecrin/ un caufeur, 

une caujeufe. •' 

To blab, (out,) tm^i flu^^Hatt'c^ctv unj)orficfetig rcbcn/aue^- 

Wim%tn,dtvulguer,put'lier. 

Blabbed'out, fluagcfd&njflftty divuhus. 
Blabber, f Blab. 

Blabber-lipped, bcrcifi %xt% maut obcr aroffcltppcn bat 

qmade^roljeslevres, lippu. Blabber-Ups, groiTc lippcn, 
grojfes levres. 

Black, fc^ttjarft; fcfednbUc^, cbrlo^ ; unglHcffcrtg, noir; 

infame ; fatal, malheureux. Black monday , ber tag , U 
man flrafct/ jour de punition, jour d' execution Black- 

b<5ok, cin rcgiffer \s\ bcr I'cOafi.fammcr ju £o.!bon, fo \iit 

Exchequer genannt tvirb , regtjlre de I'ecbiquier * A 

black book, cm oerjctd^niH bercr, an bcncn man M xd^ 

C^Cn nJlU^ l:vre de vengeance.Thc black art, t>ic jaubcr-'u •!? 
ttJlUarBC hinfl , la magie noire. The black letter , grOfTcr 

f^romex ixihi , fa!ln>teunrcr;4)eutf(^crbrucf , la/ettre go- 
tbtque. Black fnars , Die 5>omemcancr ' monc^e ; auA eiti 
crtm ber jtabt bonbon, o\\^nm'.\wi, domin-.caim ; h Lon- 

dres ilyaun qu or tier de ville que Ton appelle, black friars 

A black man, ctn (c^rodrBltcbtcr mann, ber fc^itiarfic biorc 
pat/ unnoiraut. Ablack woman, ci:ie frau , btc fcfen?.ir8- 
lic^t obcr brauntfl/ cbcr t>k fci^ioirftc iajre Xyn, une noi 

raude, unefemmequialescheveux noirs , une brune Tt/ 
raa.icc black, ctrea? fcDreart? mac^en . fd;n>dr!5en; ct.icn Der- 
^afTct mac^en/ tore emen fc^anb - ilecf a t^.-nacn / n.,ircir 
The black rod the usher of the black rod, > bcr tl)ur-bu-- 
tcr bc^ ^xxiiMxiint-^x\i{ii, cOcc b'i fb itafic^ en simmer^, 

rhiiijjter de lavetge noire. Black is your day, r^\z btr' 
maiheuTkvr,us * Black- buried, Dcrjur men acfabrcu, 
qmalUenenfer. The blackguard, blf tros ju-.jjcri, eDcr 
mcrbe-lungcn , unter cmcr folDaten^rejci^c jeunes gueu.x, 
qu: fervent dans un corps de garde , les goujats. A"^black^ 
* bird. 



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bird, tin(<im(i\/unmef/e. BMck-berries, Bromkcrett/ »/<?»- 
resderonce. Black and blue, bPauUUHt) blOU gcfd^lflgeil bla^/ 
meuriri tie coups, Hv'uie, 

Black and blue , i". ciii Wmt^ ma^ltJOti fcf;(agen / eilK con- 
tufionjivaibraunmib blaurc|cI}l(Tficiu)&crsc|To||'cin|l, meur- 
trif!ire,contu/ton. A black-imith, ci» ^ttjfdfcn - fcl^mil)t / »» 
forgcren, 

Blick , s. ba^ fcTiroar^C/ 6tc fc^mar^e fai'6Cf «o/V-, coleur mi- 
re. Smoke-black, fu^ii-ruf?/ ^c/V^/i'/aw/f.To put on black, 
f4> fd^warjj rtujtc^cti, trfliuvn ctn trnucr'-fkit) an5tct)cti, j'-^/z- 
billeide nvir , prcntfreJe due'il. * To have a thing un- 
der black and white , ettva^ fc()rlftl!\t \^iX^ i avoir qiielque 
chofc en icrlt. Black - brown , fcptvar^ '- tfauil / mir brim. 
Biack-ey'd, tcr fd)war^e motn l)at, qnl a /esyeux nolrs. 
Black-fac'd, fd;tt5flr(,;itcl]t/ foctri ^<\)K:iX'^amt^\\^i)U^at,qula 
ievlfagcnoh;nolri7ut. Bl^ckmouth'd, fo (in fc^tViU'6 ITlflul 
^ati fo cilt lufc maul ^flt/ ^«/ <? /« ^0Kf-6t^ »c//f ; (^^//a aa^ 
mechaKte langue. 

Blackamore, ctn X[\^%X , 7>iore, un nolr. To wash a 
blackamore white , cillC D«r ;eblid;e flrbcit t%\X\\/ btanchlr 
vne more. A she-biackamore , Cllie Ul0t)lin / ur.e ma- 
resijue. 

To blacken, ^. (twai fc^tlifir^CIl^ fd^tVflr^ jnfl($eil/ noirclr. 
To blacken, h!. ^d)\MX^mt^in, devenlr noir. 

Blackened, ge fd}iydri5et, mirci. 

Blackeniiig, bao fd}njdr{?Ctl/ /' fiMion de nohctr. 

Blacking , ta^ fd;tVfli'Rcn ; "^h fc^warije fartc / roo- 
mit man i"d?ul)e jc. fdjwarij fdrbrt/ l'aftm% de nalrdr j 

Blackish, fc^wdrfclic^t, fdjnjarf^^tMUn, noiratre. 
Blackmore, f. Blackamore. 
Blackiinith, f Black-fmith, uiiter Black. 

Blacknefs, ticfc^wdf^c; ticfc^dutiUcijfcit/ fll)fc5culici)fcit/ 

Bladder, etflC tlnfe/ laveffie. 

Blide, fcteflitigefltt etiicm tcgcit, k. tie fld(^e ftn eincm 
ful)er; bcr fit'el/ ftcngel o&cr blat cinc^ froutciS,. //?;wf ; U 

falme d ime rame \ tige, tuyau , futll/e. Shoulder-blade, 
ta^fcf}Ulte^blat/ paferon. Breaft-biade , t)Hi brujl-blat/ 
jiernum. ■» A notable young blade , cill muntcl'tT / ^UC^ 

ftgeiv lufjigcf/ jutigcr Uxi cber juiidPer / a» fwi//<? , galllard^ 

tgrlllard. * An old blade, cill alter fuc^e z unvleux rou 
tier{renerd.) Aline blade, ct'll iifllflllter liXX, cill ftUJjCr/ 
ungahmt, qui k port e beau. * A ftout blade, eiil WjJffe* 
rer hx\i un brave. * A lufty blade , ctii frarcf CV Ecrl / «?2 /o»// 
laut. * Aci\nBJMghhde,mtlmcX,i>CXid)rM^tCXfa\, unjiu 
rcniirdy un dcrutL * A merry ilade , ctll frcliduT / luffiger 
Ux\,ungoguenard. A pair ol'blades ,gari5-'ti!Ult)Ca gam- 
fftn^C^tt,l)afpcl/ tht dn-ldur, 
•* To Hide if, fiu^cii/ ftc>l?tcrc!t/ f?c(^ |erciti tretci? , /y/- 

/•* /t braveyfiaftr. Coin bkded, gcfdjoffeu gCtret)&/ bUdcn 
tuyaii. 

Blain, ctnc^^tgc bctilcebcr gefd^roi^re/ /o»v^ </' apotume, 

eii defroncle avt c hijiannnation. 

Blimable, Lilameable , ftraffbar/ {didUXiiitiUVxi, H«- 

mable. 

Blame, b(C kfhafutM, fc^ttlb, \i^i)u\\)'mm t>ai in- 

lrc(^f II . ^/Wwf, /tf«/f. Blkne-worthy , f(^€ltcn^ * n)firl»l3/ 
tilumable 

To blime, <itTcm fdiulb flcbcn, f^n ffl&chT/ kflrafein 

f(§CltCt blaTTiir., rcprendre. You are both to blame for 
that, if;rl;afct r.K; kDi'c ft^iilD Carait/ I'tw/^r.-fz tous deux 
t«rt ai ccia. Jtlc blajncd inc lor brcac^i of iricadsbip. 



BL A. 

ergab mir fdjult)/ aB ob id) uiifere freunt»fd)aft gcBrix^ctr, 

// vi'accufa d 'avoir fait brkhe a nStre amltlc. Yoiu' con- 

duft is to blame, eiire (niffu^rm^g iflntd)t ric^tig/ ifl fc^el? 

tcns-mtr^ii)/ x'iJ/;-^ condulte cfl blamable. 

Blamed, %t\d)X>\U\\, bcjtraft/ gctat)clt/ /'A/mif, rf/»r/V. 
Blamelesly, unjlrdflicl^)/ UlUabclic^/ unfdjulbig/ Inmcem- 

metittfans reproche. 

Bl£imeieis,nnfc^«lbig/ «n(irdfltd)/.mitat(elic^/ /«v/r7v- 

beji/ib/c; Irreprochable. 

Bkmer, ein tabtlery jlraftr, bfjlrafcr/ reprcnew\ cen- 
feur. 

Blaming, ba^ tabeltl/ flrafslt/ fc^cltCU/ 2C. I'afllonde 
blamer, &c. f. To blame. 

To blanch, ct»a^ miifnix, mi^ mad)m\ cttro^ befc^d* 
iteH/ bcmdnteln/ it)m einc fcirbe anfrrcidKrt/ ciacn fc^cin ge? 
ben; (cinen ert) (sorbet; ge^eii/ nid)t ciiifvrec^cti/ blavcblr-, 

pailten color er; peijjer. Thev blanched however their 
anfwcr in handiom words, teDctlilod) \)<i,hi\\ fie i!)rc o,\\tf 

njort in cl)rbin'en njortcn aufgcfctjt/ l/s vnt dnnmns fait 

leur reponfe en des tcrmes i>ofiftetes. To blanch ahnonds, 
mailbel^Ecrtie ^nfjidtUt pe/er desalnumdes. 

Blanched, gettJciffet/ JC. blanchl, &c. 

Blancher, t>cr t)ic Ulun^C \W^ fccf)t/ recuiteur. 

Blanching, tai* mif[ai/ K. /'a(^lon de b/atJcJblr, &c. 

blandiloquence, blandiloquy, bic licbfofung/ fdjUteiC^clCJJ/ 
\>a^ liebfofeil/ careje,fiaterle. 

To blandish, ciucmfd;n;cic^lc»/ liebfcfen/ fuc^^ - fdjwdrt^ 

I^CWfJiater, cajo/er. 
Blandish mentjbieltebfofuno/ fi^mcic^dco ,-fll($i'fd)t\)dU* 

%iU\)ijli'terle, cajolerlcy care(]'es. 

Blank , blaC', bleid;/ itci^ ' tobten -- farbig ; bcfi^dmt ,. »ct? 
wirit/ fc^anivotf)/ i« fd^nnbcn gcmadjt/ /-^A', (^/fwf ; con- 

fiis, decontcnance. Blank - vtrle , cin l^ers? / tcr nic^t 
rcintct/ versfansPtme. A blank bond, ein blaitcl'ct/ Ober 
tfeiife^ |)aptcE / aufbem nid)t8 gcfd^riebcn ifi alt? cin itflt)mc, 
un blanc f'gne. * A blank come-off, cisJC Clcnbc ilU^ 
flttd^t , ' une mechante defalte. Point-blank, gcrabc> 
fc^nuc4f«df^/9dntjlic&/ ganljunb m, toutafalt.entlere- 
vient.^ dlamHralement. Bianklottery, \i^i Icfcn VXiX iCttClrt/ 
blangue. 

Blank, S. cin blancftt/ ctn fparium, i»ct§ m'xvc , fliif 
bent nidf)W fle^ct «l^ cin \\<x%mt ebcv ftccicl ; ctn blcc&lcin 
cinintetaU, bas* gemiuttj-t tt)erbcrif>)U; ein blattcf/ cine ait« 
^ranijoftfdjcmtuiue, btc funffl)eaergJU/ ctn tretjj^iifcniitg,- 
cin wctftcr jettel in eincr Ictteric ; cin tergcbner wiirif im 

JUllrt^cl'I^Jiel / «w bl'"^<: iflo" ' ^A/nr , bl//a biar.c ; un cou^ 
perdu. To have blank , fcttlC gUtC fortC ^CiHu, avoir 
blanche. , 

Blanket:, cinc bctt'bccFe/ ei'n wei(; wcRcn iibcrbctt , couver- 
turtj'ellt; citic Fuitcr^njiubel ocn ie»S cl*"' r«d;/ //srw^^^' 
e<offi;ondedrap-, cill njc{f5tud) in ciMcr brucfcrcij/ l>^a«<^bet 

ayxlatigedeprtjU'ed' Imprhmrle. 

To blare, t (ccfCiinjte cinC fltf), nruglr, meugfer. 

To blalphcmc^ciitcn Ifillcvn, fl«d;cn/ gcttsJ-'lnjlerft^ rcbett, 

blafphemer, -urer. 

Blafphdmed,(?c{d|lcrt/ blnfphemS. 

Blalph^mcr, cuilflflcrer/ fiidicr/ gcW-'Idflerer/ blafpbe. 

u.'titeur. 

Biafphemous, tdffcrltc^/ gottMd|icrlt<^/ ffuc^cnby gpttlofc/ 

blajpbematoire., Imple. 

hiafphemously , idrtcrric^cr oticr gottlefcr wcifc / <rvec des 

blcifpheme.'Tavec Impicte. 

Bhifpheiuy, bic Iflttcniltfl. (tctt?4nftcnm(t. blafpbime. 

Bialt.ba^ blsi";;; ^vS wmi eberfcucr;); tir m'^X-m^x 

tber 



BI.A. BLE. 



ELE. BLI. 



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ctc*rlr.r'biir.:cir:rtcDbcranbtnt>dumctt;i>cr fc^akntt)«r tion, cm i>i\ithcc titt gef%U($cr luftM^, etat dcgf. 



briliTv >;;;5tva::riMcr Vvi% boujie;r.ielle\ brulure. 

To b'.aft, ettvaj brcmieii, »er6reaucn/ vcrfcngcrt/ be- 

fi$at>ig:rt, broutr^ brSler. To blaft a dellgn ,cine^ fur- 
^aten' 5unicJ)tc niac^cn obcr ;uruc£ trdbcii / r«.-nfr /e d^s- 
feln de que/qu'un. To blaft a man's credit or reputation, 

ctticnura l^iiieH wUn na^mcn briiigcn, ibn fc^dsj&Ud) auj^ 

firciKtlunOccrlcunibtcU/ dc^birer fuelqu'uu , noircir, ou 
ta-nhfa reputatho. 

Biaiied, vcrbiraniit/ jc. ^ff*>'. '^'■«^^i 6'<r. 
Biiiling, \>ii jjcrbrenacu/ i>cr kanJ) , IC. /' a^ion de Srouir, 
iy.-. f. ToblaJt 

* Blitznt,]'^rtit^^iiti9,\djmt>iQ,^abi//ard, clabaudeur. 
Blay, f Bleak-£sh, untcr Bleak. 

Blaze, tttic gcfd^winDe gcoiTc jlauime, fo tiu^t lati^c iVd^rct/ 

une belle jlamme^ mats qui nejlpesdi durie. 

To blaze, ciue gtojfe paiuiuc gcbco, beifti^ fJaiumcn, 
fiamber. f. To blazon. To blaze abroad, etRsa^ flil^- 
fc^»a^ay tucijtNr, funi«3 raa<;0«»/ flu^l>ratc!! / dlvulguer^ 

fuhlier. 

BiazeJ abroad, flua^efc^ttja^et/ ruc^tbar gemac^t/ au^gc* 

israrCT ■':-:u'gue.,i)ublie~ 
To Dijzen, f. To blazon. 

A blazer of things abroad, etner, t»cc ttmii ni($tbar mac^t/ 

»bcr a'.t?br:iiet, celui qui fait courirde: bruits. 

Blazing, t)a« fismnieil/ / ' «.7/a» defiambe)\&c. f. To blaze. 
Abiazing-lbr,ein ccmete> unecomite. 

Blazon, cin tt) jpcti - f(^U) / eiit fc^tlfc niit mm wapcn^ 



Bl mish,cmflsc!ctt> msdcl; «n fifiant-fletf ; bicf($a»tbf/ 

ttticbrc, fi:^ni(ld)'/'<i-"'^c,Mr^;^e><^9Bnc«r . bonte. 

♦ Bieinishes, einbruc^. cter abacbrw^tacr afl, fo t>em ji- 
ACr ben WCd jCigct i-r/iVi?, en teme de chafle. 

Toblimish, bci!ccfva/bcl't^mtB<it/ bcfubeln; et.'tcnt «!ini 
fc^anb''j!ccE an^dnacrt . cmaa fc^dnbcH/ tjcrbu.icf dn / fc^otd- 

ICTtl/ '^'^'^'^'i/i''- ■' V,»o/Vt-/r. 

Blemished,': v.\tit,tacbe, fidtri^^c. 

Blemishing, C'^i DoriCCrc!!/ fc^dnbeR/ Ct.i fc^anb^fTcif ^ Ct?« 
fc^anbe/ UllCbrC/ / ^/<?« detacljeroMjletriryfiarijfure, det- 
hor.nevr. 

Blench,*?.^, to hold land in blench,ci!l (iiicf l3:ib Bdil5ert,fc3; 
fur nun bem cigc:it1>imi-? - ^crrn ttnt obcr arunt* - rc^t ja^lrt/ 

poffidi-r Mtte terrs qui paye cens d un feigfteur cenjisr. 
" "Tobind.ctn'-- - :''• \,)i(Xm\^V\ ,miUr. 
Blinded, O.i :■ 

Tobias, a..-.c;.;:icu, me^^eit/ ben ffocn gckHi abid^ 
fclig obcr fcUg maiden; bben, prcifvii/ bajKfeii ,<*«»/> ; 

renJre bcureux ; lcu<:r. Do but biels me with the ftory 

c^it , cnwcifct mir bcc^ b(c i^i'njt, mir tie fac^e }u crjcblcn /-?'- 

tes moi la grace de v:e le raconter. To bleis one's lelt at a 
thing, ubcrci tie fjcpeaoJfc^rcpm fe ttait-rfurquelque cht- 
fe. To blels hi.nfelf in a thing, ]iiii ciiie^ bt U^CsJ r ut)UIcil , ftd> 
bartnnCiJ gluCf fell a iu)AnCl,fegliiriJier,fe/e/i.-iter de quelqu: 
cbofe. Bleis me. ©ett ^djf mlf • @Ott ID ItJUJlbo: • bon Dicu ! 
jk/?^ D/V« .' mifericorde. ■ 

Bleired, gcfcanct ; ^etlig ; gludEfeli^/ felig, beni,benit -./dint; 

/^_j'_ ui^/r„j :i «..• ... ft- ■. - » 



TobliLzon.btewapcnmit i^rcit rcc^tctt forbeii iMcti unb \beureux. God's blelTed providence, btc gtidbtgc Jjorftcht 
ma»)lcn ; cttt>a* {)erau6jtreic^eit/ lebcn, fwr augen fietlcii / bla- j ©ottc^/ /<? providence divJae. Our bleiTed Saviour , uufer 



f-inner, depeir.dre, reprcftftter. 

Blazoned, vUi v >- >•' ^ ?> 1 -t , JC. blafonne, 4^c. 

Blazoning , letl/ iC. lotion de blafonttSTtifc 

Blazonry, f. 1 . 

Blea, bleak, einc WCllfe hafcl ' fiaube aubeur. 

To bleach , cttca^ bleicf>cn/ an bcr fcniic i»ciB mac^n; 

blanch er aufoleil. 

A blcatcher, 5". Wd^tx, blanchiffeur. 
Ble..cheJ. licHcichct bUnchl. 
Bleachincj, f, j^ blcid&eu, blancbijfage. 
Bleak, Arbleic^, \>\<x%, tcbtcn^WbiS 5 W^/ \xt>^%pale, ble- 
me\froid,geli. 

Bleak, S.f.Blea-bleak. 
Bicak-hsh, cin TOCtS-flfc^; ^^/t"- 
Bleaknet, 5". fdUC; ixi%frMd. 

To blear the light, \ini gefic^Ucrbuncf elit, baticf el nuc^cn,. 

obfcHvcir, offusqucr la veu'c. 

Blearedneis, ba^ augcn-rinjien/ bfl^ trteffcn bcr aagcn/ 

cbajjie. 



Blear-eyd, ber rtnnenbc. a«gen ^\>Xt triejf - dugig , cbas- 

fieux. ^ ' 

To bleat, blocf cn wic cin fc^af, beler. 

Bleating, ba« blocfen. belemevt. 

Bleb, cine fcl«fe;'uc;^c. 

Bled lit Hi imperf. unb partlcip. oort ro bleed. 

To bleed, blutcHf/'j/g^wfr. To bleed one, eiuCM iHr abff 
[i^f^ifaig-ici- quilquun. 

Bleeder, bcr ben ICUttn ^ttC aber l^iHttffaigncur. 

Bleeding, Hi bluten / baj aber-laffen / faignemem ; fai- 
gnce. To ftop the bleeding, Hi blut flillcn/ arreser le 
faag. , 

Bleeding , A. blutcnb/ quifai^e, faig»tuu. To be in a 



liebcr J^cnlonb nitre Sauveur. To be blelled with a good 
! wife, etn CVX':^ n>eib'^abc3/ avoir une boaue femme. He was 

blelfed withalongandprolperous xeign, cr %li langc unJ) 
I gluilicb rcgt erctj/y» regm a ete long ^ beurcHx The la/t 

time 1 was blell'ed with her company, bil? Ic^te HkU)!, bOB \Si 
I ba^glucEgc^abt/raic^tnitt^r juuntcrrvben , lademiiefoisi 

! quej'eus le bonkcur de la voir oudel' entretenir. The blef- 

fed,b'(efcliiienober^dligc:nmbimrael//« bien heunnx, t^ 

i faints ^lorijiez. 

Blefledly, glucEIic6/ glucffelij/ beuremfement. 
ineiIedne{s,bicfeU3fctt/gli!i^;-Ui;fett/ glucffeligcr j«|taub, 
bonhcur,fcHcite.,beatitude. 

BieiTmg, bcr fecjen ; cin glucf/ glucffeligfeit, o,xii^tv<i 

gafcC; ^\\^6:iVf!, b^nediffion ; bonbew, fjicitc, bicnfait^ 
bien , trefor. The blelfings of God , ^it gnabcn^ga^ 
htw, tic »C^U^at<tt ®Otre^, les graces , Its bienfaiti de 
Dieu, 

Blew, (h\u%) i^ bae imperf, wn to blow. What wind 
blew you hither 5 Bjic fcob t^r l)tcf)cr gefommcn? WW \}<it 



CU(^ t)te§cr ce&raCsIt ? quelvcut vo«s amene ici : 
Biew,blaU//^/ew. f. Bleu U«b Bloom. 
Blewlsh, f Bluish. 

Blight, bcr br.inb im fctn, mclt^au, «/>//<-, br«uive. 

Blighted, ucrbrannt ; WCtborbcn / gate par la nielle ; pel- 
du, con empu. 

Blind, bliub; ^r\^it,^\in<Si{, fveiigle; tbfcur. When 

the devil is blind , nimmcrmcbr , auf Un niramcrmefer^; 

tag/ quand le diahle fera arvmgle. -A blind worm, cittC 
blinb^fc^ljic^/ anvoye. Blind of one eye, cindugig/^ 
bvrgne. The blind gut, ber bitnbc biJrm, rintefi'm borgne. 
* A blind ftor>' , etfi md.^rlctn/ einc buttcfclc ix\il)[\xm, un 
conte borgne. A band writing, cine unlctcrlic^e fc^rift/ 



bleeding condition , 4>luten / faigner. A bleeding coadi- ^ «,« scrit wu I'tnne vttidgoute , qui eji tout efface. A blind 



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pretence, ciil falfcfjes Di>r<?eben/ «» fauxpretexte. A blind 
way, tin \u$, t>cn man nidjt «5ot)l f,\\ptn Un, chemln diffi- 
cile atenlr. Blind-nettle, t)aber*nctTcln//rrc/«/<?/Vv. Pur- 
^ blind, pore-blind^, ber \\\d)t tWCtt f'I)cn Fail* ^«/ /z /« veu'e 
courte. Sand-blind, moon-blind, itbcrfld)tii), t^cr cin fcJ^Wa? 
C^e^ 8Cft(^tC ^0,i I qui a la veu'e foible. A man's blind- 
side, tie fc(;«)ac^l;cit/ fo ciuer an fi(^ ^(it/ le foible de quel- 
qu'un. 

A blind, cin fflifcf)c5 Dorgi^bett/ cin f(^iit, cine knidntc* 
lung; ci« l)ot6enKr &ccf cl fevfcf}anfir,rdbeii/Cin vnmh Hmit 
man ofTcnc grabctt bctccFct/ voile, p-etexte., blhule. 

To blind, ctraaji blenbcn / vcrblcntJcit/ blint) nta(^cn/ fccs? 
flefid)t'i bciaitbctt/ cincm bic auaen ccrbtuDcti/ aveugler, 

rendre aveugler btinder les yeux't clticni &lc augcil blCfJ&Ctl/ 
il)n bctrtegcil/ ^bloulr, tro7}:per. 

Blinded, uerblcubct/ iC. aveugle, zffc. f. To blind. 

Blindfold, mit uerbutibcnen augcii; Hiibctac^tfam/ uir= 
bcfcntteti/ bltnb Ijitt/ in Drt^ bltn&c i)inm, les jenx bmi- 

dez; aveugk7nent^ fans rejiexlon, fans confulerntlon. 

To blindfold one, cincm tie augCH iJerbi«t>Cll/ bander 
les yeux a quelquUtn. 

Blindfolded, i)em ttc auQCtt tjcrbunbcit ftub / $'«/■ /7 les 

yeux bandez. 

Blindly, bltntdittf!^ / atif eitic bitnbc m\\i, blir:^er njcifc/ 
mit sugcniac^ten angcn; «nucvficf;tigUcO/ blinb (}tti/ aveu- 

glennnt. 

Blind-man's-buiF, t»ic blint»C iv^p cllgne-mufette ^ colln- 
mallliird. 

Blindnefs, bltub^^cit/ aveuglement. 

To blink, bUn^clH/ blin^en/ mix ben aiigcn offt roiit* 

cEctt/ falre les petit s yeux, cllgncr les yeux, cllgmter, gtil- 
gner. 

Blinkard, blink-ey'd, cm bU'n^ler/ blinljaug/ bcr "iio^ \>X\n: 
%<\x, m fci)k!cr/ bcr fibcvsmcrci? fle^et/ qui gulgne, louche, 

qui regnrde de travers. 

Blinker, f. Blinkard. 

Blinking, adj. bcr blitl^clt/ qui cllgne les yeux. 

Blinking candles, fcvfJCll/ fo M^t ^CUbrcnnCtt/ des chan- 
delles, qui eclahc't mal. 

Blinks, tic ab<)cC'rod)cnen ju'ctgc/ fo bic jagcr \in unb 
wicbcr roerffcti/ bnmit fie tie frur utit* ert j^nbcii Immn, 

\l ba^ milb fcin Xam ^at/ brfks. f, rtUd) Blinkard. 

Blifs, bfe feliftleif/ gUlcffcltgfcttr/t'//V//f, bonheur. 

BiisfulT, giucEfcfig/ blenheureux. 

To blflTom, f. To tup. 

BKfter, ctfic blafc/ ctti flcitt gefc^ttJur/ bidttcrlein/ cine 
Hattcc; im blafw fo mit cincm veficatorio gcjogen \%i\n 

velicatoiium, veffe, ampoule, pufiule ; veftcatulre. 

To bh'ilcr, A. tin veficatorium auffcgcit/ Ctnc blcfc JtV 
l)Cn, appllquer des veficatolres. To blilter, /V. ju (jjafcn 
Sticr blatfcnt tVCrbCH/ s^i lever-, fe former en vejfns. 

Bh'ikrcd, tDoTOuf mail W-'iin gcjogcn ; coKer bfafcrt 

tber blattctH/ tf ^«/ ion a applique des veficatolres ; pleln 
de vejfns. 

BIfftcring, ta^ blafcit^Jtc'^ett/ Vafllffn d'' appllquer des 
vcfic'titolres. A Liilkiing heat, a bliftcring, cuie entjlin^ 
bung/ mjhimmatlon. Bi^cring-plaukr, ciu velicatoriuni, 
obcr blfifeui-tc^cnb pfi^^fier/ un vefcutolre. 

BHt, blits, mancrfrnut/ i()aitcr.E-imm, bktte. 

Blith, ^urtig/ frcutig/ froUd>/ lujlig/ ucrgiiugf/yojrtirx, 

gal liar d , content. 

BIithnel5, or biithfoxnnefs, S.{XiyxV\<^ldX, joye, alk- 



BLI. BLO. 

Blithly, frolid^Ct/ lufiiger mi(c,ivili^,Joyeufement,^all- 
lardemait. 
Blits, f. Blit. 
Bloat, f Blotc. 
Bloated , f. Bloted. 

Bloach, cine blatter obcr Hctn gcfd&rour/ pujlule. 

BIdb-cheeked, cin bQUfeba(f/.;0K//«. 
Blobber-lipp'd, f Blubber-iipp'd. 

Block, cin fioB obcr ilitcf t>cl^ ; cin ^olfeentcr fopff ; cine 

t)inbcvnifj/ l)Crl)inbcrUng / unbloa the debols, obfiacle, 
traverfe. To caft a block in ones way, Qtlcrlct) VCrl)ini 
bci'ungen cinwcrffen / bajj ctner in fctncm uorncbmen nic^t 

fortfomniC/ traverser le deffeln de quelqu'un. To come 
to the block, entljduptct ttcrbcn/ avoir le tete trancbee. 
A hatter's block, cinc ^Ut^form / /or7H^ de chapeau. A 
bfock, a ram's block in a ship, cin fc^tff^^blocf, barauf t)it 
fd;i(f-fcilc lauffen/ cap de ?iiou(on. A printer's ink-block, 
bcr farbe-llctn in bcr bud^brncfcrcp / enaler d'lmprlmerle. 

Block-head, cin wngcfc()tcfter tolpcl, ciit fumntcr ungcfd/lif^ 
fcncr fopff/ iin unuertldnbiger cfcl, lourdaut, bebete, nlals. 

Block-houfe, ctll blecf'l)flU§/ unfort. 

Blockade, ciu boliwctcE t)on |ol^ gcbauct; cinc bloqui* 
rung/ blocus. 

To block up , cincrt ort bloquiren / etnf(^licffcn unb i)cr* 
fpcrrc.'t/ ^a.^ uicntanb barju Hn, bloquer. 

Blocked up, fcrfperrct/ cingcfcl;lc(fcn / umrlngct/ bloquL 

Blocking up, ba^ tjcrfpcrrcn / k. "iit bloquabC/ bic bio; 

(lUirung / iafllon de bloquer ; blocus. 

Blo'ckish,-urtgcfd)tcft uiiocrjidnbig/ xnmm, tolpifcfj/^^w- 

fier, bebete, fluplde, lourd. 

Blockishly, unpcfcljicftcr, unbcrftcinbtgcr/ tolpifdjcr tf^MC/ 

lourdc7nent , grojferement. 

Blo'ckishncfs , bcr unoerjlanb / btc tumm^cit/ tolpifc^c 

obcr Ungcfc^icEte axt, grojfereti, flupldlte. 
Blfkkt up, f Blocked up. 
Block-wood, f Logwood. 
"^ Blomary, f Furnace. 
Blood, f Bloud. 
Bloom, bic blutC//c'«r. 
To bloom, f. To bloilbm, &c. 

* Bloom, \)<xi blafcn cinc^ t)ci|Ten mn%i%, une bouffie de 

vent chaud. 

Bloomy, adj. DoU blumCrt / ObeC mtt blumCtt/ remplt de 
fleurs, fleurl. 

Bloilom, Vxt blutC m cincm baumC/ fleur d^arbre. 

To bldflbm, llu^cu, in bte blutc fdiicfTcn/ in feincc blu-- 

Bldffomed, nja^ gcbluljct W, Ul\W\>,pur/, qui eji en 
fleur. 

Bldr, ctn ffcef/Obcr macfcl. tache. A blot with ink, eirt 
binten^flcd?/ fleet/ unetacbe d'encre. A blot in back-gam- 
mon, ci^c bfimc DberfraU/ bic nic()t bebcclt i^, unb es roa- 

get/ fo mrtn fiC ft{)lagcn {^\Xz , une dame qui n'ejlpas cou- 
verte, & qui court risque d'etre batue. 

To blot, ctm^ bcflccfcn/ bcfubcin; fc{)dnben/ fcf)m4lern, 

JJCrbuncfcln, tacben tevnlr. This paper blots, li^^ papier 

fd)lftgt burc^/ ce papier bolt. To biot out, auiJlcfcIjen/ 

auefiietd)Cn/ au^tvifc^cn/ rayer, eff'acer. ^ 

Blotch, ctiic blattct/ cin fictn gcfc^wur/ />/^«/'''- — 
Blote, gcfc^rcollcn/ rnf;ufc^tta'tun/ (jufgc blafcn; im cfen 

CbCC rand) geborrct. bouffi.jouflu, enfle; fume. 

To blnre, auffc^roctlcn, aufloiiffcn ; ctrea^ tm rfl«d)c 
obcr im cfcn biSite obcr irucfcii mo4>cn//* bvufir, senfa--, 

\fumer. . -dk . 

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Bioted y MmhU(cn, an^icfd}m\ltii,K. iouj^, &c. f. To / emmt&cr gerat^ett/ \nt fc^Idgcrc^ m^tUtt, envenlraux 

blote. mains. 'Tis bur a word, and a blow with" hiin, er Itt fc^t 

Blo'ttcd, beflcdEct/ /<7<.-^i?. BlocteJ our, <xvA%iV^^X,raye. \ fcrtig mit ber fauft/ cr rcbct nar ciu acrt/ imb fd:lagct alls 

.* Blored lineaments, grobe firic^e/ des traits grof- \ bait auf eitlCtt lo^/ // 1^? /jaut a la main.,! I a auffitoifra- 



fiers 

Blotting, \iai boffccf etty beffecfun^/ rafiion de tc.cher, &c. 
f. To blot. Blotting paper, lef<j^4^aptcr/ iuUlfUpkX/ pa- 
pier qui hoity fabiei- brouillard. 

Bloud, ba^ blutrgei&tute ; t)ic mtijemaubfc^afft/ ba^ ge- 
ft&lcc^i; bcr 5onn cin morb; t^'ii\i.M%, \'dng; famille -, 

colere; meuitre. He killed him in cold blood, tS ^at 

n):t j>h:ie eintge gegcbciic urfad^c um^ Icbcn gebrac^t/ // 
Va tue de fang froid. My blood bcian to rile, icl> wai'b 
lorntci/ entrufict/j'V commengai am'aichauffer. My blood 
was up, k^ mil JCniii}/ cntruftet/ ^V/o/x fw ro/tT-^. The 

bloud of the grape, ber actnbccrcn-fajft/ ber t»em, /?^'aj 
</£• la tret lie, U vin. A diilemper that runs in the bloud, 
cine fMiicFf^cit fo bem gaimcn gcfc^lcc^t an{>a!i9ct, ««^ w^z- 

ladie attachie a la famille. It should make our bloud 
to rife in our faces, ti ^^\Xt uii^ billig fc^jmrot^ mac^CH/ 
nfi/j f « de'^ons rougir de hoKte. They cannot for their 
blouds keep themlelves honeft of their fingers , ftc f Otl' 
it^ri \vi^ bc» ftc^lcn^ [jar nlc^t eiitbaltcii/ ils'fse faumient 

fempeebe^r de voler. I cannot for my bloud break the 
shell, ic^ fan bte female uitmoglic^ auftnacfjcn, ^V nefaurois 
cajfer recatllsyquelciue effht que je fajfe pour cela. Tobe 
let bloud, 5UI: abcrlillfctT/f/r^/rt/^Tj^. To breed ill bloud, 
btC gcmutbcr OCrbttrerif, aigiir les efprits. Bloud-hound, 
cm fina--f;U:ib/ funier, chlen de haut ne%. Bloud-letting, 
biJ3 abeda»Tqi//r?/^>k^c'. Bloud-shed, baa blut'WeMteffe!?/ 
bcr tObtfdiSag/ f^/(/fo» de fang. Bio id-red, blUtrctb/ ?■£/«- 
ge fanguln. Bloiid-warm, laultd}t, n>arm n?ie blut/ un 
peu plus que tiede. Bloud-fucker , tX'A blut-t0!c!/ fingfue. 
Bloudthirily, bloud-thiriler, biutbunttc? / bhltgicng, y?/«- 
guinaire, cruel. Bloiidshoc eyes, retl)C m^iV^, yeux rou- 
ges. Bloud-ftone, etn blu£;ltdn,/rt«^a/«<f. BlouJ-worr, 
blut'fraat/ nagelFmut//7Ko-.v/»«/;v. 
To bloiiJ , ctncni \\xt flber laffest ; ctnja^ blutig mac^ctt, 

faigner ; eiijanglunter. 

Blouded, bcm matt tur abcr gelaffctt ; bluttg gcmoc^t/ 

faigne; enfanglante. 

Bloudily, bluttg , grauflim , uttbarmficrBtg , t!)r(mnifc^cr 

miif/ d'une maniere fmglante^ ^ cnielle, cruellement. 

Bloudily -prfncipl'd, blntgimg> blutburfttgy ftf/ /z/»7e tf 

repandre le fang, favguir.alre. 

Blouding, btoiid-pudding, cutC blsttWUrft, baudin de 

fang. 

Bloucdeis, \M\t>i, ha^ fci'a blut ^^t, qui n'a point de 
favg. ^ 

Bioudlefs, Adv. o^ttc WMt'MZXm^iXl.fms efujton de fang. 

Bloud-wit, b,c fti-afe, fo mau iahlct/ rccnn m,iii blut 
UcrgotlCtt/ amende que I'on pays pour avoir fait effufion 
de Jang. j jj ^ 

Bloudy,bl«tfg,gra«fam/«nbarm&er5t9; bhitbiJr^tg; m\t 

blut U,^xm,yi'&XX'i, fanglam , cruel; fanguinaire; enfan- 
glante. Bloudy-nundcd , blut'gtcriq, unbiinnhcrt^ig/A^- 
^w/w^/rf, fr«^/. The bloudy-fliix, ber blut^-flug, kz rotfie 

ru^r, le jUix lie fang. 




king a blow,) tW cctRigeH fcfttag^/^^x coup f^rir. . V. 
make a blow at a thing, nac^ ctwa^ fifintctffcrt J)^cr (cfila,- 
genz/p-^pt-r £«^/^»^ chijfe. To come to handy-blows, m 



pe qjie parle. Tulips or rofes in blow , aufgcblu^CtC tul' 
pert Obcr rofett/ des tuHpes ou rofes epa^touies. 

To blow, blafcn; ai^tnun, fc^ttaubeti; i^i?ucf>cn; efma^ 

anblafC!!/ aufblafen, Ullhcn, fou^;feurir. To blow the 
trumpet, ^u trcntpete blafcn / fonner la tronipette. To 
blow a bladder, cinc blafe aufblflfCH/ cnfler unevcjpe. To 
blow one's nofe , fic^ fcfineufieH/ V\t iwfc fc^neuficn, jju* 
BCtt/ rotfc^Ctt femoucher. To puff and blow, {)art fi^nou^ 
bcH/ llarcf at^cm ^oIcH/ ficfeau^bem atbcm gelauffen ^abeU/ 
foujper, etre ejjhufle, perdre balers. To blow, (as a ro- 
fe,) aufblu^en cbcr fic^ auftf)un wic cine rofe / s'epamuir 
cemme tme rofe. It blows, bet ffitnb gc^Ct, ilvente, il fait 
du vent. It blew a dreadlul ftorm, c^ crbub fic^ cin fcferecf- 
It'c^cr fturm-'iuinb / // faifuit une furieufe tanpete. What 
good wind blew you hither ? nja^ ^at CUC^ ()tcbcr gc^ 
brild)t ? quel bon vent vous a amene ici? To blow up, 

ttxaai in tik ^o^c obcr iw W lufft blafcn; ctioae fprcngcn; 
in bic lufft fprcngcn ; * mac^cn , \)a,^ cincr banqucrctirct/ 

l^n rutnircn/ eleveren Vair ; faire jou'er, f aire fauter ; fat- 
re faire banqueroute a. To blow up the city in a tumult, 
ctncn aufrul)r in bet ftaH crojccfctt, errcgeu/ mxi<i)tm, ex- 
citer ur, tumult dans la ville. To blow over a llonn, cttl 
Uligcwittcr njcgwc^cn obcr PCrtrcibeil/ dijjiper ur.e tempcte. 

To blow down, abn5c5)cn/ ^cruutcr h\a\cr\ obcr fc^lagctt/ 

faire tomber par le foufie., abbati'e. To blow in, ^inctn- 
roc^Cn obcr blafcn, faire entrer enfouflant. To blow out, 
bcraueblafeH/ faire fortir en fouJJant. To blow out a 
candle, cin lic^t auablofcn obcr auelcfc^ctt//t'»f;^t7-, ou etein- 
dre tine chandelle. To blow upon, auf CtTOwJ blafcn; e^ 

tfcrnit^ten/ »crac&ten ; bcfc^atigeu/ bclcibigen ,/o«/?«- def- 

fus; decrier; nuire, faire tort a. To blow off, flbblflfcft/ 
ab«Jcf)cn/ dijfper ettfuflant. To blow away, vpcgblafctf/ 
reegrocbcn/ ecaiter.,dijjiper enfouflant. 

Blow'd upon, Dcrnii^tct/ pcrac^tct/ decriS. 

Blower, bCt \!a. b\i\ttj K.foujfkur, qui foujUy &c. f. To 
blow. 

Blowing, ba^ blafcn / JC. I'aflion defoufler, &c. 

Blowing weather, ttuge|l«m/ n>iHbi(^t metUt, terns ora- 
^eux. 

Blown, ^iblalctl/ aufgcblu^Ct/ X^.foufle, epanou'i, &c. f. 

To blow. Blown up, aufgcblafcn, in vie lujft gcfbrengt, 

qu'ov a fait fauter en I 'air ; ruiliui/ bCt banquctOtitCt ^OXf 
qui a fait banqueroute. 

Their iniquities are full blown, ibrc bopbcit i\t JOftt 
\)h^m\ gcfticgen, ijt ubcrfjduft colt/ ieurs ittiquitez font 
au comble , ont comble la mefure. 

* Blowze, cine jungfer cbcr magbgcn/ bt'c ecHc bacfett 

VX(ii cin tOt^ (UigefTd)t ^Ot/ une file joufiu'e & a rouge 
trogne. 

A bl6w2y wench (girl) f! Blowze. _ 

Blab, gcfc^roollcn, rtuf^cMafctt/ enfle. 

Blubber, cin mccr^fcfl, (l?n.nnt pulmo marinus; ba^^duf- 
fcrc fett bcr fcctl;iere, waUfi d^^lz/o'-f-* dep&ilfon de men 
buile debalcine. Blubber-lips, groffc btcfc X\.'P'(t'\,de grof- 
fes levres. Bliibber-lipp'd, ci:l gro§maui, t)a:n-;nduli<l/ tad- 
mault'S/ bcr grOiTc lippcn mi, Uppu, qui a degroffes levres. 

To bliibber with weeping, com njctrtcn groffe ttwnseti 

bcFoaimcn, s'enfier lesjou'es a free de pleurer. 
Bliib-cheeked.f. Blob-cheeked. 

^\h<:t blaU/ blext. * A blue -apron ftare's-man, eitt 
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To blurt out, cti\5fl^ auUiia(f)t(m <nffu^e», ctifwu 

fcfKtt laflfei!/ Ot)er UnUOrftcf^tig rc^Cll/ ^ire a la volic, Itour- 
d'lment. 

Blurted out, unOcbac^tfam gCfCtlCt/ dit a la voice. 

Bliish, t)tC r6tl)C/ fci^anU'Otf)?/ rongeur, rouge qui vioH de 
pudeur. To puc one to the blush, eJlien bcfd^flnictl/ ttta^ 

cl)cn/i»af eittcrrot{)tt)iii) c&erftt^ fc^(finet,,/«?>^ row^/V^a^/- 

qu'un. * To get a blush of a thing, cttt>a3/ iiut l)alD/ 

nitf)t gar, obet mir tin rectus fct)(?ivjjoii fcrtie fd)cn/ «;rrt'- 

ro/V quelqiie chafe t la voir un fcu. At firft blush, glcic^ 

im er^ett mhMtMlt) im aufangc/bcm criU-ti anfcjiennad^ 

tout a coup, d'abord. 

To blush, rot|) R5CrbCtt/ fc^omrotl) rocrbett/ rougir, rou- 
gir d'honte. 1 blush'd as red as fire, tc^ ttJacb foiCtrot^/ 
«w^ rougeur de feu me monta au vifage. 

Blushing, t)ag XQt^ JSCr&dt/ t'u WtV/ fc^aUirot^iC/ /'/rtv'/- 
o» de rcugir, rougeur {d 'honte.} 

Blush'd, blusht, f. To blush. 

To biufter, faufcii, tilt ^ii<x\x]t obet ci'k 9>itivi{d}t mas 
c^en wie cut nsinb; poUern/ ciiu'n tumult ofccr gcfcl^rcoma; 
c^eu, wel rocfen mac^eu/ R)uten/ tokn/ aufrulMJtfcI) cbcr uti? 

ru()ig fid) iX\d%ini faire grand bruit ; faire du fracas, e- 
tre turbiTlent, inquiet, remnant. 

A blufter, cin gefaufe/ gecdufif^e/ tumult/ aufiru^r/ »icl 

V^ few / grand bruJt, emotion, fracas, remuemer.t. 

Bluftering, m grof gefaufC/ gcfdufcfK/ tunmtt/ t>tel mc- 

fett/ grand bruit, eviotion , fracas, remuemer.t. A bluliic- 

ctwfl^ l)aivi9/ unbebflc^tfam ober uni'crf!cf)t{g rcben' obcr 1 ring wind, ctii j^umt/ ungefiumer tviiit), r/w w;7//or^w/j<?- 

mi'ii^Xta.^m , dire une chofe fans y penfer,Jacher quelqueUnent. Bluftering weathci-, ftilrmtfc^ / lUigcflum ItetteC/ 
chvfe. To blunder upon a thing, ftc^ in ciuct fad;)C \Xi\tempete, terns orageux. A bluftering £cllovv, cttl Utirufei^ 

reu/ ucrfe^en obcr betriegcu/ tmi fur ba^ aubcre nc^mcu/ gcr geifl' etn aufrubi'ifi."f)cr fcrl, uncfprit in^iet, turbulent. 

Je tromper, s'abufer en quelque chafe, faire des qui-pro-\A bluftering ftryle, citt prac^tiger ftylus, eillC l)0(;^trabenbc 
quo. art \W fdjrcjbetl/ unfile enjU, ou trop clcve. 

Blunderbufs, cttie gtoffe mufgUCte/^rw rmusqueton. A * Bo, e. |-. he can't fay bo to a goofe, cr Ifatt fcttt ttJOrt 

meer blunderbufs, etn recl^ter tblpel/ dit utigcfc^icftcr ober i ttt eitier gefdlfc^afft rcbeti/ er uerficfjet m<j^u, tx tjl jw 



I)anbwcvcF^ttia:m . tcr fic^ mit tlagt6'fad)Ctt ocrmcngft/ w« 

benime de metier, qui fe mele des aifaires d'etat. True 
blue, Xi^t (fc^on) bl'.Ul/ de beau bleu. ■* A true blue pro- 

teftant, cin rcd)tf<^ntfetier/ aufnc!)tigcr prctefnintc- un pro-] 

trftant marque au bon coin. * He look'd blue, er f I^C ganH ' 
bcfc^tiUJt aUfi!/ ilenfut tout confus, tout deconcerti. * 'Twill : 

be a blue day with him, c^ tt)irb if)m an bem tage fc^liinm 

ficbctl/ ce jour la lui f era fatal. Black and blue, f. Black. 
Blue-bottle, blauc fcm-blume/ bluet, barbeau. 

Blue, 5". btcblflucfarbc; bic cifeu^farbe obcrmajfcr'fflvl'e; 

bie blute bcr fruc^tC/ ^/ir?/ ; couleur d^au ; lajleur de fruits. 

Blue-mantle, cm ebclmanti/ bcr j« eiiicm i^wolb gd/O- 

ret/ «» ^^•S' pourfuivants d'armes. 

Blued, e.g. he was very much blued, er Wfl'^r fe^r con- 
fundirt/ bqc^dmt/ crfc^rocfett/ H fut tout dcconcerte, ou 
etonni. 

To blufFe, "^xt augen Uerbitlben/ bander lesyeux. 

Bluish, bla«lid)t/ it1X<ii Hm, bluatre,tirant fur le bleu. 

* Bluciy, e. g. he came off bluely, ti gteng i^m gar 

fc^lec^t/ // j'^/ ww/ tire d'affaires. 

Blander, eine ubcreiiUttg/ unBorfid)t{g!ei<y Hi vcrfc^eit/ 

cin trrtbunt/ fct)lcr/ faute, beveue. 

* A blunder in chronology, et'tt fc^lct lit ber jcit-rcd); 
ttting/ un anacronifme. 

To blunder about, etWrt^ l^aflfg/ XinUt^i^tH «nb ttltbCif 
bad)tfnm t^un, unbefonnen unb uttvorfidjttg ftx)\\i faire les 

chofes a Petourdie, t-tre etouvdi. To blunder athingoutj 



tUH50rfid)tiger fcrl/ un franc lourdaut, un etourdi. 

Blundering , S. bie ttubebac^tfantf ctt / titigcfcf)tcf li^Of cif / 

ubcrciluug/ "^^i bafligc t^UlI/ maniere d'agir d' etourdi. 



nit^t^ tlUftC/ il n'a pas le mot a dire en compagnie,c\fl u- 
ne bufe. 

Boar, eitt eber/ dn unsjcrfc^titttcn fc^ttseitt/ v«Trt/. A 



A blundering fellow, cin unuorfic^ttgcr/Unlicfonucucr/ tin- wild boar, ctu roilbcgfc^n)ctn,/tf»_e^/V^'- B6ar-pig, cin iuu; 

gcfcf)icEter Hx\, un etourdi. To have a bhmdcring way! gCT ^tXijeane verrat. Boar-lpear, etU \i\i\u brtUUt mail 
with him, ^flfttg/ unopiftc^tig fcDH/ fcinc fad^cn unbcbac^t-- bic tiM'lbcn fc^rociiic fallct / epicu. 

fani t^Utt/ avoir I'air d'tin etourdi, faire les chofes a re-\ Board, tin brct; ba^ bbrb/ fc^ilf^ btC tafcl/ bcr tifc^ *, ^k 

tourdi. fofl/ bcr tifc^^ ais,plancke\ bord, navire; \4ne table; pen- 

Blunkct, cine l^Clle art bcr blaucn farbe//or/f debleu. \fvn. I went on board his ship, (on ship-board,) [^ fu^r 

Bliint , fiumpff ; Dlump/ unbofTlicb/ grob, bifurifd), fret)/' auf fcincm ft^iff/ (auf bti^ fdjiif,) jefus afon boj^. To 
ttirae unbefonnen in rcbcn, eynoujfe, reboucbh, brusque,\ caft over-board, mi bcm fc^iffc tDCrffcU/ in bic fee fd^mciff 
un peu etourdi. A blunt invention, etllC fdjlcc^tc nur C-l f^ni jetter bars du navire. * To deal above-board, frc9/ 

jcn{)in gcmac^tc invention, bcr crflc grunb-rii'/ une inven^ offcntlic^/ t%\\t argc lift/ of)ne cimgcn bctrug banbeUt/ agjr 

tion groffiere,une ebauchc. ouvertement, franchement. * I am above-board, ic& 

To blunt, iix&^i jlumjjjf marf)cn/ t>erbcrbcu/ emoujjcr, bin fid^er, id; fiitc^te mic^ fur nicmanb, ic^ bcforgc mic6 



reboucber. To blunt the pain, bcn fc^mcttj linberU/flil-- 
Ictt/ nunbent/ addoucir^ foulager la douleur. 

Blunted, flumpff gcmad)t ; gelinbcrt/ emouffe; «d- 

douci. 

Bluntjsh, etttJa^ (HimpfF/ »« pcu emouffe. 

Bluntly, fret)/ gvober/ bdurifc^er n>elfc/ unbcfonttcn/ gcra- 

be JU/ brusque7nent , groffiercment. 

Bluntnefs, nsenn cin bing jiumpff t|l; "^^ grcb^eit/ bdu? 
rlfcf)c art/ unbefonncn^cit/ /'//«/ </'««? chofe emouffie; ru- 

Jiicite, brusquerie. 

Blur, cin jlccfcn, tin binten-'fTec?/ flcdP, cinniacW; cin 

ftl^anbflcct"/ tache, pate d'ajcre ; Jietriffeure. 

To blur, ctwn^ bcficefcn/ bcfUcfcn/ /«f-^tr. 
Blurred, bCJUclPt/ Wf^f- • 



ntd)W uhiM I je fuis au defjiis de tout , je ne crams rien. 
Board-wages, XiOA fc^^gclb ciuce bJcncrei/ Vargent, que 
ron dnnne a un domefli que pour fa table. The board, 

council-board, \)it tafcl bc^ foniglicbcn xa.t%i, bcr rati)/ la 

table du confcildu Rui, le confcil. Chefs-board, cin fcbad)* 
brct/ un echiquicr. 'i he side-board of a tub, tnxt Mubc cl* 
ncM«ber^ obcr Cincr fufC/ une douve. A falling-board, 
cine fallC/ une trape. 

To board, ctTOdij tdfcUi/ mit brctcTrt bffd^lagcu/ bcbccfcn ; 
(auf ein fc^iff) flcigcu/ fomnitn/ ti bcflcttcrn, bcfteigcn; 
* iu cincm gcf)ca / trcteU/ ficJ) juibm mac^cn/ urn nut ibnt 
ju tcbcn; ci:ien in bie fo(i ncbmcu/ fiKifcU/ f oflgdngcr/ tifd)- 
ganger t)aUcn/ In tit foil an bcn tifd) gcbcn, bet) cincm,fpci? 
fcrt/ flamhcyer, couvrir deplaitches ; border ^ vcnirurabtr- 

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BOA. BOB. 

dage ; * ahorJer, acojier -, prendre ou unir des fers^onai- 
res i etre (yivre) f» faij:on. 

Bdarded, RCtdfelt, )C. p.'aKcheye^ i-fc. 

f The boarded bortom of a bcd-ftead , Me UrtteriagC/ 
tcr tO?C!'. til eittcr \)Zit-^<\\t, Venfonctment de lit, goherges. 

Boarder, eiri fofladngct, tiTt&ganser; eiiier J>cr k» iemanb 
tifc^ un& |]ubct)aty_oDej: tieiai ^uf« logirct,flUta fpcitet/ »» 

ou »>'V pinjionnaire. 

Boarding, Ht tQi^iXn, ration de tiavcheyer, &c. f. To 

board. The bcirdlns of a sh!^, t .u' fal)rcn ctcr fcmmcti 

.^•«. A boarding- 

:'\Cl, ur,eecoic,vu ion pretiJ des pen/ionnaires. 
A .,-houfe, boarding-place, cill ^m^, WO raOlt kp- 

t<3 IcgircTi «;ii) fpctfcti fan, »«<? pevjicn. 
Boarish, (flut|'d); n?a3 5U cmetti rcilfcen fdiweine ge'^orct; 

gtOb/ un^Offjicp; bdunfcft/ defanglier, qui nppartient au 
faKgliefi grc (fiery bnitiil. 

Bdaft, D;r'tu^m/ ^ie rut)nircbi3f eit/ txtU ct»rc/ pralerct), 

vanterle, ojientution , fiz/;;;? gloirey parade. To make a 
boaft of fomerhing, ficft ciiKS fcttiije^ riil)raeti, bflniit priUett/ 
j> venter de (juelque chvfey en /aire montre ou parade. 

To boait, to boaft of, ettc'ia ru{)nieii/ fid) cine^ binges 

tuijmett/ {>aniit pralcil |>caU9C»/ vanter,fe vantcr, /aire pa- 
rade de fjue/ijue chofe. 

Boafted, or boafted of, gcrw^tnct/ bamit mat! gC|)Valet/ 

'i-;?;;^^, c^c. f. To boalV 

Boailer, ciu %xi%\ixt6)ix , rulnnrebiger , ru^mfucfitiger 
o&cr el)rfa(^tt9a; mcnfd}/ elii pralcr/ vantewy harvard, glo- 

rieux. 

Boaiting, S. \>k m^mrcbigfcit/ ta^ ruljmen/ k. vanterie, 

afiion de vanter, (^c. 

Boaftin^;, yj. tubmrebig/ ru^mffjt^ttg , ru^mgicrtg/ t^t- 

gclBig/ I'.^/w, orgueilleux. 

Boaftingly, ruljmrebigcr ober ptalcnbcr njetfe/ «wf ojien- 

iatior.y par ojientution. 
^ Boar, cin bet, fc^ijflcitt/ nac^eit/ fc^lif/ bateau, basque, 

thaloupe. Ship-boar, eiti fc»?iffletn, tiacfie ober fal)n ju ci^ 
Kent fci't^C %t\)Xil\i, , cbakupCy esquif. Paflage-boat, ettl 
r.i:rct |'ci}iiT/ cocbe d'eau. Piiclcet-boar, eiil piicfet-bot, Pbcr 
^aif ;r fc^iif/ baquebot. Ferry -boar, ciiiefd()rC/ ^<Jf- Fly- 
boat, eirt picbot/ /i-^c/. Advke-boar, cin nac^ric^tifd^if/ 
patache d'avis. Boat-ftaiF, etllC \d)i^'^)^^^tJiini\^'\f^■'\W^i 
%i,croe,percbe de batelkr. Eoatiwain, eitt btote^niami 

ot-cc offtcivwr in eiiiem fcijiffc/ fo fiber tie bcot$;Enc^te W 

fleUt tj!, bojfeman. 

Kob, cin ft^injpff; i>bcr fti<^«l-twrt/ frott, gcfpott/ Bo^n ; 
»l!te fleine fur^c pecriique; cin o^rgcljang ucn gcringcm 

lC:rti), lardon, trait de railltrie; peruque a rabhe, pen- 
dar.t d'oreiile de has prix. A dry bob, cin ^6nt}'<^/ fpot- 
i\.\'6) , fiiubfcUg (licf>cln!Crt / «» lardon, un mot piquant, un 
farcMfme. 

Bob, A. on flatt Robert. 

To bob, etncn fcf)lagen, fc^mciffcn; tctricgen; ^ftttm, 
ccrt)0!ien; hangcn.tjin unb l>er|liejcn/ ober fdjmeben/ /^vz/i- 

per, taper ; tremper, duper ; moequer , railler; peiube , 
pen-liHtr. 

Bobbed, bobb'd, gcfcfth'gett/ ;e,/r/?/>/;(?, &c. 

Bobbin, cine fvinbel, ^^\x\i,fu[eau 

Bobbing, V. basJ j'd,iU3en/ iC. raftian de frapper, ifc. 

Bobbing, A. t'lu unb wicber fX':m'i>, feftrecbcub/ ?«</ 
pevdiile. 

Bobwil, b75b-taU'd, abgcfurft, wwcnmrtti \itn fcj^rean!^ 
ftJgei'.^IUften/ ^cuune, a qui ion a ceupc la qutu'e. 



BOB. BOG. 



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BoTj-tail, i". cin fiirficr ft^tvanB/ cin ^unb mit ctncm !ur^ 
fien fc^reani?c; bie fpiHc m cincm pfcile ; eine ^urc/ ctwr/e 

queue; la pointe d'usu fieche; futain. 

Bdccaline, bdcaffin, fcincr bucfran/ du boup'onfin. 

To bode , ctroa^ Port>er anjcigcn , cti»ad f unjfn'ge^ bt* 

bCUtCH/ prefagei; protiojiiquei: 
Boded, juuor augc|cigct / IC. prefagi, is'c. 
To bddg, Sec. f. To botch , &c. 
Bodice, cin niicbcr* cine fcOnur-brtilr/ corfes, corps dejupe. 
Bodies, a pair of bodies, )' Bodice. 
Bodiiefs, bae fcincn Icib iat, incorparel. 
Bodily, Iciblic^/ COrpcrlic^/ corporel, du corps. 
Bodily, Adv. leitUc^cr ttJcifC/ corporellement. * To fet 

bodily about a thing, ctrca^ mit aUen frdjftcn angreiifen/ 

employer toutes fes forces a quelque chofe. ' 

Bddikins, bodiikuis, bcp Oteiner ^z<i)i, ventre faint gris, 

ventre bleu. 

Bodkin, cine pfrietitC/ cbcr grcffe langc nobcl; eiiic ftaar? 

oabel ; iiw eifcn ober nabcl t>axaii man frifierct obcr frdu? 

felt/ poinfon ; aiguille ae tete ; frifoir. 

* Printer's bodkiu, einc buc^brucfcr^'a^U/ «w/o/«/^ 

d'imprimeur. 

Body, bcr leib, cotpct/ leic^nam; \ik jtdrcfc ober bicFe 
cine^ binges} ; be^ menfc^cn kib ; bcr fiitnctimflc ober gro; 
fte tt)cil ctlict)cr binge ; eine compagnic, junfiTt/ gcfcllfc^ftift/ 
cbcr ^aut?en leutCy fdmtlid)/ lit gaime armee , corps -, for- 
ce, epaijj'eur i le corps bumain; la partie principale de cer- 
teines cbofes ; co7'ps. A body of divinir^s eiu fyllema 
Theologiae, unfyftetne de Theologie. The body of a 
church ", \i;ki iniicrc ober mittlere gcbdube einct finite / la 
nef d'ur.e eglife. The body of a tree, tcr liamm cillOJ 
bautuc^y le tronc d'unarbre. The body of a dilcourfe, 
bcr ;:ii)filt iXXitt rebC/ A' corps dun difcvjrs. Thepariiii- 

ment went thither in a body , ttai ganije (fdnUlic^e) par- 
liament ^ieng XiOHiiiW, le parliament y alia en corps. A 
hawk too high in body, cin falcfc/ ber gar ju gro^ sjimi I^t'i 

be i(i/ un oifeau en corps, ou trop en corps. How does 
your body do? njie gebct ea ibm? comment vous portez 
vous} Any body, icnwnb ; iSix , fepmcr e^ rocUc. icbcr^ 
mm, quelcun, qui que ce foil, tout le mcnde. I had fold 
it for ten shilhngs more to any body elfe, tVJCnn ti it' 
manb onbcrsJ genicfen wdrc/ k'tte ic^ ca i%m fur icl)enfd;il- 

linge n'.el;r Oerfaulft/^V Vaurois vendu pcur dix cbelins da- 
vantage a tout autre que vous. He was not lee'n by any 
body, c^ ^cA i^n nicnt' -^ "'■'■ "' - -'- ^t veu de perfon- 
ne. Abutiebody, . .r menfci^ cbcr 

(rati, ibftc^ in GUel)'-^-v....-..-.u ^v.. ...u.^Uebinoictcfum- 
nicrt/ un bommc ardtr.t, ou :tne fcmmc ardent <:, qui f me- 
lt de tuutes cbofes. Every body, iebetiuan. cin ubiBCba/ 
chacun,tout lemonde. No-bddv, niematib/ fcin mcufch/ 
pcrfonne. He was no-body, that*coald not do it, man XO\xxii 
bcnjcnigen nic^t 9cai)fet ^ubcn^ bcr c^ nicl)t \)attc t^m Ur\' 
I Win, on ne faifuit point ae ens d'une perfonne, qui n^avoit 
\ point ce talent. He is no L od v at it, cr }cJ>idEt }id) nicf)t bar? 
}U/ cr »crild)et Ci nid)t, H nefi point propre a cela. .So- 
me-body, (cmanb/ quelqu'un. f. Some. A pair of bodies, 
f. Bodice. 

r.d^ fumpff, mcrait, /o«flV/fr^. A bdg- trotter, ctttcr 
ber v.\ fuaipiftgteu ortern t>crum roaubert/ (roic t>it rdubcr in 
3rrlajib iu tiuirt pjlegen) coureur de marais,{comme lesvo- 
leurs d Irla/ide.^) 

Bog-houfe, ^ \-.^, les lieux. 

Eoggic-boc, .. epcuvantail. 

To boggle, saivtiri \i.X)\\, tm ittJcijfvlile^cn/ fi<& I'bcr 



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BOG. B O L. 



ctmai ntcl)t cutfc^licffcri fonttcit / waitcFctt/ 1« bef tebe ^ecfeti 

l)\u\imi^tre ejfibarrafse-, balancer, he/it er. 

Boggy, fumpffic^t/ mowfiig/ /•/£■/» defondrieres. 

BcuJ^ cine bculc/ ciii gcfc^wure/ clou,froncle. 

To boil, Foc^Ctl/ fiebeil, etn)d^fcc|cU/ bouUUr^ culre. 

To boil to pieces , it\mi gar ju fe{)r c-ber in jlucf en foc^cn, 

j/tf/r^ pourrir de culre, fa'ire trop cuire. To boil away, 
mUd)Cny tUCgFoc^en/ fedhnlnueraforcede bouillir. To 
boil over , ubcrfoc^cn / liberlauffcn , verier. He began to 

boil over with rage , cr jtcng m JU tobeH/ ttsart) Mfenb/ /«/«- 

rsur Temporta. 

Boilar^^offalt, cine fal^^Fotc tim fat§f0rube/ Hen our on 

fait le f el, f aline. 

Boiled , gefO<^t/ gefotten, bouilU. Boiled meat , gefocf;t 
ficifd), dubotil/li. Hall" boiled away, bie §clfte Cingcfodf^t/ 
dechu de la moit'ie. 

Boiler, %\\\H^yM^l\ipotager,fourneaudecuiJine. f. fiU(^ 
Blancher. 

HoiUng, ba^ fod^cn Ober Sxi^iWi Vafllon de bouillir. Boi- 
ling-hot, ficbCnb'l)Ci^, tout bouiilant. 

Boifterous, ungeflum, nsiiibig/ llilrmifc^/ gcmaltig/ ^efttg/ 

violent, furieux. Aboifterousyouth,ei»)JOcOenber/ jdljeF/ 

jd^jocniger/ Icic^tfertiiicr iunje; unjeune emporte. 
B6ifterou?ly, jd^sentig, icic^tfertig/ po^enbcr/ unbefonne- 

tier rocifC/ « /' etourdie, avec emportenient. 

Boirteroufnefs, t)ie ungcflumiijFctt/ ^cftigJcit / ungeflumer 

\^XX\iviolcnce, vehemence, impetuojite. 

To bdke, ttjsrgen / fi(^ brec^en lOOUcn/ <n;o/V appetit de 
voviir. 

Bold, fu^itc/ fecf/ unoerjagt/ ^^r^/, com-ageux; fret); 
frepmut^ig / ^(P^tfj-f ; frc(^/ untJerfcOdmt / irnpudcnt, im- 

perfifient; OCrtVegcn; temeraire. Too bold, gar JUUerttJCJ 
gCH/ DCrmcfTcn ; fre(^ / temeraire ; impudent. I dare be 

bold to fay, ic^mag mir bic fu{)nf)eit (obcr fret)f)cit) ne^- 
mcrt/ unb fagen / j" ofe dire. He was fo bold as , er roar fo 

!CCE (unocrfc^dmt/) t>0,%, il eut la hardiejje de. ffl may 

be fo bold as to fay , fo x^ fagctt barjf/ fo ic^ mir biefil^n- 

!)Cit ne^men unb faqmi)av^,yiJel'ofe dire. He makes 
bold with thofe things, to which the greateft reverence 

is due, er nimmt ftcl[>btefret)f)eit/ er erfuljnet fi^ mit ben-- 
jentgen bingcn fctne furfirocil 511 trcikn, bic cr billig mit 
bcrgrojlcnc^rcrbictungtractirenfoltC/ Hfe donne la liber- 
ie de plaifanter furc^qu'il y a de plus venerable. He is 
too bold with the eloquence of former times , er critif 1- 

rct gar ju frc» uber bic eloquens t)er altcn fcribentcn / // 

critique trop librement /' eloquence dts anciens. A bold- 
face, etn freezer/ untjerfc^dmtermenfc^/ uneff'ronte, u» im- 
pudent. To put on a bold face , ctn i)crf5 fajfen / f ecf tt5crben/ 

s'enhardir,paroitre hardi. Bold-faced, frcc^/ untJCrfc^dnit/ 
effronte. 

Boldly, fu^nlic^/ tapjfer, unuerjngt; fre t)niutl)ig / frep 

^cran^ / hardiment, courageufe'ment ; francbement , libre- 
ment. 

Boldncfe, bic !«^n^eit/ »crn)egen^ett; fre^^eit; fretjmfi-' 

t^igf city bardie ffe, courage, intrepiditS ; Hberte,fertL 

Bole, bowl, ctn groijer rccitcr trincE .' beeper / obcrnapff/ 
godet. A bole of punch, cin grpljcr bcc^cr uoll »ort eif 
nem Xxm^t, \it\\ bic (Engldnbcr auf bcm mecre »on brun- 
tcivein/ m^ix, jucferunb limonicn' f-ift mad;ett , m grand 

godet plein de ce ncflar dn mer , que les Anglois nomiicnt 
punch. The bole of a pipe , bet f cpff eiucr WbdfS f pfciffC/ 
t>a man bcntabacf tjineinitccEct/ r embouchure d une pipe. 
Bole-armdniack, Sirntcnifcl^er boUi^z rot^cr bolu^/ bold' 
^rmenie. 



B O L. BON. 

E<Ming, ein ubcr^rocrc^c^fsgcl/ Obcr citt,fc^tf / feit, bamit 
ntiin bte fcgcl brcl)ct, bouUne. 
Boll, cin ficngcl/ tige. 
Boiled flax, fiac^^, fo jicngcl gewonnctt/ //» qui a une 

tige. 

Bollemong, boU-mong, &udb ^ ttJciftcn ; gcniifcl^rc^ gc- 
trcpbc/ obcr rocilicn mit rocfcn vcrniifd;t, bled [arrafim 

meteil. 

t BoUen, gcf(^n)onctt/ «ufgefcljtt)OUen/ enjU. 

Bolftcr, cin f)aupt'' Obcr bctt'fuffcn , ba>?fu|Tcu cinc^ fat- 
ii\i ; m gcbovpeltce tua^lein auf cine rouube \\\ \i%zx\,traver. 

Jin de lit ; bate defelle ; comprej]}. 

To bolftcr up, ti\mi untcrfluijcn/ cincmbenrucfcn l;altcn, 

i^n »crt^cibigen,' appuycr,foutenir. 

Bolfter'd up, U[itcr|altcn/ }C. appuye, i;fc. 

Bolt, cin ricgcl an ctner t^urc/ obcr fd)IoS' ; cin bol^e 

Cbcrpfcil/ verrou ■,javelot, trait. Prifoners bolts, fef; 
fcln / fers, liens defers. The bolt of a lock , cin ricgcl flm 
\d)U^, peledeferrure. A thunder-bolt , cin bonucr-fcil/ 
lafoudre. He has shot his bolt, CV \)0X feiucn boli^cn gc- 

fd)oj[en / er %^i fcincn [^n^ gct^an / er %<xi ba^ fctnigc %a\)m, 

il a tire fon coup. P. A fool's bolt is foon shot, cin narr 

fagtbal^fci^cgcbancfcn/ obcr, «ja^ ibnbcuc^t/ obcr, roa^ 

cr im finnc f)at/ un fm abientStditfapenfedoku^nghtt 

ganijgcrabc, tout droit. B61t-rope, einjiricf ; roomit bic fc- 
gcl in cincm fcl^iffc ring^ urn htnaW mxHn, bamit fie bcfio 
bcffcr ()aUen/ nervin. Bolt-fprit, bcrgcbogcncmaft-'bauutoorj 

\MaXi\^<))'i^i,beauprc'. 

To bolt, UXtai UCrricgcln/ JUricgcln/ verr6uiller,fer- 
mer au verrau. To bolt meal (flouer,) mc^ Uxiteln, 
burc^bcutCln / ausbcntchl/ bluter de lafarine, la faffer. 

To bolt a coney , cin faninic^ctt au^ftdubcrn obcr aufjo^ 
QCXX/ f aire lever unlapin. To boltacafe.cinc rcd)W-fac^c cr- 
TOCgcn/ab^anbclU/aUSmac^Cn. debatreun point de droit, I'agi- 
ter, I'exmniner. To bolt in , ploRlid) CtnfaUcn / gcfc^^nJiribc 
:^incinf omnten/ entrer tout e) coup , Q\xfubitement. To bok 

out, etwasaii^cincmfjcrauglocfcn/ ausforfc^cn/ auefragcn; 
gefc^tDinbC/ plofilid) ^crau^fonimcn ; ctroaei unbcbac^tfam rc- 

fcCH/ Cntroifcl^cn IflfTcn/ tjrerquelquechofe )ie quelcun-.fortir 
tout a coup ; dire ^ans y penjcr . 

Bolted, »)Crricgclt ; gcbcutclt/ JC. verrouille ,• blute, ifc. 

B(Mter, (a bolting bag,) cin mcljl-bCHtCl/ bluteau. 

Bolting, t)ic wcfricgelung/ bas; ucrricgdn/ juriegcln, jc. 

V aflion de verrouiller, ^c. A bolting-hutch, i\\\ bcutcl'fa; 

(tctl/ hucbe a bluter lafarine. 

Bolt-rope, f untcr Bolt. Bolt-fprit, f untcr Bolt, 
B<Mus,cinbifTcn/^<'/,^o/Kx. * A quieting bolus , cinbijfcn 

bfluon cincr ciufcl;ldfft/ abcr mmnicnnc^r «?icbcr crroa^er, 

bo I qui donne la mort. 

Bomb, cincbombC/fcUCr'-fugcl/ unebombe. 

To bomb, f To bombard. 

Bombard, cill f urli Ultb TOCitC^ flucF gcfcf)Uft, bombarde. 

To bombard, ctnjfli^ fccinbarbircn , mit cingeworffencn fcu- 
cr^higcln ucrbrenncn/ bombarder. 
Bombarded, bombarbirct/ bombarde. 
Bombardeer, cin bombarbircr/^c^w^^^vZ/Vr. 

Bombarding, bombarbirung/ bae'bombarbircn/^ow^'""^*^- 

?ncnt, I aflion de bombarder. 

Bombirdmcnt,tiic liontbiUbiuing/ bombarduucnt. 

B6mbafine,bonibafm/fcincrbarcfKt/ fo «uf bccbcn fcitcn 

lOtig ifl/ bafin, bomba/in. 

JSombaft,&:c. f Buinbafl-,&c. 

Bond, cine obligation, »crfc^rcifcung , ft^ulb - i'crfcf)rci'' 

bung; cin Wx^i elncbillbC/ felfcl/ obligation; licn,atta- 



BON. BOO. 

cbe. To enter Into a bond of friendship with one , ttttt if 
manb cin biinftnt*; bcr frcuti }u?aft mait^en , Hoiieramitteavec 
qadiuur. Bond-man, b Dad-slave, cmfrlat>eC^e^ leiS'Sianer 
EneC^t , un efcla-ji. BdaJ-woman , ettic leifc-cijjejic magt>/ 
j«»f ef clave. 

Bondage, tie tienftbarfcit/ fcla»crc9//f^'>«'^. ^A^*- 

Bone, etn Bein, fnoc^/ o^- Bone of fishes, cine fifc^s 
grdtco&cr bciii pon cincra ^\6)t, arete de poijjbn. * To 
fall (to be) upon one's bones , ctn';n brefo^en / aifd^tttic 



BOO. 



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ninmn, Cbcr X^talUn, gagner/'affefHen de quelcun. * To 
ran into one's books, bet) fcnunb fc^ulbcrt nia<^en/ Y-ii 
infc^ulbcnitecfcn, s'endetter a^ue/qu'un. * To get out 
of his books, t()tt tCjaftleit/ /e payer, s M-quhter. Book- 
maker, XtCX butter kl^tcibet, tVX\-:x'\btTXt • faife-ur d: Hyrest 
auteur. Bdok-iiindcr , etn buc^ - \>'':'.\'^tt t relitvr de livres, 
Bdok-feJier, etU buc^^^dnMer/ li hairs. Book- felling, 
bcr budget; 1)13 at)eL Ubrairle. Book-keeper, m, bucfi;^U 
tcr / teneur de livres. Book - worm , etn ttJUrttl, fo tit bu- 
6)iX\t^\^ti,verq^uironge les livres. * To book down. 



ren Obct W-WWiie jetter (-ur lu friperic de quc.'iiu'un, le ba3bU(^etRJci;§aert/aaffeSCtt/ mf{^Xt\'^tni ecrire dans itn 
battre. i tremble every bone of me, ic^ itttcre Unl) bebc /'-''<? 



iUxtin^mi^inidb , je treml/le par tout le corps. You 
Ikzy-bones, i^t fJUUcnBer, i^X fauUt Ux\> parejjeux que 
V9usftes. * He made no bones of it , er mat^tc 04) fetnc j 
gcbancfen barubcr ; er trug Uin bebencfeit t& lu t^un, . 

ilffatfituucunfcrupule. Back-bone, tcrrucf- grab / /'?- ■ 
pine du dos. Shoulder -bone, \>ai \d)Vi\tCV'idn, I'os de\ 



Bo'okish, ber jletgig ^bieret/ ber gern li<(ct,JJsfdieuxy atta- 

cbiaux livres. 

Boom, etn ntfifl-bfl" 'i, mat de navire. Boom 

ofahaven,tial)a*Jtfcn ; ;?j?entrtetncm^a»en/(^ff?-r<' 

d' unport. 

Booaiing, A. \>ai aCe fegel auf^at , (tocnn aDe 



Tepr.ule. Hip- hiickie-) bone , ba^ bilff; bein / ros dela fegel in bcm fc^ijfe aufgefe^t (t«l>/) i»i porte toutss fes 
cuijfe. Shin-bone, baj fc^ien-bein, i OS delajambe. Jaw- , vo/Yci- 
bone, cheek-bone, t\\\ hnn^bacFett/ macboire. Whale- 
bone, ein bctn ooa eincm maUpfd^C/ pfc^^bein, uuecSte de 



baUne. Bdne-lace, eittc fpi^e, fo auf einer bdncw ff in 

bcl gcmad)t Itirb/ dtntelle , /"////<? au fufeau. Bone -ace, 
fi:i farteit'feid/ barinncn Mi carreau-a§e3 alien onbcni 
fatten jUl'Ortfcut , forte dejcu de curtesy oh T as dc carreau 
I ' ejr.portefur tcutes les autres cartes. Bone - fetter , (XWtXi 

ber bct.i4>tuci)e unb tvrrciicfunfleu curirt/ «» renoueur, un 

bailleur. 

To bone, aufl ctwa3 bte betne au^ne^men/ defojjer. 
Boned, baraul biebcinegenommen,- defofse. 
Bdnenre, cin frcuben - feuer feu dejoie. 
Bonclefs", J)ar ; ■ bdl, fans os, qui n a point d'»s. 

Bdnegrace, b; : artcon cincni ^utleiiJ,fo bieflei- 

neijlinberbesfomuu.: i; ; vicfonnen-biRcaufbcm fopffe tra; 
gc«, certain rebord, que Ics pttits enfans portent I'' ete fur la 
titepour les ^ojontir du bale. 

Bdnely, bdnnily. Adv. luftig. \)\x\)\}^,joHmeitt. I am glad 
to fee you look fo bonniiy to day, e^ i]! mir Ueb \Vi fcben, Itiic 
il)r^eutcfe ^itbfd) ii.\i.i\^iX< jemerejouis de vous voirji bon 
v''''-"'^ ■'■' ^:ir d'buy. 

.•en,ciii callus, obcr^arte^au^foiuitjcilcn m ben 

l\. , . ; I'cr be mdc^ fet; la forme. 

Edngrace, f. Bonegrace. 

Bonnet, einefajjpc, muisccbcr ^CiXiX\ eine raann^ *mu^e/ 
\\i unter bctn ^ut gctragcn airb, bonnet -, calote. The bon- 
net ofa fail, ein fcgel, fo untcn an grcffe fegel ge^eftet n>icb, 

bonnette. 

Bdnnily, f Ponely. ^ 

* Bonn tig; frolic^/ ^^w/Vj^y/;. 

P'"'"' . : cbcrgrdrcn ojjeux. 

]'■[ ;Fel/ i!cgcl, tin tummer/ unoerjlanbigcf, ttn? 

gcli. - ■ j),bad(jut, benet. 

Book, iin \i\xA), un livre. A paper -book , tin fc^rcib' 
bucti / l.'bre en blanc. News-book, leitung,. gazette. Day- 
bo«k,cin diarium, cin t4qlic^ ^anb-buc^, tag^bucb, jour 
nal. To mind one's book, flcirig Icmen, flci'^ig fhl^ 
bir:n , itudurfort i^ferme. To learn one's book , fcinc 
lefti'-n Icrncn, apprmdre fa leqon. To fay one's iclfon 

without book, fcine leftion flU3tt>enbigfai^cn, /^/Vf /« /f- 
qon par coeur. To fall to one's book again, njicber fln 
feiu fiatiren gcf)cn, reprendre fes etudes.. Pcok- trade, 

trade of books, ber bildjer^^anfcel, ber ^anbel mit bi'icbern,, 
librairie. " '^ ... 



' Boon, S. fine gabc/ gunH / ein gcfcfientf ; m gefjUen ; tint 

\i\tivi grace, faveur; plaijtr . requite. 



A boon companion, cin gutcracfcrt^e cbcrmit-gefenc/ nn 

boncompagnon. With a boon grace , mitcinctgutCft manief 

ober angcnebmcn art u:ib gebcrbc/ de bonne grace. 

B(ior, cin baur, baur5'mann//'«{/tf«. 

Boord.f Board. 

Boorish, brtUrifc^ y gtob, Un^OfUd^/ tCljJtfc^/ ruflique, 
grower. 

B<^orishnefs , biegrob^cit/ baurifc^e grobe oxt, ruflicitet 

grofperete. 

Boot, ein jh'efely bote. The boots of 3 coach, bct 
fc^lagaufbepbcnfeiten in cincr futi'c^cn/ les portieres d'un 

\caroffe. Boot-tree, bcot-laft , cin fticfel-leificn/ embou- 

cboirdebote. Bdot-ftrap , bcrrtcmcon cinetn ftictfcl, ba- 
rcttraani^niUteUC^t/ tirant debate. Bdot, bcc propt/ flC; 
tuinn/ DCrtbiil/ bie JUgabC/ iUbutTe, profit, emolument , fur- 
plus y accefj'oire. What will you give to boot, n53^ ttoUt 
iljr mir nOC^ lugcben ! que me donneriez-vous de retour. 
You shall have this to boor, ibrfcUct V\:iii brein cbct JU- 
^Obcn/ vous aurez-ceci par d.ffiis , oafur le marche. Much 

boot, grojfcr gcnjin|!//r^»<;'o-tf/». Tis to no boot, ntdn 
gcTOinnct nic^H babet», niait |at feincn proftt, vorrt)ctl W- 

t)OU , CoUUIjCtnit^W^eebieHCt JU xi\6)U ,j:' eft inutile, a n< 
fert di rien. 

To boot, Hcne tt/ taugen, ^mntcn, WX%t%ferviry ctre uti- 
le a. It boors not, e€bienet \u nic^t?, ti tauoct ober nM%tt 
ni^t/il fiifcrt de ritm, c'cflen vain, ou inutilement. 1 1 fa oocs 

little, es ift lucnig baran geiegcn, il imports peu. 
Booted, gcfhcffcit/ bote. 
Booth, cine \)V.'b:, ^uttt, cabojK, loge. 
Tobiiot-hale.rauben, jle^len/Hunbcra ; bc«te ma^cn, 

auf bcutC auejic^cn pHier , voltr , picorer 

Bdot-haler, ein rdubcT/ ber plunbert, beute mad^et/ 'JoUur, 

picoreur. 

Bdot-halino:, ber biebjla^l, xciVibMt bcute,ba5 jie^Ieii/beut 

raac^cn, vol,p:ilage, pico-rie. 

Booting, ciiiepcinlic^efraacf fo mit eincm cifcrn fticPcl 
unb fcilc 1 qcfc^ieijct , u»b in ^cbt^ttlanb ficbcaud;t reirb forte 
de qutfuon, avec des coins if une bote defer, qui fe pratique 
er. Ecojfe. 

Bootlefs, unnuglic^, ucrgcblic^, inutile. 

Booty, cine bcutC/aiisbeutC/ cinraub/ butin,proye. 



* To get into one's books i KOMitb^ 9«np ge^ ' -play booty > ftrf) mit eincm ^etralii"»er#e^en /cinen bcim- 

K licften 



74 



BOP. BOR. 



Uc^ciieerflanb mit kmani> l^abcii/ s'entendye avccque/cun, 
itre d' tnteUlgence avec lui. 

Bopeep.f. e- to play at bopcep, fi^ uerilccFctt ; iematib 

SCrtloblrtCf J»Ctfeatffe{>C!t/ fe cacher ; jette7- des regards y ou 
des oei Hades a la deroiee. 
Bckace, f. Borax. 

Borachio, m Icbcrti QcfdjTe/ ttwrem t)te ^prtuicc l^rcu 

tticint^ltll/ un beiHwaiJJ'eau, oh ks EJpagnoh mettent lairs 
vifis. 

Borage>6orctfc^/ bonrache. 

Borax , bcm^/ /^o?vj.'. 

Bordel, brothel,) ixix \)\\mv^:)<X\\^i bordel. 

Border,emrant>/l)«i'b,9cfiati/faum/ enb/ brt^ nuffcrflc-; em 

Jlumcn-'WCVCfy einC brucfcr ? IciftC/ ^o;-//, hrdure, extremite ; 
jUiiroTiyVignette. The borders ot'a country, tie aViftl^CttCi- 
nC9 Ifltlb C^/ IcsfrontiereSy les limltes d- unpuis. 

To border, ctma^ber^tjcii/ en!faj|cti / bortt cren, /Sor^^r. 
To border upon, angr4nfiett/ mifli>ffcn; fid^ naT)cn/ iial)c 

fommcU/ confiner; appocher. His jefts border ujion pro- 

phanenefs, fcMic fcf)tr?*rcbe!i fjiib bci) ii(i{)e gortlofc I'cten/ 

_^^j plaljanterks apprcchent , ou font voi/in?s de I'impiete. 

To border together, an cinaii&cr i\s^%w, ^\%x gra'tiijen / cmfi- 

«(?;•, ttboiitir. 

Bordererrbcrfltt tO'grdnfiCttJO'^ttCf/ qui demcure aux fran- 
tieres. They are borderers, flcftnbleutC/ bicanbcn grtfntjt'll 
1U0't)t5Clt/ ccfont desgens defro^Mieres, 

Bordering, grdnJjent)/ anfieffcnJ)/ ba^finbcrssaw^clicsl/ 

frofitiere., voifin. 

Bord-half-peny,ein^al{»er€tt9(tfc^erflie6er/ \>i\\ maitauf 
i>cm maccftcitt^kt/ ba^ matrfcincnjaareti au^lcgcti bucff/ eta- 

lace, droit quifepnie aux marchez. Bord-land , tafcl ^ (lu^ 

tber/Obcrbaelenigelanb/Welc^c^beHel)!!^^/ urn fciue tofcf 

iUl)altCtt/ fur fief) fclbcrbctKiU//<?J/f^Tfx ^^e lefeigneur d'un 
Jieffc refer ve phur P eittretien defa table. 

Bordure,bci; railb/ fiJUm/ borbiciUtUi/ bordure. 

Bore, S. tic rocitC iXXiii jiudF^/ f-j/Z^rt-. f. nucf) Boar unb Bo- 
er. The bore of alock' bae lOC^ ail cincm id)lt>fiC,letroud'ufte 
ferrure. Bore-rtee, \,^\\xn'i!itX'\><XVi\\\,fureau. 

Bore, (tc^truc; ) iflbaiJimperf.iion to bear. 

To bore, ctty^o \K)\)Xiniperccr avec une tariere. To bore 
a hole, etttlodj bol)rctt,/^/rf untrou. 

Bored, (;ebo()i-et//'«^^'- 

Bortlc, erne art cinc^ tani?e^/ /<« bourrce. 

Boringiba^ bofjrctt/ / '*<7/o» ^/f ptrccr. 
' B6xn,g etra (?ai/ (?c(ittC!1/ K. porte,foufeyt, &c. f. To bear. 

Ail charges born, iub«maUet«tfo0eu tfjoljlct wcrben, tous 

frais fails. 

Boiflr gebo^rcti/ geicngct/ ^"^i j» rtroa^ ecrcrbnct^ 

deftiyie. The firft-born,. bCJ: Cf|t-'gclobtnc^ I e premier 
ve. The good lenlc, to which he is born , bec flU? 
te tetpanb r butttit ifen tic natur bcgobt li)at, le bon fens, 
dont la nature L' a dove, A gentleman born, ctll gebofjl'' 
ncr (ftclntflHItf »» gemilhomme de naiffance. A man 
born of mean parcEtage, (it: manii / fcuon gmngcnt l)cr- 

fjmilien tf?f un humme qui efl de baJJ} naiffance. Born to 
a great eftate , bcr wcficn (ciiicr ft-ifuiift qrcffc gutfKP »« cr- 
ttJartCtl l)fl£ / qui doit heriter de grands bi ens par la droit dc 
ja naiffance. Botnbeioie his time, ciuc tUUcittgC ffUC^t 
unavorton. Bife-born, ci:i ba^larb/ ^Urcn^fc^tl / bhard. 
Born after the death ofhls father, x\txA) bc^ tjatct^ tobc ge^ 
\ii\xt\\t P'\(^^-^^^- Still-boni, tObtige&Ot)rcir/ OTt;r/-i»/. 
He w^s not born tawiactial exploits, CT ifl ui'rl^t 5Unt fricge 



BOR. BOT, 

6ltt / depuis que je furs au monde. I never faw the like, fin- 
c^;i was born, jd^ t)a()c mctii Icbtag beijglcic^ett nid}t i^ic- 

\)i\\f jenai jamais veu tells chofe de ma vje. To be born, 
gcbpi)reni\3Crbcn; VXt V&tXt UmwMW, naitre. To be born 
again, nJtCbccgcbo^rctltCCl'beil renaitre. Where was you 
barn ? ttJO fct)b if)r f) er '^ d 'ou hes vous ^ 

Borough, bdrow, ciuflecEen/ gtoffel bCfff , bomrygrvi 
village. -. " . 

To borrow, cttDfll borgctt, entlcTjUCtt / emprumer. 

Borrowed, gcboftjctr emprunti. 

Borrower, citier/Oberdllf/fobd bOVgCt/ celui ow celle qui 
emprimte. 

Borrowing, \>(^^ borgCll/ K. emprunt , I'a&ion d'em- 
pruKter. 

f Bpfcage, elft ge&fifdj »t>er ort/ ba »id bdume jicljcij ; bic ci^ 

cl^Cl^lDCtbC/ clcl^elll.. UK bocage ; glatidee. 

Bdfom, bcl' bufcm ; fc^CO^/ /f /"<:/«. The bofom of the 
chiirch ,_i)cr fc^OOK bCl' iix^tw. lefein , ou legiron de I 'egliff. 
Bdlbrn-fricnd, c{ljyatrautec\)bcc j^crBeil^^ freuub/ un ami 
intime y unami ducoeur. The wife of my bofom, mcinc 
liebjie/ macberefcmine. Bofjm- enemy, ciu l)cimlic^cr 
feinb/ cut fn liefer frcutib/ Wnennemi , quit'rabitfouslesap- 
parences de I 'amitie. The bofom of a shirt, (itj fc^lil} JJOrtie 
aUI ^embbC/ lafcmed'ime chemife. 

Bdfon, bdfen, f. Boat-fwain. 

Bdfs, cin bucEcl obcr ^ocfer flmle'be; bcr Fno).^ff att ci- 
nem rof'^jaum , cber bic nuibeI}ol)cattciuemfcf;ilbC//5ey^i 

bojfette. 

Bdfred,bucfli(§t/ bofu. 

Bdt, eitt f urjjer bicf cr ivnrm in pfcrben/ «« r«-. 

Botanical, jur frdutCl'-f UUfi gcl)0ljg/ botanique. 
Botanicks, btC frifuter-'fuilfj^ botanique. 

Bdtanift, tct ttjiffcnfc^rtft V'OH bcn frautccn ^t i^eto' 

iiifie. 

Botargo, ctrte gcfaltjencnnbflcborrctcfifc^ ^rogetjon cinet 
mcer-df^^e/ bauon in 3taUen cine brat-'ttjurjl gemnc^t roirb/ 

Botch., cin dngejlicftcrffcc! obcr (iucFt«ct>; cin gefc^rour, 
ctnc gran(j«5fcn-beulc ; ein fiict-'roci'cf \rx eincmucrfc/ piece ^ 

tflcere, foulain venerien \ cheville dans un vers. To leave 
a botch behind one, ctnfrt^untJOllFcinmcn lafiCH/ laijfr une 
cbofe imparfaite. 

To botch, ctWa^fiucFcrt/ picFcU/ rapiccetery ravoder^ rape- 

taffer; ein TOcrcE vcrberbcn/ i)crflummtln/^'«/f''. om /aire 

nial uh euvrage. 

Botched, flcflltf f/ ?C. rapieccte, &c. 

Botcher, ctll ^khx, tint fiicfcril!/ ravodeuTyravodeufe. 

Botching, bat^ fJicFcH/ M.l'afliLn derapicceter, (i^c. 

Bdtchingly, ccfljcftcr/ uttgcfc^ t;f tcv ober uncrfa^rncr mcifcy 

enfavetier, grofftirevient. 

l-ioth, bepbC/ aUcbci)bC/ bc^bcrlct)/ tous les deux^teus 
deux y I'un 4^ I autre. Many were killed on both fides, 

e^ ftnb uiclc m\ bei)bcn fcitcii unigcfcnimcii.// j eut plufiturs 

tuezde part ^ d'autre. A jack of bdth-lides, cincr bCC 

ficI)lcid)ti>onbcrciiicnvtTrt!)cpiurrtiibcrnFcl>rct / ber ciJbal& 
init bem cincm/ fcaib mit bcni aitbcrn \)k\x, un huinme qui tour- 
nefacilement cafaquc , qui efl tantSt d ' un partly tantSt d un 
autre. 

B«th» Adv. e.g. both by fea and land, li'^'btii \\\ njof- 
fcrunb iUlrtnbc, nicbtaUeui5m»a(fcr/ foabctn ftUktsUitini 

bc/ tant par iner que parterre, par ma I& par terre. Both 
in time of peace and war, ntd)taUcilt| WClIU CSi fi:icbC; fiMI- 



c t!:cf)C(nT / frfdncftfic^.itc»)t5umfricge, ks amtcs nc font ) bern aHC^^ wcmi c« fries ili / ra tcm de paix ds" er, unu de 
'f:as /(jvfait. Sukc I was bora , fcit iii^ iw big welt gcfcmmcn : guerre. 

' . Bd:c- 



BOT. BOU. 
F .'.'. Glafs-bottle, rine g(ii- 

fcriic verre,ph:ole. Bdctlenos'd, 

Itx cine grone fi^dni»iicf;e m\i ^at/ juiaimgros vUain 

tfcZ. 

Bdctle-brush iryc, geupl//c». Sucklng- 

borrie, cfii \a\\a, ■■- ion. A botde of hay , tin 

Imtldu {)CU/ ^ne oitte defcin. 

To bortle, ttt&iJ> iti gldfernc boHtciQen cbcr jTafc^ctt t^un, 
C&cr niciKH, mettreenbcuteUls. To horde hay , l)cu ^ufd^cl^ 
n5;i'; jufmnucn h\\\^%nibotu!er dufoln. 

B6n:Ied,ia|lafcOcfi8et§an; tnfeuntlemgrfiunbeii, »««» 
houtellle; batteU. 

Bottling, bj^ aicffen tit ircin^ ^^^cr fcter'flafd&cti, k- l'*ftion 

de mettre m bouteilt'es, &c. f. To bottle. 

Bottom , tcs iatcTif grunt); tai du(fcrf?c, &cr mittt^t 
f^fil/ Jjoscnt'c; cin tbal; dii((S}itf, /a»d; boat -. v.tlSe\un 
r.avlre. The bottom oi'a liquor, tie grun&^uppc , tic^cfctl/ 
le [cdhnent d' une ligueur. This lies at the bottom of all 
his objections, i)i« jjl tec onint* olfcr fcincr cinrcJcti, c<r/? 
le foKdement de toutes fes objeffion:. Aft on a feparate 
bottom , iux fic^ flUcin / nx6) fcittem fcjrf fjantielii/ 
agir feparatesr.ent , -d^ fon chef. The bottom of a val- 
ley, ^tCticfccilK*^t{^aU, /j^j/wrwwfwr^tfSirx'iz/tfV. The 
shi? zoes bottom upwards, iai^ fc^itf l:ufft gcfahr ooni n?i;:tc 

."r.U ircrtcn, ie vaijfeau eji fur U point de fom 
-.iks. The bottom of an inkhom , ?fr tintcrite 
tl: Cil c;;iC5 tintcn-faffc^ / rorfi^'/ d' ecntohe. The bottom 
of an artichoke , bad unterfJc AH cincr artift^ccfe , It cul 
d'vtnart'ichau. The bottom of the flairs, ber il;'timctr)eil 
Cillcr trerpc ; /£■ basde /' f/r -//f?-. The bottom of the bel- 
ly, bcrnnterftcthcil r = bas du ventre. A bot- 
tom of thread, cin f,;.. unpelitcn defd. To cut 
abook at top and bor:Q;r.,.ein buc^ okn unb untcn \v 
f(^nci&Cn t rogner an livrepar la the hf par la ([ucue. The 

bottom of a perriwig, tie ipcfcn untcn «n dncr pcrrMqucn, 
hs coins d' une perruque. To ftand upon a ^ood bottom, 
n>oMilcben» aufctneinsutcngruRtc frozen, fne fur un ben 
picJ, etnbicnfonde. To fix one's bottom upon one, \\<^ 
auf t: Jn:::ib uerlajTen . fsr^pcfer fur quslqu'un. p. Better 
ipare at tne brim than at the bottom, tt i|T bc^fcr ini iinfan- 
gC/ oXi ant cnbe fvitrfant JU fcpn, // v<wtf »;/V«;v epargner au 
commaicement qu'alafn. 

" To bottom, etiBas gri^nbctt, bcffcn grunb k^zn, fonder. 

Bdttomary, f. Bottomry. 

Bottom. ' tljonde. Flat-bdttom'd, tltitetncitt 

fatten tct iat. 

^ ^°" " Kutcv/ uitcrjrunblic^ ; utimdfig, iibcnttdf; 

■'^y; •'. q»i »' If point defend; dar.f';ire; impenS- 

tiab..^ ..J ^ ..comlels pit, cin ii.h%im\t,tinabime. 

Bottomry, entlc^ntc.^ gclb/Obcrbiecnae^nunacmfrfum-' 
v\^ gclbc^ am cin fd)ifF, ^ow^r/V. 

Bduchc of court, f Budje of court. 

* Tobdugec -- [\<:n, s enfler. 

Abougccin-; , une enflure. ■ 

Rouger,!. Buuiicc, 

Bough, tin a%~brancbe,rameau. 

Bought, ^tUim.acbetc. I bought, i(§ fauffite / pb« ^bc 
gCtJlttt ,7 a4:bcteis,j acbetai,jaiacbete. 

Boiil,f. BowI,&c. 

Boulftcr, f. Bolfter. 

To boulr, &c. f*. To boir, &c. 

%im buckle pbcr mufqucrc ; bic rubmrcbjafcit , jrfi^lerc?, 



BOU. ~ 75 

'rectattbi-u'i e^IatoKttpet dune arme a feu; vamterie, rtiO' 
' montad€. ~ ^ 

\ To bounce, cinen grcifctt fc^lag / ftac^crt, bias ebcr 
' fttall gcb/ti ; praftlcn , fii!^ rubinen , />f/c-r , fairs un 
L-lat ; yV vanter. To bounce at the door , mic gc^ 
trait 0.\\, bie tbfirc fvOligCtt CbtC Hojjffcil/ </(W»fr un grand 
coup a Ia parte, cogmr fort. To b'>unce the door open, 
Cifte ftltr mtt gct»jU OUffi^tagctl , enf oncer la poite. To 
bounce, bounce up, I9icbcrattff;>rill9<tl, *<w»</fr, fairedrs 
bonds, rejaillir. 

Bouncer, etaj^r^UT/ "Srof iVrw^cr , |jlanbcr«", wtt, ba- 

vard, barcarde. 

Bouncing, bci aUffr ri.tgett, !C. I'aflion debondtr, ifc. fTo 
bounce. Abouadngids, elu btcE, fctt/ lufhg nidgbgca, 
uni dondon. 

Bound, A. «cSunbeti/ i>crbarrt>;.i / %t%<\M.m, PS^ obit. 

ge,^c. f. To bind. Bound -m^fonrj^, gcfunbciT mcmr; 
t»ercE; maqoriKcrie en liaifen. Whither aiQ you bound ? 

m iDoiiet i%i ^iii? wo rclfct i^r ^in? njo faorct, ce^ct i^r 

'T>il! ? o« tf//«: v<>*j .' eit s'en va-t-on ? Our ship was 
bound to Amfltrddm, unfer |l:^tf fubr Cfoltc fatten) na((^ 
5ttti^crb.ini , t»dr gclabcn nac^ 2(at#crv'am., nStre vaiffeau 

ail<Ht a Amfterdam,y/(7;V charge pcur Amfttrdatn. We are 
bound from Gfd^AT to London, mt foim«cn JJOn ^d^xi urtb 
fabrcn nat^ Soilbcn / nous vencns de Cadiz i^ ntus a/Ions i 
LoiKires. 

Bound,5".Citimarc!-'itetn^9ri!t$-i1citt, mard, tint f^tart: 
dt, grdnHc frontier/ iiclmaiacf>ubr; bome, Umite, terme. 
The bounds of modefty, btc grdnfeen, fi$rancfen/ r^cl.t 
^crbcfc^etbcnbcit/ bomesou reg/es de la mcdcfti.-. To drink 
within boLinds, mdftg, obcr rait tnd^itjfcit trtncfcn, boire 

faKsexees., boire avec moderation. I shan't keep within 
bounds , [<S) tocrbe f ciac ina^ ^nUen , ;e.n: gar derai point ds 
mejures. Bounflone , drl Ittvircf- obcr cranf? MWi borne, 
ou picrre quifertde borne. Bound fetter, ctn f;lb fc^cibcr/ 
flU^ntcfTflr/ Mx^ai^eSaotm^x^ittcelHiqslpofeumhome, un 
mefureur de terre. 

* Bound, cirt l^XtUtt, frmttg, »« b9nd,faut. 

To bound, ctftja? uto.iram?cn, umfcQrirtcf ctt , etnfffcrlit- 

cfcn, bcfc&rancfcn , martJen fc^cn • ticl u«b ntdf flcHcn,. fe* 

I ^Ctl/ bornery rtmiter. To boijnd upon , o;t Jtat'KCil , OB^ 

ftClTm, aboutir,confinera, Toboanu, tUteOcr flUffpnngctJ, 

bcndir, rejmllir. 

Boundary, mOTCf/ grdttfet/ ft%VXitt , bemtJimheyfi^eH. 
ttere, 

. ^o^'^ed , urwfi^rdildct, umotdHSct, K.b^mijimite,^ 
\. To hound. 

Bounden, DctbiRbcnb; fcfeulbta/ j «/ lie, qui obH^e. Accor- 
ding to our bounden duty, nn^ unfcT f(^ulbt3aj"^|?ffi<it» Z^- 
lonnotre devoir. 

Boiinder, cin fclb<<^dbcf obcr auimfffcf ,<r^/«/ f */>ij/V tmi 
bomc. : 

Bounding, S. W natdat, ©^cr umgrdnQoi, k. raflion de 
borner^^iffc. j. To bound. 

Boiinding,/^. angrdttecn^ anfh»ffcab/ vo/ySi, ^»/ f<ww6,#, 

limitropbe. 

Boundiefs, Uftiljblic^/ Ol^ttC maf, Unttldfig /»»/ri»/, duin'a 
point des homes. 

Bounteous, \. Bountiful. 

Bountifiil,flDtt^dtig, milb, ftmthk,bienfaifanf, libera/. 

Bountifully, frcwcbig^ mi\iu}li(!lf./iberalemef!f,genere»- 
fement. 

BountiiliJnefs, bicflutt^dti^fcit, milbi'^rcit, fretwcbiyfeit 
incltnetimafa:redubienylibcratite,la7gej}. 

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75 



B O U. BOW. 



' Bojinty, bfe mttUtiQhit, mmishit, ^um^Wit ei- 

nero/itf, hberalite. - 

* To boiird, f. To joke. 
-* To bourgeon, f. To bud. 

* Bourn , f. Brook. 
To boufe, f. To bowze. 

^ B our, mtiifX, coup, fots. At one bout, flitf tmxd^l, tout 
d'ttn coup. A drinking-bout, cill fi^mau§/ cinf f(ttt5el8C? 
rt'»)/ einc jec^e^ citlVaufd)/ debauchehboh-e. A merry bout, 

eiiie InfibarFelt/ ergojjltd^jfclt/ une rejbuijfance. * i muft 
have a bout with him, \<i) ntu^ ihn bocl; cinmafil anfalien/ 

Cbennic^ nut l^m ^Ciumfc^lrtgen/ ilfaut que je Pemrepren- 
ne, ou que j' en ciecoufe nvec hit. 

B6utefcu,cin \\m\)'lxt\mx;tm aufru^rifc^cr mcnfc&/ 
«rf>cbcrber (ircittgfetfeit/ toutefeu. 
Bow, ein bucfUng, l»cnu man fic& fur temanb 6ucfct; 

fca^ »ort>crt()Ctl am fdE)iff/ reverence d'homme; I' avant dii 
vaijfeau , la proue. 

Bow, m bogcn (tamit ju fcfjicffcit/) cin fibclbogcn ; &cr 
ring emc^ fc^luiTcB/ ein ^albcr circfcl/ (ein mot^ciiiatifdjee 
tufii'umcnt/ bamit man bie ^6{)e einc^ binges nintmt;) ber 

bogcn incuiembegenijeffl^/ <?rr; archet: anneau declef; 
demi-circle; branche de la garde. P. To fly like an ar- 
row out of a bow, ficgen mc m Hitid}'p\cil allercomme 
un trait d'arbalete, ou phts vtte que le vent. P. To ha- 
ve two firings to one's bow, mc^r mittcl fl'c^ JU Ixlffcn fja- 
bCH/ avoir deux cordes a fan arc. To make a bow of a 

bufmefs, cnic fac^c DoUcnbctT, jum cnbc bringen/ terminer 

une a f aire. Ci6£s-bovf ^ tin axu\lt\X% arbalete. Stone- 
bow, cine arm4rufl jum f ugel-'fc^teffen , arbalhs ajalet. 

Saddle-bow, bcr fattel-bogett/ / 'arqon delafelle. Rain-bow, 

ber regcnbegen, I'arc en del. Bdw-ftrhig, cine ^t^nz \\x 

etnem bogen, corde d'' arc. B6w-man, eitl \i^\\Hi archer. 
Bow-net, cine ftfc^er-reufC/ nnjfe dephheur. Bow-bearer, 

etn unter-auffc{)er fiber mzxi {lix^i forte d'offidcrfubalter- 

. ne deforet. Bow-legged, f. Bandy-legged. Bow-fprit, 
f. Bolc-fprit. 

To bow, fic^ biegett cbcrncigen; t\.X6<x% biegctTy Frum- 

iUXWi fe plier; courberyflechir. To bow to one, fii^ffir 

kman^^ bucEen obcr neigcn/ i^n gruffeii/ faire la reverence 

a quelquun. To bow one's heAd,bfi^ ^aupt neigen, bais- 

fer la the. To bow down, frummen; fic^ nlcbcrbficFen/ 

courber ; -fe projlerner. 

Bowed, gcbogen/ gefrummef/ courbe,piie. 

To bowel, ctwa^ mint^mtn, lit gcbdrme cber ba^et'n^ 

BCttJCibc atl^nc{)mcn/ arracher les entraillcs, evemrer. 
Bowelled, ans^acnoinnten/ vuidS, evcmre. 

Bowels, ba^ eingcmcibc/ bie bdrmc/ emrailha. 
Bower, cinc Iflubc tn cinem garten; cin fd?i!t-ancFer; m 

\mt\\\itX ^i\\6)X<X\!Ah\, berceauytrcilte: ancre; un mufcle 
pliant. 1 he celeilial bower, bcjr gejlimte cbcv gett)olbete 
Ijimniel/ voute cckjie ou etoilee. 

Bowct, bowels, cirt jan^ef banm^abid^t, oijeau Bran 
chier. 

To bowge, CttPa^b«rd)bo^reH/ \i\\X^^i)k^tXl, percer. . 
Bowmg, "Xi^i bf ugcrt / K. I'aflion de plier^ &c. 

Bowl, ein groiTce trJncf.'gefcT^Irr/ cine trincF- female, go- 

Hety grande taj}s it bo ire: ti\\tlmt\,hule; cin mflfl'Forb 

ernes fc^iffe^y hunei tin ^olJjcm f)anb^bccfcn/ un ba£in de- 
bois.^ To be at bowls, ln%t\nijouer a la hule. The 
bowl, of a fpoon, bic t}Ole cinCtJ loffcliJ/ le cuilleron d'une 
cuillere. 

^ To bowX fugeln; bic fugc! fc^tebm/ wx^x&vx^iv^ jouer 

a la bottle-, jetter la Uuk. \ 



BOW. BOY. 



m!^:^o& ^■^^■''°^^^'^' ""'^tsen^orffctt. x^m^i. 

Bov/Ier, S. f ugcl-fpielcr ijoueur de boule. 

Bow-legged, f. Bandy-legged. 

Bdwlin,Y. Boling. 

Bowling, Ui fuget' OjIcI, lejeu de boule. Bovvlin^- 

green, em fugcl^pla^ mit gra§ bewac^fcn/ jsu de boule fur 

un tapts verd. '' 

Bowfer, cin fecfcl^mcilJer/ quejleur. 
To bowTe , f. To bowze. 

Bow-waugh, cin gemac^tciJ mxt, ba^ bcUen ber Bttnbe 

au^JMbrucfcn , tnot mventi pour exprimer I'abhyement 
des chiens. 

Bowyer, einfcfjufiC/boflcn^c^u^e; ctit bogen^-macficr/ «r- 

cher; faifeur d'arcs. 

• *To bowze, in iangensiigentrincfcn/^wVf«mf/tf;vW 
Box, buc^!?l)aum^'bclH; cine bitc^fc, cin (r^rtc^tlein, em 
flcmc^ U^tiw-, ber n)Mrm in einer fc^raube; tiwt bucbfe 
oberem bcfDerlcin cine^ tafc^en^-fpicler^; m Q^\>\mMxL 
percrttn eincm ccmobien-fjaufc; tin Wtxn gemach cbcr 
^eimlidjcr ort, m man trincfen fan ; tin fac^ in bem 

fc^rift^faflert/ bouis-, boite^ caiffe-, ecrou ; gebelet ; logfy 
trou, petit reduit a boire; cajfetijt. Box-money, \iQ^i 

gelb fo man in W reei^nac^t-biicl^rc ober fpr^-bud^fc cin|ie<= 

cFct/ etrenes de noel. Box-tree, buc^i^bauni/ bouis d'arbre. 

Dre^ling-box, cin iMcrccFic^t faiHein, rcorctn man Hina^t- 

ItUi (eget/ carrede toilette. Poor-box, bcr almofen*f"a^ 
lien in einer lixtiji , tronc des aumSnes dans une eglife. 
Duft-box , cine^ fanb''b4(J;fe / poudrier. * C hriltmas-box,* 
bit «jeinac^t^4ucOfC/ les etrennes, tirdire. Dice-box, ci^ 

nc ttsurffel^'biic^fc/ comet. The coach-box, bcr fift obcr \t^i 
fel einerfutfci^cn/ le/iege dn carojje. A box on'rhe ear, 
cine O^rfelge/ unfouflet. * You are in the wrong box, 

i^r fcDb nlcl)t rcc^t bran^ il)x bem'egt cuc^ fe^r, vousvous 

trompez fort , vous du7:ncz a gauche. 

A country-box, cin tanb4au^gen/»»^/«/Vf maifon de 
campagne. 

To box one, ctncm O^^rfcigcrt gcbeU/ /y»j^/fr quelqu'un, 
le batre a coups de poing. 

To box up, in einen faficn UcrfcfjliciTcff/ renfirmerdans 
un coff're. 

Boxed, ber o^rfeigcn bcFommen f>(tt, foujietc, batit. 
Boxing, "Xitxi o{)J:fcigcn;geben/ basj f^lagen mit fa'uflcn/ 

iaflion de foufletet\ (ti'c. 

Boy, cin fJcincr jungC/ tin fnabc / gar^on,Jcurrc (rargon. 
f. m^ Buoy. A boy, fen'ant-boy, ciji /uijgC/ cin bicnCT/ 
gargon, valet. Foot-boy, cill laquat) / ^«/wf laquais. A 
souldier's boy, ctn trofJ-'bubc / un goujat. A cabin-boy, 
tin fc^iffiJ^'jungC/ mouf/'e. Smging-boy, tin <f/Or.')C^l'ilcr/ en- 
fant de chctur. An idle boy, em mjifiigcr, ndrrifc^er )nn-' 

gC/ un badin, un fvtit faineant. School-boy, cin fcfjlllcr, 
ecolier. To be part a boy, fein junge Xn't^X {tXjn , etre 
unhommefait. To leave boy's play, bic finbcr-fcftn^C 

au53jtcf)en cbcr faHcn laffcn, nicfjt n\t\x n\\X ben langen fric- 

Xtn, quitter Fenfance, ou le badinage. 
Boyish,fiilbff(^/ iungen]^affttg//>«m7, enfantin. 

Boyishly, finbiff^cr wcite, rcic cin Reiner jtmgc/ pueriU- 

mcnty d'un air enfantin. 

Boyi5hncfs, bic finbfjeit/ fuibif(f;c QXti puerilite, aHion, 
ou difcours d' enfant. 

Boyl, f. Boil 

To boyl, &:c. f. To bt)II, &c. 

B6yilciou£,,&£. (L Boillcious, &c. 

Brabbfe, 



BRA. 

Brabble, tier Hxtit \and, l^abet, diffute, querelle. 
To brabble, |?rcitcn/ ficf) \<xv.dix^, dij'futer^fe^uereller. 
Brabbler, ein jniicfery t)at»erer/ «» querckur. 
Bribbiing, ta^ iancfcR, :c. &cr jancf/ lafthn defe jue- 
rtler, ifc. querelle. 

Brace, cin paar; <m groffer ciferncr |ac!c/Cinc flammcr; 

m hdcflcin im fcUC^trUCfetl / couple, paire -, crampon de fer; 
crochet. A brace of hundred pounds fterling, jroe^ JjUtl- 
tert Qrnalifc^e pfuni)/ </«?«a- cms Ihres fterlin. The brace 
of a dciTer, tu ^mi^oic , obcr ta^ bant) ciner tutten; /?- 
^r/z/7^ ^^ ^o//(?. The braces of a ship, ^xt arcffen fc^iff- 
ftilc ail &cn enbctt eincr fegelifiaiiae/ /5r^x. The main bra- 
ces of a coach, t'ic fircfen Utcrncn banter o&crnemcn/&ar:^ 

en cine futfc^C in i?cr mxttiXi^mq^Jii foupente de carojje. 

To brace, etttjo^ anfc^nalUn, an^eff(eO/ fcfie raac^wi/ An- 

(itl^CIl/ attacber, I'lei-. 

Braced, angefd/nallct / IC. attache. 

Bracelet, eta nrni'tiinb, artiJ-ticfdjttieitC/ l^ajjelet. 

* Bracer, ettl lUmfiucJ \\\Xa l)(Ui-fptcl/ brajjart. 

Brach, jagt'^Uiil'/ cincbCKChuniin/ une Irraque, cbienne. 

Brichjgraphy, \. Tachygraphy. 

Brack, {in muiiad.- tin ikimxi(\)Ut,paI//e, petit de/aut. 

Bracher, f. Brafjger. 

&-acker, cin itficf IjctB/ fo man unter cine Hancfc Icgt/ 
BracJcish,fa(^td&t, fo (inenfalm'd^tcttgcfc^macf ^at/ fl/>rf, 

fomacbe. 

Brackishnels, t)cr fal^ic^tC gefc^macf/ faveur, ou quallte 
Spre^ 

; Bidckman, ei't 55rac5i«fln/ ein 3ttt*ianifc^cr pric#er/ ^r^r- 

mane. 

Br5g, bic ru^mretiisfcit / pralcrei) , auffc6neitcrc»/ r^«/f'- 
rte,[ar,fariinn.ide. To make brags of one's felf, fi4> riJtjJ 
mcfl/ /? vantei: 

R*ag, -(if. how brag would you have been? n>ie ficl^ 
»ur&ctibr gerccfen fcun ^ tt?t€reutOeti^r gcpo(f)t ^afcm? que 

vous atirh-Zr b:en fait le fer? 

To brag, \\d) txAtXatn, fe var.ter. 
. Abraggard, braggadochio, bragger, tin grofferpralcT/ 
flWffprcch.r, C.\.l^ij:)\K\litX,ungrar.dvanteuy, un bavard. 

Bragger, ciu g.rcityet franrt/ focon mal^/ woffcr unt> lo; 
nig/ (amt etlid)cn gcHJurtjen gemae^t vcitt), forte de boijfon, 
compope de drrcbcy d'eauy ^ de mielyicvec quelques epice- 
ries. \. aucf> Bracket. 

Bragging, &ie ruI)mrci)tgFcit/ tog XU^mm, vanterle, I'a- 
iBon de fe vanter. 

Braid, ettt faum, ^5^cr eine fleinc fpi^e \\\ borbiren, rn; 



BRA. 



77 



tteit tJerflattb/ f^Ax w^ ?'?^- His brains were good, when 
he made his will, ern?ar bc9 gatcm oerftanbc, ta cr fctn in 

ftument raac^tC, il etoit en fan bonfens, lors qu'il tcfa. 
The brain-pan , tie f)int'-|<^ale / /<? crrfw?. Brain-fick , bct 

feinen gcfunben ccrftanb tjat; unfmnig / t^orid^t/ f»* 

»'<sr ^<»j ^o««^ cei-xelle ; frenetique. 

To briin one , eiiicm ben f cpfF eitifcfikaen/ bcif lai ge* 

l)irn ^crau^ Hmmt , faire fauter la cet~'elle a quelqtiun. 

Brained, %tm man bcn fcpff cingcfc^Ligcn / ^ qui ron a 
fait fauter lacervelle. Hair-brain'd, cock-brain'd, leic^t* 
finnig/ ocmeoctt, unbefcnnen, uube^acf^tiant/ hc-urdi, Scer- 
ve.'e. Shittle-brain'd,»anc!clmutJ)ig/ unbcit4nbig/ vola- 

gCy legej; ir.co'fiant. 

Brainlefs, unocrjt^nbig, nnbcbac^tfanty ecervele. 

Brake, cirt fclb obcr txt, WO fam-frautredcftfct ; cine l^anb* 
^abe an cincr pumpc in etncm fc^iifc; cin sdumlcin; cine 
pa(^8brc(^e ; cin bacftreg; cin wmixvi^ , fougeraya brim- 
bale ; bridon ; brifoir ; huche ; arbalcte. 

Brake, ich ^xa<ij, prtterit dti verbe to bredc. 

To brake hemp, bcn ^anf brcc^cn / teille^-, brifer ie 
chanvre. 

Braked, gcbro^cn, brife. 

Bramble, cittcbrontbccr'tiaute/ ror.ce. 

Bromines , f. Brackmans. 

Bran, flct)en//cw, bran. 

Branch, m oft, fc^of, firaitc^ / jttjcig ; m. gefc^lc^teti 
fianrm / eiti ftamm-bauni ; cin arm an f incm loidjtcr ; tin 
cnbc m cincmfcirfi^-gcnjei^e; cin t^z\\,branche; tigedhm 
chandelier -y chevillure; part. f. branched. Vine-branch, 
i\\\X<.\i\ii)^^i branche de vigne. 

To brinch out, ficb in dftcau^brcitcn; cttva^ dxiX^dXtxi, 
iertt'cilen/ abtbeilcn ; ficb au^brcitcii otcr \ixi\)i\Xt)x i jctter 
des branches ; divifer ; fe divifer. 

Branched, »olUr dftC/ ditig; wUcr ^onilcin ; plein, on 

garni de branches ; cbeville. A branched candieilick, a 
branch, cin ICUC^tcr mit »ielcn drmen/ unluflre, une giran- 
dole. Branched velvet, gcblunifcr fummct/ velours a ra- 

mage. Branched out, iei:t{)ciUt/ cingct^cilct/ obgctljeilct/ 
divife. 

Brancher, eirt baom^^abt^t/ un oifenu brancbier. 

Branching our, ^oA QOsbrcitcn indllC/K. I'afliondepouf- 
fer des branches , &c. 

Brinchy, f. Branched. 

Brand, cin fcucr-branb/branb-'fcficit; cinbwnb-inaH///- 

for. ; marque faite evec un fer cbaud. The fire-brand 
, ,^ ^ .. . of love, bic Itc0c6'-facf el, /<? handon de ramour. To call 

paffe-poiiyoyxdu cordonnet. Braid ofhair, cinc ^aar^flcc^^ ! a brand upon one, cincm ctncn fc^anb'fiecfen an^dngcn/ 

te Cbcr W^itrtjfe de cbeveux. K^n Uevlcumbcn ,fietrir la reputation de quelcun, le dijf'a- 

To braid- hair, btc ^aarc bre^cn / ^flwlocfcn t!^a jopffc ^-er. Brand-iron, i\\\ \!x%\m'i\\tx\, branbcifcn, bqmit man 



m<fii)in,cordon7ier /es chevaux. 

^n^e6, |U iOi>jfcn gcmacf^t/ fait en trejfes. 
^ Br^, bas gc^irn, cerveauy cervelk ; mt, OCT^flnb/ efprit^ 
jugemer.t. To beat ones brains out, cincm bcnfopff cin- 
fcfjlagcn, tsa^ tai gct)irn {)crum ^ieqctf f aire fauter la cer- 
velle a quelquttn^ lui cajfer la the. To bear a thing into 
his brains, ttxiii fciacm'gcbdi^tnif nJcM cinft^dttfcn ^, gra- 
■cer quclque chofe dans fa memoire. to ftudy (to beat; 
his brams about a thing, feincn fcpff ubcrcftUflSiubrecften', 
fe fatigittr I'efprit pour quelque chofe. To break his 

brains with flu dying, yon siclect fiubtcrm unflnnig njcrbcti, 

perdre U fens a force d'etudier. * To have crack'd brains, 
ara %:%mK mku \m\, nic^t rct^t Hug ^mxrctre blcije 
d-4 ctTveau ■^^-■' ' ' ' ■ • ---.--- 



iit btcbc it. branbma^lct; ein fcucr-eifcny bre^fuf/ cauterct 

ou fer cbaud ; trepie. Brand-new, gott^ nctt/ nagclnCU/ 
tout bat ant neuf 
To brand, ctttjaiJ branbma^kn; eincn flU3T<$rccen , ucr- 

leurabcn/ Ubcl »en i^m Xt'mn, marquer d'un fer cbaud i 
fletrir , diffamer. 

Branded , gebranbma^lct ; OCrUumbbCt/ marque d'un 
fer cbaud; fletri, ifc. 

To brandish, ctwaa l)irt unb ^er fc^niingen/ obcr fc^uf* 

telH/ brandiry branler., fecouer. 

• He had long brandished his poijfbnous tongue, and 
virulent pen againll the government, cr feattC fd^on gc^ 



_ . , . ^ raumc icit fid) bes gifft^ feincr jungc unb \i^ix aiber t)\t 

That's beyond my braias, V\!^ i\l ubCT m^i-' {rcgiwung 3Cbrauc^t / il y avtit long temSf qu'il npandoit 

K 3 k venin 



78 



BRA. 



k venhi (!e fa langue , (is* de fa plume fttr ou cotttre le 
gouvernemcnt. 

Branding-iron, f. Brandiron, 

Brandy, '^iX bfatlbtWcttt/ eau de,v'ic,brande v'm. Bran- 
dyshop, cin fcranbtlWCtll'laticn/ boutique oh I'onvendde 
I'eau de vie. Brandy-bottle, ettic l>raitt)ttt)eitl?flafc^e/ bou- 
teille a cau de vie. 

Brangle, f. Brangling. 

To brangic, ftrcitcn, ft(^ jancfett/ fciffett/ 'ax'i^sx^xnw, que- 

reler, fe quereler, d'lfputer. 

Brangler, S. \mdtt, fidttcFer/ qtiereleur. 

Brangling, bcr flrcit/ \m<$, \:)q:!>vc, Hi gcjdncfC/ gcFctffe/ 

querelte, dijpute, dehat. 

Brink, f. Buck- wheat, Brank-iirfin, lioreilElaU/ torwurft/ 
branque urfine. 

Brinn, f. Bran. 

Bral'ed , n)ie eiit que^'f«ut$ get^eUct/ ^n'//V en p-oix de 

S. Andre. 

Brant-goofe, etftC tt)il&C %Wiii oye faavage. 

Brifen, f. Brazen. 
" Bralier , f. Brazier. 

Brafd, brazil-wood, OrefitJCtl^^l^/ byefil. 

Brais, erB/ fupffer; CtllC fulfcljc faclK/ airaln, cuivre -, 
faujfe chofe. Yellow brafs, gclbe^ fupffct O.&Cf mefitrg/ 
cu'ivre jamie , laiton. Brafs-money, fupfFcv-gclJ) ; fatfcf)e 
IlllintjC / movnuye de cuivre ; faujje momtoye. A brafs- 
pot, ei» fupjfernec topf/ .*» coque:nar. Brafs-oar, etfi* 
• fleiti/ galmct)/ calamine. 

Brallbts, eilt WWY-ftt^ti arm-Waffeit/ brajpirt. 

■ Brail, jcrbDrflcti/ QcfpaUett/ aufgcrifTeii / crev^. 
To braft, f. To burft. 
Br§t, tiw garftig flcin ftnt>/ «« petit foWeux. 
Bravado , cin trog/ ^o{)n/ eitic ^6nifcf>e ttrduuttS/ pwle* 

, tet)/ bravade, 7-odomontade. 

Brave, tnpffcr/ gro^mut^i9/ utterfc^focfcii; \>u\>, flatt- 
lic^, artUc^/ gcfc^icft; vebli^/ Dortrefflic^ / trcffHc&/ l)ecr' 

lid); fcltt/ gefd)muc!t/ prdc^tiS/^ t'<////^«/', ^^r^/, intrepide; 
brave , galant , habile; honnete; excellent, beau; bi en- 
mis, magnipque. 

Brive, .9. cin gro^fprec^cr/ ouffc^ncitJcr/ Umxvc, un bra- 
ve, un bravache. 

Oh brave ! O TOJC brrtUl wlc artig ill bag'. brave\ 

To brive , eitteti braoiren / troijcit / it)m trolj bieteit / ^c* 

ttCU/ br truer, jjtorguer, infulter. To brave it, fic^ fctjett 

laffeti/ jjrnc^ttg c{nt)et; trcteny trauiren,. /<z/>i? I 'entmdu, /ai- 
re le brave. 

Braved, \fiOmdi gctrO^Ct/ brave, ^c. 

Bravely, tapffcr; fiattltc^/ braD/ jierlic^/ feiit , fc'^rwo'^l, 

bravement ; galanvner.t, fort bien. 

Bravery, bit tapffcrfcit , gtogmuf^igf^t; fccv fd)nturf/ 
ttecatt)/b{eprac^t/ groffc fleibcr-'pracljt ; bcrtrog/ i^oi)ti, ^r/r- 

rcwr^, valeur ; braverie, galanterie ; bravade. 

Brawl, eitt jlrcit/ flreit^anbcl jattcF/ bifputat/ i^dticr ; cin 

t«nB iti btC runbC/ ^(?^'7^ querelle, difpute ; branle. 

' To brawl, ^•ciiiixii l)abcrtt , bifputircii/ fciffcii/ ftd) jan; 

(fell/ fc^cltCtl/ Vtel f^repeU/ difputer., fe quereller,criuillcr. 

Brawler, citt^abercr/ idticfcC/ jlreitfi5c&ttgct: mcnfcl(>/ »» 

cuerelleur, un criailleur. 

Briwlin2, \><xi gCid'lcfC/ba6 iOncfC(1/K. I'aftion de brail- 
ler ou ^e criailler, ^c. 

A brawling woman, eltlC ^attc!frtd)ttgc fraU/ tt'c Utmilftc^ 
fc^fcpcn niad)t/««^ brailleufe,ou criailleufc. 

Briwn, btcE l)«rt flcifc^/ cin ffcitVf)ici;itcr t^eil ot'cr glicb; 
flcifc^ wn mm fl)«^/-Pb« ^wglcic^eu pcifc^ niw^ bcr €11- 



BRA. BRE. 

gltfc^ctt mgmcr ju!imcl?tct/ roclc^c^fic in ten wcl^niJc^M.' 

fci)erta(?Cll Cffai; c/.>air fervie, partie charnue; chair dcvcr^ 
rat, ovl plat de chair de verrat prepares a I'Argloifet 
qu'on mo'/tge d'ordinaire aux fetes de nop I. 

Brawnincfs, l^artc flcifc^^Uc^tC t\}dk , parties char- 
nu'es. 

Brawny, |(jrt, bicf/ fleifc&t(^t/ flctfc^rct^/ tiar(f,wm<Jr», 

charnu, fort, rohufle. 

Bray, i". e.j. falfe-briy, ctttC WXWmmt/ fau/p-braye. < 

To bray, cttt5aiJ jerfioffcn/ jcmialmcfty jci-i'eiben / in cu 
ncm morfcl fiojTeii; fd^reoctt tt5tc ctii cfll ; aa^ruifcii / laut 

fcfjrepctt/ ^roj<?r, /»//«- ; brairt; crier. P. To brayaibo! 

in % mortar, clneti iiarrctt flusjjiilijcrt/ cine tiergcHlc^e oxUit 

tt)Un/ laver ta tete a un ane. 

Br.iyed, jetltoffetl/ jcrmalmct, broye, pile. 

Br^yer, citi inftrumnit/ ttJcnHt man jerifoffct; m tin^ 
cfcr-ballen / rcomit man btc brucFer-farbc umvcibct, broyon. 

Briying, biliJ JCfftofT^H/ K". I'atTion de hroyer, &c. 

The briyl of a kawk, bcr ittflgen obcr ba« ciiigctDctbe et* 

nC5 frtlcfcn, mulette de faucon. 

To brize, etwa^mit fupffciv ctoc!cttfpelfc ober erft kbe* 

cEcit/ ObCV ulJcrsicfyert/ eouvrir de cuivre, bnmzer. 

Prized over, m.tt fupffcf Ober cr!j I'fbccft/ couvert de 
cuivre, bronze. 

Brizen, flud (X% fiber glodcn^P^tR gcmac&t/ d'/iimitt, de 
funte, de bronze. BrAzen-footed , iilit fajfcn mi cr^ 9C* 
lltac^t/ qui a les pie:^ d'airain. A brazen-lace, abr^zcn- 

fac'd man , cin un»erfcf;dmtcr / fc^amlciVr meufd; / »« ef- 
frovte. To put on a brazen-face, umjcrfd^amt WCCbeft/ 
"(i^^ fd}flmI)UtlCt!l ablie^CIt; etre eff'ronte. 

To brazen out a thing, dmi unueifc^dmtcr weife 6e* 

l^atipten / foutenir une chofe avec impudence. To brazen 

one down, gegcn tcmanb ttmai unucrfd)dmtcc rocifc uer^ 
t^cibigcn^ Hi er md^t nui)v iu mtmxtcn meip/ demonter quel- 

qu'un. 

Brazier, cinfnpffet''f($mibf / chnuderonnier. 

Breach , cin hxw^i rtf / Icc^ / incf c in ciner mauer ; ctn frici 
bcttg ' bruc^ ; cine auffunbtgung bcr freunbf4)aft / jwietrac^t/ 
uncinig!cit' fetnbfd»aft ; cin Derl'rcd>en/ ctnc I'lbcrtretung^ bre- 

che ; rupture ; violation. A breach of promife , a breach of 
word , rocttrt man fcin wort ntC^t halt / mauvaife foi. A 
breach of waters, cin l>rn(|>/ wn crgicfung be^ ttJajfcr^/ un de- 

bordement d^eaux. 

Bread, \)^ihxi>\),pain. Shew-bread,f($aU-'brob/ /"?/«</(? 
propo/ition. Gmger-bread, pfcffcrfuc^Ctt/ paind'epice. Gm- 

ger-bread-maker, (-feller,) ettier ber pfetfcr-'fudjen ma^t, 
fiber Perfaufft/ pain-cpider. The fvv^etbread of a brcft'^of 
veal, baiJ pancreas fiber rucf Icin in ber bruft cinc^ f albe^/ ris de 
veau. Sow-bread, crb'dplfel/ /'"w^'^. Bread-basket, citt 
htt>\i-Hxhipanierapain. Thebreadroominaship, bicbrob^ 

Eammer m ctncm ^<i)\fit,foute. 

To brkd a norringer for broth, brob in Ctn fd^li(Telsett t« 
eincr ffcifc^-bru^e cittfd)ticiben/ tailler fafoupe. 

To bread, f. 'i o braid. 

Breaden, Dfin brob/ mi brob gcmacf^t/ de pain. 
Breadth, tie brcttC fiber WCitC/ largeur. 
Break of day, ber anbrcc^cnbc tag///i/'o/w/^, ou le point 
dujour. A break, cin fpatium, ffi ini trucf en gclaffcn tvirb/ 

un blanc. 

To break, etwaS brcc^cn, jcrbrc^en; ctnctt in^ vcrtcr? 
ben bringen/ \\\ gruiibc v.^Xtw, titad^en/ baf; cr bancjuerff-- 
ttrcn nm§ ; cttua^ libcrfrcren / \m^)V\, bawibcr fuiMgett 
fiber baiibrln; X[\\i cinem bredjen, i{;nt bic frcuiitrdjafft/ 
"^iw frtebcu auffunbigcu; ierbree^en/ icrreijTcn/ cincn brut^ 

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kFcmmert; aufgcl^cfi, cntf&rccfcen , (leic ctn gefc^mufe) 

banqiierot fpicktl/ rimpye, ccffin ruhur^ fahe fii'ireiar.- 
queroute, trnnsg;cjjcr,vie/er; rovipre; ferumprei cre- 
ver ; faire imnqueroate. To break one upon the wheel, 
eincn tfiDcnt/ rompye quelcun. To break one's head 
with noile (with chattering,) eilicm ttltt etncnt %tth\i (nut 
fciiicm plmbern) \>t\\ f»pff toll inac^en, romme la the a 
quelcun. To break a conference, ciil 3cf?ra4> ^'^^^ C'^C 
tllUerrci^Utig JcrfHren/ rompre um coK/en-Hce., To break 
a match, CIHC ifCUtat^ JU WidjU mac^CU/ Ji?;//>r-f a« »w;v4- 
ge. Thofe expreilions break my heart, tas {)cr8 lUOCfite 
tnir »0« fcicfcri «J)cn jerf^riligcn, f« expreffions me fen- 
dent le CKur. To break his brains about a thing , f. 
Brains. To break a jeft upon one, fd?cr^ niit VXilXa trci- 

ictl/ :' ''Ctt/ raillcr quclcuu. To break a horfe, 

citl f :r\^rompreun cbtval. To break a beauty, 

ieniaiitc ju;v' i.'cit WCrbetitCll/ terr.Ir la bea-ute de quelcun. 
To break one's heart, tic itifac^c an icmautc^ tote fc^tl/ 
t^n iol grab birinacn,/t«^/>v le caur a quelcun ^ lu'i causer 
la mon , viemr quelcun au tuinoeau. To break one's 
oath, fctfictt e^b hxCi^m/f^uJ/er, violer fon feyTt:ent. To 
break one's back, icmaiit) tie lent>cn cntjmei) fi^lagen; 
tfyii ruintten obcr ins ccrkikn Eriugcit/ ^;-««- quelcun, le 
ruiner. To break a cuftom , einc Ccreobn^Ctt untcclajfctly 
ftC^) Ctraa^ alsgcroOylJCtl/ defaccoutumer , padre la coulume 
dc quetque chofe. To break company, tiigcfeUfcfiafft ocr^ 
Xi^ax, ft^ujftr compa^nie. To break gr>)und, tUKW lauff' 
gtabcn ofrnctl/ ouvnr la trancbee. His debauches ha\-e 
broken his health, cc ^at fcine gcfuiiDbcit turc^ fctn un^ 
Crl>cntlkf)c5 Icbcn UCtfccrbct/ /<?> debauches ont alters., ou 
deregle fa fante. To break a bufinels, citic fJC^C otcc 
§efu)d!ftc tortru^cn, auf bie k(>it £^cr ouf tao tapet kin* 
^ttX, pyupoftrum aff'nh-ey la mettre Jur le tapis. To break 

one's mind to one, fic^ (icgeti ctncu ocrau» loifcii/ fctn fccr^ 

{cnian& CifcnEiarcri/ s'ouvrJr, decouvrlr fa penfee a quelcun. 
To break prilbn, mi tuvx t»efdn3lU^'trcd)en, /orr^r la 
prifon. When the wave breaks , rcctin bic tBcUc anfdl)rt 
Oi^cr JCi&ric^t/ quand la vague fe creve. J hope the wea- 
ther will break in good eameft, tc^ ^OffC/ ii Itirb rcc^t 
«Uft5)ilUCll, jefpere qu'il degekra tout de bvn. His water 

breaks, bcc nrii! foinmt oon ihm acg//o3 «^-/«^ s'SpaiJpt. 
She begins to break, ftc tfivb alt/ fic ccrlicret i^refi^on- 
%i\t , elle commence a perdre fa beaute. To break with 
forrow, fciij icteu mtt traurtrtfcit yerjcf^vctt ober abfurscti, 

/e confumer d'er.nui y cu </c? trifiejje. To break fmall, 
«tnj.i^ in liucfe jcrtnc^cn/ flein |!ef[cn/ p'V^r, broyer. To 
break filence , anfaugen JU rcbcn / c^mmencer a parltr. 
To break one's belly with meat, jjcu luclciU frei^en Kt- 
|iC"», y> r7-fi;,'r de viande. To break one's lldes with 
J5"S'^"^g' r«i)rccflt4) iQc^crt, utcrlflUt Icc^eU; edaterderire, 
Jl '^',^" ''! '^^ r^'"'"- To break wind upward, rilpfen/ rofrr. 

To break wind backward, ctneu oauc^-reinb flrctdi^cn lap 

rl^'^V- ^^^"'' '^° ^^^^ °""'^ '■^^' (sleep,) ciiicn 
cm \d)kj i)inHxn, in btm fc^laf oerftorcn / interrompre le 
fornmeil de quelcun, l\veiller. To break one's fail, Ui 
faften trccftcu, \v, mi%v\ cffeu/ fru^ftucFen, rompre le jcu- 
ne, i.ejeutier. To break a battalion, ci:J€U troUD jcrtreil; 
neit, renverfery rompre un batalllon. To break a left, 
pcrficn/ emeu fcficri? fwcn, rfi/Z/c;-. faire ur.e raillerit. 'To 

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d^rt/ enf oncer u»e porte. To break open a houfe, eiit 
{jauC* aufbrcd)cn/ /if/rc-r «wf maifon. To break open a 

letter, cincn i>rjcf aufmad^cn/ aufbrcc^cn, oax-;//- aBf let- 

tre. To break looic, loetrcc^en, fi($ Ic^l-cilTCH/ detacher, 
fe detacher. . My heart is ready to break, ^ai tjerse niOC^- 
te mir ;erfprcugcn/ytf/ le coeur perce de dcuUur. To break 
forth, ^ewor obcr ^ixawiUi&ttn , t\xx^ix:<i)t\\j t^craus- 
i^lXilktW, fourdre, fortir de terre. He broke forth into 
tears , cr 'i^^t ^auffig I^ranen DergOtJett / H dtbonda en lar- 
mes. To break off, abbrcd}Cti/ jcrftoixn/ abretffen/ rom- 
pre., brifer. To break off one's work, aufborcn \W at- 
bcitCH/ quitter y difcontinuer fon ouvrege. To break out, 
^/:Mi|e obcr ^cr»orbrccf)en; aufbrccfecu, aitfge^en obcr ficft 
offiicn; ^cra«e<5ueUcn ; uberfc^njcmmen, f!cf> crgtcfjeny bucc^- 

Ired^cn/ fortir avsc violence ; crevery s'ouvrir ; fourdre ; 
iiiondery fe deborder. If the war breaks our, fo C^fricci 
aitb/y? la guerre s'allume. To break out of prifon, avtJ 
bem i5cfijn(ini§ trccfiai/ /o>v«- /a prifor. To breal: ouc 
into sn exclamation , cirt 5Cfdf)reD nia^Ctt/ fc^rcwctt/ j'f- 
crier. To break out into joy, ftc^ crfrcncn/ frolt'c^ fctjtt, 
eclater de joje. To break out into tears, fjdttffii? t^raneil 
DCti'tcffen/ de bonder en larmes. To break out into uo- 
chafte expreffions, unFcitfc^C rebcn fa'^ten laffett/ s'echa- 
per a dire des paroles deshofinhes. To break out into 
pimples, finncn fm angefic^tc befommcri/ ieUver dc bou- 
tons y ou de pujiules. To break out into wrarh, flc^ iX- 
joriien / s'emporter de colere. To break in, fttnein ober 
eittbrcc^Ctt/ fe jetter dedans avec impetuojite. To break in 
upon the enemy,- bcn fct'nb O^vS'^Ww tjc,ndre , donner fur 
Per.ncmi. There are impertinent people, that break in 
upon men of bulinefs, es iRfCbt UCtbl'ICFltC^e leutC; bt'c fln^ 
bcrc \i\<&ii^X\%U Icufc ubcrlauifcn/ etcr von i!)ren gcfc^aff- 

ten V'crfrorcn/ H y ades facheux, qui viennent interrompre 
les gens d'affairc. It is not for one man to break in 
upon the province of another, c^ ntnfi ciucc bem flnbectt 
nlc^t in fein fimt grcifen/ eber fttfe in feme gefd^iufftc mt* 

fc^en/ on ne doit pas fe meler des affaires d'autrui. To 
break in upon the reipeft a man owes toperfons of qua- 
lity, retbcr bcn flcfcu^rcnben refpeft,fo man »crnc^men Icu^ 
ten \\\ aeben fcftulbig tfi/ t)anbeln, bleffer le yefpefi que 
ran doit aux perfor.nes de qualite. The thieves broke 
in through the wall, \i\i, biebc l)a&€n turcf; bie tuanb SC' 
broc^en / les vouleu-rs ont psrce le mur. To break into u 
trench, cinen kuf'firabeii iSbcrftctgcn, t)ineinkcc^cn / /<?>- 
cfr une trancbee. To break into laughter , ubctlaut la; 
(f)cn/ eclat 67- de rire. To break one's leif of (to) all the 
pleafures of lii'e, flUcr ttJfitlic^cn freilbe ahficttn, renor.cer- 
a tous les plaifirs de la vie. To break through, bure^bnv 
d)Cn/ t\\\hxt&)t\\, dVi'^t^tWipaJfer atravers,e7:funcer. To 

break trough a law,ciii€m flcfefic ^uttiber I)antcln/ octleficn/ 

ubertrctett/ enfreindre une hi, la violerylui donner attein- 
te. To break thro' difficulties, bte fi^micrtgEeiten Hbcr; 
Xi^lw'^tXKijurmonter des diff.cultez,. To break up the ground, 
'iOii crbrelc^ aufgraben, bt'c crbe iiKtflrabcn, uni^acfcn, crcufer, 
fouir la terre. The weather breaks up , ii reirb KJiebet 
OeUc aetter/ le term s'eclaircit. To breakup, tiufbrcdjcrt, 

%<x% lager wrlaffcn ; »on einanber gcfjen; fctjatage ^ohtw, 

decamper; fe feperer ; avoir vacances. To break up ^ 
letter, cinen tricferbrecfecn, cntOcgcln/ ouvrir, decacheter 
une httre. To break up fchool , in bcr fc^ulc fctjer-taae 

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Breaker, tcr &a htid)tj JC. qui rompe, &c. f. To break. A 
breaker of" the peace, ciu ftteb^britcf^tgcr/ infra5imr de la 
paix. Heart-breakers, I)aarlOCf eil/ f raufw l)anr , Auuc/es de 
chcveux. 

Breakfaft, t)a^ ftufl^ftucf/ dejeune. To eat a good break- 
fail, ctlt gutC^ fru()'jiucE CtJeit ^/V« dejeuner. 

To breakfaft, ju morgcil effCil/ ^t\x\i'^\X<iz\\idejeunsr. 

Breaking, \iK\i bl'ecf)CU/ JC. eitl brud) / ri§ / fatTion de rem- 
pre, (b'c. (f. To h{eik)frafture, rupture. A breaking up of 
fchool,fC9er'ta(?C/fDmatunt>eufcfiulcil]^at/ vacances. Upon 
the breaking out of the war , iin aufatJCie &e^ f cicqc^/ nu com- 
7nencement de la guerre. A breaking of the belly, tin bV\xd) 

Break-neck, eitt|af)srort; etttfall/ vmUmm, H\:t>u\>tn/ 

precipice ■■, ruine. 

Bream, d« btafcttt/ krfem/ elit jiifcl^ «u^ fujfem roaffer/ 

bi'emine. 
To bream a ship , bcu uttflatr) uott eittcm rd}iffe flU^ttJCnbig 

ttbbrctincn unb abfe^CU/ donner lefeu a un batiment. 

Breaft, bt'cbrufi; bte brujl etucc fcau ; cine uonbeii bnV 

^i}Xipo!tyl7te, feindcfemme; teton.,ma7nmelle. To keep 
a thing in one's breaft , ii\m^ gc^Ctllt \)<x\ii\\i ienir une chofe 
fecrete. It lies in his bieaft, iX mu§ bavon urttjdlcil/ bte 
(ac^ebeni^etauft^m/ tUmtta\X\\)\Xt, c'eji lui qui eneftle 
juge, celn depend de lui. .Abafe&degenerohs breaft, ct!l 
fcfdtiblid)e5 tttib licberlid'Ke gemiit^ (obcr ijerij) une ame haff'e 
(&• fordide. Back & breaft, ctit IxxXA^ , ^m\X\i^ , cuirajfe. 
Breaft-cloth, etll bnifMat?, piece d' etojf'e dont on fe couvre 
lapoitrine. * Breaft-knot, >?. ctttC fd^leiffc \><i.\\^ i «» iaif- 
fe-toutfaire. Br^aft-placc, bflg 5r«(i*fd;tlblcin / peroral. 
Breaft-work, bruft'ttJCfjre an einem tt>:i\ltj parapet. Bre- 
aft -high, iai fo l)od) i(i/ al«5 bi^ an bit tirujl/ ^«« viem jus- 
qu^ a la hauteur del'ejlomac. 

Breath, Dcr at^crayt)a9^auc^en/ ba« atf)em4olen rhaleine, 

foujle-, refpiration. He dares not fetch his breath, crbarff 

nid)tat^cm^olen, ben atbcm sict)cn ; erbarjf ba^ maul nic^t 

auftf)Un; ?V nofe pasfoufler , parler. He is out ot breath, 

fccratl)emijli{)mcnt9an8eu/ er ^atben flt!)cm ucrlo^mi / ?V 

ejlhorsd'haleine, ilejltout ejoujie. His breath is out oi 

him, erijltcbt/ uci-fd)icben/ ^aiUw gei(i aufgegeben/ Ha 
expire. Shormefs of breath, f urRer fc^TOerer ftt^em , eng* 

bruflia? Ctt/ afthwe, difficult^ de refpirer. * You fpend your 
breath in vain, euetrcbcniftDcrgcbcn^/ if)cnc^tct ni(i)tit)af 

tnit <l\ii/ "^'0^ paroles font inutiles. The leaft breath of 

commotion, bicgcringjlc beiuegun^/ ber geringfte mU^^"^ 

Cbcr aufru^r le ynoindre branle. 

To breath, at^emcn/ ben atf)cra '^olcn obcr fc^opffcn/ 
]^aud)cn; ctrou? trocEcn mfld)cn / an ber luft treugcu, nxc?-- 

nm, refpirer .,foufler , fecher. I'o breath on (upon,) ct* 
xa<xi anl)au£(>en , /(»«//c?- -^c-f/^-f > o"/"^- To breath into, ixx 
Ctma^ t)aiul)cn ober blflfcn / foujlcr dedans. I'o breath 
onc'slaft,uerfd)ciben/t)enflci|l anfgcben, flerbcn, expirer, 

mourir. As long as I breath, fo lang al^ tC^ lebO; tant 
que je vivrai. You are the Ifarangeft man tiiat breaths 
upon the earth, ii)v fcwb bcr n)uubaltd;jlc nieijfc^ in tit 
welt/ "vous etes le plus iflrange homme du monde. To 
breath a vein, cllicaberfdjlagcn; evcntero\xouvrir lavei- 
Ae. To breath an oracle to one, cirtcm cirie rocilJugung 
citigcben / infpirerun oracle a quelcun. To breath one's 
felf with -running , fid) niit lauf en ubcn / s'e.xercer a la 
courfe. To breath after a thing, nac^ cttt>35 (Irefcctl/ 
tracbten/ WUllfc^en/ UX\mo>tn, refpirer , foubititer quelque 

chofe. To breath out, bunjl ob«:r bampf au^lajjen/ ex- 



haler. To breath out one's laft, fler&ett / Jerfd^Ctbett / expi- 
rer, Inourir. 

Breathed, gcatl^emct/ ge'^auc^et, K. refpire, &c. 

Brcatliing,beratl)cm,ba^at^cmen/jc. rhakine, raftion 
derefpirer,(i^c. f. To breath. 

Breathing , A. e.g. a fine breathing fweat, tin gufer 
md^igcc {d)WCi^, une Jueur moderee. Ifreathing - hole, 
eiu luft^iod)/ foupjrail. Breathing-time, bic rufi/ ^<Xi 
au^ru()en/ m^t, relache,repit. Breathing-place, ein»rt 

in cinem periodo, "^ix mail at^em ^olen Im, repofoir depe- 

riode. 

Bred, %tU%xtni ge^euget/ gctwac^feit/ ueriu'fac^t ; aufer^ 

jogen » engoidre , caufe ; nourri , eleve. Obftrudious 
which are bred in the liver, \)it DCCflcpfungcn/ fO in teP 
lebct cntllel)en / des obfirufltons quife forment dans le foyc: 

Bred in one naturally, naturli(^/ atigebo^ren/ n>ii^ in itf 

ntanba! natur flCCft, naturel a quekun. p. That which 
is bred in the bone, will never out of the flesh, art Idft 

ton art nlcftt ; hit faijc Idfft ba^ ntaufcn nic^t ; ti tfl gar 
former, ftc^ba^/enigeob^ugcttjc^neu/ fo einem uon natnc m^ 

9CbOt)rcn ifi/ Hejiwal-aife defe defaire des inclinations »,7- 
tnrelles. 'ill-bred ,\iit bo/e fitten «n fiaH^^f / '"''^ mauvaifer 
maeurs. 

I bred, ifi bas? imperf i)on to breed. 

To brede, f. To braid. 

Bredth, f. Breadth. 

Bree, etnc brcme/ m^'pt/taon. 

Breech, ber|intcrflc, ffci^ axi,Vxt ar^^adfen; btelftirt^ 
terfc^raubceinc^feuer-robr^^ lederricre, lecul, lesfej}cs\ 

cuiajjed'armeafeu. -f- His breech makes buttons , ci" fa' 
det J30r furcljt in Ut l)Ofen , H chie de peur en fes cbaujjes. 
Bears-breech, bdretl'flau,bdl'?n)Ur(J/ branqueurjine. 

To breech, ctncm \)tx\ %ixxitxn mi bet rutl)cn tjaucn, 
({rcidKn/ geiffelO/ pettfd)en / t^m einen fdjllling geben- feffer^ 

fouetter. 

Breeched.mit bet mt^ert gcgetffelt ; ber ^ofen m^(xt>ftfsei 

quiporte les chaujfes. 

Breeches, ()ofen/ cbaujfes, culote. * She wears the bree- 
ches, fie trdgt bte fiofcn / regicret tljren wxrnn, ^errfcljct ubcr 

it)tt t elleporte les chaufj'es. 

Breed, li^xi gefc^kc^t/ bte \\x6)t, art/ (xc^itnxx^, race. 

To breed, ctiwa^ \tHin--, ucTurfadjen / t)ciocrbrtngen ; 

aUfcrjiefxIVUntemc^ten/ engendrev, cmfery produire; cle- 
ver, ittjiruire. A worm that breeds in the wood , Ctil ItUl'in/ 
fo i :» bent t)Ol(j€ tt)dd)fet/ ver qui s cngcndre dans le bois. To 
breed ill bloud, f Bioud. A woman that breeds.cine fc^tuan^ 
gerc frau , unefemme enceinte. To breed exceedingly , flC^ 
fel)V yernte^rctl/ multiplier fort. To breed teeth , \i\)X\t be* 
fcnimcn poujj'er des dents. 

Breeder, e.g. a gofed breeder, etne fci^r frucfitbare ftau, une 
femme fertile. A good breeder of children, ctttC pcrfoil/fo ^it 
jugenb \X)^^\(X)X\tX\Xi\)iiiune perfonne qui fait parfaitewent 
bicn clever lajeunejje. A breeder of cartel, bct nia jl-'Cie^ ntd' 
jlet/ qui nourrit du betail. 

Breeding, ba^ icucjcn/ f)eruorbrt«gcn / aufcrjlc^en/ )f. 

gUtefitten/l>Of{id)Ectt; auferstcljung , I afliondengendrcr^ 
&c. (f to breed; ; civilitc ; education. The breeding 
of teeth. Hi rcadjfenbcr \Ski)nt, la naijpince '^poufje) des 
dents. 

Breeding, A. e. g. a woman that is a breeding, eiltC 
frau bie fd)tranger gcljct , une femme groffe. A difeafc 
that has been bre'cding a long while, cinc CtligeiDMllHitC 

fntncFbtit/ biefd;on langt bet) cinem angcfe^ct/ maladie qm 

a lonvtems coHve. 

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BRE. BRI. 

Breef.f. Brief 

Breetch of a gun, f Breech. ^ 

Breeze, tin f ul)lce njttiMetn auf &er fu, cincfu^U luft ; erne 

trcmC/nJC|pe,'Pi»f /'■'"'■>■. ^rij'e; taon. 
Brendice, f Brindice. 

* Brent, \)erbraiiut/uec5re«net/ hruli. 

Breft, f. Brealt 

Breftings, |'. Beeftings. 

Bret, bract, cine fd^oUe/ptat *d^/ la^l'te,fole. 

Brethren, Die \>XVit)Zt,freres. 

Breve, f. Brief, i". 

Breviary , eit! fur(5 ^ekt ^ buc^/ ba^ <i(bii In bcr SKomifc^ea 

firc^e / breviaht, office div'm. 

Breviatccinfurijcrbegtiff/ etn procc§ itttucnigett worten 

rtijcfajjet/ extrah, un ex trait du graces. 
To braviate, f. To abridge. 
Brevity, JJte f urBC/ brievete. 

To brew, ettcaHrauen/fietcn; ctma^ mifc6ctT/ mcitgen; 
etn)a9bbfes'uorl)a&etif tmfliinc^aben, ban:ttumae^cn/^r^/- 
/fr. f. As you have brewed, foyou muft drink , vok i^r 

!^abtci:igebrccft/ fotRujTct i^rauc^auscffen/ vousarvezfaiila 

faute,vous la bo'trez. 

Brcw'd, gcbCJUet/ bi-afse. 

Brewer, citl bicr-braucr, brajfeur. 

Brew-houfe, ef n braU;{)au§/ brajjerie. 

Brewing, buiJbcauen^ :c. I'aflhn de bravery ^c. f. To 

brew. A whole brewing, citigcbrduc/ fo DJel man «af ein* 
mat>lbrrtuct/<^r/7//?w. 
Brewis, fc^tnttcn brobt in fcttc flcif(^'br«f>c cingetau($t/ 

tranches de pain trempces dans la graijj'e ^ui nagefur la 
bfiuillon. 

Briar , tin brombf et'-ftrauc^ / l5orn'jlraU($ rcjce. Sweet 

briar, roiltc rofC/ i>ageilbutt<n'f!ranc^/ eglantier odurant. 

* To be in briars, in groffen (Jngficii fe«)n/ in fel)r groiJen 
forgcn jlc^cn ; fc^r befummcrt fci>n / Jiic^t witied t»a^ ju 

t^iUtt/ etrebien eft peine, etrebienembayrafse. * To leave 

one in the briars, tcmauti In ctnem jjcrnjtrrtcn f)ant)el/ obcr 
in feincit grcffcn aiigfien fiecf cu laffen/ laijjir queUun en peine 

{dans I einbarras.) 

Bribe, ctn gcfc^cncf e um iemanb ju befiec^en / prefent , ^ue 

Von denne four corrompre quelcun. 

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To bn'dc, jicgeljletrte Tegen / obct hmit mcoiun, mettre 

une coucbe de briques. 

To bncken.bas fisn in bett nacfc'.t ife^etiyober fi<^ brS- 

fieit, tCtC W roei'oer t*)atl//e rengorger. 

Brkkoil, bricole, tiAi rolbctTreUen tinci ba(l3 im bafl^^ 
^aufc/ bcr fi1;lijg ctue^ balB anbic mauer/ bricole. 
To brickojl, einen ball an bie mauer jc^lagci/ tia.% er wu 

bcrprellet/ bricekr. 

BrMai, A. IjCi^'iCitiic^/ nuptial. A bridal foog, cirt '^0<^f 
|cit4tcb, un epitkalame. 

Bridal, S. tlC ^^\dt, des noces. 

Bride, bje braut/ repoufe. Bride-chamber, Vk brant' 
famineV/ chambre nuptiale. Bride-man, f. Faranymph. 
Bride-bed , ba^ braut^bette/ /? //* nuptial. Bride-maid, 
bte braut^magb/ celle qui a la charge de repoufe. Bride- 
groom, fccr brdutigani/ I'epoux. 

Bridewell, ein jUCbt^auf/ maifon de correflion. 

Bridge , cine bru(f e / pon:. Draw-bridge , ctne i<&ia%i: 
brucf C/ t Ulbriicf f , un pom levis. The bridge of the nofe, 
bcr fncrpcl oDcc W fc^cibeiuanb in W nafe, la paroi du 
nez. The bridge of a lute, bcr fdttcl Cber ^uq «« CUiei' 
\awtC,lecbevaletd'unlut. The bridge of a comb , bermitt? 
Icr; t^cil eine^ fanime^/ champ depeigne. 

Bridle, citl 5aum/'^r/Vf. * He has bit ofthe bridle, ct if! t« 

grower m5tf),cr ftecf et vx grojTcn ang jieny U a mange de la vacbe 

enragee. \. Bit. 
To give a horfe the bridle, ctnem pferbc \tn jaum fc^icf- 

fen laffen lac her la bride a un cbeval., lui donner la main. 

Tobridle, etttja^ jdumeH/ titn joum anlcgeti; ttwai im 
jaume \)a\ut\, jdf)men/ brider. * To bridle it , tai ftnri tm 
iicben, obcr fict> bruftcn/ roie bic rociber ju t^unpffegcn/ fe ren- 
gorger. To bridle in, etwa? jd^men.jttJtngen/ tm jaumef)al' 

ten ; einen flrcngc ^altcn, tenir en bride ^bridtr. 
Bridled, gcjauniCt, ;c. bride. 
Bridling, "itixi |dume«v K. / afti$n de brider. 
Brie, f. Bree. 

Brief, ^.fur^fur^ltc^iufammengejogcn ; gemeiit, aurt, 

fuccint; commun. 

Brief, S. tin ou^fc&reibcrt / bcfe^B- obec gcaef^m&olfung^,' 
obcr9naben4rteff,*rf/,^rf-jff; ein fw^er begrtff obcr tn^alt, 
extreit, abbrege. 

Briefly, far^Ut^/ mitWC\mi»il(tm/^riffveme»t,eHpeitde 



ubetQllburi^/ unbbrauc^cnfcineeanflopffen^, /fl/ior/^ w'i?/? mots 

jamais fermee aux prefens. Briefnefs, f urtjl/ brievete. 

To bribe, einen mit gelbc obcr gcft^cncfen be|iec^cn,gcain^ Brier, f. nor. 

ncn, cinnc^men/ auf fcinc ^mt bringcn, corrompre, gagaer. Brleze , f. Breeze. 

Brib'd,bcftc(^en/;c.corrc;7f/)«. Brigide , ber britte ebcT m'erbte t^ct'I etner cerayitgm'e jii 

Briber, bet ba bcflid^t/ qui corrom^t, corrupteur. ?ferbC/ ober awc^ citt cDrjJO uon etltc^en regimentcrn / c^ fep \\x 

Bribery, bribing, ba3 bcftCC^eU mtt gclb , gcfc^CUCfen obcr pferb obcr VX fuf?* brigade. 
Ht^\>U(i)tVi/'affio;tdecc}-romprequelcun par prefens ou par Brigadeer, folC^CT trOUppCH fu^rCT/ (ill brtgabicf/ bri- 
des promejes. Guilty of bribery, bcr ftc^ bc^cc^cn lafcn^ gadier 
Cbcr bcr cincn bejtodjcn \)at/ qui s'ejl laifse corrompre, ou Brigand, f. Highway-man. 
quiacorrovipu. | Brigandine, cm panljcr W5M einCT altetl art, ^/Vtfjfc/w. 

Brick, m stegelftein ; ctn Idnglidjtc^ (Englifi^ ftuber - brcb, Brigantine, dw fluc^tig fdjtff, etn jac^t y brigantin. 

Mi^wt^/Kz/Mysff/oM. Brick-kiil, brick-kiln, fine 5iegel4wt' Brfg-bote, brug-bote, bn« aufbaucn , obcr \iai oui' 

U, briqueterie. Brick-wall, citic jtc<ie'jlcincrne mflucr / w«- bcjTcrn an «ner brucfc/ ber jeU, fo barju gc5iiJ)lct wirb, 

railledebrique. * To make brickwalls , btC fpctfcungcfduet pontenage. 

fctnmiterfc^ltttgen/ gcitig effcn/ avalerfans miicber, man- Bright, ^cU/ fetter/ nar,fc&einenbygIdn^cnb/c/tf/V/«.^tf«f, 

gergouluvier.t. Brick-work , cin TOcrcf / arbcit y ober maucr refplendiffant. A bright colour, ci'ic lict>tc farbcww^Toa/fBr 

»on slegclfteincrt gcmad)t, ouvragedebrique. Bn'ck-bit, cin vive. A bright andiron, tin gldn^cnbcr branb-'rii^tcr* citt 

iicgclticin / obcr ctn fiiicfc Don ctnem jicgclfictn , brique , ou woblacgldttctcs bra:ib--eifcn, «« cbenet bien poli, ou luifant. 

piece de brique. Bricklayer, eilt mdurcr / majfon. Brick- Thorough-bright, burcbfictltia, trait/parent. Ic is bright, 

maker, emiicgcl-'brgmier/^r/^wmrr. " |«i»irbtaa/berta§bric^t(«i» 

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To brighten, ctm^po\mh0ttcn/ glatt mad^cit ^ gta'tt* 

^Ctlb ntfldjCI?/ f>J-iin!r, poiir. 

Brigthcned, polirct, K. brtm'i. 

Brightening , i)ic polirmij/ fens poltrett / JC, brunijfagey 
V-aRion de brunir. 

Brightish,^^/; glfltlficttt/ luifant. 

• Brightly, t)CUCP/ gldrifteabcr vati\t, dairement. 

Brightn'efs, ber9lapB/5>icflavl)ctt/ t)cUe fark; W sWttC/ 

clarte-, fplsmlcuy ; j>e//. 

•X Bn'gue, t>iX flfcit/ |.incf / 'fiafcitr querelle. 

Brim, ^er railb, O^^.T!)lI^ dufTcvfJe, bo;-ti, extremite. To fill 
upaglafsto the very brim, cill glatj gait^ i)OH cinfcOcH^f"/ 
tmpl'tr unverre tout p'em. f Bottora. 

To brim,lt>ie citIC flU in bcs brunfi fct)tt/ f/r^-^? cbalcm; 

Brimmed, ^..".^^ a narrow-briir.tn'd hat, _eiU t)Ut mit ci^ 
!iem flctlicn xm^t chapmu a petit bord. 

Brimmer, ci.'isaitB voUc^ 8l«fJ/ t'a^ mfltt attjtrcic^cn fart/ 

rafade. 

Brimftone, t»cr ft^Wcfcl tfoufre. 

B rinded, f. Hrindle. 

Brindice, brendice, e.g. to drink a brendke to one , e^ Ct* 

tient bringcji, i^m cine gcfu!tt»(;eit jiitrincfeH/ porter une brln- 

de, ou unefante a quelcu):. 

Brindle, brindled, briuded, bunt/ Uiclfdrbig / Wfl^ ettlC ^tlUt 

»onmanc^crkt)farbcu{)at/^'i"«'"''t', dotu la pan eji de plu- 

Jieurs couleurs. 

Brine,bic fal^^ru^e ; t)ie feC/ tsai mm.faumure y la msr. 

To bring, ctnjti^ fcmiijen/ t)criuful>rc«/ (jcrjutrageti ; 
fu^eii / traoen '•> bringeii / \m\\ / ficUcn ; ctncii vcymogeii/ 
betvegen ; eincm emae jutragcn / obci.' fpciicn ftitfrraiKii/ 

appo'/tcr •■, pm'ter i nicner ; mettre i rcdurre . fervtr. To 
bring to light, <xm tv19C'licf)t Oriiigctt/ tnettre en lum'icre. 
To bring dinner in , EiO^ mittaiU'CjT>Jrt aufj'eJjCil / ^ervlr a di- 
ver. To bring to poverty, cincn Jltm bcttlcV mflC^CH/ 
flit bc^tcl'ftab brtJigctl-/ reduire a lamendiclti. I'o bring 

onerorealon, ctncn 5«f In'llfgfcit yemio^eti/ bcnjegcK/ re- 

duhe quelcun a laraifon. To bring ililuck, cincitl WW^ 

glficfliclj fevtt/ ci>cr migludf bringcn, /^or/^^r malheur. To 
bring wordto one » cincm jcitu^g triiigcti/ iljn ctmaiJ be-- 

ricl)f Clt / ti tljUl iU roijTeit t^un / porter la muyelle a quelcun, 
lui fairefavoir quelqite chufe. To bring him word again, 

iljm ctnjaO/iiitcvbnngen < x%n ^crnad) tuDoti bfridjtctr IrotcbciNiut nucfjJii/ Jw«^»«'a«^p?«wi?/'''?"j/>or/t' //?<•£> 

rapporter quelqtcechofe a qiielciw, laiy To hnngiow , llicbcrbringeil/ tticbcmja'lfnf / cniic&riactr/ 



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bring back again, wicbcr tunlcf brirtgeft/ rappmer. Ter 
bring forward , antcetb:?!/ fomrei&eii/ befoi-iDcni/ poufer. 
To bring forth a child, ciii finb geba>cn/ ail t)ic*t»cit 
brtngc!!/ cinc«( fi»^^ gencfcit obcr nicberfonimcn^ 7«.-/rr<s 
«/« f,'?//?;?/ tfa inondc. To bring ibrth young ones, jiir!- 
gc \tmt\\ obcc bl'iltgen/ /«;><r //?} /)f^;Vj. To°bring Ic.rrii 
before the time, ju frii!^ gcnefctt/ Dcr bfr jcit niebcrfom; 
men / nwrter. To bring forth a priioner , cinen gefflrt^ 
gencu bartletlen / reprcfenter un prijonnier. To brin*^ 
forth witnelfes, \^'mz\i\,xm^,^'^, produire des temoins. To 
bring forth fruits , ffiJcf^tC fcl'ingcu / porter des fruhi. To 

bring on, ajiful)rc«/ onlcitcH/ mx(\m\i lu ctraas bfiugctt 

Obcriroitigcn/ engager, porter. To bring off, abbringeff; 

fret) unb lo^ mdcljen , <}i,\xi cincnj gefdjdfte muJtDidfdn ; ab^ 
fc^rcfT/ etn^rt^abratbeit/ ifibcrratijen/ degage}\delivrer,ti- 

rer d\jfaire ; detourn€r.,d!jJuader. To bring over, T)enV 

berbringcn; l)erju bvingcn obcrfu^ren; bef}ect)cn/ bcrcbctt/ 

auf Cinc^ fcitC blingcn^ transporter-, apportcr ; pratiquert 
attirer a quelque partj. To bring under , untcrajcrifctv 

ttntcrt^dnig niad)cn/ untei' fcine botljnid^igffit obcc ge^or^ 

\m bringcn / foumettre , ajjhjettlr. To bring in , $incin* 
brinc!eil/ cinful;rcn / /^"V ejitrer, imro'duire. To bring 
onein, cincmjncincv ftcUcl^clffoii/ il)n fccm-bcrn/ poujjir 
quelcun. To bring one in, cinen in ei::cn ^lUibcl obec 
gefd^dfte cinivicEeln , ju ttr^ai bringcn obcr jmingcn / <•«- 

gager quelcun dans une uij'aire. To bring one in the 
place of another, cincn ui cincg m'i>zt\\ ftcllc e(nfc!?C!r» 
[ul'ftltuer quelcun en la place d'tin autre. 'Vo bring a 
thingincunnmglyin a difcoiirfe, etttJasJ in cittcnt bifcur- 
fCflW^ Cinbringen/ falre gUJJer adroitement quelque chofe 
dans un difcours. See how one thing brings -in, an 

other, fcl)_etbcc^/ rcie cinciJauf^ atiberc fclget/ voyexcom- 
ment on vu nt d 'une chofe a une oMtre. To bring - in a ri- 
ver to a place, ciinyrtffcv m cinen crt \dXi)X, conduhe une 
nmere en quelque endroit. To biing one in guilty, ci- 

Rcn mt fdjulbig crfidrcrt/-»erbammetT/ fcnicthcilen / cm- 

damncr y declarer quelcun coupable. 'I'o bring him in 

not guilty, i^n DDii fciiier bcfd)ulbc,qung lofjfprcc^cn/ I'alr- 
foudre. ' That wili bring your hand in, f^a^ it5frb eune 
i)anbbflt}UgC4y.'l)ncil/ celavous rendra la mahi ferme , oh 
libre. To brinw a man in a palhon to himfelf, cinctt 



\vx (Hifniert brint'cn. 

en fuire le rapport. To bring sleep , nirtd;eu / i>i\^ cfncr 
fd)ldfct, faire dorviir. To bring an artion againft one, ci; 

Bcnrcd^t5'{)«nbclniitctncmant(ingm/ intenteraaloncon- 

tre quelcun. To bring t-vvo perfons^ together that were 

fallen our, jtt)et)pcrfonen/biefic^gc5iincfvt/ roicbcrmrt cin- 

mtiX t!Crfof)nCrt / metrre deux perfonncs b'len ensemble. 
That brings, faivation, ()ciltgni,_feli;)niad)enb,/'7/«//7/;r. 
To bring a" child to know g(x>d from, evil, ctn ftltb Ic^- 
lenbo^gute t!?nt bofcn ju untcrfd)cibcn / faire connoitre a 

vn enfant le bien (fe* lemaL I shall never bring him to 

dolt, idi^tverbe itjn ntmntcnnct)r barjit liben^ebcn Hmun, 

je ne pounai jamah k hti perfuader. To bring a thing 

about, ctreai' gcfd}trflfc^c^ in (line rcbc mit ein&nitgenf//7/;v 

venir adraitimenr unf chife dans fon difcsurr. To bring 

a caufc aJboiit again, cincn gcvid)t8 iptocciJ piebc? awime 

f^ZW I reprencfri un pructfs. To Ijring a defign aboiM", JU 

fcincm \mdt. gclffirjcn / feiit »er(?(tbcn jn cfneni gcan'inftl*^- 

ten Cnbe bCtngen / venhr a boirt iVtat dijj'eln. To bring 
one a g;Tar\vay about, ciircil Wcit i.\\Xi\\.'Xyi-:\\,fah-efalre 
ungrandroura quelcun. To bring a\\ay , l)CV5l!irt.'tgen ; 



bcmutfjigen / \A)X6a<^m, cntfrdftigerf/ abbtitrcabbaiffe 

burnt Her, affoiblir. To bring to fubjeftion, cincn nntet^ 

t^dnig madden / bejroingcn/ ilntcr fl-incn gc^crfnin bringcn/ 
fofimettre , affujetth: i could not bring my felf to tt, \4) 

tvuflc ntd)t,cb \d)^ tfiun fbltc \<S) fonte cd nidjt ubcr \)ai 

{)tx*schxv\(im / fcnafpen my 7cfoudre y ou gagner celafur 
mw efprit. I'o bring to perfection , ttml minhvX)tttf 

tPlUnbcn/ itoUfommcii niffc^cn / jmn cwtz Wumn , perp- 
fi'ioimer. To bring a thing to pal's, i\xt>\\i \\\ mcge brin^ 
ges/ (mmd)tctt^ »clliiet)en/ uellff reef en / tvcrcFflellrg m.u 

c[)Cn/ crfuUcn/ cxecuter^ ejf'c finer une chofc. i'he fami- 
liaiity of dangers brings ns to the contempt of them, 
wcnnujiv flllcrtaiib gcfjl)r gcivol)iten/ fu nc^tcn wir C3 sn^ 

lc!?t nid;t niC^r .' en nous fannHarif ant avec les dangers, nous 
apprenor.sa lesmiprifir. To bring to an exemjilary pu- 

wishment, eincn ben mibcrrt jimi crcmpcl fh-fifcn/ /).•<- 
nir cxanpLalrenicHt. To bving to agreement , uerglfi' 
i"^cn, ucrcinigcn/ UCrCKlbiWCn / wcttred' accord. I'o bring 
to life again, twiebcrlcbctlbinnWC&en/ reff'ufiicr y redvnner 
la vie. To bring one to his wits again, ciiKII tvteber \\% 



»?9brifigen/ apporter -,. fahe Jortir^ To bfing back, to ; ndjte bviuaen/ niildjCli/ baf' cv ttlicbeP i« fid; iclbil fommct, 

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•tierfit^lVtcbcrct^oIct/ falre rentrer queicun en lui meme, 
Ic fiihe rcver.h tifni. His age Yvzs brought his body to 
tlie shape ot'a bow , &a3 alter ^ut tl)rt mt dncit bcgeii 
fntnini 'V;il',iicht / /y« ^gs I'afendu courbe comme un xirc. 
1 cannou bring him.to pronounce the lird letter of the 
alphabet, ui)taiu^nm^t i)urju iringcn . btit'.ec beti erilcn 



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He has brought up \5ihat he has eaten, er l^of btcfi:£tfc« 
lyicbcc rctl fid^ acacbcn . // a vomi ce q-uil a mangi. T» 
bring up flegm, ^abcn fc&ldm att^njcrifcit 'cracber. Td 
bring one upon the.ibge, citlCliaufCu babt; bW'.igcit / It5B 
oifcifuic^ ict'ctntanmvjli^ I'or nugen jMcn / mettre queicun 
fur les rangs, {''expofer en public. To bringa miichief 
t«d?|labca im a be pronuncircn Icrnc / je ne fautois /«/'upon one's felf, (upon one's own head) fic^ ctrt Ujigl'Jif 
faire profioncet- la premeir lettre de r alphabet. He was <X)X\ 'i>m f).llj5 itefjcn,. s'atttrer un malkeur. God forbid, 
brought by the evidence of the things theoifelves to jthat tliis should bring guilt upon out fouls, (gott flCbC/ 
that sliameVul confellion , bcr-attqenK&CtnlidiC bcttdg t>cr{b>l§ "^Wi fci.ie fc^illb auf une brtrigc, aDicuKeplaifeyjue 

fid)e (jj&cr feincr t^atcit^ bat i^m biefcs fd)vUitli>^ ^a ceU mus rende crimmels. To bring do'ATi , Ijinunicr 
feniitms aogeiwthigct/ /■e^vVt7^£v^c'JJ^r^-/a/«rr^<r,('^«'//^{brttlae«; tiemutfigcn; fc&wtf(^iii; fdjpjac^ nrac^c r; amener 
bor.teufe cenfcjfton. He has brought that to a mode, eri^» bas\ bumiljer; affolblh^ To bring down the price of 
!|)at9cma<:^t/'t>a§ctncnu>t)ci'arau!?n>erl>etu!l ; 'l ^^^ a </»;?- ■ fome commodities, bca prei§ etHdjcr reaarcn ficniircc britP 

«^' ou fait ver.ir la mode. Bring to , lici)(t Wc K3Cl CIH/ | 9i^!l / Ot)Ct; mad^Cll- t>a§ t]e fibfC^lagCJl, rabbxiijfer^ ou dJminugr 
amene. To bring clofe to , na^'c JU ciucm brillgCIl, ap- '7t'/^.v-ViS'(?5'«f/{'Ke'^«;?vei-. - ^ 

plicirctl/''rf/'/'r<?ci'fr, appliquer. To bring one to his' Briiager, ctncr . \>tt tsil bwngt^ etlt tta^fX / pertsur. A 

death, et!K:mJ>«iitot) ceruriac^ett / dnc urfadic fcincd toba^ bringer of good tidiagy, cfitvT/ber ^utcjcituitg brtnat/ ?*» 

fitftt/ etreciufede /a fKO?tde queicun. To bring a thing porttur de bor^nes nouvelles. A bringer- lip of children, 
to one's remembrance, ctttctl an it\Mi Wi^ft Cllttnetll/ etliercberctUC; fofinbcr aufer,tc{)C£ , celui o\i celle qui eleve 
■faire reffbuvenir queicun d une ^hofi. To bring a wo- des eafans. Bringer-up , \iiX (itW reilje fl>i£>at?H mf^^tttf 



mantobed, eincfwuifl fiu&C^^nofljCtl bebicnCH/ accoucher 
unefemme. To bring one into trouble, eilU'lU UtlgclC- 



fei-re-fle. 

Bfmgiiig,t)a^bnn3Ctt/JC./'-7«?/«» d' ^pporter, &c, f. To 



«(enl5eirotiCthdnbclmad)Ctl fai-re de mauvaifes affaires a j bring. 

queicun. To bring him into queftion, t^m jn Chilli ma- Brinish, fllBtg, Wic cine fll^ ^ brfi^C //«/«? , comme deU 

c^cH/ jufi^affeu^ebeu/ oontl)tiu*ed;nuagforbcni, /w//'?''"'^;/'''''""'''^. ~ 

des affaires, krechercber. To bring a thing into que- ! Brink, ba^ dufjcrilc etHC^bjnoc^/ cirt rattl), burb / «ICllfl(>/ 
ilion, itQc^ emae Xity^tW Cbcr fragetl / e^ utltcrfUt^CU/ | ufeC/ extremitey berde. To be upon the brink of mine, 
faire la recbercbe dune cbof^^ r examiner. To bring one ; feiliem Utltcraatigc UJ^e {iXiX^, etre a la veille defa ruine. 



into danger, cilteu 'm i\\\t%t\^X briligen/ engager queicun 
dans un danger. To bring a man into fool's paradife, 
etnem cine »crgcbltd)e ()e!fminoi mad)cn, ibn bamit abfvcu 
ftn / aulocfcrt / repaitre queicun de vair.es efperances. I o 

tringiuto debt,7d;ulbe!ima<:^en/ fc^ulbeii anrcd}ncti , <■»- 

delta: Tobring a thing into fashion , ctTOJ^ gattgbar 
llTac^Cll, Dbcr/b4' eitie mobc baraU3 reirb , faire venir la mo- 
de de quelqite cbofe. I'll bring you again into his favour, 

i^ nwU cud} ttiebcr bep '\\)m vx\mt)z britigen; ancberoue^ 

fol)UCIt I jevous remettrai enfes bonnes graces. God will 



Briny, faliug, njiefnlfi^brubc/ cbcnsiebasmccr,/?//. 
The briny depths , \)&i fatttgc \\\Ut, la merfalee , lesplaines 
azurees. 

Briony,jauttrcbeit,»icr fc^rii-rcurfi ; un miiit mnfifxi, 

brioine \ vignefauvage. 
Brlfe, S. \}Vasi)'Ui^/Jacbei-e, 
Brisk, lcbf)aft, hmtiq , n>acfcr> imiirtct ; frohc^; gcfmti); 

frifc^/ ^Urtig , bcr^l^tlft/ '^"^f^ eveille i enjo'iie . qnife purte bien : 
vigou;-eux. W-e gave them a brisk charge, mt baben fit tapf- 
fej;angcgrtffeU/Cberauff!Clongetc^o)Teti, nous les chargeames 



bring us into judgment, @iUt Wtrb re<^Ctlfd}aft DOit Utl^ I vigour eufement. A brisk gale of wind, i\a, fnf(^cc wiat>/ wt 
forberil / D/cw «o.'«j fera rendre conte Wine brings a ventfrais. 



mans blood into his cheeks, bcc TOCtlt briligt citiem i<i^ 
blut ills augcfk^t/ le vin fait venir U fatig au vifage. To 
bring out, hcrauebrtngcti \ix%XZ\\\k^t\\, faire forur, ti 
ter. To bring one out of one room into an other , ci- 
nen a«^ cinem jtmnter in tioA atibere fubren ; «;f««- j-wA 

cun d'une cbambj e a une autre. To bring one out of 

trouble, einem mi fcincm cknb ober netb \tta\\i ^clifen, 

tirer queicun de'^a mi fere. To bring out of an other 
country, aiweinciuaiibcnilanbc^olenf appor ter d'un au- 
tre pais. To bring out a ftory, eirtC ^tjloric crjcbten, re- 
citer uj:ehifloire. To bring up, {)erauf obcr ^wmi brini 
gen, amener en haut. To "bring up a fashion, einc niobc 
flUf bringcn . amener , introduire un mode. To bring up a 

child by hand, ein fkin finb of>nc faugcn aufcrjicbcn/ 

uou-rrir un enfant a la cueillere. To bring one up to 

one's hand, eitun aufer}ie{)en / abrid^ten, me man ibnb^- 

ben nJtU former queicun a fan fervice. To bring up a 
child to good manners, etn finb \\\ %\xUn ftttcn UrttcmcU 
fen obcr aufcr;icbcn / elever un enfant, I'infiruire dans les 
bonnes mcturs. I bring up all my children to my own 
trade, \<5) \x\\t allc nicme finbec mcin ^anbtscrcf \m\tn,je 



To brisk one's felf up, fic^ ^olJc^,lut«9 tna<^en,f!^ freu^if/ 

freybia fcr)lh prendre un air dejoie,fe rejouir. 

Brisket of beef, ein bni|l;|lucEe/ rtnb'flet/c^/ *» hrecbet de 
bmuf. 

Briskly, fapffer/^cri^^fttg}l^urtt9/ InfHg/ frolic^/ frcubi?, 

vigoureufemer.t . gitiment,gai liar dement. To drink briskly, 

tuciblic^/ roaclcr itindtn, \>\d unb unnuiKig txiwdtn, boiregm- 
ment, ou a tire loiigot. To come rfbriskly , tint j'lt^e lOOljt 

au5fu{)ren/frcubtg unb frolt4> »on einera gcfc^afte fomracit/ 

fe lira- d' off aire haut la main. 

Briskneis, bte leb^aff igfeit, munterFcit tap ffcrf dt ; fre(td^ 

Hiti fretlbigf dt/ vivacite, vigueur gaieti,gaillardife. 

Briitie, eine borfi »on dncni tc{^n)citi//o/V de cochon. 
To bri'ftle, (to iet up the brilHes,) borflcn/ nnic btc Inflate 
tbun, fic^ jlrdubeu/ fid> etitfe^en/ baf dneni btc ^aare ju bcrac 

jtcbCH/ berifj'er. To bridle up to one , auf etnCJt trofiig lodges 
bctt/ approcber queleunjier-. ment. To bridle a shoemaker's 

thread, dne borftc in einem fc^u^mad&cr'brat fejic mac^en, «■»• 

foyer le ligneuL 

BrifUing,'borflenb lirdubeabyfic^ cntfefecnb/ hirifse. 



^ .„ , HrifUy,glcic^bcn fau-borften; ooU bwjtdt/ b'i'.«ic6t, wl 

fais apprendre ?f!on metier a tous mes enfans. To bring- ^atttXlm^tX^^-iXCtifcmblableauxfoiei de cochon, qui a des 
up the rear, bcn bintcrbalt fuljretj/ fairs Varriere garde. foies,qtii ale p^ilrudeisf loKg. 

L » ♦ Bri- 



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* Briftol-ftone, elll falfcfK^ tiantflttt/ une hapehurde^dla- 
mant faux. 

Bn'tan, «Britantiiett/ (Eitglaub ; citi Sngldnbcr/ ^Sritannter/ 

grande Brittrgne i unAitgloisy Breton. 

Britan, britjsh,^n«e[l(fnt):fcf>/ de grandeBretagne. 

Brittle, jcrbrcc^ltc^ ; fd}t»acf); \\w.iVi\^ , fmgUe. 

Bn'ttlenefs, jerbrcc^lic^feit/ \&)\X)<x^\)i\X: un(}croi9f)cit//?v?- 
gU'ttL 

Brittly, fluf cine Kftrcc^lic^e m\[z,fragUement. 

Brizzt* , l" Breeze. 

'* Hroach, cin fric^/ brat-fplef?, broche. 

* To broach, ctrca^ fiii|>t€ffen, an \im brat-fptc^ flccfett/ 
emln-ocher. To broach a vetTel, dll faj? fliiftecFert pfccrdn' 
JOplfeil/ mettre en ^erce un tonneau. To broach a lie, d- : bet folb CttlCi? lUncflCtS / le metier de courtier; courtage. 



BRO. 

Brogues , 5»^«ni'Jf<^;>^ ^\%^XU fc^U'^e / /<?/(?/x //' Ir- 
lande. 

•f- Broker, f. Broker. 
Broidcrer, )" Embroiderer. 
Broid, I". Braid, &c. 

Broil, ciii tuimilt/ aufru^r/ cine emvornn?, unruf)e; cit» 

fireit/ jancf/ ^abcr/ brouUlerle^ tumult e, trouble; qUerclltr 
debat, difpute. 

To broil, ctreas fluf bem rofi \>xattn,griller. 
Broiled, auf bctit roft flebrateH/ ^r///f . 

Broiler, bcraufbcmro^tiatct/ qui grille. 

Broiling, biV^ bratcn auf bem rO|!/ PafHon de griller. 

Brokage, bicl^nnbt^jerunji/^anbiuirg/ obcr bne rcc^t utife 



nc lutjen erfiinbcny crbic^tcn ober atu'fijrengcn / debiter un 

itierifoKge ^ inventer , on faire courir une faujfcte. Ta 
broach an herefie , cinc fcBcrct) JU Cl'il aufbritigcn/ /"we-r 
»«<^ herejk. ■* To broach a virgin, einejUngfcrfi^WrtcOcn/ 
depucelcr une fille.^ 

Broached, rtnqcfpt'effct/ }C. embroche, &c. f. To broach. 
In. thefe papers were broached many horrible doftrines, 

in bicfen fcljrilftm mvm untci-fd}iebenc fd)rccflic^c \c\)mi 

tnf^cUen / ces ecrits. contenoient plujieurs horribles do- 
ctrines. 

Broacher,ein urfjcbcr/ crfinber/ rauteur, rihventeur. 

Broaching, basJ anfpteffcn/ mmfitWi'iCj'a^ion d'cmbro- 
cher; depercer, liffc 

Broad, breit/ rocity /rt'»"_f^. This carries a broad convi- 
ftion along with ir,. bkfei< ^at cuicn .qan^ M^t\%m m^- 
brucf (ftarcfeu hmtXU^Xm) inftC^^rer/ ejl d'uve force tout 
d fan convaincante^ Bioad-day-light , ^eitcr/ ^cUci' t&3/ 
|)0C^ tac^/tang uei* nbc}lb/^rrt/-;r/j7oar. At broad-noon, am 
l^ellen mittaOit, en flein midj. A broad ftcp, \^iX <\^<x% tV-^ 
Iter trerpc Cber jliege/ JV/'oj d'efcalier.. A broad-piece, 
(in breit jlucEe (gnglifd^e golb-niiuKje/ gcnaniit cin Jacobus, 

an jacobus,, moKvo^e d'or.. A broad iide, bfl^ fd)icffcu CU 
nc^ fci}iffc^ auf Mi anbcre/, bordee.. , A br6ad-wea.ver, ehl 
fjibeil'tvebcr^ ouvricr ([ui fait des etofes defoye. Broad- 
half-penny, f. Brode-half-penny. ' Tis. as broad as long, 
ti lautft auf cinciJ \j\i\<x\\i, eoiflaiie^cm^, c'efi lamemecho- 
fe. 'Tis as broad as 'tis long,, whether^ eiJ i^ lUigCttSJ.^ Ob/ 
.7 f /i duuteux (Jncertai^n) Ji. 

The broad of an oar, bcr brctte Obcp flucfie t^«ft f OVUC 
«rt cittern ruber/ palme d'uns rame.. 

Broad, Adv. e-g. to fpeak bioaJ, ftttJF/ oberauc^ niit 

. ftnem vcllcn/ grsjTeti/ ctrobcn t{)on tctm > parler franc/^e- 

w.enty ou bien, ^/'/yj ton grcfficr. Broad awake^ fjOHfi duf; 
gCGjac^t/ /^o«/ a fait evcille. To make broad, tXViiXtiXW, 
miU^tn, ela}gir. To grow broad, ftc^ cmcitcrn, aJCitiiV 
trcrtcr macf^cn, s'elargi^r. Broad-briir.in'd» baS CtUClt brcl- 
ten ranb \^at, qut a un grand bord.. Broad-faced, fc clli gro^ 
iSbcr brcit ftJICfcftt^t %<i\: qui a un grand vifage ; Offctltllci)/ 
cl^nc fc^ctr, itxT) ^cran^/ a dvcoumrt. 
Broidty^ \stt\t, m bkbrcltc; frcp,mltcmcm brcitctiAUol'' 

Un niaulC/ largsTneni; a pleine bouche. 

Brocklo:, broea«?i cktc ai;ticuge^ Duti golo abet feibC/ ^^o- 

catd, brocat. 

Brocage, f Hsokage. 
Fioches, f. Branches: 
Brrjck, cili bad):^/ blereau^ 

Brocket, em juiiHcr Ix'rfc^ uon jarct) jrti^fetT/ dagiKf. 
Brodc-hali-pcnny , f: Hord-haif-penny. 
To bioge for eeU, bug waffcr triibe uiad;c!r; un? bit ffirfe 
4U fangcn/ tvoublev l eau pour prendre dts aitguilhs- 



I broke, ifl ba^ imperf., t>cn ro break. 

Broke, broken, gcbrod}ert/ Uerborbctt/ JC rompuy ruin^y. 
^c. f. To break.. A broken h^-ayt, tin icrtnil-t'cbtc^beir^/ 
un coeur contrtt. A broken fpirit, ct« bctrubtc^'/ trau^ 
viges/ niebcrgefe^lagcitc^ gcntutl)/ un efprit abbatu. A 
broken week, cine xot&jt , bariiin man crlic^c fctjcr -tagc 

\)([ti Cbcr fclberinac^t/ mie fcmaine y. ait H y a quelques 
jours de fete y une fem.ihn de relitche. AJferotcn sleep, 
bet fd)laf , Iti bem man ucrftoret obcc aufactttecft nserbcn/ 

un fommeil interrofjipu. A broken voice, elnc UlitCtfbro* 
C^enC jTimniC/ une voix entre-coupe-^* Broken meat, btC 

ubcrblicbcnc fpeife I'on clnct maf)l!cit/ les grai lions. A 
broken language,, cinc DCrberbtC/ fclHaiuc frnutC/ un ba~ 
ragouin , un langage corrompu. Ta ipeak broken 

English, bic ©tgltfc^e fproc^e iSbel/ obcc \n6i)X rcd)t re? 

bCH/ Scorcher I'Angloisy le purler mal. Brokeii-wmded,. 
Icud)lgt/ rote etn H\\&i\o>Xti pfcrb/ poajfif. Broken -bel- 
ly'd , ber clncn brud) %<Xtf qui a une defcente de boy.au.. 
Broken-h&nded, .bcr Ctnc lat)niC l^anb fjat/ cftropie de la. 
main. Brooken-fdoted.^ bcc clJICn la{)racn fuf' \)CkX, ejiro- 
pie d'un pie.. 

Broker, cin trobelnmnn/ bcr dte flclber au^beffcrt unb 

yerfaufft V cin mdcflCV/ fripier; courtier. Broker's row, 
bci: tr»bel' obcv frcmpcI''lTtnicft///v/'«-'"f- Pawn-broker, 
ber gelb fur cin pfa:ib amktt)it ;, engagijlc. 

To brome, f. To bream. 

BrcSmidgham, falfdjce, ocrruffcncs U^iii-.piect de monnoye 
de billon, ou billon, f. and) Trimmer. 

Hrooch,cinc clnfdrbige tafel obcr bilb ; ciii gulbcue^ Ijal^:^ 

banb/ camayeui. collier d'or.- 

Brood; etn gcbrut/ cur l^aufFcn jungc; tae gcfc^rediit/ btc- 
'nacf}f!Jtnmlmge/ bic arr, gattuiif/ tia^ bcifcmtncit/ couvee-,. 

nice,, engeance.. A brood-hen, elite brutcnbc l)ei5ilC/ Hc 

ubcr ben ctjern fj<?et/ cine 9lucF4)cnne, poule qui couvc. The 
brood of pigeons „ein f)auffen 6bet curflug taubcu/ lavo- 

lee des pigeons. 
To brood, brutctt/ audbruftity couver. 
Brook, cin bac^ ruifflau.. 
To brook aa affront, emcu ^'^(mjjff obci' fcftmac^ ocr^" 

fdjmcrlfCn, gcbultijj UCrtragcU/ digerery avaler ou boire un 
ajj'ronr.^ 

To bEooni,.f, To brcano. 

Broom, gc!i|i/ rfricnicn=fraut ; cm bcF-"^ genet; baiaj.. 
.Sweet-broom, !;ci'OC/ huyere. Broom-rape, fdjupttur?/- 
ftcifd)amfjiaut/ tSgae. Burshet's broom, m4u{jbcvn , ^« 
Brufc . 1/1 

Br-oth, bicffd^t'btiit>€/ (Teifcft -' fuvPC / bomjlct. .lel- 
JCy-bsoth^ criic fic!fd)-'ruppc/ baihiiic:! Oas fld|tl) jcrfocvt/ 
ivnbfdfcigc (HTttac!) burt^.gebrucEt mirby cmc iMt-mv^, 

conUtmSr bisgue- 

* B«o- 



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*Brothel-houfe, tin f)ur£n-'f)nuR, ^onfel. To^ruife, ttmi ittfttifcih ierrei&cn,5ermatmcn/ jcrfntr- 

fBrothelrv, tnc acilt)cit, unjuc^t/ unfeufc^^cit/ ba^ ^n- fc^en; blau ekr br jun fdjlagen/ oter ftoiTcU/ egruger^pi- 

E€rt4cbcn, lafdveti. ier; froijfer, meurtrlr. 

Brodier, ciil brubcr, /rfr^^ Half-brother, eitl brubct Briiifed , ^eniojicn / JC. fg-r*fg-^', (i?'r. f. To bruife. To 
t)on tern »atcr, cbcc I'Oti ber mutter ^tt,frere de perey ou ^ be bruifed all over, Don rcltcti obcr bcrakit^cn fo mube 
de mere feuleinent. Brother by the mother's side, brubcc j fct)n , ttB Ob einettt uUe glicbcc jcrfc^lageu JCureil / f^*v tout 
con ber muttct/ A«<' uterin. Brother-in-law, Ctn fd^tua; j roue ou rompu. 

qtX, heau-frei-e. Fofter-brother, eill fdug-bnibcr/ CU1 mtt- i Bruifing, XiAi icrilojleit/ 2C. raftion d'egruger, ^c. f. 
fdittUinci, y^-f^'f </^ /^.V. Brother's children, »atcr3 brubcra i To bniife. 

fobiic tx>tx torf^tcf/ \tM\>ijt, nec^tte ucttcrit/ fOJ{/'^«x-^ef'-| t Bruit, cin gcruc^t/ sefc^rei)/ gcraeinc rcbe obcr foge/ 

ww/ni-. * A brother of the quiU, etn fcribeittC/ ber bliC^cr j jettunS/ brtthy nouveUe 



fcftreibrt, un-auteur. * A brother of the brush, cin IIW^; 
la iinfeintre. Brotherhood, btcbcubcrfc^afftj bieorbcil^i 
gcfcUfc^affl//;v//e<"»/>'^ •- cor.fr eric. 

Brotherly, brubcrltCi), fraternel. 

Brotherly , W-A^ brubcrlic^« tBtifC/ tBl'c cin it\X^tt,fra- 
tenufllementj enfrere, 

Bioughty qt\>xa\i)t, apporte,&c. (! To bring. Brought 
to bed, bie in bicWC^e acfomitteit/ accoiuhee. Now 1 am 
finely brought to bed , (to a fine pafs,) ic^ bin IKO in ci- 

ncm fc^oiicir juftanbC/ ti ijt mc artig gegoitgcn/we voilaen 

beaux draps Jiieir.a'^ 
Brought, (bracbte,) ift ba^ fmperf. »otl to bring, 
Brovv, ciiic auabratin; bte flirne; "tiit fiil)nf)cit/ uuDcr 
ft^dnitbcit//o«rc//; lefror.t; hard'iejj'e, elf'ror.terie. To 
get one's livelihood by the fweat of one's brows , fcin 
brcb im fcftwctp feines angcficftt^ pcrbicnen / I'lcft mit faurer 

arbcit cnicbreit/^'^J^^' i^ 'J"**? ^ '^ fucur defor. vifnge. The 
brow of a hilU bic fpi^CCUie^ %\\%t\i Cbcc bcr^C^/ /f^/ow^wt"' 
rf 'une montagne^ To bend (tnit) the brow, bte ftirilC tUIt* 
^Cltl- runipfftil/ froncer le fuurcil. To clear up the biow, 

ik ftintcglatt macf)cn, frolic^ av^it^tn, fe derider k front, 

fe mor.trcr joyeitx. Brow-antler, Xidi t)cnt obCC etlbc an 
ciiicm ^trfd^^gcroci^c nahe an ber ftir»C/ ar.toUiier. 

Thick-browed» bjr bitJeaugibrauneu^at/ qui a lesfour- 
cih epats. 

To brow-bear one, cfucn (Tuier/ gnmmigy tweigr flufc^ctT/ 

regarder quelcua fieremenr. 

BrowVi, brautt bramiltc^t/ bran. * Brown george, 
«mmtr;-bl'Cb / pam de munition. Brown blew, brdutu 
liefer bluU/ livide. Brown paper, loft^^ papier/ du papier 
gris. Brown bread, fc^njflrR brobt/ p^iri bis. Brown fu- 
gar, frcifeijucfcr / caffonade grife. To make a thing that 
IS a frying look brown r etiDU^ irt eiiicc brat-pfantte feiii 

bWUitbraten Ctcr rofleiT/ riffoler covmie 11 faut une fri- 
ture. * To be in a brown <hKfy» tieffUmtg, obct in tii^- 
fen gci>ancfe:t fern, etre reveur. 

Brovv'nish, brduillic^t tirant furle brtin. 

Hitiwniils, \i\t 'SraiUlijicn/ /<»•/? d'heretiques en Angle- 
teiTe. 1 

Biowfe» bro%v2e-wooJ, bjc (proglingt/ gtune fprojfen 
abtr jivetgc/^ fo \iai oie^ frinet/ brout. 




ter. To go a btowfing,. geljcii bic gciliiav iweigc abiurcci- 

Sen, alter au brout. 

iiiowze, f. Browfe, Sec. 



Browzed, adf ubcrgepwiffet, vemijp. 
Broyl, Uc. f. Broil, 8cc, ' 



To brue, |' To brew. 
Btiigbote, f, Brigbote. 
BruTfe, (xv.t 5cr|b;7uiig , ftrient/ tin .... 
»ai>l voni fc^flgeti Ob;!: {Ja^cn, eontufion. 



•jettuns/ 
•l-To bruit a thing abroad, eiti getuc^t ousbteiten/ au^j= 

fprengcit/ y^/Vf courir un bruit. 

Brumal, juni n»intcr ge^orig/ d'hiver. 

Bning-eon, S. cin finb fo picl gefc^rep niac^t/ «» petit en- 

far.t criard. 

Brunion, cine art pflaumctt, brugnon. 

Brunt, ein i!oF/ attgriff, anfall, fturm; bic njiberronrtig^ 
fcit/ l)iKe/ trubfaly \i<xi ungemae^/ unglucf / c^pg attaque\ 
trovers ymalbcur. 

Brush, einc biir|?c; cfn pinfcl; cin bunbcl reie obcr Hctn 
^olt?; cin angriff/ an\a\\, iturnt/ fceftten, farapff/ vergette: 

pinceau; f^got ^^ mtnu bois; at tuque, choc, combat. A 
shoe-bmsh, ixnt fc^ut);butrte/ une deer otoire. To give one 
a brush, cincn tapffer aiifuUc.iy aiigrciften, nttaquer vigou- 
rtitfemem quelcun. I mufl have a b/ush with him , ic^ 
muC' i^n einmffbl anfalleny il fiut que je I entreprer.m. 
Bdttle-brush, ^a^^tn-but^ti gcupHlon. Brush-maker, cin 
burften-biuber/ vergetier, Frush.-wood,gcbuf<^/ ?e|]tcau^/ 
brojfailles. 

To brush, ctTOa^ bfirffcn-, au^brtrflett, abburffcn/ verge- 
ter, brojpr. The eagle feems to brush the sky , bcr ab- 
ler fc^tct glcic^fam beii lufft't>immel mi, I' algie jemble 
rafer le firmament. 

To brush, or brush away, brtpjjn lauffett/ ftcfj au^ bcm flaiU 
be niac^CH/ de:amper, gagner au piid, s'enfuir, fe retire}: 

To brush by- one, na^^t bep ctiicm »orbe9 ftreit^eny paf- 

fer pres de quelqu^un, 

finished, gcburiTet/ vergete. 

Brusher, ber H burjtet fiber abburitet; * citt ganfi wollef 

glat/ ^<Xi man abjireicfjcn fan , celui qui vergete ; rafade. 

Brushing, tiai ait^burttCrt/ JC. I'aclion de Vergcter. 

To brtirtle, auf cincn trofiig loagcbcn, aU ob cr i^ni 
^k fpific bicten reolic; hn6!jt\Xj raufcl?cn/ ein gcranf:^: ma? 
iifZn,fe Itver contre guelcuna dejfein deluifairetite; pe- 
tiller. 

Brutal, f. Brutisfr. 

Bratality, pie^it't^c wcifc, cinc oic^ifc^c obcr unmcnfcf)- 

lic^C ttjat; brutalite, aSlivn brut ale. • 
Brute, A. unucrnunfftig, uitPcrjMnbig/ '^-av-f. 
^Brute, 5". cin s)ie^/ cin uifycrnunfftigci? Mtx , tin unpcr- 

ftdnbiger obcr aitc^ graufimcr mtw^dy, brute y bete.. 
Brutish, otebifc^/ unuewiinfftig/ unincnie^iid^, flciie^licO/ 

X6Xi\\\X^\<\, brutal, fe:fuel. 

Brutishly ,. »i-4ifd)er \bt\\tt XtXt \ia^ Pic&y brutalement. 

Brutishneis, bie Xik^\'\,'i)i wcife/ oSct art, pie^ifchc t^at,. 

brutalite. 

Br art, f. Brer- 
Bubbles, f. Bubby, 

Bubble, cittc roafKi'-blaji t cin pft?ferlinff/ cine Vix6)%imtv. 
t^cficbe; ciii cinfdltiacr, t'^cricfttcr mtnfdy, bauteille d'eaa :, 



I bagatelle j un dupe. To iriake a bubble of one, cirtcn .mf' 

-ilauc^ obct brawnc^ 5ic()cn/ bctricgen,. ii^m t 



\ four ber y. le plumer. 



"^M feinige \\%\k\U\\, duper guelcun, le 
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56 



BUB. BUD. 



To bubble, cmcit aufttf^ett/ ktricgctt/ dnpe.r,fourher. 

To bubble up, blafeii rtuftt)cr|fcW/ flufftebeU/ ^eri^orquclleii/ 

^CrnU^ro.lUcil/ bouillonner. 

BiibhlcJ, flufgciOgcti/ ktregCtl/ dupe, fourhe. 

Bubbling, bUiJ auf,tci)en/ JC. I'nflion de duper. Bub- 
bling lip, ba^ ai)fficl>eif/ bcrausroallett/ bouillonnement. 

* Biibby , cilie bmji ciuer frau / teton , ou mammelle de 
femme. 

Bucanier, fTBuckaneer. 

A buck, drt gemJ?/ i'cl)e5otf ; tas manitleitt Don ctii(!&cn 

tbicrcil/ ^/«/Vw ; /^ 7«rt/^ entre certnines betes, e.g. A buck- 
goat, cill bOCf y «» boiic. A buck-coney, dll fatn'tUcI/Ctl/ 
un lupin. A buck of clothes, ci'ietvafd)C/ /;:^'Ut'. Buck- 
ashes, laugrtfchcit/ eendres de lejfive. Buckmaft, Cttte ci- 
d)cl/ glimd de hetre. Biicks-horn, ^uuygi'a§/ Obcr eoro- 
nopus, chicndent. Buck- wheat, bud^tDCttjett/ (jeibefotri/ 
bledfayrafin. Biick-ftall, ejtie art CtllC^ groffett ne^e^/ forte 
de gra-r.d f!et. Bikkthorn, jlccl^boi'll/ ttJCClborl! / nerprmi. 

To buck clothes, IciucnjCUg iw (auge n)rtfcf)Ctl //?/?•«■ la 
kjfive. 

Buckaneer, eut 2tntcrtC«nifc^er fce-raU^fry bouquanier. 

Bucket, ciit, waffer-cimer/ fcau. 

Biickmg, erne tt)4f({)e/ taiJ tvafc^cit mit lattgc/ /#w, /' 

aEtion de falre la IcJJive. Biicking-tub, ettt tt)afcf)'Jtlbcr/ 
cuvier a lejfive. Bucking-cloth, m\ i\v^ , XiWii man t>ic 
wafc^c im n)afc§=5Ul>cr jti&ecfet/ charier. 

Buckle, cine fd^nalle/ fpaitgc/ dnc fjaarlccfe/ i^c«r/f. 
Buckle-maker, t>a* fo^nallcn ot)cr fpangcn mac^t, falfeur de 

houcles. * To keep buckle and tongue together, nur 
fein lebcn ^a^)on bvingcn / muer les deux bouts. 
To buckle , ti\mi jufc^nallcn / mit dut fc^nallc et)cr 

^flfft iiiniod)Cn/ attacher avec une boitcle. To~ buckle for 

war, ^uriiffung obcc worbcccitung sum frtcgc macfjcn/ fic^ 

tajU J"ti)lcn//^ preparer a la guerre. To buckle to one's 

bufinefs, fid) ju fcinengcfd>ifften ferttgmaclKn/fdbtgemo^l 

in ad}t nct>mcn//f preparer .> ou /o;i^^r «/t'J affaires. To 

buckle to owe, eln^jm nadjgeben/ fic^ iSbcmuntien gebai/ 

ftC^ i^m unterrocrffcn / fe rendre, fe fomiettre a quelcun. 
To buckle to one's way, ft(^ nac^ icmau^iJ humeur vlc^- 
ten/ s'acrofuwoder a I 'humeur de quelcun. 

Buckled, jugcfc^noUct/ K. attache avec une boucle, 4^c. 
f. To buckle. 

Buckler, ein fc^ilb/ boucljer. Biickler-maker, cin fc^iH)-' 
tnaC^Cl" / fa'ifeur de houclters. A buckler of beci, cin 
flucE finb-'ffcifc^ Vom vMcn, piece de hceuf, coupee de Pe- 
sh'ine. Buckler-thorn, f. Buckthorn. 

Buckram, dnc gattung »«>n fiarcfcK/ fldffcutttc^/ bou- 

gran. 

Buckfom, f. Buxom. 

Buckthorn, tijegborH/ |lcc^t)Crtt/ tierprun. Buckthorn- 
berry, crcufibccr/ graine de nerprun. 

Bucolick, cin {)irtcnjgefatig/ bucoHque. 
Bud, dnc fnofpc/ dn fnopff obcr augc an tdumen/ pffan^- 
^en obcr bUtnicn/ ^o»?off. Rdfe-bud, dn fnepff «iKf rofc,. 

houton de rofe. 

Dear bud, tudn Iiebfl«r/mctnfc^flR/(terme de tendrefTe) 
mon chcr, mon ami. 

To bud, fnofpcn oticr ougcn gcwinneJt/ au^fcfilagctt/ flu^^ 

fprojTcn, bourgeonner, boutonner. 

Budge, dnc lanim^ * t)flut ; dn I)dmUc^ct tteb/ Betrtd* 

fc^'ldDcV, ^f'TW d'agneau ; film. Budg-barrel , cin fd^lctn 
\m\ ftaubc wont b!cd)C/ ^rtrr/7 « poudre de fer blanc. 

To budge, yon fcincm ovt cOcf (idle Sf^cri/ wdt^cn. 



BUD. BUL. 

Budget, cine tettci'netflfd^C/ fattel-trtfc^c, bonnet te. 
• Buif, buffle , dn biiifd; cine ^^^i\\=\)mti 7wifie; peait 
de boufk. BulT-coat, cinlet)Crafoacr/-^»/;^/t'. Blindman's- 
biiff, f. Blind. 

Buff, adj. ^crR^^affit/ mutf){g. fim\>^^^ti^iferme,refulu, 

BaiTet, cine ma«lfd>cl(C/ bacf cn'-f?retd; / /yft/e/. 

Tobuifct, d'.KU nittfdujicn fct>lagcn/ nnuUfi^dtcn gcbcn/ 
aui?t()cilc!t, bacFen-fu'eidK ux^tUw ifoufleicr. 

Buffeted, bct manlfd^Hcn bcfcnnncn/ /<?«/<'/<•. 

Buffle, f. Buff. Biiffle-head, dn biSffd/ dn ungc^ 
fd;ic?t'.t trojjii/ m imwun, tcipifc^ci- hxXigroffi the, hur- 

daui. 

Buffoon, cin |t^aIcf^*narr/na«cHcr,poffcnn'df[cr/ inn/ bouf- 

fon, bouffonne. To play the buffoon, poffcnn'oiffcn/^owy^ 
funner. Buffoon-like, qlcicO dncrti fc^alCttJ:^nrtn'Cn/PD|[c«* 

rciffent)/ fuctjmeilig/ bouffon, plaifam. 
Buffoonry, bie r,arre'ntf)cti:'nng , ba^ poffenmtTen/ poffcn/ 

fUtPnjdl/ boujformcrie , p/aifanterie. 

Bug, dnc ttianrjC/WaiiMauiJ; dn gefpenfl/ cin fc^enfaf/ 

fd)rcct'ni§/ punaife ; fant&me, epouvMitail. M-iy-bug, citt 
\MV)t\\U.^iX,haneton. Bug-\vords,tri>fi!gc TOOrtC, paroles plei- 
nesde fierte. Death is a bug-word, tot) illt4U fd)CCd^'ltC^CJ 
tyoi't/ Af wo?'/ r/? aw mot terrible. Bug-bear, eingcfpcnf?/ 

fd^cufal fd)i*ccfmp; dn 556^mifc^c^ bortf/ famdme, epou- 

vantail; J)aisincont:u. 

To bug-bear one, citlCrt CffC^CCEcR/ t^Ut dW fcf;rccf cn clttf 
\Cl%iXl/ faire peur a quelcun. 

To bugger, fobjjniitcrct) bcgc^crty cbei; fmibcn fc^anbcrt/ 

bougeronner. 

Buggered, gcfcl)nnt>Ct/ bougeronne. 

Buggerer, ctti fcbomitC/ fnttbcn-fdidnbct/ bougre. 

Buggciy, bicfoiMjnntcrjCt)/ ^((i fnabcn'fci)dnben//o^ow;V. 

Bugle, gnnfjcl ; dnc ait dnc^ twilbcn Dcfjfen ; cine art d# 
nc^ glafc^ / bugula ; efpece de bcetif friuvage ; forte de ver-- 
re. Bugle-horn, d\\ iugcd)Orn / cor de chajf'e. 

Buglofs, Dcf))'cn''jnng/ buglofe. 
To build, ctroa^ baucn/ aufbanett/ attftuf)rctt/ aufric^- 
tCll/ batir, edifier. To build again, TOicbcr ailfbatun re- 

\atir. To build up, poUig cbct gar andbnncn; anbcrc 

crbaUCn/ achcvcr de batir; edifier les autres. To build 
upon one, ftc^ auf dncU PCrlaffcn / /t? rcpofcr , f aire fond 
fur quelcun. 

* To build caftles in the air, fcl)Ioffcr \\\ bic luft baUCfT/ 
batir des chateaux en lair. 

Builded, f. Built. 

Builder, cin bau^mciftct / cincr ber t)a banct/ b'tiffeuK 
Mafter-builder, cin bau-ntciitcr/ roercfntciiTcr, architcfte. 

Building, ^ifxi brtUCrt ; iiw bflU/ eiH gebdii/ I'afHon debi- 
tir ; batiment, edifice. 

The art of building, tic baU-funfl/ rarchitcflure. 

Built, built I'lp, gcbanct/anfgcbauct,K.t'^//,(6''<r. Dutch- 
built, gcbflUCt nrtil) ber .f>Olldnbcr art/ bati a la Hollarf- 
do'ife. 

Bulb, bulbc, ancrf)anb rttnbc rcnrfid/ at^ w>n fafran, tn* 
lipan, )C. bulbc. The blilbc of the eye, bcr aug-apffcl/ 
la p-unelle de I'oeil. 

' Bulbous, runb/ ntic cine runbe n?«rl?d/ bulheux. A bul- 
bous root, cine runbc irurnd/ cfdMauc^/ unoigmn. 

To bulge, mt dnc flippc anfa()rcn / k. jcrfdjmcttcnt 
obcr jcrfc^^citern/ trie bic fd^iffc iu t^un pfiegcn/ toucher, fe 

brifer. 

Bulg«d, ierbtoc^cn bnvc^ einen fc^iff brud^ / row/* />«^ U 

naufrage. 

Bulimy, ciu grtfcr wnerfefelid^er lounger/ boullmie. 

Bulk, 



BUL. BUxM. 

Bulk, tin ftumr; bic greife tines ttitac^; cm mt&ti(d) 
»tcr flcinc butc, fo rcr ciiicm labcn flcbauct ift, m^ife; 
grandeur; aasi; «.v hcuthpie. To fell_^by the bulk, ubec 
i)aitrt »erail;ffv"V vendre ill gros. TKe bulk of a man's 
body, tie lcibee4a:it1C, taiile,jlature. The bulk ct a ship, 
fo vicl aU ciii fd)iff im bobcii (oter uritcrrtcm tf)ci!0 ^dlt, 
/ffar ce que contlent un vaiffeau nans le fond de caU. To 
break bulk, ciil fcl)ijf bcraukfl//'/V/?r un navire. 

Bulkhead, cjn ab«c)enDcitcr ort in ciiicm fd^ifc/ unefe- 

farat'ion dans urse tiavire. 

To bulk out, i>etauii)aimn / ^crauefrc^cn cbcr ^crau^- 

fcmnicil/ tcic Cin bauc^/ par.cber en dcvant, faii-e ventre. 

Bulkcr , einc gcmcuiC/ offcntlic^c T)urc/ tf»f /'»//7/« pu- 
b II que. 
Bulky, jirep/ ti'cf; flumpic^t/ ttc^t; s^mt , Xi:\i)X\%, 

p-arj,grcjs, imijjtf; pefant. A bulky man, citl grOiTcT/ 
fetter nWlIU/ i>Ct rco^l be^ Icibc ift/ «» honwie gros , gras, 

if pie I. 

Ball, citl flier; cittc buHc jfccr brief ocmi^^abfle; cine 
cfrcni'are reiberfin'oc^uttg in tcr xttt, t>a nuiit fic& fdbcr 
ttJiDcriVriv^t/ ciiie uagcrcimtc , Idci^crlicfee / ocrgctlicfie rc&C/ 
taurecin bulls i contradiction maftifejie dans ce qu^ondit, 
exprejfion ridicule ou impertiner.te. To tell one a ftorj- 
of a cock and a bull, einctii ciii flit iBctbcr-'mabtlciii crscf)- 
Un I fiiire aquelciin un conte de vieille. Bull-head, cinc5 

jhcrc3 !cpif; ein Hcin fd)tt):ir(i iin<?:jicfcr im \va]J(v, la fete 

du taureau ; tetard. Bull -beef , ffcifc^ UOIl cincill ^XiX, 

chair de taurcau ; obcr citic tol;,Mfd»Cy (tarflige, unatujciic^' 

ttlC fraU/ uns haliebreda , femme grojjteret i^ dejagreable. 

Biill-beggar, bec ruprc^t/ txA gefpcnfl/ fcftrecfnit}, wo/W 

bGuryu^tfantome^ipouvaiitall. Bull-fly, bull-bee, eitlC 

breme/ wciJC; taon. A bull-fly, eiii fcftrotcr, ctti btrfc^fii' 

f^f/ a» cerf volant. Biill-rinch, citt rotofv^ifti'ltjlein/ rou- 
gs-queue. BuU-baifing, basl OChfcn^fjeBcn/ combat ds cbiens 

avcc un taureau. Bull-dog, ein ab?erid[)tctcr f)unt>/ ntit 
tern man einen oc^fen bcscu fatt/ r-^/Vw drejje., propre au 

combat du taure:nt. Biill-feaft, bfl^ Pitfcrt^C^Cn in ©^pa^ 
nicn U»i) ^^crtngal / combat des taureaux. 

Buliace, fine fc^lc^C/ punelle. Biillace-tiee , fi^le^-' 
boril/ prunicr Cauvage. 

Buliary , \. Boilar\'. 

Biiliel, f Bran U!ib Boking-baff. 

Bullen, ein ^anffitengely cbenevltte. 

Bullenger, einc art ciue^ |cf;iiflein^; /cr/^ ds bateau. 

Biiiiet, eine muwuetcn- Ditto!- o&cr canoncn-fugel, bale, 

boulet di canon. Buliet-hole, bag lO(^/ WClc^e^ cinc fugel 
Semac^ l)tJt/ le trou qu'a fait unc bale, ou utt boulet. 

Bullion, ct:i f lumpen gegelfen golJ) otcr filter/ )x\x%t: 

niunftt lilbcr Cbcr golt>/ or, ou mgent en lingot J ou non \ 
vwiinoye. Bullion of copper , m\ fttpfferner Hilgcl nu't i 

ttitcm fopifc, t)e!i man m tie pferbc-jdumc }c. *,ur jierat^ 

nud)t/_ cloux a tete qu'on met aux brides, ifc. 

Buliock, ci:i lungc^ riub otcr t6)i,jeune boeuf. 

Buliy, bi'illy-rock , m groiTcr/ parctcr fcri/ tin Ixauttt, 
praler, ci|etufrci7« •, ciacv bcr \:ii hurcn bcfcf)irmct,/c7--«- 
vras, faux braise ; bretteur , picrrot. BuUy-gamefter, cin 

tpiijhibe/ bcutcifi^nciber, unjiiou. 

Bulrush, btllSC/ X^X, jonc. 

Bulwark, ein boUnHrcf, mt bajle^, boulevard, baftlon. 

* Bum,^cr^,mfcr^IC,^>icar5bt^cfcn,^^«/,/t?J/^J. Bum- 
fodicr, CHI arewtfc^y torcke-cS. Bum-baily, ciil fc&crac 
buttcl, rtiXbt^fncc^t;7V;-^f»^ poujfc-cu. • / ^ ' 

Bumbard , ejti furfi uiib acitc^ iHiS gefcfiufi , bom- 



BUM. BUR. 



87. 



Btimbaflne, f. Bomljaiine. 

^umbaft, bauninjoUe; grotfc/ ffolt?e/ l^cc^trabcnbc ttiortC/ 

rt/c^j ; de grands mots , dcs exprejftons ampoulees. 

To biunbail one, ciiien obprugclrt / abfd)lcgcrt , /r<5/«rr 

quelcun. 

Eumbaftick, aufgefi^rcollcU / ^OC^ttabcnb/ ^Olfi/ ampou- 
le, enfle^ ronjiant. 

Bumble-bee, cine l»cfpe/ ^umwel/ bourdon. 

Bumkin, cint iltt bcr i\ix\>\i, forte de courge. 

Buinkin, counrry-bumkin , tin I'QXUX, bcurifc^cr/ grcbct 
ferl/ tolpd/ paifan, homme gr offer, lourdaut. 

Blimp, cin jircic^/ fd)lag; cine beulC/ gefc^TOulit/ coup; 
enjiare, bofje. 

* To bump up, aufrd)n;cllen/ s'er.fler. 

Bumper, cin ganQ »oUe5 gla^/ ba^ man abjlrcic^en fan, 

rafade, rouge bord. 

Bun, dn bimncr !uc&e obcr ffatcn/ fouace. 

Bunch, ein ()ccf cr, bucf cl ; eine bculC/ 9cfd)ttjulit ; cin gc* 
bunt*/ bunDcl/ \!V.\&jdi boffe % tumeur-, trouffeau. A bunch 
of lirde Hicks, tin blinbcl rei§/ un fagot de broffailles. 
Bunch of a tree, f. Knur. A bunch of radishes, cin bunbcl 
rettic^/ utte botte de raves. A bunch of grapes, cittC TOcin^ 
traubC/ une grape de raifins. A Iwnch of feathers, cirt 
fcb cr bufcf^y panache. 

Bunchy, bunch-back'd, ^Ocfericf)t/ bucfeltc^t/ boffu. 

To bunch out, hcrauetui>cn / i)cr.ui5fommen/ fic^ ^ti- 
au^gcben/ cr^abeii/ cr^oljct, gufgctricbcn fei>n/ ^V/nvr en 
bop. 

Bundle, cirt biinbcly pocfet/ cine burbe, lafli citt iunb- 

Icin nit^eil/ paquet; une poignee de veiges. 

To bundle up, ctwae jufammcn v^dtn, cinpacfen/ oaf^ 

pacfcn/ empaquetei: 

Biing, cin fali'fpunb; bondon. To flop with a bung, \\U 
Unuit>cn, ntit Cineni fpuubc iuntachcn/ bondonner. Bung- 
hole , i?a^ frunbloc^) , trou du bondon. Bung of a piece 
of ordnance, bcr fpuilb einc^ ftiicf C^y tampon de canon. 

Bungle, tiw feeler/ cin ux\t\tn, tint ungcfd^icftc arf>cit/ 

faute, beve'ue. 

To bungle, c(t»a9 ungcfc^lcft mac^en, wic cincr bcr feiii 
iyanbrecrcEt'bcr funit iiicl)t i'cr|ie^ct, c^ Dirbubcln ; Dcrbcr- 

\>tn, frveter , fiire une chofe cojume un homme qui n' en- 
tend pas fun metier, la gater. 

Bungled, ungefd?i£rtscntacf)t, perbcrbt. tc.favete, mat fait. 
Bungler, ein ftumpcry n\^\i:)ix, bcr ]m. "^^anbnjcrcE nicfit 

rccht faU/ un favetier , un maladroit. A bungler at play, 

ciner bcr nic^t fpiclcn Un, une wazette. 

BunglLngly, bimgler-like , u«gcfc{>icft, Wte cin |tiinjp(cr, 
grojjierement , en mauvais cuvriej-. 

Bunn, f. Bun. 

To bunt our, \. To bunch out. 

Biint of a fail, biie tf".cil cine^ fogcB/ Wclc$c5 tef fljinb 

ancbcbnct/ la partie de /a voile que le vent fait enjier. 

Bimten, biuiring, cini art cilier Icrc^C/ traquet. Bun- 
ting-hutch, f Bolting-hutch.- 

Buoy, tin pfiM i;i iu bem maffcryobcteinjcicftcnaufbcm 
wafer y urn ber fe^ifc lanff an gcfdbriic&en ortcrn 5u rceii 
feu; ber pfat}l ^zi^ (cfjiff-ancfer^; ber U njcii'et/ mo bcr anacr 

im reancr liei't balife ; boi-ee. 

To buoy up , cin f^tf am iem waffcr auf btc tint fcitc 
bebiu,. ttiib antcrfti'mcn ; einen »crtf)cibigcn/ i^m bc^jtvijen, 
\;\:x parttH"t> Isaltcny appuyer, 

Buoy'd up, lUlterltMPct, aett^cibtgct/ appnye. 

Bur, i)urdock, fletten, bardane. 

Burden, tine b«rbC/ \A% m\\mi U\(i^XOiXa\^ > fardeau, 

(barge. 



32 BUR. 

charge. A beafl of burden , ettt U^t\)kx, hhe defottme. A 
ship of great burden, cinfc()tff, bas m\ fu^l'cil frttt , un vaif- 
feati ikgranflport. The burd en of a iong, ein WiebcrijOitcr 
fc^luf! : rclni/ /^ refre'in d' unc chtmjon. 

To burden, ctttjag labt'ti/ bclabcH/ citie (c^roere burbc ot»cr 

Burdened, bclabcil/ bcfc^TOCrct/ charge. 

jBurdeniomjungelegeit/befc^ttJerlic^/ *ert>Hcf (ic^ / /«<r&w- 

mode.,fncheux. 
Burdock, f. Bur. 

Burgage, .9. cine gatfung Te^ntarcf grunb*itnfeniiii£ttgcl= 

IflHb* bourgage. 

Burganet, ctncfiiirm-'^aubc/ cin fiurnt^ut/ hutguhme. 
Burg-bote, 9. frct)t)cit Dom hvMcn i jpU/ brig-bote genaiuit/ 

exemption du droit, qu'on noftwic brig-bote. 
To bourgeon, f. To bud. 
Burgeship, burgcfs-ship, \)<xi burgcr-tCC^t/ burgeoljie. 

Burgcfs.etit burger; eiti glict) m unter-^aufe be^ ^jarlia- 

ntent^/ '^ow? J<'<?'J' ; ?neinbre debarkment. 
Burgh, f. Borough. 
Burgher, cltl burgcr/ bourgeois. 
Buigh-marter, ein burgcmciflcr / bonrguemejlre. 

Burglarer, burglar, ein bicb/ ber cinc t)auf ''t{)fir obcr 

Cincn f alien aufgcbroclK" / voleur, qui enf once une porte , un 
coif re, ^^'■ 

"Burglary, bcrbiebjla'hl , fo in cincml^aufegefc^ic^t , t)a ber 
\ikh eine tl)ui;c_obcr bcrgleicf^cti anfgcbroclKn / 'uol qui fe fait 

dans une jnaifoiiy dent on a cnfonce la port e, i^c. 

Burial, eineleic^e/ ein begrdbni§ ; cin leic^en*bcg(fngni§/ 
fepulture , enterrement ; mortuaire. To give the deiid 

chriftian burial, bie tobten fluf bcn ©otte^-acfer begrabcn 

laffCH/ donner la fepulture aux ?norts en terre benite. To 
deny one chrirtian burial, eincn nicl)t WOUcn ailf bcn ©Ctte^? 

acfcrbegtabenla)Jen/jf//f^f»^/f«'»w/i/tf voirJe, luirefujer 

iafepulturi;. 

Buried, f.Bury'd. 

Burin, cin grab-fiic^el/ grab^ctfcrt/ ntei|Tet/ ^«?/«. 

Burleslc, A. f UVljnJeilig/ pO§ierlic^/ burlesque. 

Burlesk, .9. ein ?urBn>ciHg gcbic^te, poejie burlesque. 

Burlesk'd,?.^. Virgil-burlesk'd, Virgilius in eiueOt fUHj^ 
IVCiliflen oebic^tcimlrirct/ Virgil travejli. 

Burly, fctt/ tt50l)l hit) leibC/ replet,gras. 

To burn, bxtwntn, angejimbel: fcpn ; ctroaS brennen/ 
vcrbrenncn / abbtcnncn/ /e-^rw/^r ; ji^rwAr. To burn, to 
burna-vray, werbrcnnctl, ^i<i)HXiC\)VCn/ febriiler, J'ccenfu- 

ftier. To burn day -light, cin lic^t am i)cHen togc brcn- 

nen/ bruler une chandellee7iplein jour. To burn to ashes, 
juafd)C »erbrennen; ju afc^e rocrbcn ober brcnnen; reduire 
en cendres ; fe reduire en cendrcs. To burn one in the 
hand, cinemeinbraub-ma^l (luf feinc l)anb brennen/ mar- 
quer quelcun fur la main ivcc un fer ckaud. ■* He burnt 

his fingers there, tx \)0X fic^ allba ucrbrannt/ c^ will i^m 
aUba nid)t nac^ fcmem finne gct)en / // j> f/? ^cbaudi, il n'y a 
pas trouve fun come. To burn up, ucrbrcnnctt/ gonH burre 
rnac^cn ; bvirre ober niflgcrroerbcn / bruler tout, fecher ; fefe- 
cher. To biu-n faint and dim, buncEclbrennctt/ donnerpeude 
clarte. 

Burned, f. Burnt. 

Burnet, rcclfc^^bibcrncU / pimprenelle. 

Burning, S. bcr branb/ bie uerbrcnnung, ba^ brcttitert/ ?c. ci 

X^i^aW. Mnw^i brulure, I ' aflion di bruler; inccndie. This 
meat imells of burning, biefciS |!cifil) ricd^t/ al9 Ob C^ angc-' 
brotUlt n?flrC/ r<-«f viundefnt le brule. 

Biuning,.^.brcnnenb/ gluenbljeif'/ angeiuabet/ brulant, 



BUR. 



chaud, allumi. Burningcoal, einc gliienbe fo^le / de la hraife. 

To have one ma burning fcent, mtn gleic^fam an berfruf 
ricCt)en//t»/^/V quelcun depres. 

To burnish, ctroa^ ^Joltren/glatt/gWnRenbmac^ctucibcn; 
Jt)ac|))en/ grog tpcrbcn ; ba^ aitc |)irfd)-9enjeil) abreiben/r«»/>, 

polir; croitre., dcvenir grand \ brunir. 

Burnished, ^oUrt; gctvacl^fen/gro^getvorbett/ -*r«»«, crU, 

dtvenu grand. 

Burnisher, cin polircr/ bruniffeur. 

Hurnishing, Xiii poliruno; gifltmng,glattmflc^ung/ ba5 poli=^ 
ren; brunijfage. Burnishiug-ilidt, ein^JOiir^jlccc cn/polir-'ila^l/ 

bruniJjVir. 

Burnt,uerbrnnnt/nc6rannt/nbgcbrannt/^^///?', i^c. f. To 

burn. Burnt-offering, burnt-facrifice, cin branb - Opffer/ ht- 
hcaujie. Burnt out, flu^gebtanut/ gium jjcrbraimt/ row/ 

brule, confume. Burnt lip, biirr/trocfcn/UCn WOffcrljiKCCef^ 
brannt/ CU graf / K. fee, brule. A burnt child dreads the ii- 
re, eingcbranntfinbfurc^tCtbOM'cuer/ chat echauJi craint 

I 'eaufroide. Sun-burnt, uon bcr fonnen utWmt, fc^t»ar6^ 

braUH/ hale, bazane. 

Burr, f. Bur. Burr, beriinterfie^runbe tl;eit am \)\x{^ -- ge- 

.tt5Ci^/ nieules. 

Burrage, f Borage. 

Burrel-fly, cinebrctttC/ttcfpe/ taon. 

Burroughjf. Borough. 

To burrow, V. N. iiii? loc^/ obcr in bicgrube hicd^cn, gtcicft 

ItJie tie CflninidKlt / entrer dans le trou , ou dans le terrier 
x:ommefont les lapins. 

Burrow, cin ICC^ / cinc ()0^ie "iiH rcilbe^/ terrier de ga- 
renne. Cony -burrow, dne taninic^cn^ ^O^U, trow de 
lapin. 

Burfc, Mxilim^ii burfc/ l)er fammcl^pla^ ber faufflettfe, 

bourfe. 

Burfer, %\v, renMticiflcry fc^aij-'meiflcr/ ijcrwaltcr, ^au^-^al-- 

ter/ bourjier. 

Bursholder,burrow-holder, f Headborough. 

Burft, aufgcriffen/ nufgcbrodjen/ gcfraltcn. scriprungen, jcr- 
borfien creve. iiurft-belly'd,bereinenbruc^ambaud[)c^at/ 

incoimnode de la defcente de boyau. 

Burft, .9. bae frad^CU/ bao bcrjtcn/ eclat, r aftlon de crever. 

Theburftof vi'atersoccalioned byfuddcn rains, bie cr- 
gicjfung eine^flrom^/ fo burc^ cinen plaft -- rcgcn ucrurfacOet/ 

ie debordement dcs eaux, caufipar des grvjj'es pluyes. 

To burft, etn5fl^ fpfllten/ jcrfprcngcn obrr aufrciffcn ; 
rcijTeii/ jcrbcrftcn/ gcfralten ^iXjw, flafen, bcrflen/ eincn ri§ 

»bcrbrUCl;befonimen «vx'ir, fe crcvey. To burft with 
envy , Jjor ncib bcrftcn jerbcrjicn , mourir d'envie. To 

burft with laxighing, Don lacljcii berflctt/ ober Inc^cu/ baf 

man jerbcrftcn mod/tc / a-emr., ou momir do rive. To burft 
forth into rears , ^duffirt t()r(fncn »crgic(Tcnf debonder en 
larmes. To burft our into laughter , libcrlaut lad)CItf 
iclater de rire. To burft out, ^crrtU^fpnngcn/ cntfprin- 
Qtwjourdre. 

Burften, burften-bellicd, bcr eincn bruc^ \)(kti ^ui ejl in- 
coinniode d une dcfccr.te de boyau. 

Burftenncls, cin \^x\\'fk)!hergne. 

Burt, cin xUi-'ixii cin bnlb-fiifc^/ limande. 

Burthen, &c. f. Burden, &c. 

Bury, cine^grojTenl}crrn^aup/t)of ober palla^^ maifon ou 

courfcigneuriale. 

Tobury,ctn)a^Dcrgrrtbcn/Ucrcf)arrcn begrabcn / jnrerbe 

hc^attt\\,cnterrer. If ever I bury him, fo cr C^er ^\xhti 0,U ic^/ 
s'il lui a7rive de mourir dcvant mot. 

Bury'd.ocrdraben/ begrabcn/ f>»^w^^. 

Burj-ing, 



BUR. BUS. 

fccadn^tlif / /'acIJjn d'enten-a- ; e^aerrcTnent, fmnrailUs. 

Bur)ing-piacc,ei:i err, ba matt &ictot>ten&egrdbct/ ivx ©ot^ 

td'HditffipuUure. 

Bush,ct!ih{|c»;, fn-fluc^; em ^a.^rhtfl^; cin gruiicr Franfj 
oti ciiiem t»ci:'.'l)aufc; cin futfee^rd} muni?/ iul//btt; touffe'-. 
boucbon; queue de }-enard. Goofcbcrry-bush, cin ^O^^inil^ 
\ittXin'b\x\<ii p-ofeillier. * To go about the bush,einen UHl' 
fc^trttlf madjcnrtoufTterainourdu pot. 

B'.i5liel,etil \d)i^i\, bc'ijj'eau. 

P. To mealore another man's corn by one's own bushel, 
anbcrc Itac^ \dntttl flU.lC kurt^cileu , mcjuro- les autres hjun 
aune. . 

Bushy,bMfc§ic§t/ softer bilfcOe; tit^mcinantcr/ticfc t)on 

^aarcil, }C. />/?/» rf*? buijlns, touff'u, epah. 
Bulied, f. Bufy'd. 

Biijily,gcfctdfriot/f/^jg/brun^i3/^efti3/ ubercus fc^r/ </>•- 

/lemment, avecfea. 

Biuinefs, bad acfi^dfte/ tic»cnid)tm!9/ arbeity fac^e, ^ct 

bant? cl/ ajfaire^ occupatioTfy cbofe. I'll mak e it my buiJnel's, 

\<i) trtU )bnfl ni0t5 ol^ tcs t^uH , jvilt tarnacb trac^ten^ 
mic^ ^rauf IcyCH/ barum beaiu^eo / f^ciO Jjrauf wentcn , jetn- 
cbe}ijji,je niappilt^ ucrai, efforcerai. * To do one's bulineis, 
feiiie flcfd;djte j^c^tc not^Purft} ucrric&tcH/ fc^ciiTcti , falre 
fes {ijfhiresy chirr. In the bufinefs of religion , tt?a8 tic rdi- 
flion (i^l^ft l-cltaionS--fr.C^en) aubctrifft/ dans ce qui concane 
la j-eligion , en matiere de religion. It was concluded , I 
should betake my felf to the bulinefs of a merchant, e? 
ttarJ bcfc^loffcn , tap i6) mid? auf bie faufmantifc^aft Icgcii/ 
otcr ctiicit l)antcl aiifanacii foUC; ///»/ refo.'u , ^:/f ^t mr toc^ 
frois marcband. The bufinefs is done, there's no coin? 
back, c^ iflfi^cugcK^cftcti/ man fan nid>t me{>rl)i!itcrfic^ 
gc bCil , t- V» ejifait^ iln'cjlplus terns dc reculer. My bufinefs 
is done , I am a dead man , C9 tp um niic^ ficfc^C^en / id} niUF 
licrbcn/ cejifaitde nioi, je fuis un homme mort. He has 
done my bufinefs, he has killed me, cc Mt mit mic til^ 
garau^ geniac^t, xx Ijat mir &cn rc|t gcjcben, ilm'atucyje 

fuisun homme mr.t. All my builnels is a fong, [^ tl)UC 
nic^tiJ autCC^/ alS tap ^ fmsc jenefaisque chantey. A 
man of good credit in the common bulinefs of his cal- 
ling, ^ciiimami, fcimqutcnafltim ifr, reas fcineii bcruiraii^ 
bctrtrTt, un hvv:vic deprobite dans ce qui regarde fa vocation. 
He thinks he has done more than half his bufinefs , er 
taicft/ cr bat fei:ie facTjc fcppnnK^ral«bfllb«u^9crid^ret, H 

'■'''o:t d'ax'oir fait plus de lamoitie du cbemin. A hantrina. 
bufinels, einc \A<i)c, jo ten galgcn vcrtient un cas pcndabJe. 
The bufinefs will not quit coll, ti bciaf)(ct cincui nic^t 
tic Uiifcjtcn, le jeu He vaut pas la chandelle. To come 
into bufinefs, \i\ bcnif foninicn , nid \\x thun bcfonimcn, 
0von-ja vogue. She has one that does her bulinefs for 
her, iiclcjTcticmant ibre aqd)djtc »crricf)ten/ elle s'enfait 



BUS. BUT. 



89 




aruat vidiUn,perdreqKelqu'uny le ruiner. 

buTu^' ^'" ^^^^" "^^ nf(*beinerne^ brujl-'tuc^, un 

Biiskins, balbc Otcr flcine rticffeln, botines,pctites botes 

Bu6, cm ruf ; emc gattung cince fleincn fc^jfci, »« /-^//Vr j 

i^rtede petit vatjjeau. i'7 n / j' > 

To bufs, hliKH/ cincn f uf gebeii/ ^*//>r, 

Ku/red,acK|!Cf /!5<7//>'. 

Bu/fmg, tae f uffcn, / '« Ao» de baifer. 



I Bufhri, einc trappc, trapp^ganS/ out.trde. 

Biilie, fin gcraui'dj. actiimm.'l, tumult, miraV / etn gwf:- 

I' '"dit^ fracas. A man of builie , ei I unruh'^cr, 

.-.r niciijo^/ tcr piel tucfc ! vx^-^i, tv.\ acrrcitrer, 
; tct jiu^iii ftcnite^dnbclmtf^Ct/ a» bomtne remuatity intri- 
guant. 

I To buitle, ci'.i gera'ufc^, tunmlt, unrobe / gr offed Wffcrt nw- 

<^CII/ Z*^/;-!? du bruit. 
j Bu>Jing,f.Buftle. 

B'i'y. gc|c^dfti?cl , bcfc^a'ftfget/ %\\!t gcfc^'fittn eeiat>eit, 

' occupfy qui a des affaires. While he was th.us bufy with 
• himlelt in matters of religion, tacralfonfitDcnrcUjtCH^' 
j facOent^fd^dftigct war (otcr ju X'<)mvi battc) , pn^davt quU 
I s'apH quoit ainfi aux affairesde religion. He is as buff 

j as a bee, ir iff intmcr gcfc^ftig reic cine bicnc, // eji toU- 

jours en aflion comnie les akeilles. Bufy at work , ff civtj 
ubcrfci'tcrarbcit/ attache a fon otrvrage. Bufy at praven, 
tcr fci'.lC anbac^t UOr fic^ DcrricfctCt? qui fait fa devotion cft 

particulier. A bufy day , ctn xao> , tflran Gian Old Ju rhua 
bat / unjour d'affaires. A bui V-body , ctn Pcnoirrcr/ bct 

vcnrorrcne bantd anfrinnct, tcr ficb in frcnibc cbtr in 

»iclerlC9 bdntcl cinntifcbct/ un brouHlon, un homme intri- 
guant. AbuiV-brain, ein fuinrcidKr fopjf/ etn minrt 
I'Cn I'iclcrlcp CLV.\&)\Mt\x , un efprit invcntify ou plein de 
pTujets. 

'lobtify one's felf, niitcttwa^ bcfc^flftigct \ct^nj on ctt»a« 

arfccitCH/ s'cccupeyys\mployer aquelque cbofe. 

Bufy d, bqcl^jftigcty occupe. 

But, abcr, fontcrn ; ipclcbcr nic^f , i^ nfc^t; nur; nur 
allciii; chiicnurauiTcr.-ausgcnommcn, al^, aU nur; mais; 
qui ne; que; fiulemer.t ; bormisy excepte. If we Ao but 
lenously refieft upon it, fo njir tic facbc nur cntfiud) be* 
ttachtcn , // musyfaifons uneferieufe rcjir^ion. Your de- 
mand IS but reafwiable, ciicr bc'cbccn iftaar biUicb» vi- 
tie demande eft raifonnuble. That tree has born but 

. little fruit this year, biefcr baum b«t gar reentg bajtabrcc- 

tX<k\zn , cet aibre la n'a guere poite de fruit cctte annee, 

; Ouelileisbut short, un^r kbcn i\t ay.t fun?/ «o/;v vie efl 

j courte. To eat but ]ltt\Q, gar reciiia t^t\\ , man'rei- pcu. 

; I cannot chufe but crj- out , id) Uix micfc \ici aamifc!« 

nicl;t entbaltcn, je ne puis m'empecber de crier. But a 

j while nnce, per ctncr fleitten tocilc, (cit farPcr 'jcit, i»cr 

I (tWt) roemg taqm, depuis peu, But mit now, flUcrcr^, 

; nuriljO, crilisunb, tout a I'heure. He is bur juft now' 

; gone, CriitalcidHCBirHtiBcagcaanaen, il»efaitqnedef«r- 

, tiry tlvient de fortir. But fparinglv, oar ^\)Cix\im , a U 

nunagere. But a little, nur ci:i ivcilig ; tant foit pen. 

There wanted but a little, C5 feblcte niibtDtcl, il s'm man- 

qua fort peu, peu senfalut. But yet , <x\^tx bcnnccb , It-' 

tennocb/ ntct>t!5 tcflo XatmtX , mantmoim. The lait but 

one, bcr ICRtC obn Citien, U penultiime. If you do but 

take my part, tpciin tbr nur meinc partbetj (Kmt\>^:^.tt ■ bat-- 

ta, pourveu que^ vous preniez mon parti. You cannot 

but know , ibr rauiTct c^ norbmsiiticr tpt'iTcn / vous ne pouvcz. 

pas ignorer There is none but knows, ti xcn% i^^ 

man . c^ ifl fcin metifcb > tcr mc^t tPtiTcn folrc , // « eft per- 

funne qui ne facbe. There is none but is afraid of you, 

e^ ij fctn mcnf,^, tcr \\i&, nid}t fiir cu(fe fiirAtct^ // ny « 

perfonne qut riait peur de vous. There is nothing fo 

good but what may be abus'd, e^ {^ njc^t? fo cut in" tcr 

ttclt iuititten. recJcftcs n^o^xi jticfjt mi§brau*cn Imwt, H 

^ n efi nen deji bon , dont on nepuij/e aOufer. No queftiun 

j but he will doe It, cr n)irt eg fcnbcr jitcilfcl tx^m , Mi ift 
iSati^fcmiwcittel/ tapcre^niAttbua recrtc, U Ufe^a /«- 
^' faiin- 



t 



u 



po BUT. 

fallUhlement, ilnyapas- lieu d\'n doutcr. 



BUT. BY. 



But for you, I 




leferoh , n'&tuh queje crn'ms de lu'i falfe mal. The wild 
boars IbJFer no beaft with thci-n but what is of their 
kind,t)ic ittilbcn fcf;mci!ic Uibcit fetii rt;l^cr t^ict urn fic^, 

oXi Itur btC l^Otl {{)rcV art fiat)/ les fangliers ne fouffrent au- 

cun aiilmal avec eux , s U n ejlde/eur efpece. Hut ye are 

- Botiatheilesh, uun fcj>t i^r abcp nic^t fTctfc|!ic^/ or w«j- 

tietes po'mt en la chair. There is no day almoft but he 

comes to my houfe, c9 (lefjet fail Un\ tag Dorbct) / t)ij§ cr 

tlid)t bU) mirctnf;.n'i4)t/ il ne fe paffe presque pas un jouvy 
•qu'tlne vienne chez. moi. But that, m nicf)t/ fo IttcTlt/ nur ba§/ 

ba^nic^t, »'fVo/>^«<?j2'«f«f. Not but that, ntcl)t flla wami/ 

Ko;; ^«?. 

Butcher, etn fdf)lflcf)tcr/ flctTc^4il«f IV mcfig Cf/ boucher. To 
go to the butchers, itl He fieifcf)'l)«!icfc gc^CJl / aller a la bou- 
. cheris. Butchers-broom ,ninu§'l>Ol.'ll/^/«/Jr«/r. 

Butchei'smeat,9etndllet|ieifc^/ J"?"<>;^' viande^ viande de 
boHcherie. 

To butcher, cttBrt^ fc^lai^tctt/ elttem bic (itwrt^el <?6ttcc^ert/ 
biefc{)lcatfcr}nctben/ciiicu ermorbeii/ jammerlicf> l)innc^tcn/ 

egorga; majjacrer. 
Butchered, -jcfc^UacOtct ermotbct/ <?J0>j/, maffacre. 

Butcherie, bie fTeifc^^bdncFc ; eiti mcJjelit/ Mutwrgicffcti/ em 

fclut-bab/ boHcberie; grand carriage. 
Butler, cin FcUjr'mefrter//ow;«c7/V?-, boutelHer. 

Biitleragc of wines, beras>U/ mdc^eiimfliifurbtc frcmbbcrt 
wcinc belli fonlalic^c;ifelkr'meifter5a{)lct,/tfr/-f//^^;w/, (^//r 

/f J vins etrangers payent au bouteillier du Roi. 

Butt, cisi i,ii?gcl fa§/ ctti mcia^fat; ; eine 9rdiit5C , grdtiH-'ficiii, 
ntarcE'flein; cilJileUwecf/eiiiciJel'fcOcik/ ^olf/r, tvnncau de 
vin ; U7U' borne y biite,but. To meet one full butt , auf cincil 
jiefflbc lO§t}C^CH/ rencontrer quelcun the pour the. To run 
"full butt at one, nut bcm fopff tt)ibericma»b IrtUffctl/ domgr 
de la the contre qiiclctm en courant. The butt - end of a 

thing, ba^ cube ober "i^i dufferfte einc^ binges / le bout. The 
butt-end ofaim}fquet,ba0bicfe cube an eiiier mufquete/ la 

cvuche ou crojjed'iin mousquet. 

Tobutt.niitbemfopffefioffen t»te cm m^\)it , je doguer. 
To butt at one,mit bcm fcpff cbct l)6rnevi! auf iema»b (of ftcp 

{in, heurter de la the ou des comes contre quelcun. 

Butted, begtdn^et/ umfc^rdncft/ bomi. 

Bi'itten, t>ai utiterfic ant ^irfdjigewcr^; /neule. 

Butter, bUtteP/ beurre. A toft and butter, cilt |!iicf ftcroflc- 
te^brob \\\iih\.\tUX,unerotieau beurre. Bread ipread with 
butter, cln^ buttcV'bamme l'utter4u-ebt>«/;m-. Helooks 
demurely > asit butter would not melt in his mouth, et 0?' 
l)etfof!illeau^/ aid job cc feincm menfc^cHnicfjt^Uilcibetfjd'' 
ic; cr fiebet fe wnfcfjulbia awi, aliJ eblct nid)t brci) jc^leii 

f c:itC / '/ eji Jt froid qu'il femble qu'il n'y touche pas. P. 
My mony melts like butter againft the fun, nicitl flclb gcl)Ct 

vocq, Ic^reciB iitc^t/ n^oe^ f)infemmt/ "in bourfe a lejiux. 

Butter-milk, bttttcr-JUilc^/ bahcun-e. Hutter-fawce , iv\z 
J)Uttcr'brul)C, fcutter-tuncf e//^/«<r^ au beurre. Butter - crock, 
butter -pot, cin butter itopff//'«/rt beurre. Butter-woman, 
ci.ie frail/ bic buttcruecEauft/^farr/Vr^', vendcufe de beurn:. 
>{ utter- whore, cin 54ltcFifd)eiJ/jancFfru-f)tt3e^rae(b/ querelleu- 
fe. Bvittcr-fty, cinfjmnicr^ooticl/ fnaben^fMut/ /•«/'///o'n ; 

fiityrian. Burter-tcerh, btc UWbcril idf)!)C / dents de dcvant. 

tbattcr-bo.x,eiubuttev^frcffcr/ben)icl butter iffet; cm SyiV 
lanbcr/ un g} andmang^w dt beurre fVcmre de beurre i un 
liollandm. I 



To butter, ctitja^ mtt ^wtut juric^tcrt/ tnit Batter ^bcr-- 
fc^micrc:i/-^f/«rfr; imftnclcngeboppeltgctDitmeii/ feiti ge«> 

Uerboppcltl, doubter aujcu. 

^ Buttered, luit 'i>\HUx j«gcriif)t?t/ obcr uberfc^micret ; beur- 
ree. •* ffe knows on which fide his bread is burter'd , cr 

fan mcor a((J brob cjfeii/ er til Eeirt xmx, U nejlpasjot , iinefi 

pas bhe. 

Buttering, bail ^urtc^tctt obcr ufecrfc^mieren mit butter/ /'-»- 

6lion de beurrer, &c. f. To butter . 
Buttery, cine fpetfC'Famntcr/ depcnfe. 
Buttock, cin at^-'bacfcn/ feje. liuttock - beef, cin flue? 

fteif(^ am ber f>liftC mc^ O C^feU/ cimier. The buttocks of a 
horfe.ba^creuSDbcrrucEeilciiJC^pferbCi^//'? croupe d'un cbe- 

val. Buttock of a ship, bie breite bciJ fd)i(fe^ am ^inter-t^eil/ 

arcajje de navire. 

Button, cin fitovff flU cinem flcibe; cber m ciner blume 

Ober baunie / bouton ; bourgeon. .Handkerchief- buttons, 

V\t eicf}eln an cincm fct^nuptf- tuc^C/f /^rw^/^ de mQuchoir. ^ His 
arfe makes buttons , cr fui'djtct \k\) fO/ "^ix^ cr imiltcr in bic ^0- 
fen tinin mOC^tC / ilchie depeur. * 'Tis not worth a button, 
e9 ifl nid)t mtW ^elier tOCrt^/ cela ne vaut pas un zej}. But- 
ton-hole, tin fnopff'locf)/ boutonnih-e. Button - maker , citt 

f nD?ff'mad!)cr/ boutonnier. Button- ware, waarcn vcn fnppf^ 

fen, boutonmrie. 

To button, ctwa^ mit fnopffctt juma^eit / jufnopffew/ 

boutonner. 

Burtonncd, jugcfncpfft/ boutonne. 

Buttoner, m fnopff-iicljcr/ ^imw man iuFnopfft/ tire- 

bouton. 

Buttoning, \i!Xi^ JUfnopffcrt/ PaSllonde boutonner. 

Biirtrefs, cin bogen/ bcr cine maucr »i>n auffcn flutjctbie fptV 
Pcaneincrfc^anRe; eine iKiijc; "^ai cifcu/ bamit "i^xt {i)Xi\K\st 
ben pfcrbcn ba(? l}orn m ben fu{Tei; auc^fi^ncibcit / arcboutant^ 

eperun ; fuutien ; boutoir. 

Buxom, bcr fui) rcgtercn Idfl; ge^erd^cnb/ fdcicnb/ Ic^rfam ; ^ 

luilig/ l)Urti3/ frolid^,- freUbig//6'«/>A', doux, docile -, gai, aima^ 
ble^gaillard. 

Buxomnefs, bic gc^orfamFcit/ Ic^rfamfett ; frcltc^!cit/ lujl, 

douceur, dociliti ; gayete. 

To buy, CtWUl f auffcn / acheter. P. To buy a pig m 
a poke, etn)iliMinbefcl)e:ti3 fauffen / acheter chat en pvche. 

To buy one oif, cinen bcflcdjcn/ fluf fcirtc feitc bringerr, 

burd? gelb/ gefd5)CncFC/ JC. gngner quelcun par des prefenSf 
le corroinpre. To buy & fell , l^anbellt t faujfcn Uttb UCr- 

Fiiuffen / fau(fmannfd?aft freiben / traffiquer, etre mar- 

chand. 

Buyer, cin Fduffcr/ acheteur. 

Buying, bae fauffcn/ cin ^anbcl/ Fanff / Vafliond' acheter, 
achat. 

BiV/zard, hw^isat, einc art Cincd ablcr^/ bu^e ., bufard. 
* To be between hawk & buzzard, ttcbev ftfc!) noc^ fl^eifc^ 
feptt/ CO mit alien partl)Ct)en f>alteU / n'hre ni chair ni 
poiljhn. 

Tobuzzc,brummcn etcr \ixm^i\\ mt bic bicnen/ Sour. 

donner. To buzzeabout one's cars, dwm bic t^Xtn l!Oll 
brummen/ baj5mannid;ts!anbcreih6rcn UWif^ireun bruit 

import un, qui cheque les oreilks. To buzze into one's ears, 

eincm cf iwaa \\\ bic ooren blafen. cber '()eimlicl) fagcn / foujiera 

r Oreille; dire en ferret. 

To bi'iz/xj a thing about, V. A. cinc fac^C fttl^brcitcttf 
rudjtbar macf>cn/ divulguer une ckofct en /aire courir le 
bruit. 

Buzzing, bai^ bninillTCn/ bourdonnement. 

By, DurcO; ^Wi \w).)\ Hx), mU\ gcgcn; ini inner* 



BY 



CAB. CAC 



5» 



n mUttf par; de; a, au,fur: pref , prfc^e ; 
t, pardcjjus. By chance, »on ungef^^r, iufat 



envers; en, p. ^ , . 

Uger reeifc , />^r hazard. F5y day , om toge / //<? /o«r. To 
beloved by one, I'Oii eincm geliebt trerbci/ ^^<? tf/"?^' fi'-? 
quelcun. By one's Iclf, by irleli", by himiell'", by her- 



biffac. 

■Byafs,8:c. f.Bufs,&c. 

By'landne, f. Befauc 



j e ttte ftti&t fo i?on tier gcmctncn {ant)^afr« itMfegct, ■^/V/*? iczr. 

I riff £'? larriute ou lap^yftepajfe. By-way, ei:? tJltv;? / »» </>*- 

I /oKr. By-law , eiti gefjisi c•^^r trbnatt i ci'-.er gctiicuf ?/ iun<'t 
\t:)^tinn\inifjf^fu:decc;»^!inj»tes. By-refpeft, ei?If Wt- 
, bc^attcnc Olicr tine aiTber; «>Od)t ,• referve, autrevljee. By ■ 

lelf, bythemiclves, »or fid) felbft / aUemc/ beofctt 'abfoit^ ^ftandcr, ciiTcr,bert>arh9rr.r>ct, uub mit flufie^t, otct 5U-- 

t>crlirf) , bco fici fclbti , apart, f<.'M!,fcule, feuls, fcules. \t \KHt,u}jre^arJn;:t. ByWorb, nthiXl'^tUv.'it , hors d' 
is chree by my watch , ti \]\ brcn nac^ mciner Ut)t ; irV ejl oeuvre. By -gains, by^rofirs, ncbcn^CttJtnfi, f<Jwr //f ^s/d»». 
troiiheuresamammtre. By i^ach a token, mit , ct'cr By-blow,ett!l)Urfn;f^a^ unc})li(^«fin^/^<AIr4f»/rfnr///f- 
tW<^cittcmfolc^C^fctT^5cidjcll/ a telles mfe'igms. Turned gitime. A good by-bfow, cutc-J glucf / ttuhrtnrgcfiUfcnc^ 
by the lath , (Xiixtdtiltt, gcbrcbct , travailU au tour. By gat .,. »» bonhsur, une bonne aubnlne. * By-word, m ff ric^f 
favour ofrhenjghr.'nntbulifc bet nacf»t, a la faveur de la ! wort/Ctnc fc^nUC^; rcJ)C/ i//<^«w. By'-fack, «« nMt'\0.(i, 
nuit. By break of day, bcn anbredK'-lbcm tagCv <7» jP^^'"' 
dujour. One by one, ctnficln, ctnet tMc^ bent anbcrii, 
un a un. I have it by me , ic^ %a)i C8 CPtflltr / '(tttien/ bcp 
ntir/) ^V I'al par driers mot (Jur moi.) To fit by one, 
bcp cincm fiBen , s'njjeoiy pris de quelcun. By the church, Q^ 

iMd»t rectt uon bcr ftrc^e / nat)e an bcr firc^e , ^r^r*^ /V- 
^///'f . I shall regulate my felf by his example , id) TOcrtJC 
nri(^ nad) fciiicm crcmpcl ric^teii/ ./^ w^ regkriii fur fen 
exemp/e. Ten liit palfed by that port , c^ fitlb jC^CU 
fc^in^c btcfcn ^afcn verbci) gcfahren , ^a'/jc vnijfeaux pajfe- 
rtnt a la veui de ce port. By that time you come again, 
rocnn i()c rcerjct '.ticker jurucf fc:umcn /- quoTJd vous re- 
viendrez. By that time I have look'd over my hcrfes, 
1 have not a moment left me to fpare , tit'MX vi) Xadwt 
pfcrbc crtle u5crf:l)en f)abe / fo blcibt mtr m'c&t cin cugcn^ 
bficf jettubrtg / apresquej'aifaltlarcveui deims ebcvaux, 
il ne me rtfle pas un moment a moi. He muft be b.ick 
again by monday next, cr mut' fiJnfttgcn niotltflg wicbcr 
l)icr fcOIl / il faut quit foit de retour lur.ui procbc'm. 
Doublcd's he is dead by this time , cr ift fcnber srcct'ifcl 
fc^On I'Cr bicfcr \t\i tobt , fans doute qui I efi dcja mort. By 
this rime twelve - month , in cbcr innerJjalb cincm jabrc/ 
dans un an did. Should I do by you as you do by me, 

iwnii id) mix cuc^ oerfa^rcn folte / nit i^x i]cgcn mt(^ ge^ 
i^an h^t , fije vaulois en agir avec vous, ccmme vous en 
avezas^i envers moi. I found much good by it, ic^ f)flbc 



Cx4bal, clnel;cimlic^cbcrat^fc5l2^nq Ijamtic^c ;«(««-' 
mcnfuijft; bte cabala, ober ^ctmltc^c ro;jTenf(^a«^ bar 
SiibeH/ ^^i^tf/f. 
Acabalman, cabalcr , fctf Jit dtlfC ^cimlic^ert lufammm^ 
hinft gctjoret »" cabuleur. 

To cabal, fi^ ^ciralic^ bcrat&)1tl«'icn/^ctmlic^e ♦jofammcrt^ 
fanftc anftcUcii, »idc Icutc kiinlic^ auf fcinc fcitc titngct?, 
cabaler, attirer phjtein-s perfor.nes nfon dejj'tin. To cab^l 

in company, f;d)iiotietncrsefeUfd^att«bfotibcrn//<?/fi>^vr^tf 

rejiedela compagnie. 
Cabaler, f. Cabal-man. 

Cibalift, cin cabaltjlc/ bcr in bcr 3ut)ctt cabab gclc^rtiil/ 

cabaiijle. 

CabaliiHck, bo^ lOf cabala ge^»rrt/ cabalijlique, de ca- 
bale. 

C^ibbage, fraut/ \t^., cbou. Cole-cabbsge,ftjpij;fraut/ 
Htii'-h^i, chou cabus. Cabbage-head, cin fraut^fcptF, 
lXMt'H\\Vt,pom"te de cbou. Cabbage-lf ttice, f rauf;t fO§l/ 
laitu- pommee. The cabbage of a deer's head, bo^ utl; 
tcntcaui{jir|Cft'gmct)b/Wt«/fr. * A tailor's cabbage , rca^ 
itiic^ gar reoljl barbcp befunbcn / jf menfui's bien trouve. i cin fdjncibcr abfc^ncibct/ uub »or f«6 bc^alt , retailles de 

He went by that name , CT fuljrtc btcfcn nonten , ilpritce tailleur. 

Knin l,i. By how rnuch ? By fo much, f Much. By j Tocibbage, F'.N.!opFercfiCtt/fl($iUf6|Jffcnfc^(R,ttkcbal 

' tX2VitthUi pcmer.- 

To cabbage , cin flucfifttgcntt»cf»t>cn / wic t>it fc^ncibcr 



-ccs, by little & little , md) unb v.ad) , aU'^tmad), flU- 
n;.V:;id)/ peu a peu, par degrez. Day by day, year by 
year, jjon tag ;u tagc / »enctiicm jahr ;um anttm , jourvel- \ inti^na ff.tacn,voler an morceau d'etojfe , comme /»nt quel- 



levient, tons les am. By all means, cf)nfc^lbar ^ mogUc^' 
ftertBcifC/ ganB gcrcifl/ quoi quil en coute, abfolument. 

By no means, ja nidjt auf fcinerlci) recifc noc^ roeg/ nulle- 
ment. By reafon that , bccUJcil / parce que. By courfe, 
by turns, nQ(^ bcr rent)? , nac^ bcr orbnuug / tour h tour. 
He is thereby himfelf, cr tjt gani? allctn ^(X, tl efi la tout 
feul. By the bulk , «bcr{)aupt , en bloc , engros. By re- 
tail , rtucfnscifc , en detail. By the by , (by the way,; obcn* 
%in, mucin rocnig, nur mit roentgen / en paffant, legere- 
ment. By and by , glcic^ , firacB , fllebalb / tout a I 'heme. 
To be by, to Hand by, <xni bcr fcttc pei)cn, gcgcnroartig, 
iUgcgcnobcrbarbtJ)fc!)n, etrepref-nt. To ftand by one, 
cincm bciMte^cn, iicltfcn, auf jciner fcitc f(m,appuyer,fou- 
tentr quelcun , prendre fon parti. To fet by , to come 
by, &c. f. To fet, to come, &c. A by-jobb, cin nc-' 
bcti-'TOcrc!/ ci!ie abfonbcriicftc atbcit, un ouvrage apart. 
By-lane, cin ncbcn-gd^lcin / une rue qui efi i Vecart. 

By-place, cin prt auf ber feitcn , cin Ijcimlic^cr ott obcr 
fKftlupff-njtncfel; cine rcboutc, cine gattungcinerf^anPc / un 



lieu ecane , ou retire ; re^ttit , retrancbem^nt. By-town, 1 Icgt ^flt/ glof^ 



quefois les tailleur s. 
Cabem, f. Cabin. 

Cabin, cinctubc/ ^uttc, cfn ^i5ttleirt/1^4uf Icirt ;«n Unm^ 
lein in cincm fc^iffe/ cakanc. 

Cabinet, cin cabinet, cin fc^retb -- faftletn , cin ^n^i:x -- flfii- 
lein/ gc^eimc^ jimmcr cabinet. The cabinet-council , ^it 

{jcimlic^cnratbft^fageobcrgcfc^dftc bc^ gcrid^t^ obcr gemci- 

ncnmcfen^ le cabinet. 
Cible, cin croffee fi^'iff-fcil/ cable. 
Cafalish, rei§ / gcbu|c6 / gcitrJitc^ ; wm winit abgefc^laf e - 

ne^0berabg:»0tjfcnc6^l8/Wf»«^o/j, brojfailles -, bois cka- 
blis, abbatis' de b$is. 

f Cabosbed, ba^fcincf fopff ^at/bcmbct fopif abgc^aucH 
cber abgcfc^ntttcn i^, qui n a point d: the. 

Caburn, fc^ifF^feiUgam///^^ carret. 

♦ Cidiexy, bic iible ucrbauung ; cin ungefunbcr ^nfiflnb bcj 
leibc^/ recnn cr jjoUer bofer fcuc^tigf eitcn t|1, cacochymie. 

Cack-a-bed, cincr, bcr inj \:iXX^ facfet, uncbie en lit. 

To cackle, giuc^fcu/aieeine^cnnc/ trcnn fic i^re eper ge- 



M2 



Cick- 



iyi CAC. CAL. 

-Cackling, ba^^ gluci^feii eiitcr ^Cttrte/ c&am d'une poule 
qui pond. 

* Cacophony, eitt ublcr flang / cbci' uMcr t^on fcer rocr- 

tt, cacophoiiic. 

Ciickrell, ettie art tmi mecr-fiifc^C^/ efpice de fvijjon de 
vier. 

C^de, eilt fd§lcirt/ HcitlCiS \a^, un caque, baril. 
. Cadelamb, ciil lamill/ fc Ittt \)iXW^'i, aufci'iCgen ijl/ unagneau 
domejlique. 

Ciuiencc, ciii crt>cut(t(^cr fc^Iuf <{itc? period], ober in eu 
Item gcfanqc/ cine cabcnt?/ cadence. 
\ Cader, cia juitiicrcr bn;t),;i*/ c-?<r/f^. - 

Cadcw, ct)J firol);tUUrUl//or/^«/f wr, qui s'engendre far- 
mi la faille. 

Cadmia, f. Calamin. 

Caduke, brtufdUig/ fd/^tt-acS/ altera oter fwncF^cIt ^albcn 
flti fcdnteu ficfc^rcacf)et/ cnduque. 

Cae'city, Mc ili!tt''[)cit/ aveug/etnent. 

Caeiibate, bcr IcHge ^nnb^ celibat. 

Cag, ciii fflfUeiti/ «/« f^^«^. 

Cage, cid f«fi(5/ t)i59dbauer; cin gefdngitif / f/?^^; /jv/e«. 

To cage, in eiiiesi Fcfic! t{)uii/ ober vi\ ben fercfer Icgcu/ 

mettre en cage^ ou en prison. 
. Caged, XW Cttietrfcftg gctl)a!1/ viis en cage. 

To cajole, cincm fc^iitctrfKlti/ Itebfofeit/ gldtte rocvte gc* 
I>cit; ciiieu bcrcbcii/ ftufjicf)cn/ i^m etrea^ uorfd}waHeii/ £■</- 

jolery flater ; dttper, eitjoler. 

Cajoled, krcbct/bcut \\\m gcjc^nicic^clf/ cbec ctroa^t'cr- 
gcfd)uvi<*et ^at/ <rrf;'oA', /-/«/»?. 
Cajoler, eitt fc^mcictjlcC/ eiiie fcT^mcid^kriit / cajolery- 

eufe. 

Cajoling, baiifc^mcici^le»/biefd;meicf;ele»)/ raflion deca- 

jalei't cajolerie. ' 

Ciitiff, cii? \<\o,Ui cbcr gefansiencr; cin bubC/ galgenbo-- 
gcl jalf^cnfd/rDengel, cin gcttlofei'/ bofct^ fcrl/ efdave; co- 

quin, ftndardffcelerat. 

C;-ke, citl fucf)cn/ ^'X\)t , gateau. Cake of coals, cine 

flein-foolc, fo uon bcr l)i{je bc^ fcycr^ jufamnien gcbacfcn i|r/ 

charbim de tare cole par la chaleur du feu. Rofe-calce, 
etn rofoi-fudjCH/ pain de rcfe. Wax-cake, cin tT3ild)?-fU' 
^t\\, pain de cire. Cake-houfe, cin htdjen-baUiJ/ trC' miin 
fudjCJI rM(S:}t Obcr Oerrauftt/ w^?//(/?z t/i Port fait & uti rvn 
vend des gateaux, dke-vvoman, ciltC fud^cn^ftaU/ tiefu-' 
djen HXHi\^.t, fenime qui vend des gateaux. 

To cake, jnfammen bflcFen/ tvie'bic fleinFo^len / /^ //Vr, 

fe prendre^ fe coler. 

Caked, jufrtnimcit gcbacFctt/ '^o/^. 

Caluber, cin ?rnue^ ittlbeg tl;icrlcirt; wie cin cic^^ornlcin 

%X^^ I forte de bete fauv age. 

Calamary, cinc mcer-lVllinC/ calemar. 

Calamin, gajlntct)/ ^fl///»"«^- 

Calainint, fft^enmunR / calament. 

Calamitous, trilbfclif!/ clcnbe/ ttjibcrWCrtig/ calamitcux. 

Csiamity, tie trubjiti; bas ungliici, ungcmacf;/ tic twibcr-- 

XHiXXX^liiX , calamite. 

C^iamuE, eid rof;t/ fc^ilft rofeau. Sweet calamus, caU 
liitU'/ rofeau aroniatique. 

To caiandcr, &:c. f. To calender, &c. 

Caicar, cin d)t)nufd)cr calcinir-ofen/ barinn rnan cttuao' cnl- 

v'lr.iren fan/ fourneau de chymijle pour calciner les corps. 

To calcinate, to calpne, ctttja^ju afc^c brenncH/ tjcrbren- 

XWiXi calciner. 

Calcinated, calcined, gebrannt/ JU afc^C »crbrannt/ cal- 
cine. I 



CAL. 

Calcinating, calcinkion, calcining, btC tetbvenuung Jit 
afcf)C/ calcination. 

To calculate , cttwa^ Xi6)W<l\\/ auetCC^ilcn/ calculer. He 
dos calculate himfelf for preferment, ci" m«d)t f;cf) bic 

recf^nung^ bn|; cc ?m% pcaut] wirb beforbert twcfbcn/ H fnt 

fan conte qu'il jera infailUblement avancL To calculate 
a difcoiuie to the meaneft capacity , cilicn bifcour^ nad) 

bcr fd()tgfcit be^ fc^njad^fJcn t^crflanbc^ mx\^)Xi\\iaccommo- 

der un difcours a la portee des plus fvibles. ^ 

Calculated, raij^gcrcc^nct/ calculi-. Religion is calcula- 
i ted to make us happy , bii^ abtel)en / bcv CtniflC jiucc! bcr 
ireligien illUnfcrcglucFlcIigfcit/A? religion Jie tendqu'a nous 

rendre heureux. \ 

I Calculating, calculkion, bic rcdjnung/ aulrcc^nunfl/ cal- 
culi fupputatiun. 

Calendar, ciil calcnbct/ calendrier. 

Calender, cin feni-nJUrni/ fcrnwibel/ cakndre. 

To calender, IcinnJiinb. gldltcn/ glatt maiden/ calendrer, 

Calender'd, gcglattct/ calendre. 

Calends, bcr crflc tag cinci? tUOnatsi/ calendes. At the 
Greek calends, nintmcrmc^r/ an (B. ninnnermcljr^^ag/ ju 

)?|iingilcn UUf bent Ciiv aux calendes Grequcs, jamais. 

Calenture, cine art cinc^ ^tm'gcn fiebcrs »ur jcit bc^ fol- 

ikltW, fevre ardent e. 

Calcsh, S*. cfllcfdjC/ ttne caleche. 

Calf, cin ^<iX\i ; cin l)irfc^-'falb/ un veau ; faon. Calves- 
head, cin fillb^'Eopft,' t^te de veau. Calves-pluck, td'i (ilU 
gciUCtbObcr gcfd)lincEc cinci; h\\bc^, frejji< re deveau. Cal- 
ves-leather, falb-'lcbcr/ veau , peau de veau. Calves-foot, 
I arcn/ 5)cUt|C^er ingber, pied de veau. The calf of the leg, 
cine tvabc,. le gras de la jambe. 

Caliber, s. muttbnng einc^ gcfc^ufie^/ tt»cite be^ lauff^/ 

calibre. 

Calico, ciillico, 5'!btanii'd)c lc(!ttt)anb bon baumnipUc gc^ 

ntacf)t/ tvile de colon, toiie des hides. 

Caiiver, cin flcin fiucf gefc^iiR/ fo tttan anf bcr fc« ge* 

\)XH\\d)X I forte de petit canon dunt on fe fert fur mtr. 

To calk a ship, ciii fd;ifr jufticfcn/ jujiopffen/ auebcflfern/ 

cal/ader, calfater un vaifj'eau. 
Calked, j«ocfrct?fff au-^gcbcffcrt / calfadL 
Calker, cin fcljitf-flicfcr/ calfateur. 

Calking, fuber/ alttjcrcf/ baniit man bic ^'^fxMi tmi 
fd; iff^ jnilopfft/ unb t) crn«d> t)crr id;t; bic auiibciTcnmg ci* 

nc^ |Cl;i|f^/ calf as, radoub; raflion de calfater^i^c. f.To 
calk. 

cyi, \i<xi rufcn/ rocnn cincm gcrufcn njirb; "^k pcrlc? 
fung bcr na^mcn 'kx[ ciner infammcnfaitft ; b.ig \i\<^vx, 
m\d)ii bcr trcmniclfdHag obcr 'iiK trompctc cicbt ; bcr 

fitopff jn cincr IDajTcr-pfcitfC/ Paction d'appclU.- -, appil; 
appcl de tambour; pommelle. To give one a call, cinctt 
rufCit / f)crin rufcn ; appeller quelcun. To be ready at a 

call, fillcjeit bet) bcr \)m'^ fcnn/ aufyaffen/^aBbalb ba fcon, 

menn cincr gcrufcn njirb/ etre toUjuurs pret , etre fait au 
bola. A call to repentance, cine cinlfibung Obcr onrci* 
%yxn^ jur buffC/ invitation, ou folUcitation a la repentance. 
The call of pvutridges, Hi rufcn bcr rcbljmicr/ rappel 
des pci'drix. 

To call, ctnja5 nenncrt/ l^eiffcn/ i^m cinen na^men gc* 
U\\\ ciiicn rufcn/ bmifeu/ ^rjumfcn/ Ijeiffen foininctt; 
jsifimmeurufen/Ocrf.nnmlcn; rufen ct'cr fd;rct)cit n)ic cin 

rcfctjnU/ appeller, nomjner, donner le vom a; faire vcnir; 
convofjuer; appeller, chanter. '1 heir patience, shall 1 call 
it, or rather ihupidity, i^rc gcbult/ Pbcr 0;clmcl)r/ WO IcO 

CO alfo ncnnen wm, i(;re bummt)cit//^'«>" /"?''«'«**'' "'* P'*^' 

viieux 



C A L. 

nieax dire^ lew flufidhc. To call one names, efnettt JU^ 
nahmcu cbcr utlc ija!;ntcn ficDeit/ ifjii fcijfl'ntieH, f<tntdhcu/ 
Idjterrt . dire des injures a e^uelcun, lui chanter pouiHes. 
He calls me rogue-, ejr ^cilTci miit) tmtn\djdm, Hm'ap- 
telic co.^n;n. * Let us call another caulb , laiJt un^ I'Oll 
Cttras fllifcccd rcbcn , amill(? ^iWOn , cknngeons de difcours, 
brjfons la dejfus. To call one's game, [:\K\ \f\z\m bcfcpul- 
t\o,i\\i accufei- fon jeu. To call one all to nought , ctncn 
flUf-fcbatit'Ctl/ Idftcm/ dire des injures a quelcw.:. To call 

one in, eincn l)iticm tufeti/ l?et}Ten binctn Ummwr /ai- 
re entrer quelcun, lui dire q'uil entre. To call in (back) 

one's word, fciii n^crt o&cn)ertl?rc($cn ttticbctrnfcu / reti- 

rer, repremire fa parole. To call in one's money, 

(debts,) fdngclt)/ fcitie fcf)ulbcn eitifori>erii / retirer foti 

(irger.t, reckercher fes dettes. To call in one's word, 

ciitcii njtet'crnif tf)un/ etira^ iuicbcmifcn/ fcinc rcbc um^ 

pogCH/ Ober nic^t gelten luficn n3Cilcn//c' dedirey retrafler 
ce qu'ojJ nvoit avance. To call in a law, ctll 9Cf€B tViV 
terrufctt, a^f^^l^f^C!l/ revsquer um lot. To call in que- 
lUon, (into queftion,) in JlUeiffel jie^cn / revoquer en dou- 
te: To call one away, etllCU rccgnifcn/ tBCflbolett/ ab^olcti/ 
faire furtir quelcun, reiJimetter. To call one back, Ct- 
nett ;urucf rufctr, reppelkr quelcun. To call back one's 
word, f. To call in. To call off, tocarufc!!/ abijaltCO/ o!^^ 
fubrcil/ abrat{)cn/ detoumer, difjiiader. To call tor, ci- 
nert rufcri, ctma^ furbcrtt/ nm ttvixxi ^xtUn, bcgcfjreit/ ap- 

peller , demaj-.der. Call for dinner , laijet ba^ ejfctl brilU 
9Ctt/ y^/Z/tV fe-rvir le diner. To call after one, etnetll 

nad)rufcn/ nad)fc^re?ctt/ ibn anfc^rc«)cii , appella- quelcun 
a hnHte.voix. To call again, nj(cbert)okn ; TOJcbcr anfprc' 
C^eti; ;urucF rufetl/ repeter; /aire revenir. To call ali- 

de, clneti auf tie fcite rufcn, i&ti auf cine (cite nci)mtn, ti- 

rer a cote, {a part.) To call aloud, lauty mil lUUter |tlm; 
niC rufcil/ s' eerier, fe r eater. To call forth, {)craU0 ru- 
\<i\\, /aire /itrtir , evoquer. To call together, jufamnteu 
nifc:i/ eerfaniinlen / ajfembler, convoquer. To call to 
one, cilJClt rufCil/ anfc^repCII/ appeller quelcun. To call 
to (unto,) anrufcn; rcegrufcit/ invoquen /aire fortir. 

To call to one for help, cinen unt f)ulffc anrufeH/ an- 

fc^rn^Clt/ appelUr quelcun a jon /ecaurs, implorer fon as- 
/iflance. 1 call God to wittnefs, [^ ntfe ©Ott {«•« JCU- 
gCll an/ @Ott ijl meiri JCUge/ j'«> *n';;/ D/V« i temoin, 
Dien m'en eft temoin. To call a thing to mind , (to re- 
membrance,) s^ieber ax\ ttrtai ctcbcncfcii ^ fid) barauf befui- 
neil' fic^ bcffcf! ertiineni/ rappeller la memoire, ou fefou- 
venir de queiijue ckcfe. To call one to an account, re* 

c^ejifc^ijrft, r<c^:umg »cii einem njcgen etitias forbcrtt//«/- 

re rendre compte a quelcur.. To call one out, clttCIl Jjcr^ 
flUStufen/ i|)n fjeiffcn ^craud HvmxtW, /aire fortir quelcur.. 
To call over an afTembly, (the names of an allembly,) 
V\t rcrfjuen in eiiicr ocif^mnilung t>crlcfeit/ appeller une \ 

a/fernbU-e, ou les noms d'une ajjlmblee. To call one up, '. 

cincti ^;\m\x\ rufcn, t)ci<]!en l)!!t«uf fomntcn cbct ftctaen/ 1 

/aire monter quelcun. To cai! one up in the morning, j 
ciiieii bcl morgcn^ aufroccfcn, icn ^eiffen uuffjchcH/ eveilUr 
quelcun. To call up fpirits, fie geifier befd)tt?crcn/ evoquer, 
conjurer- les efprits. To call one down, cinctl I)crutltcr 
rufcH, t^rt ^CljTfrt bcrob fommctl, /aire defcendre quelcun. 

To call one en, ei:ien i« ctttas ermaljncny aufmuntcrn, 
exkerter, ar.tmer quelcun. To call upon one in one's 

way, fcc9 cincn: c!n)>rcd)eii, cinfrrcc&€!T, jaiVrcd^cn, cber ihn 
befudKit, ^a man ycrbcp gcber/ /j/'^fxfA'c^- quelcun en pajjhnt. 
1 called upon him to be as ?ooci as his word , ic^ t)a&e 

t^n tmal^iict (c^ir cruiner;) >a^ « |>iji a>ort \ioXu,je le 



CAL'. CAM. 



91 



fommiti de fa parole. To call upon God , ©ott Ottrttfett, 
invoquer Dieu. 

Called, gcrufcr?/ ;c. appelle, zfc. f. To calL 

Callemanco, f. Caliimanco. 

Caller, cilHt, t>ct ta rufet/ celui qui appelle. 

Callico, f. Calico. 

Calliminco , eiii (iibcncr icug , fo in Cnglanb gemac^t 

roirb/ callemanque. 

Calling, baerufctt/ :c. cia bcnif; ctrtc ^anbt^icrung/ etti 
gctuerbC/ hanbel / I)atlbn?crcf ^ ardon d" appeller, i^c. \, To 
call ; vocation \ employ, metier. 

Calloiity, callousnefs, cttlC l>drtC/ Obcr ^flftC ^autfltl^tl; 
bCH/ fl^lTcn, K. calus,dur!tlon. 

Callous, ^artI)flU«3/ fc^ttiUic^t/ calleux, plein de duril- 
Ions. 

Calloulhefs, f, Gallofity. 

Callow, \i<xi fctnc fcbc'rn ^at, qui n'd point de plumes. 
A callow maid, ciil nuigblcill/ cilicflciue jungfcC/ unejeune 
file. 

Calm, /^. titll/ nil)tg/ ftf/w^. 

Cilm, s. t!'\i ItiUe/ rii^e/ mccr^ttUc/ r/r/wt', /Jow^f^. 

To cahn, ctiva^ jtlUetT/ begutigcn/ bcfdnfftiget?/ ca/w??-. 

Calmed, gc^iUct/ K. f//Zi«?'. 

Calming, biJ!? |1illC!t/ :C. raflion de calmer. 

Calmly, rul)ig, fltilc, trajiquillement. 

CaLnnefs, bie ruhC/ jltilc, r^^/wi?. 

Caldt, tim mui;C/ leberac fappc/ calote. 

Caltrop, calthrop, m fuj-'atiscly fug-'eifett ; cine fiat^cli 

tlU(5/ cbau/fetrape. 

To cilve, fiilbcrJt/ v^/?r. 
Calves, fiilbiT/ veaux, f Calf. 
Calvinill, etll Svlbfllijic/ Calviiujle. 

To calumniate, etneii scrleumbeti/ lajierrt/ fd^nifl^cU/ fu 

ncm ubcB natf^rcbCtJ/ calomnier. 
Calumniated, pctlcumbct/ calomr.ie. 

_ Calumniator , eiti Idfrcrer/ ucrleumbcr/ ft^md^er, calom' 

niateur. 

Calumnious, Ocrlcttmbcn'fc^ / ld|tcrli($/ calomnieux. 
Calumny, eine uerleumbung/ ubcle tiad^rcbe,. calomnie. 

Camail, ciiiea Sifitoffs ober pricirCl't' (i&}\&-t\Ziii,cama!l. 

Camarade, ctll gcfeil/ iw%'ii\d\, niirgcf;U/ ffcmib/ ca- 

marade, ami. 

Cumbering, frumttt au^ge{)olety gcnjelbct/ gefruramct; 
bie fruninie/ ba^ frummett bcr fcfjiif-brettcr/ cambri-, cam- 

brure. 

Cambrick, ^antcric^er lctnm.nib/ tolle de Cambray. 
Came, (fijiii) ttl 'i•c^i imperf. jjctl to come. 
Camel, ettl faillCCl, chameau. 
Camelion, bu^ tf)ier cartiCkOR/ cameleon. 
Camerade, f. Camarade. 

Camlsado, cin ploi^lid^cr ndd}tlic^cr cinfaU/ cbcr angriff^ 

camifade. 

Camlet, fc^ailtmelPt , ftimmclct/ camelot. Water'd- 
camler, gesDrtffcrter fdbcmmelot/ camelot onde. 

Cammock, f. Reil-harrow. 

Lamomil, cijflllu'Uai/ I)Unbfbl«me/ camomille. 

tCamous, camus, c;moys, f?ump|fndfi9/ bas cirte auf* 
n?crt9 gcbpgcn;/ cingebcgeiie na'c l)«t/ camus, recoztrbe. 

Camp, citt laget; fricgS'lager , camp. Camp-fight, efti 
Efljtqjff cbcr ttirnier m bcfd;lo|feneti fc^rancfcii/ combat en 

chariip clos. 

To cimp , im fclbc Itcgctty fic^ Idgerri/ bafi la^cr an ei* 

nem Crte |cl)lage«/ camper, fs caviper. 
Canpagne , f. Campain. 

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CampSun, hai fctb/ ctti citciteg/ mdUi fclt»; cm fcib-m/ 

campagne. A cairiph'in-wig, eltlC groffe lamtpcvMc/per- 
rti^uc a la cavalUre. 

Campeche, cinc lati&fc^afft til 2(mw'cfl; t>a^ ^ol^ fo t>a- 

l^er fonnut/ campeche. 

Camped, gclacjClt/ campS, pojie. 
Camphire,. FaiUpffcr/ camphire. 

Camping, &a^ Uegctt ini felbC/ tasJ talent/ bad fagcr-fi^tfl^ 

gCtl/ bic lagerutig/ Pa^ion de camper-, campement. 
Camr^dc, f. Camarade. 
Can, f. Cann. 
Can, fomiClt/ pouvoWyf avoir. I will do it if I can, {&) 

will^ ti)un,wonur^ mogltc^ ill/ fo tc^ c^tbuHfait/jV/e/fr^/ 
/ije puis. I cannot, ii^ fan iud)t/ Icf) fan cd nic^t t^uti/ 
CS tft tvtir ntc^t \\mM),jc nepuis pas. 1 will do what ! can, 

(ail I can) id) luill t^utt/ ivasJ ctimettiem ycrmcgcti |tcf)ct/ 

fU »icl mtr moglic^ \% je feral ce queje pourrai. He can 
read and write , ci" fan lefen U»b fc^feibcn / il fait lire ^ 
ecrire. How can you tell? i\50l)Cr retffct I^W? roer {)at^ 
eud) (!it^C^o,i ? comment le fnvez vous? 'Tis more than 1 
can teil, id) n)Ct§ ntd)td batDOrt/.;V n'cjt fat rien. No body 
can tell, c^ TOci^ nicmanb ntC^ti? iiMWW , perfonne n'enfait 
rien.' Make all the hafte you can, Iltac^ct gcfc^WKlbe 
fcrt/ CilCt fO Dielald i{)r Hnntiifaites taite la diligence pos- 
Jible. He is as like him as can be, cr Ifl i{)m ganfi fl'^nltc^/ 
zV lui refj'emble tout a fait. That's the fafeft courfe that 
can be, b(§ ift t<xi allerric^erftu mittel/ ^vy? /^ roye A//)/«j- 
affetiree. As fure as can be, %0i.\\% gemi^/ O^nc aUcrt JttSCtf* 
fel/ fid;Cl'lid) / /r^j affeurement , fans doute. As foon as 
can be, fo balb C6 fcpu fan, cbct moglic^ t|l/ oufiJ c^c|!C/ 
auffi tot qu^il fe pourra, an plutit. He is asbad as can 
be, er fati tiic^t fd;lintmcr fepn / // ne famoit etre plus me- 
chant. They can ill away with it, fie fjjnncn ii nid)t 
IVObl UCrtrflgCH/ ycrbauen/ //x owf ^/V« de la peine aledige- 
rer. You cannot but knoW it, i^r mfllfct e« ni5t()n5cnbi9 
TO'ijfen/Cd mu§ cud^ ja beroufi fcpn/ vous ne pouvez pns ri- 
gnorer. One cannot tell which way 'twill go , ii wcip 
tioc^ nicmanb/ wic cd ablauffen n>ivb/ on ne fait pas quelle 

en fera I'iffue. 1 cannot (1 can't) but laugh when I fee 

him, tc^ fatT ntic^ bed lac^cnd nic^t cntliaUen/ jvcnn tc^ i^n 

^et)C / je ne puis m^einptcher de rire quandje le vois. 

Canal,cln cflnal/ cine rtnnc/ xxi^xt, canal. 

Canary, canattcn^fcct/ vin de canarie. 

Caniry-bird,cin canarlcii-'yogel i cin lofcf i)09el/ cin W- 

tf/ Z^''" ^^ canarie ; fiipon. 

To cancel, (cinc fd>rtfft) buvc^jlrcic^cn / aitslofc^cn ; et-- 
wad unguUig xwdjtWj aufbcben/ abfcfjajfcn/ umfJoffen ; einc 
grdnlJC/ fc^rancfcn/ Ober cin jicl ^Z^tW, canceller-, invalider, 
annul ler; burner, limit er. 

Cancelled , bUi:(t)ff"<^Cn / 0Uf9Cf)0kn/ tC. canceller inva- 
lide, &c. 

Cancelling, bad burc^|lrcid;ert/ K. ration de canceller, 
i^c- f. To cancel. 

cancer, \)Vt frcW/ eltt frebd''9cfd)n>ur ; bad jeic^icn am 

flimmel, cancer genannt/ cancer; le/igne du cancer. 

Candid, aufrid)tig/ treultc^/ reblid^/ candide. 

Candidate, eitt candidat, b«; um eincn bicnjl wfc)i%can- 
didat. 

Candidly, aufric^ttg; rcblid> / candi dement. 

candle, cincfcrfeC/ cin licbt/ ckandelle. C^ndle-fnuf- 
fers, cine Uc^tpUlJC / mouchtttes. Tallow-candle, cIn ItC^t 
JJOn unfdHitt gcmad)t/ chandelle de fuif Rush- (watch-) 

candle, cin lid)t/ fo man bed tiad^to bicnnen \k%t, cha-.idel- 
kdevieille. Wax-candle, ciu roac^MJC^t, cinc H)a4>d'' 



C A N. 

Ux^i, chandelle de cire. By candle-light,^^^ \\^U, k U 
chandelle. • 

Candlemas, candlcinas-day , (td^tntcffC/ la chandcleur. 

Cundleflick, cin licbt-'fiocf/ leud;tcr/ chandelier. 

Candor, candour, bie aufn'c^tigfcit/ rcblic^f eit, can- 
deur. 

C^ndy , canbicVCt , candi. Sugar - c^ndy , JUdfcrf anb, 

fucre-candi. 

To^caindy, N. in iapffctt/ WtC t\% anfdjicffcn,/^ candir, 
devenir conime glace. 

To candy, ctnjrtd in JUCfcr cinmac^cil/ confre. 

Candy'd, {^\.\\ jttcFcr) ctngcmad^t/ conft. 

Cane, cin ^ubianifd^cd ro^r^ jucfcr^-fdjllff; cin ©panifd^ 

Xt)%Xi Obcf (lab/ canne, rofeaud'Inde; un baton, ane caji»4. 
Cane-man, eincr bet ©pantfi-^C ro^l'C UCrfaufft/ vendeur de 
Cannes. Cane-bottom chairs , ftiKjlc mtt cinciU hX)\iin bOl| 
ro^re gcmgc^t / chaifes a fond de canne. 

To cane one, ciitcn uitt ctncm g^))anifc^cn ro^rc fc^la^ 

gen / donner des coups de canne a quelcun. 

Caned, bcr mit Ctncm ro^rc abgcfd^lagcn tvorbe»/ a qui 

ron a donne des coups de canne. 

Canel, jimmrt/ JtmmctrinbC/ canelle. 
Canel-bone, Hi gurgcl-bcin/ I'os du gofter. 
Canibal, etn niertfcfien'frefcr/ antrcpcpkage. 

Canicular, liixi ju "ii^n I)unbd4agc» obcr \m\ ^unb^-|lcr« 

gc^Ol'Ct/ caniculaire. 

Canine, ^miiifd) / canin , de chien. Caniiae apperi»e, 
gVOlTcr t)Ungcr//^/;« canine. 

Canker, bcr hi-U, citt frcffcnbcd gefc^tour/ im chancre. 

canker-worm, dnt vanpc , une chenille. 

Cankered, mit bcmfrcbd bc{)ajftet/ oii il^ a un chancre. 

Cann, cine ^\umt btcr-'fannc/ bidon. 

Cannel, f. Canel. 
Cannel, f. Canal. 
Cannel-bone, f. Canel-bone. 
Ctonon, f. Canon. 
Cannot, f. Can. 

Cannon, cirt flucf , cin flucf gcfc^uB'/ camn. Cdnnon- 
bullet, cinc jlucf-fugcl/ boulet de canon. Cannon-shot, 

^it fc^u§ m\c^ jlucfcd / tiit WiiH, fo m foIcOer f^u^' l;abcfi 

fart/ la portee du canon. 

Canoe, f. Canow. 

Canon, cin fircf)en-gefe<?/ rcgcl obcr orbnung ; cin ^tWi 
^jixx, (gtifftd^bciT '■> d\n gattung grojfcr bud^fiabcn in cincc 

brucfcfew; cin yfcrbC-btf?/ canon de rcgHfc-, un chanoine; 
canon, lettre d^imprimeur; emhouchcure de cheval. Ca- 
non-law, ^i^i gci|}Iid)C rc4)t/ le droit canon. 

Cimonade, cin |Wcffcb<t^/ canonnadc. 

To canonidc, ctt»ad mit friicfcn bcfdjicffcrt/ canonner. 

Canoneer, cin biic^tfcnmctjlcr/ canonnitr. 

Candziicai, rcd)t/ rccbtmd£'tg/ tvnd jiim canone, }nr 
glanbend'-rcgcl / obcr ju ben canonifdjcn bud)crn bcr f)eiL 

fcbrifft gcl)6l'Ct/ canonique, canonial. The canonical 

hours, bic bctl)*fTunbcn/ bic (lunbctt/ fo nac^ ben fivd)cn-gci 
feBcn juf auejVcnbung bcf facramcntc vetorbnct finb, /« 

beures canoniales. 

Canonicalncfs, bic fcdjtmdl^igfeit/ btc cattOrtifc^e hi{i)<x\t 
fcnt)eit obcrbcr rcd)tmdf?igc juftanb cinedbtnged/ Petat ca- 

nonique d^une chofe. 

Cinonift, cin canonJ|lC/ Icfircr ^ii gci|ilic^cn rccl^ted/ ca- 

nonifie. 

Canonization, btc canonifirung / bad aufnc'^mcn ift V[t 

ja^i ber l)Ciligcn/ camnifation. 

To 



CAN. CAN. CAP. 9S 

To canonize , ciiien in bic jo^l ter ^citigen Mfnt^mtn. 

fcficti/ trin^Cri/ cmior.ijW. _ 

Canoniied, cattDilifirct/ canbnife. 
Caiiuo, f. Canow. j 

Canonshjp, tie wurb^ fkOe cinc^ ;Dcm^emt/ bie pfruB-- 

JJC Ctne6 Siombcrrn / cancnicat, prebende. 

Canopy, bcr bitumd iiber cines ^urflcn tafel ober t>cr- 
fiorftu^l; eititrag-ycmntd/ unfer reelcfKm btc (iatt)cticfctt 
ba/facramctit riagcn; eiii fpiBtgcr umbang cinc^ idt-bet- j 
tc.?/ dais; fat le\ pavilion.' The canopy of heaven,' 

Ui nrmnmetit be^ \)'mmi.\i, bcr gcjiirntc Ijimmel/ /? >•- 

mamtrit. 

Canorous, fc^allcnb, crfc^aUcnb, t^on«nb/-lliifg«Hb/ Ueb- 

Jlc^^ refonavt, melodieux, doux. 

Canow, ciii jiibianifcfjcr noc^e/ f*»o/. 

Can't, pro cannot, f. Can. 

Cant, S. gcrtc^tiicfjer ausruffy ba^ offcntlictie »crfauf* j cap, eine t'c()rcarpe cuppe obcr niufic, redone bic altcn Icutc 
fcti J'cr gatcf ttit ben mcijitutenbcn / «;f<T«, vente publi-\ untcr bem l}utc tragcn, ««e calottf. Cap-maker, dn 
que. j nmPen-mac^er / v^oKKrt/Vr. With cap in hand, mit ent* 

Cant, emc (ingcncmmette rcbcn^-art/ fo etltc^e untcr \\6) j bl6§tcm ^auvtc 5u fu§e fallen ; //^ the decouverte. ♦ To 

fiUd:tC fu{)ren/ laugtige ajfefle aim certain parti, narquois. caft^his cap at one, fkf) Ctncm uberwuribeu gcbctt / ^^f o»- 



gett/ bW^fUi^Cn / nacfigrutdtt/ examiner bicn une affaire, 
la bien eplucher. To canvais for a place, nac^ Ctner ftcU 

Ic frad)ten obcrftrckn, fic^ um cin oxaX bcnsctben/s^^j^af' 

»;;? charge. 
. CanvaiTed, ttP^l ItntcriUC^t / JC. examine, ^c. 

Canvairmg, bas nacf?fc'rt"d)ctt, u'. eiite unterfud)ung/ nacfi^ 
forfc^iutg; bas ftrcbcn nae^ ctncm amtC/ examen, ralHon 

d' examiner, ifc. l' action de briguer, brigue. 

Cap, cine fappc/TJuijC/ l)aubc; bic abnc^mung be^ ^u^ 
tc5/ flbiie^ung bet fappc eber tuuBC/ ciaaruK; wx ^aupt/ 
fopff; ber nicrcn-'fopff / ober bte fporcn b« »erbert'ocil5 t\f 
nc^ fc^iffc^/ bonnet; boiinetade , jalut \ csbocbe; tet^ ou 
cap de more. Night-cap, ciitc uac^t-l)«ubC/ fc^lajf4«tt^^/ 
bonnet de nuit. Oif with your cap , ben t)Ut 0.h, nd)nteC 
bic ntUPC ab , chapeau bas, bas le bonnet. A Cardinal's 
cap, ein €arbinali^4ut/ <-'bf!peau de Cardinal. A black 



Tofpeak cant, fotibcrlicf^e obcc angcnommcnc tebcn^^^arten 

fubren / purler narquois. 

To cant, fonberli(^e ober angencmmcne rcbcn^ ■- arten 
gebtauc^cn/ fo ctlt(^c untcr fic& Qlldnc futjren; ndc^ bcr 
gebnrt nnebcr CtXi\ttmXi\tn , parler narquois; relever d'un. 
coucbe. 

Cantstion, f. Incantation. 



fejfer vaincu. A conTidering-cap, f. Confidering. C^p- 

cafe, etrt ^Ut'futtcr, rtintcn, fcUcifen. valife, beface. Cap- 

a-pe, m\% burcfiaui? / m\ bcr fd)ebd bit' <i>A^ "iit fu§-fol)lC/ 

r ' J?om f optfe bip juni fuije / de pie en cap. Cap-paper, bicf 

s bvmn ifavict) forte de papier grii' i^ epais. Fools-cap, ci^ 

nc gflttun*) fdircib-pflpter, /or/e de papier a ecrire. 

To cap one , cincni bcn t)ut ober \ik ntufic uom fopffc 



Canter, S. ber obcr btc drte flngcnommenc rcben^^orti abnebmcn; ben ^ut oor einem abns^men/ ii^w gruiTcrt/ de- 



couvrir quelcun, lui 6ter le chapeau de (ieffhs la the ; falu- 
er que!cun,l'.ti Sterle chapeau. To cap verfes, mtt cincm 

wed^fcls-njcifc ucrfe um \>k ractte au^acnbig \mn, fo bw 
cin icbftH'bcr fcinca vers nut bemjcnigen bud)ftabcn flnfdn^ 
get/ mttbcm fjc^ ber »orhcrgc^enbe leHtei»cre gecnbet/ 'Vc/- 
ter desversa I'cnvi. To cap, cmn mol>ren*fcpf OOrnc 
an cin fd)iff fc^cn, mettre le chouquet. 

Capable, tuc^tig/ fdbig, gcfd)ieft/ tauglic^z mdd^tig/ ca- 
pabje.^ ^ Capable of envy , jur miBgiHifi gencigt^ ucibifc^z 

nitfgunftig / /«/r?/)//^/? d'cnvie, envieux. A haven capa- 
ble of 4oa ships, cin fcc-'htifeH/ barinnen 400 fcl>itfe Ucgert 

fonnen / w« port capable de contenir 40c vaifflaiix. 

Capacious, n^cit/ 9ro§/meitgcn»g ctroas ju ftJIKny Ijaltctt 

obcr fu'^reu, capable de tenir, etendu. 

Capacioufnefs, bff bcgrijf cbcr "^K^ ttdte cinw binges obcp 

Otte^/ capacite. 

To capacitate, tiid?tig Obcr fu^ig mac^cn/ rendre capable. 
capacitated, tiic^ftg gcmad^t/ JC. rcTtdu capable. 
Capacity, ber bct^hf obcr bie ©citCy groiTe eiiicv bjtjge^ 
obcr ortes; bte ffi^ttgfdt, fnbigfcit/ gefd;icfliff)?vit/ ber 
DCriranb', bic \\\<H'i)t, gcwalt/ capacite, grandeur; portec, 
habilet}, [avoir; pouvoir. They are happy, who canfer- 
^. , . „ ^ j ve their country in that capacin.-, bieicnigcn Onb «^lucf; 

^.antred, ctn ^SrctanniKo roort, fo ^unbcrt bcrffer be-- ! fdig , Vm tbrcm tiaterlanbc va ^m ftanbe, urate W.wtxi 

If / ^^'"""'^^"?^^ Breton qui iigrihe cent villages. Jn ' UxmtXi, ceux lafont beureux , qui peuvtnt fervir leur pa- 
i\ a.vs tne counties are divided into Cantreds, as \n\trie dans cette qualiti. The common law allows the King 



gebrauc^t/ celui ou celle qui fe fert d^ un langage af- 

Cantharides, fuanifi^e jTicgcn/ cantharides. 
Cantide, cin bctligce lieby cantique. 

Canting, canting language, eine abfcnbedic^c obcrattgc' 

nonmtcuc fvriJite obcr iltt 5« rebcn/ langage affefie, narquois. 

Cannng- wheel, cirt fricgsjeug / bo^ own bem fcinb am 
t^or cittcr fcflung Dorrcirft/ herijfon. 

C-'natle of bread , m ecfigc^ ftUcE brobt/ chanteau de 
pain. 

To cintle our, in jlucPcn jcrrciiTen/ierfc^ncibctt/ jcrt^ei-- 

IcU/ demembrer , morcekr. 

Ckitling out, ^lit jcr^ucfuns/ ba^ jcrfc^neiben inirucfctt/ 

Vaflibn de devtenibrer. 

Canto, 'i^i iteb obct ber %t\<x\\<i> eine^ gcbic^te^z cbanfon, 

chant d'un poeme. 

Cinton, cantoon, d\\t lanbfc^rtfft obcr cofltep lit cincm 

lanbc/ cin ort bcr cnbGcncncnfc^nift/ canton. 

To canton, fic^ m cincm ort fe)le \i\t\\ife cantonner. 

To cantonizc, etnja^ in lanbfc^ajfren abt^eilcn/ divifo- 

en cantons. 

Cantoniz'd, in lanbfc^afften abget^eilet/ divife en can- 




?/.M??''5f"!l!!"?'"'^^ nentJtt; «?« divife les Provinces de\confidere le Roi fousdeux capacitis, Tune naturdle, & /' 

fin nc^ »ber gam uor \!k 
To cap^ifon, (cincm pferb) \>h bccfe ouflegen/ caparaf- 

Capi- 



UaUes en Lantreds , co7nme celles d'Angleterre en Hun- ^. autre politique. 

^r>/' t ~ ■ ' Caparifon, eine pfcrbc-bcdfc , fi; 

Canvas, fancwe , erne gattung mX^, grobe ungcblcidite ffieaen, caparaJTon 



To canvas a buiuiefs, ct«C fsc^e tPO^Untcrfuc^cny (tWC-' \foim 



9« 



CAP. 



CaparilToned, biirauf Me tcdc QCU^t i\\, capariffonne. 

Cape, ciu yorgcbirge an bent nicer,, '^^p- Cape of a 
cloak , &c. t)cr f rrt>5cn m cincm tnatttc!/ k. culct de mam can, 
lis^c. Spanish cape, ctiic ^ifiamidjc fappc/ ot>er eiii xciU 
mantel niit eiticr hpp(j cape a I Efpagnole , ou Wn numteau a 
cocluchon. 

Caper, ctiilnft'fvnmg ; cinc^per/ otter fee ^raubcr; Fapcnt/ 

%iXpX\,i I cflpr'tQle ■■, ciipre, annateur ; cape ou capre. Crols- 

capers,n)ibemtirtisc9l«cE6-'faUe, tvubfal, uijgcniacf) / traver- 
fesyvialhcurs. Caper-tree, citl frtpcm-bauni/ caprier. 
To caper, htft^fprmtge t^Ull/ caprloler. 

Capillary, j)a^ lang imb bunnc ntie cin ()Mrij!^ cv7/>/7- 

Capilot^de, fleitl 9cl)rtcfteg ^ti^UCf.captlotade. 

Capital, tia^ ijorne^mflc untcr ftitbtcu , of tern ober attbertt 
fcingcn/jum capttrtl obcr jur Ijaupt - facf)c gc^orig ; tcfctlii^, bc^ 

tObCS njcrtl)/ w/)//«/. A capital ship, ctU ^impt-'fc^tf / f/r/>///z- 
ne^unvnij]l'aiide I'lgnc. A capital city, citlC^aUptsf^abt/ ?/'/<?- 
tropolha'me. A capital lettcr,cin fl'i^Ctur-Oue^^abC/ lettreca- 
phale The capital of a pilUr, bfl^ capital atl cillcr fdulC/ <^.^tf- 
p'lteau dc colomne. 

Capitally, t)auptfac^lic&/ auflcibunblckiT/ fluf ba^'^oc^^ 

|le / capha/emetit. 

Capitation, \>({i fopff-flelb/ bic foplf-jtCUr/ capitation. Cn- 
pit^tion,capitation-ftuif, eiHSClig POn gam Ultb ttSOKc / /or/f? 
de tii'etaine. 

CSpite, e. g. a tenure in capite , eui abclic^C^ Ic'^n^gUt'^/ 
rocldiCi^bcn isUm |u fcinem uiimtttelbarcn ol)eir'l)erm ^i^t, 

un fiefnohle qui releve immediatctnent du Roi. 

CfipitoI,baiScapitolium5u5Xom; t)Q,^ Capital an ctttcc fifu* 

\t, le capitole ; chapiteau. 

Capitular, ^<r/;.ium capital gc^ori^/ capitulaire^ decha- 
pitre. 

To capitulate, capitulircrt/ ftc^ auf gcwiffe ucrglcic^^? 
pitucte bent fctnbc ubergcbcn/ Pertragg ^ punctc aufric^tctt/ 
ftcf> mit bcni fcinbc ipcgcit ubcrgebutig cine^ pla^ctJ pcrglci- 

C^en/ capituler. 

Capitulation, bic capitulirung/ ucrttagf;' ober Pgrglcic^^^ 
punctc mit beni fciiibC/ capitulation. 

* C&plc,ein pfei'b / cheval. 
Capon, cm capaurt/ chapun. 

To capon, pcrfd}ncibeu/ cincn ^a^n fappcit/ chapoKJier, 

chatrer. 

Caponned, gcfappct/ PCrfcl^nittCtt/ f i&/7/>o«»/, chStre. 
Cap6t,capotobccniari^fc^ tm piquet-'fpicl/ capot. 

To capot one, cincn capot niflCl}en//^/?v caput. 

Capouch, f. Capuch. 

X- Capper, cinmuBcn''nta(i^cr/ bonnctier. 

* Capping, e. g. a man fuU of capping & crouching, 

mtx , ber fid; fcl)t: fd;nitcgct unb buctct/ bci" dncm liberau^ 

fc{)mcic^Cit/ unhoimne fort humble, qui fait le cbicn cou- 
chayit. 

(..aprice, caprichio, cin fclijamcr einfrtll/ cigcnftnn/ eine 
fclftanie, n>unbcrlicf>e art/ caprice, houtadc, lubie. 

Capricious, fcltfiini / wunbcrlic^ , cigcnftnnig/ won ndrri-' 
fc^en/ felijanien cinfdUcti/ capricitux. 

Capriciously, tt)unberlic^/ cigcnfinnig^ auf eiitc fel^amc art 

Cbcr IDCifC/ capricieufement. 

Capricorn, bcr flcin-bocf/ le capricorne. 
Capriole,cill luft-fprutig/ capriole. 

■ Capftan, ciii aufjug , i\u tt)inbc in cincm fc^ifc/ ca- 

pujlan. 

Captain , cin fclb - {)etr / cin '^auptmann / capitaine. A 
fei-captain, bcv icl^iff^crr, bcr obcrilc in cincm fcfjiffc/ »» 



CAP. CAR. ^ 

capitaine de vaiffeau. A captain - lieutenaat , citt Mitt- 
{)auptmainu Icutenant / «» capitainc-Heutenant. Captain- 
ship, bic ^cHc einciS fclb4eci-n obec ^nuptmanne/ la char- 
ge de capitaine. 

Caption, cin pcrgcipiflfcrung^ -' brief / cin icugni^/ certi- 

fcat. ^ 

Captious, bctricglid)/ bctriegcrifc^ ; jancEfuc^tig, bcr Tiber 
bemgciiiigjlcti binge ciiien^andP obcr fircit aafdngt; bcr ta? 

belt, burc^iic^et/ captieux; querelleux., qui fe ckoque de la 
nioindre chofc ; critique. 
-Captiously, bctriigltc^cr IPCtfC/ captieufement. 

Captioufncfs, bie'bctricijcrct) ; cine b':trieglid)e/ jancffuc^tt; 
gcoberburd)5ie^cnbc art cinc^ mcnfd;cn/ tromperie; humeut 

quenllcufe, oupe7tchant it la critique. 

Tociiptivate, ettpatJ gcfatigen net^mcn/ cbcrmac^cn; w 
xmwun, ctuncl)nien/ fid; crroerben/ captiver. 
Captivated , gcfangcn geniad}t/ captive. 
captive, cin gefangencr/ ciit fclauc/ captif efclave. 
Captivity, bic gcfaiigenfd;aftf gcfdagni^/ bicnftbarfcit/ 

captivite. 

Captor , bcr cine beute mad)t/ cc/ui qui fait une capture. 

Capture, bfl(J t«"9C«/ citlC bCUtC/ cin taub/ capture, 
butin. 

Capuch, Ctncmoncl;^;fappC/ capucbon. 

Capuchins, bic Capuciiicr/ capuctns. . 

Car, f. Carr. 

Carabine, cincarabiticr/ 7>iousquetcnf carabine. 

Carack, cin gro$ iportugicftfcl^CCi f4»iff / ca-.-aque. 

Carac6i,ba^l)crunitunimlcnbcr rcutcrei) '\\\ cincm crciffe; 
einc roetibeUtrcppc/ caracal. 

Caranioiil, cin ^^urcHfd^e^ lafl-fd)iff, caramouffail. 
Carut, citt farat im tjolb'9cn>td>tC/ carat. 
Caravan, citt Ciirayaii/ obcr rtcfcUfd;aft'rcifenbcr faufleutc ; 
cine au^frtl)rtcinc6ncuc!i5}ialtl;cfifd;en Slitters* iviber bic fee- 

raubcr/ caravan. 

Caravel, cin f IwH gcfd^winbce/ runbc^ ^portugicftfc^c^ fc(>iff/ 

caravelle. 

Caraway, f Carway. 

Carl, cin ball obcr pacf tPCllC/ ballede laine. 

Carbine, f. Carabine. 

Carbonado, auf bcm rofl obcr foljlett gcbratenc^ f'cife^/ 

carbonnade. 

Carbonado'd , auf bCtt Bo^lcn QCbratCtt / grille fur les 
cbarbons. 

Carbuncle, bcr carfuncf cl'ftcin ; cin ^i^ig/ giftig carfuncfel-- 
gcfcf^rour/ cine pcfitlctiR -bculc/ cine giftigc blatter obcr gc- 

\i\)ViV\^li efcarboucle , charbon. 
Carcanct, f. Carknet. 

Carcafc, carcais , Hi gctipp obcr gcbcin«tiie^ tobtcncor^ 
pcriJ; cinlcib/tobterlcib/tobtc^flai^, fell; cine carcajTc/ car- 

cajj'e; corps, peau; carcajjc. 

Carccllage, bcr f crcf er4c{)n/ \><xi fitjc^gclb/ jr*''"/''?"^- 

Card, cine fartC/ fartcn-fpici/r^?»/^<i;cKtr.Trunip-card,ciu 
trnnipf)/«wt' />"/«>»/'• Sea-card, cincfcC-FavtC/ carte marJne. 
A card for wool, ctttC f rf lUpcl/ cardc h carder la laine. Cird- 

maker, cin fartcn-mad)er ; einct/ bcr iBollcn-'frempeln mac^t^ 

cartier ; cardier. 

To cird, nselle f rcnipeltt/ ^'^r^^t-r. 

Cardamum, carbamomlciit/ parabie^«forncr/^>«/w de 

paradis. 

C^ded, gc!rcmpcU/ carde. 

Cirder, cincr Obcr cinC/ fo roollC frcmpcU/ cardeur, car- 
diUfe. 

Gardes, bcr bobctisonmangolt/ artifc^otf/K- cardes. 

Cardi- 



f- CAR. 

. Ckidiml,S.dn<latbma\,unCardi»Ml.^ 
C^dinai, A. i>a'S, bct t)cnic{)m(le/ principal. 
Cdrdiiialship, Ut ^attxmbmx^t obcr ftelle/ cardinalat. 

Carding, ba^ frcmpelii i)er woUc ; iit. gutcn oDer fc^Ummcn 

tvtttn, fo cincr I)at/ / 'a^ion de carder ; cartes. 

Cardoon, cardoon-thiftle, (lro&eU)orft/ artij'c^ocf CH/ garten- 

^ijlcl/ cardon. 

Care, t>ic forgC/ forgfalt/ fici^,fom, foucL To take 
care, iufctjcii/ forgc^abcti, fi4ila)fcii atigelecjen fet)ti//e/- 
jr«fr. To take care of a thing, to take it into his care, 
fur ctwa^ fowcn/ forge tragcH/ c^ in a4)t ncljmcn, bcjfctt 

for^C auf flC^ ne^mctl/ p-endrefom d'tme chofc. Wine is 

care-inchanring, be^ Dcm ttjetti tjcr^ijl man flUce Icibe* 
Ultt UllttUtf)^ / ie vat charme les chagrins. To have a care, 
fidt) butCH/ uorfc^cn / iDobl in ac^tncbmcn/ ac^t^aben, /^vw- 
dre garde. Take you no care for that, befiimnicrt CUC^ 
nic^tbarum, fcpbbcerocgcnunbcfummert/ foract nic^t i)flr? 
fiSf/ ne vous rnettez pas en peine de ce!a. To take care for 
a thing, furctroaefcrgen, c^Dcrforgcn/ t>?(fcn roa^tncbmcn/ 
fourvoir a quelque chofe. I shall take care never to 
commit fuch a iault a^ain , x^ n>crt)e mic^ UOrfc|)Cn/ fiu- 
tett/ befleitigen/ t»at' ic^ berglcic^cn fct)ler m4)t mebr be^ 

fC^e / ^V tacherai de neplus rctomber dans cette faute. He 
takes care to ieam, what he should know, cr beinuhct fiC^ 
ta^ienigc ju Icrncn, \\><ni er btllicl) n>t)fen foil/ ileji foigneux d' 
apprendre ce q»'iidoitftrvqir. To call away care, fic^ frolic^/ 
Hl^tg mac^en/ fe rejouir. 

To c^re, forgcn/ fi(^ bcfummern/ /^ fouder. I don't 

care a pin (a ftraw, a rush) for't, ti^frage nt(^t*3 bamiic^/ 
ic^ befummere mtc^ ntc^t barunt/ je ne men foucie point. 

What care I ? real frag id) barnac^ ? qu'ejl ce que cela 
viimporte? I care not, how much he gets by it , cr Itiag 
tarangcreitincnTOaacr rotll/ \6) fragc nic^t^ bariiac^,^ ne 

fuis pas fache du profit qu'il y fait. I don't care if I ao 

along with you, e^ ucrfd^lagt niimic^W, fo tc^ mit cuc^ gc- 
t)e, idE>^abclutl mit euc^ JU geljeil/jW envie d'alter avec 
vous. 

Cared for, Dcrforgct/ Wfl^rgcnommcn, jc. //o«r o»/^ 

fgucie, 4ffc. 

To careen, ein fc^ttf auf btc fcj'tc o&er uber fic^ f cbrcn, ce ju 
bctTcrn,<r//;-i'»fr. * Tocareenawig.biefrifur ail dner parfi^ 

Cf C auff enimcn/ taper une perruque. 

Career, bcrlaujf/uolleuutf; bcr laufF'PlaS, remi'Pla^ ; eitt 

ftfcnjeg/Umfebnmg, ca-niere, detour. 

Careful, forgfaltig^ flcifng, bcfliffen; corfic^tig ; forgf^nt/ 

9tt\xmx\XtUtfoigneuXydiIigent ;circonfpefi i cha^riu. 

Carefully , fergfdltlg ; worfic^tig ; bcf unimcft , foigneufe- 

ment, diltgemment \ avec precaution ; avec chagrin. 

CareftUnefs, bieforgfalt , bcr jlcib' ; bic tJorfic^tigf ci't ; 
Jncb€f«mmcrni^, bcrfummcr,/o/«; circonrpemonx hud, 

peine. -"^ u ■> 

Carelesly, nac^ldf ig^ obenf>tn/ Itcbcrlic^. ne^ligemmem. 
Cirelelsnefe, btenac^lafigfeit, licbcrli(^e art, negli 

gence. ^ 

Carelefs,na(Jld§ig,unac6tfam,fic^cr; forglof , unbcfun^- 

mcrt, ruijig ; ItcberUc^/ negligent,nonchalant ; exempt defoin, 
tranquil/e; neglige. Carelefs in one's drefs, Ueberltcb iw 

fcincnfleibcrn/bernic^Wbarnac^fragt, role ergc^et, mgiige 

dans Jon ajujlement. -^ ' -^ £> 

Carefs, ba^ licbfofcn, fc^mcic^eltt, bic Itebfofung, carcfe. 
To carefs, emcitt Itcbfofcu/fc^mcic^cln/Cinen frcunblicfi em-- 

|>fangcn/ ibm »tCl licbc erracifcn/ cajoler, carejjer. 

Carefl'ed, frcunllji^ cmpfflngen/ jc carejse. 



CAR. 



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Girfax,cmcrcttft't»eg/cmccrcu$?3flflrc/cm raariJt iu t>p 
forb/ "b^ 4 roegc jufammen Eomraen/ carrefour. 

* Cargaifon, f Cargo. 

Cargo , bic labung cinc^ fc^iffc^ / fc^i|f4abung carguaifion/ 
Carmgfor, "ioA ti^X\^X^i% K. Va^m dejejoucier ^ i^c. 
f. To care. 

To carine, f To careen. 

Carion, etn aa^ ; ^cinraben-aafcmegcmeine xat^t, \,yxu, 

chsrogne; "carogne. 

^ Tocark&care, uoUet forgeo fcptt, fi(^ fe^r ^efuranicrii/ 

etre rotige dcfouci. 
Carkanet, f Carknet. 
Carkafs, \. Carcafs. 

^Carking care, groffc frcffent)e forgc ; grcffc utmi^c w\i 

f ummcrniV bC^ gci1UU^e^//o«c/ rongeant, devorant ; travail 
d'efprit. 

Carknet, cirkanet, tin ^oB^banb/ ^al^'gcfc^mctbe collier. 

t Carl, cirt baucr, cin grobcr, unf>ofac^<r liti, pay fan, 

rujlre. 

Carlkia, cbcrreurB/ <•?>•//«?. 

Carling, ein |la(f ^0li|- fo gcrabc Tiber \im fc§'ff4oben liegt, 

carlingue-, contrequille. 

Carmelite, ein Sarracliter'-munc&, c^trwf. Carmelitenuns, 
(lflrmclttcr?nonnca/<:'^'>w//Vfi-. 

A caininative remedy, dn lultibtreibenb arftneij?ntjttel/ ft 

roibcr bic roinbe t^kWiti un remede car*ninatif. 

A carminative, cine armtet) roiber bic roinbC/ .♦«> carmi- 
natif. 

* Carnage, clnblut-bab/blutocrgieffcn; IM roilb.'rec^t&ej-" 

{)UnbC Unb falcfen 0^\X\\)ZX jagt carnage ; curie. 

Carnal, flcifc^lic^/ UtPjilc^tig, rooUiiftig/ chameUfenfuel. 

Carnality, bie flcifc^li(^c Ui|l/ bcgicrbC/ ober rcollufi, bee 
•jUnetgHiig ju ben lii|len be^ ficifc^e^^/ convoitife chamelle, 

fenfualite. 

CimaUy, fleif^ltc&er Wcifc , »0Uiiflig, cbamellement. 
To have to do with a woman carnally, unjUC^t mit ciner 
frautreiben/ fiebefc^lafctl/ avoir un commerce chamel trvec 
unefemme. 

Carnation, ndgel-blumlcitt ; fleifc^ifarb, aetlUt catT.e \ car. 
nation. Carnkion-colour,fleifc^-'farb//»<:«r»^/, couleur in. 
carnate. 

Camaval, carnival, faft^nac^tr carnaval. 

t Carnel, ein flclncl fc^ijf, efpecede petit vaijjeau. 

*Camify'd, \>9.^ 5H flcifc^ Wcrbcn, convertien chah-x 

Carnivorous, 'a^^i %d\^ frifct, tlcifc^-be/licrig, carraffier. 

Carndlity, fleiid)td)te!^ m\ixi ; dn f!eifc^i4tc^ gcfcfiTOOT/ 
obcrgcfc^TOMlil, tofcs fIcif(^/f/7?»o/&/. 

Carob, cin gereic^te^ carobe. Carob , carob-beaa, 

@. 3o^anne^4rob/-v/7>o«^c. Xiarob-tree, cin baum ber 3o' 

l)anneg-brob trdgt/ carouge, coura^ier. 

Cirol, cin n>ci{)na(^t'hcb, roeibnad&t^-acfang, no'dl. 

To carol, V. A. lobcn/ j^rcifcHy m\X worteii ^oc$ \}ixm.i 

ftreic^cn/ louer, chanter. 

Carolina, Vxi lanbfcf^aft Carolina in 3fmerica. A Carolina 
hat, cin but/ ber allba gemad;t i% un Cerolin. 

Caroline, f. Carolina. 

Car«lus,einc5ran?oHfc§cmun^c, ^te jc^en pfennige gilt 

Carelus. 

Carot, dm gelbc ober rot^e rube, ca;ote^*A carot.ecn rotfi- 
f opff/ cin rot^^drict>tcr nxaxm, un roujtau. 
Ca/oufe, ein fc^mouf/ gcfduffe, flarcfe^ trincfen/ car- 

rouffe. 

To caroufe k, fc^maufett/ ta|»fcr fauffert, viel unb unmdpig 

trincf eil//«/r<' carrouj}. 

N Carp, 



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Carp, eltt fatp^e, carpe. 

^ To ckp at, itxna^ tabelit/ cannreii/ burd^lcc^cltt/ tttrd^-- 

ixtyxx, Cttua^ baran JU WeiteJTcni fillbcil / trouver a redircy 
cr'ttiquer, rcprendre. 

Carped at, gctabcit/ turc^ffCjegeu ^ H*. critique y ^c. f. 
To carp. 

Carpenter, ctlJ ttniinermatm / charpentier. Ship - car- 
peater, ctM fc^iff-ma^eT/ charpentier de navire. 

Carpcntcr*s-\vork, jil1in»cr-tt)crcE/ charpente. 

Carpentry, bag itmraeC^^anbtDercF/ charpenterie. 

Carper, ciii tablcr, bet cttva^ burd)i)ccl;clt/ burcftiie^ct/ 
<>ber ctwa^ baran ju pcrbcffejii fttibcn will/ cenfeur, cri- 
tique. 

. Carpet,, dn te^jpic^/ tapejerep/ //t^/V. Turkey-carpet, 
Citt tiircfi|lt)Cr Uppid)/ tapis de Turquie. ■* Carpet-knight, 
cirt ntcblid)ej'/ \^n\i^ix, njollufligcv fcrl un delicnt. Car- 
pet-way, ctn wcg mit ^irtiaitten tcppkOeti fccbcdet/ c-^fw/w 

</«- velours. The buimefs is upon tlae carpet, bie fi^^^c 

ifi a«f bem tapet/manrat^fd^lagct bacuki*/ f affaire ejlfur 

le tapis. 

Carping, bal tO&dtt/ ^W(^\k\>m, H, Valilm detrwvcr 
a redire. 

Cair, f'Carr. 

Carr-man, eitl fu^rnwnU/ ebarretier. 

Carrack, f. Carack. 

Carret, f. Carar. 

Carreer, f Career. 

Carriage, basJ tfaflert/fu^ren/ bic uterfa^rt/ fikrfu^rmig,- 
fikrbtingutjg ; erne fu^r, ba^ fafji-en; cin famti/ ciii engcr 
iBagen; btcfrad)t/ ba^ ful)i:44ur geberbe/ gcflalt be:^ ge- 
fic^tc^ anb letbe^ ; bte au|fuf)rung pber bo^ ycrl)rtUcii cinesJ 

\M,\\dyt^iPortyVviture ; chariage; voitureyfou7-gan; port, 
fa/aire de voiture ;. air , m/«f ; conduite. A bcafi: of car- 
riage, eitl lafl;t()ici' / une bete de voiture. A caTria^e for 
©rJnanctv Cttl fc^affi ait bcilt gcfc^uB, un affut d'artlllerie. 
The carriage of a coach, tf^i focberfie ober l)iiiterfie m ti' 
XMX fUifc^C/ te train d'un carroffe. The carriages of an 

army, &cr teife-'SciiS cbct fcagage einer armeo ^^ ^^'^'^^^ '^' 

*»e armee. 

Carried, f. Carry'd. 

Carrier, cift fu{>rmann/ Fdntcf/ fr<fgcr/ brfefitragcr/»«w/- 

tarier, porteiir, nieff'ager. * To fend a tiling by Tom 
Long thvc carrier, tit(i(xi burc^ Ctneo nfl(^ldf igett botcit fd)ti 
cJcn, Obo: C^ JU fixit fc^icfcit/ envoytr que/que ehofe par un 
liiejf'ager negligent , ou. tte I envojcr que fort tard. 

Carrion , fl Cation. 

Carrot, f. Carot. 

Carr<>ulel, ciu rttter-'fijiel/ cber termer {» pfcrbc/ em- 

roujf'el. I 

To carry, ctvsai tTOgctt/ fu^tCH/ bringoi/ fo?:r*r, mener. j 
To cany a thing from one place to another, clttJfl^ DOtl I 
«i»ein ort jmn Qtlbcrtl tragen / porter quelque chofe d'un j 
lieu n :tn autre, Ta carry a horfe into the liable, fin 
yfCCb \\\ betl ^aU fu^rctl/ ^nm^r »» cheval a I'ccurie. To 
carry in a cart, ett^a^ flUf cittem Kjagcn f;il)reH/ charier, 
voiturer. To carry it high, jtcf) i>icl ci.lbiibeU/ gro6tf)Un; 
fiC^ prflC^tig «uffuf)rcn/ /^ porter hautyf aire le grandytrafj- 
«her du grand. He canies it like a philofophcr, «r t()lrt 
rtld UJCtm a citi WeUnKifer wire / H tranche du philofo- 
phe. To carry it, ettud^ cv^altcii/ bat)»ii tragcif/ ben oor- 
tQtilpbe? bic O&er^ant Ijabeit/ remportery avoir I'avan- 
tage. To carry the caufe, Die fJC^C f.CWi'.Mtcn/ '^U zHXi 
ftatlb be'^nltcn , avoir gain de caufe. To carry the day, 

to carry the bcli, iitcfwitibcU/ bf« fieg ebct Hw vrci^ cc* 



. - CAR. 

I l^altCft/ Criaftgett/ vaincre y-remporter la viSJoire ., ou le 
prix. I carried four pins , & ripp'd ilx , icf) fiabe oict f CffCl 

vem jid/tmb fed;.s iiibcm jurijcrfd^lflgen 9inml)ti;'aifait qua- 

trequillesdever.u'e y ^Jix derabat. I'o carry it fair , fj(^ 

flcUeit, «B njcuii cincr eiti gutcr frcunb xtm, /aire beau 

femblam. To carry it fair with one , f:c^ m\)\ ol)cr f)Oflicf) 

gcgen cincn tjcr^alten / bcieugci?/ /^t'o/V //cj- egardspour quel- 

cun y le inenager. To carry it cunningly , (tit gebrauc^ctt. 
flfgl illig t)anbelrt / faire lefin , ufer de fjtnjfe. * He carries 
a mind worthy of praife, CC \)atm\ fcill Hilb eble^ gcmut^, 
ila Tame belle y ilalamegrande ., bi-.n placee. This car- 
ries a ftrong con'.itlion along with it , biefe^ i|i \xh.\'' 
tiggnugeittett JuiibcrjeUiJCIl/ ce'ci eji d'une force tout a fait 
coiivaincante. To carry ajeft too iar, cittctl fc|)erR \W JU 
rocit au^fu^rca i poujf'er trap loin la raillerie. A pillar that 
carries filfe, einefaulC/ bic ntd)t red)t ttrtgt/ uwc colomne 
qui ports a faux. To carry one's fclf well, fid; WO^l 'HiXi 
!)ftltCn/_ f)altert/ begC^eU/ Wy^ix^HW i fe comporter y en ufer 
commeilfaut. Learn how to carry your feif, \iXVAX bCC^/ 
ttlic '\%X eu4> Uer^altCU / aufful)ren follct/ apprenez. k vous con- 
noitre y avivre. He carries liimfelf like a fool, er fu^ret 

fid)tt)feeinnarc auf/ er icbctuiibt^utwieeinnarr/ ilparky 

ilagiteufou. To carry away, wcgtvagetl / wegfu^mi ; Utit 
fid) ncl>mctl / emportery enlcver; emmener. To carry back, 
iuriicf tvagcn Cber fuljrctl/ rapportery rameiier. To carry 
before, Dorl)Cr tragCTl / porter devant. To carry ail befo- 
re one, bctimeifieripiclcii/ fic^ allcs bemdcf;tigen, fllle^nad? 
fdticm wutifd) ol>itc cinigcii reibtriwnb erfjiiltcii/ /e rf?>v/;<; 

;Wfre </f tout. To carry over, {)tm'iberfva3en / \\Hx\l\\)> 
reil/ tranfpor'ter y faire travcrfer. To carry about, (to 

andfro,){)crura; obei'^inunb tuiebcr trngeu/ /^or/t?- f« s^ 

liy al'emour. 1 carry no money about me, id) itiigc feill 
gelb htX) mix i ,ie ne pone point d'' argent fur moi. To cairy 

forth, (out)^ttiaui$tJ*agc»/ ^crau^fu{)fcuebccbringcfi/ ti- 

rer y faire fortir de quelque endroit. To carry one's thoughts 
into the future , to futurity , fuf Hi f llnftigc fcrgcil / fonger 
al'avenir. To carry in, l)incilttrrtgcn Cbcr fu'^rcil/ por- 
ter y mettre dedans, faire entrer. To carry down, i^er- 

imtcrpbcr'^iituntcr tragen / ober hximcnfmemr, faire de- 

fcendre. To carry up , I)inaufrragen eber fu()ren / porter en 
haul y faire menter. To carry out an opinion , ei!?e lUCt); 
nmOilit^mX'Un, fouteniruneopinioit. I'o carry on, rttl- 

fu{)vctt/ antrcibcii/ forttreiben / freibctf/ aucfilbrcii/ before 

berU/ pouffer y conduire y avanccr. To carry on a liege 

vigorously , einc bclagcnutg fe()i* tapffcr fortfcijcn / poujfer 

vigaureufement unfiege. To carry off, wef^fruieif / cbfii^s 
rcil ; eilien Xii^iiW importer ydiff per-, tucr.^ To carry off the 
ferous matter by urine , bfliJ ferum, obcr bic niPldPirf}tC mate* 
tieburc^bcnurin (lbf!il)rci1 / wtidtr Us ferofitez par fes uri- 
nes. * To carty offthe ring once, or twice, (at running at 
the ring,) cin obcr jt»ci; ttcffen ^abcn ini ring - rennen / avoir 

u», ou deux dedans y encourant tabague. To carry a thing 

thxough-ititch , (thorough,) etwaiJjuciiiemcrttJib fOrertcii< 
be bringcit/ ju feincm jwccf gelaiigcu, venir a bout d'une 

chofe. To carry a good_ humour thro'ut, alljcit einen gu^ 

Un nnif{) bcbalren / obcrgutc^ mut^cei fepn / etre todjoursde 

bonne humsur. Where's the 'money that muft carry one 

through? iret ifl ^<xi gelb / banjitiuan bie facf;c nui'fufjreii 

fan? outfil'-argiittqu'ihmfautpour ccla^ 

Carry 'd, gctr.'gcn, gcf«t)rct/ K. portey meniy &c. f. 
To carry. The bulintik was carry 'd beyond a conten- 
tionin words, ik fic^c blicb ntdjt bet) eiiicnt blojTcn wort? 

{Ircit/ I affaire uefe terinina pas aunejimple difpute de pa- 
roles, k was carried atlall:, that , man tjflt jUlcRt'be- 



CAR 

^f n.'rt . f .if , an ,'':^,;kra f.v.fn (/' asarJ^ fUf. He is too 
V ..-rineiides. eri^fe 

. I nicf>t tttrC tlxnt^' 

fomrfe taijfer al- 
jil one's atTcctioa 



CAR. CA5. 






/.- 
-ir. 

jr : . ■ • . . 

jfueiqtte dejjVtu. 

Cirr>ing,&(rfftig«l,f5^/K./*'»'5Sr«w de ferter de me- 
utTyi^c. f. To cany. 

Gait , on f oni , etn vafm/ cbarits, cbarrette. P. To 
&c the cart bdtare the horfes, ^u i^etde ^XUt i>f8 magen 
^KnUKS / mettrel* c'esrrns devaat its intufs. A coTor'd 

cart, da fUtner ^^bt/^tx nMi«<m rait iwt? r^«rn , ime ca- 
riaJe. Carr-taker , f. Caitaker. Doi^-cair , do niijl* 
lMg(0 ' tmniereaa. Lart-rac, due Wl%tXl - 9ldfe / firaitre. 
Ciit-ioad, cart-t'uii, da nM^OI JWB/ tbarretee, Cmx- 
^cd,i{n^i^n'XO^,roMedecbarrttte. Caitwri|hc, (dt 
Wi^tt, cbenw. Cait-hoile^ dO iUg^^i)/ tolPPfCr^/ ^f- 
vmldicbarretti. 

To cirt one, citun ^intcB an cw«i wagen feiidat/ tmmcbcr 

queUTmausecbdtrretti. 

Cirtage, |". Cartouch. 

Carcaker, em roagctwnet^cr, vague-mejire, 

CirteJ, an ctaca wagen gctanl^cnf auacbi i ime c6ar- 
rette. 

Carrel, «n toxtdt dn ffWe-bncf, dn oii^f»rt>mi!t3Ji 
irteff-, dne cc^Qung itoifc^oi ii9e9<n fdi^lu^ ^art^c^ai/ 

cartel. 

Ciiter, tin fu^mnoiraf forna^ cbarretier. 

Cartdian, dn gortefiaocr/ cbct nod^fclgor &«^ Cartefir 
Csrte/sen. TheCartelianphiloibphy, jjei Carreiii p^tlffo^ 
f^it, la pbiicfofkte (.artejitmne. 

I arthuilan, eiiT T : ' : 'fl, cbtrtreux. 

Cartilage,? n r - 

Cartilagmeous, x:'x.i,.\ .1 i - - ' 'Ua^ueax. 

Cartouch, cartridge, cart<;ole, cartage, loif^ in it pubtr^ 
tdchn eitVn tint bfe? on jquUte fa<i^ tic man m wy g^e ^ 

dn tbut. cartoucbe. 

t. . ; coaf num ctiMJ fd^m^ , c«r- 

L . ixt-wxighti antor Cart. 

To carve meat, cff<l| Ci<r ^d|'d^ 6Crf<6ndl)«I , ^fennfrr 
^ vimde. To carve an image , dn bil& fc&niRra OOor 
^aucn , <iz^lery tallUr ime imaqe. To Cirve, in erg dn^TiL; 
^•' ' " ' * ' - xvn-. To carve out one's 

-itnt J'ej'atisfajre. To 

^^■■•\^-- -> liii ciscn giud em<^kn, atu^ 

n«d^ KtnoK ; B , cb6lJirCapr»fre fortune , *»»/> 

taut mi - ^ * X -' 

Car 

Carvel, f Caravel. 

€Jr\ er, cm wtfi^dbtr 5 dn fu*ffer-'#«M , b»lb ,- ji^i^oT/ 

ecujer-^rencbant ; grtnaifj chuUitr. A carver in wood 

or itone, anbUd^ascr, be? in ^ cba ^dn atbdtct, •» 

^culptfur, 

Can,er'*-vrork,btl&^^li,tt.«rt,jgjaj^ «*dt,yl-«A/»- 
re^ouomnragectxele^mtgrgoe. 

Carunde, 5. Heine ^r4f3l un fd^,c«r««»nr/r. 



fer^ed^/ X. fcuJftmre, rmfnim de et&ftr , ^f. 
carve. 
^ Carway, »eii^ o^cr fei^^faraatd , «rw. Canny - feed^ 

Caibkde, dxi nwjTcr-fiU/ cajcade. 

Cafcmiia, n^fTAcUe/ fcie rini>e OM dnew 3iiiMiit((^ Im^ 

i roe' cajcarille. 

I Caie, dn&iti9,f«l^, ^ot, fU/ ^ffge; dn SBf<K r etne k-- 
Sebcn^/ gel£gea^ ; ein caEus^'m kr gnmnatica; d<r 
luflimd ; dn ftttter eOottf &«rdn i« ftetto , dn t^wft, 

cb0fetfMa, matiere, cmSffajet , tcca/km , rencmtre j riii, 

' tn temus degramtmaire ; gtat , cvmRti^m ; •» itmi. There's 

i no dishoncelty in the cafe, mM |at ftc| &«rlei» lurM 

ktntgs iSlefun^ten/ Unj a fnm de fripnmerte. A 

cale in law, dneredbfcMa<|Mf, dn K«||«4ailiM. msem^icrc 

dear tit, mm fr aces. A <afe oi' conlcience, dn gcvtfo^ 

I fafl/ doe gcQNlipniHvagt , an au de camfdemce. As m the 

{ caTeof fweari^, ai , Mj ^Ufd^nom MtMsn^t/ «ww# 

; <£.»« a qui regarde Jes fermemts. Good caie, bet g«te 

i et>et g<ti>n^ IdM^^cni^ / eatbcap^mt. To heinagood 

' cale, crdnansntmioianbe ^, ^ mil kfnkn, ids 
gtue^on^fvannat \Am, zni^ fatn, hre ifm mfe, avmr 
Us fieds cbmds. I think it avcryhard cafe, nUT foonar 
e< sor nnitaid^ wr, nif Jxa^, ei t# dne fc^ Hnbtiufe 
•bcr dne dcok t«d^/ ^<rVk nr ym^/« ^/^ nde. hs the 
cale ftands , vie oJ (fifl te^ / wit «« fac^ i.^» fccfihaljea 
i%, dctns lujituation cupntUsajfdires. Tis aU a cafe, 
ti if. oBed ond ^ r ^ A>»r «a. Were you in my cafe, 
ajcntt i^'oa radnar ^tUe »arct , fi v^as hie^ imsfUct. 

Hac-cale, oa. ^at' fatter / m Hai de cbapeaa. Cafe of 
knives, dneiivge i<|dk MOet BfefeT/ itmi » caattaax, 
c out £ Iter i.^ Comb-cafe , dn tman=itma me etai i peigae, 
une trcjjp. A cale for a bed-poll, etn ukriBii W eUK 
bdtH'aule^ fQxrreaa de citlomme di Rt. Cale-rfiot, alt 
dfea-aKI)^/ mkrmiUes. A cafe for a bed or chair, dne 
UWbidt, ei^etae beefe filr tincn wfd/ *iw^ de /k,va 



r ; cu«e9ta6<n/ge#c<§en, 



dc . r.///^. A rabbet in his cafe, da CtnUHC^en OKt ^OMi 
re ' u D - B aaUtfia emfv'tl. Wicch-cafe, cine Mfe/ 
: :l ia dnem fKr^^cleta / etn ue^mife / «»r bitite 

^ A cafe ol bottles, dn f il{(l^cM«tter/ mmectzve. 

L . . u . : jx pens in j pocket-inkhom , eta WaCKA {BBr ft? 
C c; 11 ; r. ;. ;cia dfntcn^ / Ucsjjide recrltohre. A letter- 
caie , em ^ttCC {a ben kieftn, am pwrte-Uttre. A lettex- 

caie. ma t«rKiaghoufe, dn f(l^titt^&i(iea in dner tn«fc* 

re©/ *»tf <-'^* d' tmprimtrie. 

Tocaie,etaKriindn^tt«r.fcWB(etkrt«dttt>«f«^aB^ 
eaicnfallte^ea,ctwtf«l«9cwtMraa«ftt(n/ mtnredaasam 

etaiifapptfer ame cbtfe. 

Tocafeharden, K^ dne$8tie|litniii§elot, Mll^bta/ 
ao^Oden/ damagramc/ortetreaifg, endmrcir an pnm« & 
an figure. 

Cafemate, dotcafemate stxt nact'^fdler oat jiadd cui(< 
MnenB ; eia R^aiiM^ ia ctner atoaer ; Itc |^ daer fanle/ 

cajemase \ »erbmame ; /Vc /e drmse. 

Ufeo)en^dafdii(r,gMi9ai«fkrdail£$dan dnen: fea-- 
jhr; ba«etfaaeM<^geaic« fraperf / fimhre, ferrure d' 

aaefemetre. 

Cash, ein sett ^fcfea,fl#fdo; etne cofjc, ^ gd^/ ^btt 

httKt9tih,ea0tte;argemt. 

fishier, cash-keeper, da caterer dnci eaaffflwnjr 

catjfter. 
To cashier, &c flTocashire, &c 
To cashire, dnen oMonden^ frc^Ufnv ^^i^. 
Cflshited,a(i(d«tKtt, r^. 

Na Ctski- 



l*fi 



CAS. 



Cashiring, bfl^ flbt»ancfen/ tic abbancfuns/ ca^itm$, I'a- 

Mton de cajJ'eVy cajfe. 

Cashoo , bie terra Japonica» ©bcr tie tt!Dl)lnc«^cnbctt 

■nufcerdulae, fo baooti 9cmac(;t/ «nb cachu genatmt ttJertcH/, 

Hichou. 

Cafings, gctrccFurtcr fu^-miil ju t)erbrcn«c«/ bouftideva- 

ihefeche pour bruler. 
Cask, einft^f vcine fiutm^auk/ tonmau ; f<?j^»f. 
, Casket, fin ffl^lciH/ /)f//Vf cajjette. 
Casique, S. fiunit-'IflUbC/ «» casque. 

To cSfs, ctttjfl^ caHJrett/ auf^ebctt/ ntfc^affert/ *•<#•>•. 

Caffia, ca§ictt-vtnbC/ cafieit-vo^r/ c/T^t-. 

.Caflbck, ciit yrjcjler-'rocf / /o«r/7Ke. 

* A short cafTock, elne art eineiJ roaittfc^/ «» J«/)o«. 

Caft, cirt rourff/iff, r(?«/>. A ftoncs-caft, m\ fteiii-'wurff/ 

««j«^ de pierre. A meafuring-caft , citl WOrff JU mejieil/ 
.«M fo«/> rt mefurer. 'Tis a mealliriiig - caft , e^ t|i eillC 

itpeiffcl^afftijie/ uitgctDiffC/ fJrcitige facfcc/ man jic^ct »iel ba* 

fur ,un& tJarait'Cr an, U cfi douteuxy H y a du pour of du 
■contre. A cafl of the eye, citl ailblicf/ eeillade. To have 
a caft with one's eye, fd^iclcit/ etre louche. A caft of 
hawks, cine partner) falcfcn/ nn vol d'oifeaux dc faucovine- 
rie. A caft of a faiall Roman, cin gu^ flciucr JRomifc^cr 
bu^frabcrt/ unefonte de petit Roma'm, To be at the iaft 
caft, in tcr dujfcrftcn nOtt) fiecEcn/ etre reduit a rextremhi. 
They are men of your caft, fjc fint> gcartct n)ic i()r/ <r<^/o«/ 
W(?j gens de vdtre trempe. 

■* He gave us a call of his office, cr ^ai Un^ cin |iucf 

ton fcincr funft/ c&er Don fclncr arbctt fcf)en laiTcn,// nms 

^onna un plat de fon metier, ou de fa /a^on. 

Caft, gcmorffcn/ bcr fcmtc(i)U-(ad)i\)(tltijtm/Jette, (ifc. 

f. To caft. Caft aw^y , i)cr fc^ijfttruc^ QdUUth qui a fait 
■Haufrage. 

Caft-away, S. bic dbmciTuns/ Jicrfagung/ a\)^^\a%m mu 
wort; etn Dcrworfener/ oerlalfcner/ wcrbamtutcr/ k rebut; 

un reprOuve, perdu y abandonne. 

Caft-off, bic aBrocifMKff/ Dcrftigun.^/ rebut. 
To caft, iXx6<xi TOcrffcit/ ft^mciffcn; cfiDa^ ttJicbcr tjon 
ficl) gelJCrt/ fic^ (jrccbctn framm recrbcn/ fid^ biegcn />««-; 

rendre, vomir ; yi- dejetter. * To caft a mift before one's 

eyes, tmnywna ^ai \\d)t fuf)rcn/ burc^ falf(^cn ^cin 

»crtut)rcn / jctter de la pomlre aux yeux de quelqu'un. 
To caft a dart, citicn pfcil {<i:)k^tni lancer UJt dard. To 
caft- a luftre, cincn fllanlj getCtt/ ^/off»rr </« lujlre. To 
caft a bell , cinc glocfc gieffen ; jetter une cloche. To calt 
(caft up) a fum wkh counterj;, einc fttmmc mit ja^U^jfcil^ 

. vx^iix jufammen rcc^ncu / cttna^ mit rcc^cn-pfenntgcn aue-- 

tcd[)nctl / jettei' une fsnime avec desjettojts. To caft an 

account, ctwa^ fliiflrcc^ncn/ einc rccj^nung aaffcBctt/ f ai- 
re, dreJJ'er un covte. To caft a patient's water, bctt tirin 
Cinc3 frailcFctl bcfc^Ctt/^ regarder, examiner I'^urine d'un 
malade. To caft an aftroiogical figure , Ctn ajlrologifcf^C^ 
Ichcma fc^cn / fetter la figure. To caft one's nativity, 
itmanbce natitJitdt llcflcn, ./rt/>-^ (o» dreffer') lanativitede 
quelcun. To caft an ill fmeli, cfncn fiblctT gcruc^ »on fit^ 
fCbcn r exhaler une odeur puante. To caft a heat, einc 
^^C gcbCH/ donner de la chaleur. To caft in one's jnind, 

(with one's feif,) bclaicfcH/ ubcrtcgctt/ bctracf^tcn, fic^ a«f 
iXxsi<3.i bcjlnnctt/ nad)finncn, nflcf)bcncfen/ fonger, mi-diter, 

rvulev dans fon efprit. The court wiil caft'yoa, ba^ gc^ 

ric^tctrirt cnc^Dcrnrtf>cilcn, il)v»cr&ct care fait>c ucrlic-- 

rnt/ lit ceur vous condamnera. To caft one^ adverfary 

at the bar, {etnc facpc/ «bcr fctncn rcd}te-hanbel gcroiiincn/ 
gngner fon procez. To caft his coat (skin) every year, ( 



CAS. 

fcinel^atit obcr fed rtllc ja^re ablcgett/ muer iepem toutei 

les afjnees. To caft a block in one's way , cinCH in Ct- 
Wai t)inbcrn/ traverfer le dejfein de quelquun. He be- 
gins to caft his teeth , fcinc 5fll)nc fflugen an au^jnfoHcn/ 

les dents commencent a lui tomber. To caft her young, 

nii^geba^rctt/ avorter. To cart away, jwcgnjcrffcn/ fabrcti 

Xa^iW, jetter, abandonncr. To caft one's fcli' away, fic^ 
in^ UCrbcrben bringcn/ /e/fr^rf. To caft away care, 

W forgcn au^ bcni l^crficn banncn / fie ucrtrciben / bannir 

les foucis. f. Caft-away. To caft one behind, cincni UOr' 
fonmiClt, i()m ^bcrlcgcn iiXfn, devancer quchun. I To 

caft off To caft forth , ciiicn bampft/ bHufl cber gcru^ 

UOn ftcO QCUtlf exhaler. To caii forth beams, (Ira^lctt 
Wcrjtcn/ rayonner. To caft ab_>.:t, uniJVcrffcn / um fi(^ 

^crum rocrffeu ; bctrac^tcn/ bcbencfcn, ubcrkgcn/ nacJjben^ 

cFcn/ jetter de tous cStez-, conjidcrer , fonger. To caft 
againft , uorrocrfcn ,• COrrucfcn^ reprocher. To caft head- 
long , ^crab ober l)erunter |luri?en , predpiter. To caft 
off", flbttjcrffcn/ tjcrnjcrffcrt/ DcrlafTcn; \>k \dU\\{\n einer 

brudPcrCt) ) JC^len / depouHkr, rejetter, quitter ; conter les 
lignes. To caft off his leathers , bie fcbcm ablcgCH/ ftc^ 

nfaufcn/ 7nuer. A fnake kafts hex skin, cine fcl?lange Icgt 

tl)rc f)aut ob/ le ferpent mue. To caft oft" the hounds, 
bic ^Unbe ( m jagcn ) loo laffcnV lacker les chiens. To 

caft in one's dish, (teeth,) cincm cttua^ Dorrccrftcn/ vors 

rucfcn / objefler, reprocher. Let us caft in another iii- 

ftancc, lajfet nn^ cin aiiber c;:cntpcl onjiclxn / anfi5f)rcn/ al- 

leguons un autre excmple. To caft a thing into form, 
CtWa^ XW cine form bringcn , donner la forme a quelque 
chcfe. To caft into a sleep, cinfc^ldfcm, cincui bcn fd^laf 
UCrurfac^cn/ endormir, faire dorniir. This will caft you 

into a fever, Vx^ njirb i()m cin ficbcr vcrurfac^cn/ ced vous 

donnera la fievre. To caft up, cinc rcc^nttrtg mac^Clf/ 

aue^rccl)ncn / lufammcn rcc^ncn; fic^ brcc^cn/ cma^ rcicbcr 

fOn fid) gcbcn/ fupputer; vomir. Marshes caft up noi- 

fomc vapours , bic mordflc gcbcn fcfxfblic^c bun^e »on 

fiC^/ les marais exhalcnt des vapeurs vialignes. To 

caft up a bank, iwxtxk bamtti aufit)er|fcit / mac^en, faire 
une chauffee. To caft up one's eyes , feinc dugcn auf^C* 
bCtt/ lever les yeux. To caft up the caftings, f. Ca- 
lling. To caft a mift upon, ucrbuncfcln/ ?«w. To 
caft a fcorn upon a thing, etwa^ in Dcrflcbtuiig bringcrt/ 
CS »crac^tCrt/»crdd)tli^ bacon rcbcn, miprifcr une ehofe^ 
en parler avec mepris. He has caft himfclf upon me 

for ailiftance , cr \)<xi m&) nm bc^fianb angcfprot^cn / H 

s'efl adih-ejfe a nioi pour Pafpfier. To caft the fault 
upou an other, \)\t fc^Ulb auf cincn anbcrn Icgcn, rejetter 
la fnutefur un autre. To caft down one's eyes, biC fltt* 
gen nicbcrfdjlagcn/ baijflr lei yeux. To caft one down, 
cincm bat mutl) ncbmoi / crncupcnagtmac^cu, deeoura-_ 

^er quelcun. To caft down, bctriigcn , bcmuth'gcn/ affli- 
ger, huinilier. To caft out, aU^rccrffcn, OU^trcibCtt / }>''- 
tcr dehors, chaffer. 

ciftanets, c'aftanicftcn eber Flaiipcr-lboI^Icitt/ womit bi( 
?Oioi)rcn nnb ©panicr ju tanfcn pfJegcn/ cafiagnettes. 
Caftcilain, cin burg^OOgt/ chitelain. 
( aftcliany, 5*. burg-WOgfCt), une chatelenie. 
Ciftcril, f. Caftrcl obcr KcftreL 
Tocaftigatc, einctt jii^tigcn/ ftrafcrt/ ch&tier. 

Caftigrifld, ccjUCf)tiget/ gcftrafft/ chatie. 
Caftigation, bic5iid>tigung/f-«'rt//OT<'»^. ^ ^_ 

Caftigarory, wae |ttm ftrafcn bicnct/ qui fert a cbatier. 
Cafttnettocs, f. Caftancts. 

CaiUng, m acrffen, jc.ci« yurgicrcnb armtcij-fiiglcm 

fur 



CAS. CAT. 

fur ftlten faMett, rafiion dejetter^ i^c. f. To cafti cure. 
Ciftino-houfe, ein fcf)mdt?4c»U^ Ci>«r ^6^m\%'-mv.t fondi- 
rie. "Cafting-voice , tic fiimmC/ fo \>\t ctfT^anb tc^dlt/ 
la voix qui rem forte. 

* A carting ner, eJn fcncf^^tnC/ un epervier. 

CafUe, ein fd)lc§, cine tjc^una, chateau. 

To caftle, f'. N. (a term ufed at chefs) im fcfjad^-fpiel/ 

ten roggen/ ofcet &en ckptjanten »or ten Soms ilet>«n/ »"*- 

Caftleward, cine burcp^DOgtet)/ chateUnle. 

CatUing, cine unjcitigc gcbnrt/ «« avorton. 

Caltorrcin 6iber/ cajlor. A ciilor, caftor-hat, fin ca« 
(ior-l)Ut/ btbcrl?drrtcr {)irt/ capor. 

To ciftrate, cfltirifcn, »crfc^neibetl / cbatrer. 

Caibated, yCffc^nittCfty chitre. 

Caftration, S. 6a^eerfd)nd&cn/ I'aSllon de ckatrer. 

Caftrel, f. Coftrel. Caibel» (keftrel,) ctn aaqnen^We- 
%n, ift mt oxi ici falcfen^ , necerelle. 

CaJfual, jufdUtg / ungcfaf)r/ cafuel. A cafual word, cilt 
nomen fo man dcciinirct/ «» »oro a decliner. 

Cafually, lufdUigcr njcifc/ ungefatyr, cufuellemeht. 

Caiualt)', ein iufall/ cin ttm>erf)efrter fall/ einciufdlltge 

fcC9Cbenf)Cit' anidcnty cas foituit. 
Calule, chailible, cin niC§gcnjarttiy cine Cafcf/ cbafuble. 

Cafaift, bcr ubcr tie gctriifen^-fragcti U'efct ct>cr (i^reibct/ 

Cat, cine fuse, em Fabcr, r-S///, r^a/^. A tame car, cfne 
^aUSif ai'Cy f^'tf/ dome ftr que. * A cat in pan, dw ubcrlduffcr/ 
cin aujgeriiTcner folijat/ un transfuge. * To turn cat in 
pan, ton cincr part^e? iu cinct antem abfallcrt/ fein rocrt 
nic^t l>alten/ toui-r.er cafaque. P. When candels are 
out, allcats are grey, bcp m(i)t finfc aUt fJBcn grau, fll- 
le W!)C I'c^Warg/ //^»j Az nult tous cbatsfont grls. Cat 
to her land, glcic^ unb glcic^ gcfclU flC^ gern; chaque cbofe 
cberche fon femblahle. Pole -cat, ein marbCT/ foiine. 
Gib-car, cin Ic^VC, un chat. Civet-cat, eine jibctfo^C/ ci- 
vette. Miisk-cas, tin mat^cv , martre. Cat's-mirtr, fa- 
|ennc4?t/ ein Ivant, ^ouliot fauvage. Car-fish, cine mecr- 
f«^C/ chat marin. Cat-a-mountain, cine 9XX cincr reilbcn 
fo^C/ chat- ford. Cats-tail, f. Catkins. 

Catacombs , S. Hnterirbifi^c gdngc ju bcgrabmig bcr 

tCbtCH/ catacombes. 

Catalogue, cin tesiftcr, wneic^ni^ ber }>crfone«/ cata- 

hgue. 

CItrals, f. Chattels. 

Catamite, eift fiwbC/ mitwcld^cmuniucfitflctricbenairb, 

tardacbe. 

Cat-a-mountain, f. Cat. 

Caraplafm, cin !r4uter'Pfla|ier/ catap/afme. 

Cataraa, tcr jiaar iai augc ; tin tcaiTcr-folly catarane. C 
0U(^ Portcullis. 

Catarrh, eui jlug; ^auptf u^ / ^uftcn/ catane. 

Catiftrophe, cine gtfc^atnbe obcc traurige perinbcrun^, 

catajiropbe. The canftrophe of a tragedy, bje (JUfloflUK? 

tUt owgang cmc^ ttaucr-'fdjaufpieU , /a denoimenl dune 

tfagedte. 

Cat-caU, circali, cin locf^tiegcl, hii^^ici^e , appeau. 

Catch, ba£ fangcn, cin fang, nic beutc, bcr raub ; tint 
«rf cine^icftirrc^, alfo gcnotrnt ; cinefu^e mir jrocw, trcn 

»bcr mc{>t rniirmctl, capture, prife- quakhe; forte de 
cbar.fon A catch for a hawk, bae KDerf^^id fiJreinen fuU 
tfen, We d oijeau deproye. The catch of a latch, 

bar ^acf ea lur \<x\Xt on eintr t^Or, cr&mpm de hquit. To 



CAT. loi 

be (lie) upon the carch, fluf etnctt taurctt, cber ouf feme 
njorte gjenaue acfitnng geben, ob man tixt'o.^ taran ju tabclii 

finbe / etre au.x aguets. * To live upon the catch, fic^ 

burc^ ft^maro^en / obcr a\x6) bur* bcute-mac^cn ctbalten/ 

vivre de ce qWonpeut ecornijler., vh^-e de picoree. Catch- 
bit, ein fcftmarOScr / ecornifleur. * Catch - fart, eirt fflrfi- 

fdngcr, (tit cin fc^tmpfflid^cr juna^tuc/ ben man ben pagen 
Obcr laqucrtcn gtcbt/) un attrape-pet. Catch-pole, em l)d^ 
fc^er^ \)\xttt\, fergeirt. '<*** 

♦ A catch, ein finbcr-fpicl/ ba man einc fugd fdngt/ bil- 

bequety jeu d' enfant. 

Catch- word, in ttt brtuferep bcr cuftos cinc^ h\0Xi, re- 
clame. 

To circh, cttra* fangcrt/ nc!)men ; ctrea^ crgrctffen/ mit 
geaalt nefjmcn ; cinen cin{)olen/ erf)afrf;en ; cinen ertap; 
pen/ unpcrfc^cn^ ubcrrumpeln/ fibcrfallctt/ crn?ifc{)cn, />r^- 

dre; ravir; attrape^; atteifidre ; furprer.dre. To catch 
a fall, fallen / tombtr. To catch coid , {vS) erfdlten, s'eji- 
rumer. To catch a diftemper , in cinc francf^cit fallen, 
einc francf^cit con ctreo^ an \itn \)<M bcfcmmcn/ tsmiei- 
malade , prendre une maladie. To catch one's death, 
il)m fclbft ben tob pcrurfac^cn / i'atttrer la mort. To 
catch fire, fief) cnfjUnbcri/ anbrcnnen/ s'allumer. To catch 
at a thing, nacf> ctwo^ grciffen/ flftnappcn; ttxoQ,^ ^tn, 

barnac(> ftrcben/ porter les malm [ur quelque cbofe a def~ 
fein de s'en faijftr ; recbercher quelque cbofe. I shall wri- 
te nothing that he can catch at, ic^ roccbc nic^t^ fc^reibctt/ 
iroriibcr er in itrcitcn nnla§ babcn roirb / je n'ecrirai rien, 
qui lui donne prife. To carch a tartar , f. Tartar. To 
catch up, auffangcn/ p7-endre , fujtr. To catch one in a 
lie , eincn in cincr lugen Cttappen / trouver queUun men- 
teur. 

Carched, gcfangctt/ gcnommen/ ertappct/ it. frts,faij^, 

attrapcy &*<r. 

Carcher, bcr ^a fdngt/ nfmmt/ K. qui prend, &c. 

Catching, ^ai fangcrt/ ne^raCH/ K- I'afiion d'attraper, 
&c. f To carch. 

Carching, anftccFcnb/ contagieux. 

Catechetical, jura catccfiffnio acbortg^ de eatecbifme. 

To catechile, ct'ncn <x\\i fccm fatcc^tfmofrogen,itncf>ritl5 
lichen glaubcn untcrreeifen ; i|)n rcegcn feinc^ »crt?aiten« 
cjraminircn/ catccbifer. 

Catechiied, im c^rtftlic^cit fllaubcn uatcrrichtct/ ic. cate- 

cbife. 

Cathechifing, \)0A fr«gen aa^ bem fOfCC^ifraO/JC. Vaftion 
de catecbifer. 

Carechilm, bcr catC(fiifmui ; bi'e finbcrdcl^rC/ eate- 
cbifme. 

Carechift, Ut, \iit finbcr tm d^rifflic^en glatiben untcr- 

ricptCt, catecbijie. 

Carechmical, jum catcc^ifnio obcr jur finber-lc^re fft- 

l)erig/ de eatecbifme. 

Carechumen, ber in bem f atccfiifmc, cber iw bcm gninbe 
bc^ c^rinlicftcti glauben^ untcrric^tct mirb/ catechumens. 
Categorical, carcgtrifd^/ bcatli(^/ au^brucflich, ra/^^or/- 

que, formel, pcfitiv. 

Caregoricdly, eotcgorifc^cr jrcifcy o^nc bebingung/ ftf/f- 

gmiquemettt. 

Category, einc cacegoria, etn praedicament, cinc rci^C/ 
Otboung/ categorie, ordre. 

. Cater, tin quaruor, obcr in'cr tm farten- obcr reurifcU 

fpicl/ un quatre, {au jeu de cartes ou de dez.) 

To carer, cinen porrjtf) an jpcifen sber lcb«tt^ - mitteUt 
ocrf«^a(fcn cber einfauffcn , /^/jv laprwifion. 

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Cker-coufin, citt f($nmrc^cr; tin fvcunt)/ m parajite\ 
ami. 
Caterer, citt (lu^gebcf, obcf bcc %k fpeifctt Jjcrfc^ajfet/ o^ 

tcr cintdlX^Ct/ pourtwyeu?;cc/ui ^ui fait la frov'tjion. 

Caterpillar, einc raupe ; etn gerotfic^ fvaut/ gcnantit fcor- 

poides, chenille. To rid of caterpillars, tie raupeit'tiejicr 

»on eitiem baunic abmac^en/ ecbeiuller. 
Caterwauling, f, Carterwauling. 

Cathedral church, euicfilffc?-Firc^e/ bi)m-firc^e,cmm5nf 

fjcr, t^g^///^ cathedrale. A cathedral, einC jlifft^^firc^e. t>Oni;f 
l\X^C, Cin nmn)KT/ «» cathedrale. 

Cathcdratick, S. t>ie 9e&ul)r jtBCtjcr (entiling, fo t>(C 3ci|!>^ 
lld^fdt an ibretl ^ifcf;off crlcgct/ -^ro/V de deux chelins., 
que les F.ccle/fajl'rques pu'ievt a leiir Diocefeiin. 

Catholicifm, bcjr catholicifmus , i)er allgemeittf gli^Utf/ 

t»je flllacmcinc roa^re le'^rc/ catholtcltL 
Catholick, catl)olifc& / allgeuiein ; rccf;t'0la«tig/ catholl- 

quif general; orthodox e. 

A'^catholick, citt catljolifc^cr/ cittc catljolifc^e frau/ »»ou 

«we catholiciue. A Roman CathoJick, etll Svomlfc^^fatf)*? 
lifd)Cl'/ un Latbolique Roiua'm. 

Catholicon, mc panacea o&cc allgemcitte arfinep; "^ eiti 

univerfal-pf[a|lci'/ catholicon ; remede a tons maux. 
Ciitipan, f. Cat in pan. 

C4tkings,bie gruiic fc^aU att fkineit nu|feH/if.f^«/»^ ou 

emouchette de nvyer, is'c. 

Catling, tm art cinc^ tidPen meffcv^z/or/e de gros cou- 
teau. 

Cattel, f. Cattle. 

Catterwaul, catterwauling, fcaij tidc^fltd^C Jllfammen foni- 
ntcn Ullb fd)rcpctl &cr f aPcn / /a/J^/ ^t- chats. To go cat- 
terwauling, bc-3 :tflcl)t^ jufamnten fommeB/ fic^ ju paareii/ 
s'ajjembler la nu'it pour s'accoupler. 

* Caterwauling , citl gefc^rep / gctofC/ ^r«/>, tintamarre^ 

Cittle, ja^me^ ute^/ ta^ uic^; * ^ureti/ ^e/<?/7; * des 

files de joye, des garces. 

Cavalcade, cin prac^tiger aufta^ JU pferbe/ cavalcade. 

Cavalier, eittrcutcc/ citt tapffem raaim/ cin ^ccr; citt 
Royaiijtc/ fiber citier ber in bctti-inncrlic^eti friege in ^ng- 

lanb flUf "^ti ^miig^ CaroU fcitC t^ar/ cavalier i Royalijie. 

Cavalier like, ttjic citt tapffercf/ bcf)cr^tef mantt/ tv)ic dn 
\)ixx, l)oc(>mutf)ig/ fluf ctttc angene^mc/ tttpffcrc «it/ <» Ar ca- 

valiere^ cavallerement. 

Cavalry, ^\i XWXaV), btC leic^tCtl UWtiti cavalerie^che- 
vaux legers. 

Cdvayar, f. Caviary. 

Ciudebec, ciil 6aube6c(fct! %vXi eaudebee. 

Caudle, cine £nglifc^e raagen-fuppc/ fo »on Ktm, cpcnt/ 
tuc!er, unb anbccm gcrourge gemacfjt n)irb / boijfon Jioma- 

chale a I'Angloife. Caudle for a new married couple, 

eine folc^c twcinfuppc fi5r bic braut unb brautigatn , le re- 

veillon, chaudeau. 

Cave, cine l)clc ober tiefFc grube; eine feller/ caveme-, 

tine cave. 

Cdveary, f. Caviary. 

_ Civegr, eitie crinncruitg, etn beri^t/ cine ttjarnuns/ aver- 

ttjfenientf avis , precautio7i. 

Caveat, .V. eine gci-ic^tlic^c ucr{)inbcrun9/ einfprwc^/ be^ 

fl^lag/ un arret, ou empechetncnt enjujlice. 
Cavern, f. Cave. 

* Cavers, .V. bcrcjltttrcF^^bicbC/ voleurs des mines. 
Civefon, cin nflfcn-'Oatib bcr pfcrbe> caveffhn. 
Cauf, ein bur(f;lo{^ert faillein/ tporinnen" raati fiifcOe un- 



C A'U. 

tor bcm t^affcr 'OiXM^Xd, forts de cofretperce pour gar- 
der le pviljbn entre deux eaux. 

Ciught, gefangcu/ gcnonrnten, }c, attrape^ prls, &c. f. 
To catch. 1 am caught, i(j) Un gefangcn/ tt\)c.\d)tf crtap- 
^itij'en dens. Caught up, auf(]cnDtn;nen/ cnVihht, ravi. 

Caught, (ficng ober m1)m) ifl ba^ imperf. uon to catch. 

Cavi.iry, bcr rogcn cinciJ fifd)ii, beilengina gcflfltint^aiif 
ber tOiDfcouiter ait pcfalBcn unb ^ubcreifet caviaire. 

Cavil, cine Heine fpiBfuiibigfcit, cin ftccit urn ciner gertrt* 

gen Ulfac^C tviltflt/fov^ilkrep, polntille, chicane. 

To cavil, i\w fpi^funbitjfcit nel)raucf)cn/ tint nic^t^ tt>il^ 
\in, ober «ni ciner Eletnen \\x'\<x<i)t nsiUeit cincn ftrcit anfan- 
gen/ X'X'iidWi pointiller. To cavil at every thing one fays, 

aWti, nja^ ciner fciget/ tabeln, ctwat? baran \\x ucrbefterttfini 

bCtt/ trouver a redirc a tout ce qtt'on dit. 

Cavillation, Hi tflbelll/ fpi^funbigfcit/ ration de ptin- 
tiller. 

Caviller, cin fpififunbigcr joncfer/ m fopi^iile/ un chic4- 

neur, fophijle. 

Cavilling, f. Cavillation. 

Cavilling, A. fpi^funbij/ betruflUcf) / tabclttt) / poittd/- 

leux, captieux. 

Cavity , cine ()Ole / llltfft/ cavite. 
C^ul, f. Cawl. 

Cauldron, ein fejfel/ m grofier hffd , chaudron, chau- 

diere. 

To c^ulk, 8a;. f. To calk, &c. 
C^ulm, f. Calm. 

Caufality,bieurra(f;e,ber uifprung/ anfung/ caufejource^ 

prijicipe. 

Caufe, ble uiflt(:5e/bcr nrfprung/ anfang; ber grunb/ on* 
lag/ ik 9dcc!cn^cit/matcvie; bic part^cp/ fac^te; cinef!rctts 
fa^iC/ rc(J)W^flK^C/ ein rcd)t^'I)anbcl.pt*occj?; tDegcn/unt'«)iU 

Ictl/ caufe, fourcc, principe ; fondcment, occaJion,fujet, ma- 
tier e\ parti; fait, affaire, proces ; a caufe. Do as you 

fee caufe, tf>ut feicrinnc md) eurcnt verjlunbc oba' gutbun.^ 
^CW/faitescommevousrentendez. When I fee caufe, went! 
id; C^ jverbe notljig bcfinben/ quandj'enaurai I'occajlon. 
Caufe c^w (trttt Recaufe, f. Kccaufe. 

To ckife, urfitc^e fcpn/ etroa^ verurfac^ctt/ flnric^feit/ er/ 
regen/ crwecfen/ lajTcit/ niac^en/ ^^>v caufe de, caufer, exci- 
ter, faire. He caufes one to read to him , er laifct ft(& 
iciitnnt) porlefcn/ Hfefalt lire. 

Ciufed, Dcrurfac^t/ gemad&t/ tc. ^^»/^. fa'^y ^c. 

Ciufclesly, of)nc urfac^C/ ol)nesrunb, tinrec^tma^iger 

UJCifC/ /<?WJ <■««/<?, u tort. 

Ciufelefs, brtiJ o|)ne urfdc^e ober grttnb i|t/ ober gefc^id&t, 
unbiUig/ unrcc^tnia§ig//rt«/ caufe, injujle. 
Ciufey, cin bautot/ pfab^ ein gebo^ntcr it)C9r chaujfee. 

Oufing, baiJ Pcriirfac^en/ it. I'aflion dc caufer. ifc. f. 
To caule. 

Cauftick, brrtnettb/ flBenb, au^frcffenb/ cauflique. 

A ciuftick, ein brcnnenb/au5beijTenbe« arRnep-ntittcl/ w 

caujiique. 

C^ufway, f. Caufey^ 

Ciutelous, fnrftditig/ liflig/ Dcrfc^lagett/ ./?>;, adroit. 

* Ciutere, ein brctttt^eifen/ branb-eifen/ j^'- brulanttbou- 
ton de feu. 

To cauterize i brcnncit/ tttit bcttt brcmt-'cifcn cin branb* 

Itta^l brenncn / cauterifer. To cauterize a horfe, cinCW 
pferbceirtC wartje abbrennctt/ donner lefeu aun cheval. 
Cauterized, gcbrfllUlt/ K. cauterifi. 

Caution, bictcrf:c^t/ bcl)utfamfeit/ Dorfic^tigfeit; bic 
eriunerung/ tparnun9/^rfV</w//V»; «v«-//^^/we«/. . 

Cauti- 



CAU. CEN. 
Cautionary, jtt etiicm geifcl/ fcutgeit cbcr biirgfc^afft 9«* 

Cautious, wnlc^tig, &c^Utfant,f(U9,r;r<ro»/>c'^;/';Wfa/, 

Cautiously, UOrficptij/ kfjUtfaitl/ flugliv^/ avec precau- 
tion, fruiienanent. 

Cautioulhefs, Die DOrflt^tigfflt/ ^C^Utfamfcit/ circonfpe- 
fi'ion. 

Caw die , f. Caudle. 

C^vl, t'ic \)a.\xt, rodc^ebrc aetxirme j&etctfet; ^fl^ ncij; 
<mc ivcibtr^aube ; tiic ^fltibe etiier ptxxMt, coife du ven- 
tre; coiffe de femme ■■, co'tffe d'une fet-uque. 

Cayman, i\\\t art clnc^ froccbiB/ forte de crocodile. 

To ceafe, auft^wen/naa^lajfcn, ablaffcit/ unterlajfcn/ f!in 
flctjCH/ »OII Cttra^ cb^cfteii/ cejfer. The work was fain to 
ceafe for a while, ba? ttJctcf tttujic cinc jcitlanct ftccfcn blci- 

bCH/ Pouvrage fut intriTompu pour quelque terns. 
Ceal'ed, untcrlajfcn/ JC. discontinue^ &e. 
Ccaleleis, Adj. lmmcrn!Cf}renb/ continue/. 

Ceaiing, tic imterlaffur.a, Hi auf^orett/ t»a3 untcrlaffen, 

}C. difcontinuation, interruption, I'aftion de cejjh; ifc 



CER CER. 



T03 



Cenibr, ctit Svomifc^er juc^t^en; ; cin cenfor ber bucket ; 

Cttl taMcr/ cenfeur. 

Cenlorious , tabclnb , burd)5icf)enb / nitiqtte. He is a 
ccnforious man,crirreiti tflMcC/ bcr aU« tabelit unbburc^^ 
lichen rotll, c'ty? un cer.feur, uh critique. 

Cenfdriousiy, auc tin tableiv «uf cine biirc^iie^eubc ort/ 

f» cenfeur. 

Cenforioufaefs, bo^ tabcln, burcf>5ic^(rt/ critique^ medi- 
fance. 

CenTcrship, ^nB cmt timi 9\omifc^ctt juc^tbcrttt/ ///^»/- 

/f </if cenfeur. 

Cenfurai roll (book,) eitt Xm-Uii^it, jinsbud)/ »» >v- 
giftre des cens. 

Cenfure, bo^ urt^cil, tie urtl^etlung/ntetjnnng/tabfUing, 

ftr>JfU!ig/ prufung / cenfure , corrcfiion, mercuriale. 
To ceniure, cttvad tabclrt., rid)rcn, ih:rtf«n/ |>cufcn, biirc^* 

jicbttt/ critiquer, reprimar.der,cenfurer. 

Cenfured, getabcU, JC. cenfure, '<cfc. f. To cenfure. 

Ceufuring, f. Cenfure. 

Ceut, builbcrt/ cent. To pay intereft at fix per cent. 



Wirhourceallng, o^« untcrla^/ mAU^kM^i) >fans cefe, dncni fccf)^ WCm {)Ullbert tJCrsinfcO/ payer rinteiet a fix 



incejfam;nent . 

Cecit)', f. Cseciry. 

C^dar, cine ccbcr, cin cebcrbfltim/ ccbcr^ol^/ cedre. 

Cedule, f. Schedule. 

Celandine, celandine , fdjaalbcn'-aur^ / fc^dllftaut/ e- 
tlaire. 

To celebrate , ctwa^ fct)cni / fctjcrU'c^ bcgci^eii ; ct»a^ 
|)r£ifen/ lobcit / rubmea / cclebrer. 

Celebrated, gefcpcrt; bcrufjint/ celebre; fameux., ce- 



fcur cent. 

Centaur, eiit ^Ibitncnfc^y eiii ^alb-pferb/ centaure. 
Centenar)> adj. bunbert'jdbtig/ centenaire. 
Center, bcr niittcl;JUnct//<?«/JV. Centers, ^ol^cmccor^ 
gct»6lb< / cintres. 

To center, an bcm mittcl'puncte jufammen fommen/ 
jam mtttcl'punctc gefjcn/ fi<^ enJigen, aboutir.fe terminer. 

* Ail your cares and hopes do center upon your fon, 
eucr fobn til bcr citintgc iirecf eucr fcrgfalt mb boffnung, 



'cilebratlng, btC fC9Crttlt9; tai fcoCHt, JC. celebration, vStrefilsfait I'unique objet de vos folns & de vos efpe 
Vaflion de celebrer. j ^'^''-'f-*"- . ' ,. ^ . 

Celcbr.tion, bic fcDcrujig , fct>erl(<^c begc^uiig ; \i^^ lob, ' Centmody, brutFroiit, roegcgtag. renoike. 



l\i lot'lcbC/ ^erau^ltrcic^ung / ctlebratiom loUangey clogey 
par.egyrique^ 

Cclebrious, bcru^mt celebre. 

Celebrity', tcr ru^nt/ bcr bcru^mtc na^mc ; bfl^ lob/ re- 

putatior.f cdebrite; louange. 
Celendine, f. Celandine. 

Ceicricy, bie gcfc^ioinbtgfcit/ bc^ciibtgfeit / cilfcrttgfett/ 

celerity. 

CeJer}', fclcri), traiTcrpcf etlcii! / cm garfcn -' act»ad)^ / fo 
wan in gnglanb an ^ati ei.ie« falats nut bcm~fl[fifc^ ipt, 

ceieri. 

CeleiliaL, ^imnjliffb/ feleftc. 

Celeftines, V\i GelcftUier-monc^e/ cehflins. 

Celibacy, celibate, bcr Icti^C tl^nb, celibat. 

C>.ll, cincu-tle ci:i fammcrlein/ cellule. 

Cellar, cin fcUct/ carce. 



Centinel, ci'.ie fc^iibttJiJC^e / centimlle. A private ceur 
tinel, cin gemcincr |c^Ud}tcr foIbatCf unfimplefoUat. 
Centon, cin gcfltcftc^ flcib/ einc? bcttlcra flctb oberrocf, 

cin bcttlcri-niatltcl/ habit fait de pieces ramajfies. 
Centory , taufcnbgulbcu-fraut / centauree. 

Cenrry,et!ic fd;il^lBac^e•, cin (jclBcrn i»orgcit)i)lbC/7f»//- 

nelle ; cintre. \. mi) Sanftuar)'. 

Centuple, Adj. and Suhfl. ijiUlbcrt-filtig, centuple. 

Centurion, cin bflUptntiinn U&er ^Unbcrt/ centenier. 

Century, ci«crotte oi>?r ju:tft uo:i f5unbcrt mdnncrn uit- 
tctbenSSomcrn; cin fiunbert; obcr was ^imbcriactfe abgc; 
theilt in ; cin feculum, cbcr cin hnnbert u^r, cemurle, ou 
compagnie Rumaine de cer.t homnies ; cent ; fiecle, cent ans. 

Cephalick, jum ^c^\v(ti gc^wg ; bcm^aupte btcnUcft/ 

cephalique. 

Cere-doth, gcrt»fl(^|!e Iclnmanb/ fo matt x»k tin ^ffflfJer 



autre. 



Cellarage, fcUcr/ tscinfcUcr; mas man jublet/ xsstnn (mX<i<it,toi re eerie 
man rocm in emc^ anbcrn feller Icgct, caves, celliers; k\ Ceremonial, A. ;u \iin eeremonien, ^eiligcn gcbriucfiett 

aroi, que l on paje pour mettre du vin dans la cave d'un obcr gcprinac ge^Drig/ ceremoniel. 

Cere.rndraal,5'. ccn ccrcmonien-'Obcrfttfcn-'buc^, tin bucfe, 
barinn tie gcbrducf^e bcfc^rtcbcn vm"^, ceremonial'. 
Ceremonious, bcr uicl gcprdngc^/ obet mcfcna m.i(^t/ ce- 

remonieux. 

Ceremoniously, mit tjiclem geptdnge obcr wcfen/ n'ec 

beauccup de ceremonies. 

Ceremony, cin ^cillgcr gcbratic^ ober njct'fj in Xnxnm- 
tcsbicnfi; c^n compUment, fcrcmcnic, cin acprdng, che- 
njonie. A book of the ceremonies, cin Cttemcnien-- Obcr 

lUtca^'buc^, cm bu(^/ b«nnn Me gcbrduc^e hc\<iixiihmm\)s 

. ceremonmL 



Cillarift, ein fcUcrmclilcr \\\ mm floficr, celerier. 

* Cefitude, He {>oheit, a/tej}. 

Cement, pffaiter, m, Htl |icin-'falcb/ c/me^u. 

To cement, ctmo^ ocrfittcn, ccrpjTaflcm/ lotcny befcfti-' 

ten, an Cllianbct men, cimer.ter, joind-.e enfemile. 

_ Cemented, uafittct, fc^ an ctnanbcr gefuget/ cimente, 

jotnt. 

To cenfe ctwft,^ ffl»i^crn, mit loeppauc^ b«d«c^crii, ttJcp-' 

WUOl anjuilben, encenier. / > / . 



Cemer, «a roud^fa^, encenfoir. 



Ccrilia. 



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Cerilla,cerilla,emf,etnrmcl^untcr efrtcm Jranijofifcl^ett s 

(aU/ in f«) cedi//e. 

Cer6r,ciii Unbe^ jug^pflaftcir/ ctneivac^^^-frtlbC/ cerat. 
Certain, getci^/ ungcstvciffelt; bcfidnbig, ucrfic&ert/ ucfi; 

Or^cntlicI)/ bqlimniCt/ 9enjof)«lic{) ; eillgenjijl'eif, an, Cimx, cer- 
tain, imfubhable ■■, ajjeure, fixe.-, regulier -^ quelqu'un, quel- 
qiie. I am certain of it, id; Vm beffctT gctt)! jj DcrftC^Clt/ t(t> njcif? 
U^eV0i%jenfuisfeur. Of a certain, gctUl'tlic^ / font>cr JtDCif 
fcl, certainement. I know it for a certain , Jc^ ttjci^ C^ futgc- 
n)l9/j?^ lefaidefcience certame. 

Certainly, 9en)tflic^/0{>nein)eiffcl; ^hm\)x, in W f^at/ 

certa'i'itement ; certes. 

Certainty, bic gctt>i<5^cit/ gctvijfc noc^ric^t/ wa'^r^ctf/ 

certitude, verite. For a Certainty, furgerotf'/ gcrotf'ltc^/ 
avec certitude, certainonent. We have now the certainty 

of his death, «jict)abeniljogett)itTeiia(^n(^tuon fctnem tobC/ 

7WUS avons mainteiiant des nvuvelles certalnes de fn mart. 
There's no certainty of any thing , iitait ^flt fctnc 9en»if't)ett/ 
C9 Jfi n Jd)t^ genJtV' in bcr reelt, //»^ a rien de certain , ily a du 
dvute cntoutes chofes. 1 would fain be at fome certainty, 

Idfjwoltcbcr fad)e gcvn geroilj itWi ciniger maffcn ttcrf!(f)crt 

\vC)nijevoudrois etreajfeure en quelque faqott. To leave 
certainty & ftick to chance ,_ Hi gcroiffe fui* ba^ UltgcTOiffc 
fal)ren lalTcn / quitter le certain pour I 'incertain. There's 

no certainty in him, erl)atfetneii9cn)ifenfi^/ man Un (icO 

\\iA)t(i\X\i^n^ZX\0.^in,cethommet}'apas detenue, on nepeut 
f aire aucunfonds fur lui. 

Certificate, eincucrgeroijfmmg/ citt Dcrgcivijfmmg^jltricf/ 
ein fd)riftltc^c^ \t\xmfi fin Umi^, certifcat. 

Certified, f. Certily'd. 

Certifier, t>ix , blc etnsai j)ergctt)if[crt / fur gerei^fagct/ be* 

• riC^tet/ \)i\i)X<iitiCelui, cclle qui cert ifie. 

"^ To certify, iXVini DergeitJtfferrt / fur gcn)i§ fageit / fcejeugcH/ 
betic^ten; iUTOiffcnt^un/Ucrilaiibigen/ cert if er, thmigncr ; 

denner avis de, avertirde. 

Certify 'd, vcrgewiffcrt/ fur gewi^ gefagt/ Uxi^Ut, k. certi- 

fi, ^c. 

Certiorary", S. (a law-term.) bie \^^xi^H erforbcrung, 
ba »on bcm untcr'ricf)tcr bcridjt eincr anfidiiglgm 

recite -' fac^e erfcrbcrt Wirb / lettres de la chancekrie ad- 
drcjjees a une cour inferieure , pour fairer emcttre au grejfe 
de la chancelerie les pieces d un proces pendant devam cettc 
cour inferieure. 

Certitude \ii% gen)i|?t)«it/ gcroiffe m^xi^t, roa^r^city certi- 
tude , veriti. 

CerCilean, blfltt/ bleu. 

Ccrufe, blC^-roci^/ cerufe. 

Cefment, f Aifcfsment. 

Gefs, etne fC^OlJlUig/ aUJiagC/ cotifation,taxe. 

Tocefs, cirtot iiI)dHcti/ i^nx cine fcf)a^ung fluf(cge«; <ro///>;-, 
/<?A'^-, f.ToafTefs,tofineu»b to ceafe. 

The tenant ceAeth (/i laiS'term.) to do what he ought, 

ter i^ac^tniann ocrabfdumet fcinc fcf)ulbigfdt/ /^/^-^w/Vr 

ne fait poitit fan devoir, ilneglige ce qu'il aafaire. 

Ceffation, bie ttufborung / nac^laflTung/ untcrlaffung / bcr 
' ^iW^n'iijcejfation. Cefiation of arms , ber (liUflanb bcrtvaf-- 

fell, cejj'ation d'' armes. 
Ce{fed,f Adeded. 
Celling, f Adlfsment. 

Ceilion , Dcriicbt/ ba5 (ibttjcic^eii, fibtretung/ iiberlaffuttg/ 

lUcrgabC/ cejjion, tranfport. 

A ceiiionary bankrupt, cin banqucrottlrcr/ bcr fctite guter 
fcinen gUubigernubcrlaffen, cejfanaire. 



CES. CHA, 

Certbr, f. AlTefTor. 

Ceft, ba* gotttn 33cnu^ gurtcl/ cefe. 

Ceftern, f. Ciftern. 

Celhis, f.HHurlibat. 

Cetaceous fishes, xmtX^^m, betes marines. 

Tochijce, f. To chafe. 

Ch^fe, <?.^.to be in? chafe, r;eftig cntriijlet/ fe^r jornig 

fCt>lt/ etre engrande colere. 

Tochafe, etwa^ wcirmcn , tuarnt cbcr ^eil; mad)eti; et^ 
roae nxii bcr f;anb rcibcn; citiett crjoriicn ; ftc^ er.orncn, 

chauffer; froteravec lamain; mettre en colere ; fe' mettre 
en colere. 

* To chafe, &e« ttJOljf UCmrcttcn MX)X(m%n,s'ecorcber, en 
allant a cbeval. 

Chaied, tttaritl gcniac^t/ 1<. chauff'S, iffc. 

"■ Chafer, einc fcucr-pfann^/ h))H'\axxnc ; cin Ufcx,poilen; 

efcarbot. 

Chafery, bcr ort Irt cincr eifcn-'mu^lc , wo v&m blc eifcrnctt 

flangcn binlcget/ / endroit du moulin afer , eitl en met lefer 
en barres. 

Chafe-wax, bcr ftegel'»ertt)al)rcr/ bcr in cincr candle? b«l 
Kdo^'&ii roarni mad;t/ chaufe cire. 

Chaff, bic \XiXt\X,paillc. 

t Chaffer, bic ttJaar/ f aufftttannfc^aft/ marchandife. 

t To chaffer, t)anbcln/fttuffmannfcl&rtfttreibcn; auf etwal 

tictCn/btngcit/W/tJcvV;-, trafquer; marchander. 

t Chaffering, ba(J{)a!ibcln,£tie faujfniatinfdiaft/ ^anblun^/ 

negoce, traffic,commerce. 

Chaffern, ein topff obcr Fcffcl / barinn mail wafer warm 

macl^t/ pot kfaire chauffer de I 'eau, ou une chaudiere. 

Chaffinch, citl fincf/ pinqon. 

Chafing, Hf rcarm-'macben/ /'/7A*o» de chauffer, isfc. f To 
chafe. A chafing (of the skin,) ba^ abretbcn obcr bcfc^lnbeti 
bcr t)aut/ ecorchure. ch^ng-dish , cinc U\)i> pfanuc i fcur^ 

4>famtC/ rechaitt. 

Chaffy, Uic^t ttJic fprCU/ OPUcrfmu enpaille, pleitt de 
paille. 

Ch&grin, f. Shagrin. 

Ch;\m, cine f CttC / ^^/r/W. Chain - maker, eilt fcttett:; 
mac^cr; chainetier. A chain of hills, m\t reii)c biiget 

nacf> cinailbcr/ um chaine de montagves. Chain, chain- 
lace, fptBcn , bamit bcr faum cbcr Ut naatcn eitice f icibcj 
befcHet ftnb i paffc-poil. Chains , bic f cttctt ; bicnflburFcit, 
gefatigenfcOaft , fcla»crct) / chaine ; fervltude , captivite. 

Chain - wales , btc crte fliif bcn fcitcn ixnti fdjiffcs / aliitJO 

Wi fc{)tff'fetlc atigcmac^t \\n^iporte haubans,ecotards. Chiin- 

shot,chiin-buUet,fcttcn'fugcl/ bic fc^iff * fcilc }u fprcngw/ 

ange. 

To chiin, ctncn mtt Fctten WxxXitnt an f cttcn fc^niicbcrt/ m^ 

binbcit/ enchainer. To chain the ftreers , bic Fcttcn Ubcr bic 
gaffen jict)cn/ tendre Ics chaincs des rues. 
Chiined, mit f CttCn gcbUllbcn/K. cnchainL 

Chaining, frieanciii«iiber-'f)anguitgy \)<M binbcn mitfctten* 

efichainetiient, I 'aflion d ''enchaincr. 

Chiir, ein flubl; ein trag-'feflfcl / fc|Tcl/ chaije. Flying 

chair, citlC flciltC calcfd^C/ chaife roula7ite. Arm-chair, 
f untcr Arm. Privy - chair , ein nac^tflubl / chaife per- 
cie. Chair-man, cincr , bcr bic fluljle obcr fe(|el cuobcfi 
fcrt; ein fcjfebtragcr ; bcr uonKl)mfJe, obcr bcr uorfieber 
untcr ben commijfaricn/ t>it cinc fac^e craminircn follcn/ 

raccommodeur de chaifes; porteur de chaife; lechefleprC' 
fident des commijfaircs nommez pour examiner une af- 
faire. ^ 

A chair-woman, cinc fc^CUr-frflU/ une ccureufe. 

Chaifr, 



CH A. 

Chaife, S. cmecalef($e/ cbaifej a four wheel chaife, cm 
p^actcn, un phaeton •■, a two wheel chaife,einc chaife roulante. 
Chalcedony, cltl ^^alf e^C^^cr. Calcedoine. 

Chalclern,chaldron,citt (^nglifcfi maaf tie foMen \\\ meffcii; 

fo j6|a^cffclCot)cr fetter) \)CM, mefure pour mefurer le char- 
bon qui contitnt 36 boijfeaux d^ AngUte'i~re. A calves chal- 
dron, ein li\W<Xt^U,fraije de veau. 

Chalice, citl M6), ht6)Ctj calice. 

Chalibeate, f. Chalybeate. 

Chalk, freibC/ craye. P. It is no more like, than chalk is 
likccheele, fiefinbeman&eraarnic^tgleic^ / i/ n'y a aurane 
rejfanblance. Chilk-pit, eine frciDC-Srube, un endroit d'oit 
I'ontirelacraye. 

Tochilk, ctroa^ mit frcibc jelcfittett/ marqufr avec de la 
craye. Tochalk(our)api>flure,cinbtlbnii5cntn)erfetl; na. 
yonnerun portrait. To chalk out, ha\)r\tn, JCtC^nCtt/ ah' 
jcic^netl/ mt\X)iX\im,frayer, marquer,traccr. 

Chilked, mitfrcibc gcjeic^tiet/ atgcjcic^net/ jc marque 

exec de la craye, &l. 

Chalking, baa letc^ncntltit ftciit/ K. raflion de marquer 
ffvec de la craye., hfc. The chalking of a piftuf e,bcr crfte eilt* 
tt5UC(f Ober abrif einc^ iilbniffc^ / le premier crayon d 'un por- 
trait. ^ 

Chaiky,vt)flCtUciU,pleinde craye. Chalky day, mctgel/ 
Riariicl - builrt^crbe/ mai-ne. 

Challenge, ein cartel/ einc au^fofcerung / fobcruna \\x 
ctncttt buelT / ein fe^bc -- brief/ dn augfobcrunfi:?'&rieff ; ein 
flujrrucfi/ cine anforbemng ; eine wntJerffung / ha man cU 
was nidjtonnc^mcn will/ defiappel, cartel; pretenfion-y re- 
eufation. 

To challenge, ftc^ ctTOo^ mma^tn, jueignctt, ctncit am 
fj?nic6 an ctttsas ^aben ober mac^en ; cinenberimsfcrbern ; eU 
vta& iicnvcrffcn ; cinen anfUgcn/ bcii'ic^tigcn^ beft^ulbigen/ 
pretoulre; defer; recufer; ascufer. To challenge a man's 
proniife, mm ma^nctt/ ha^ er {ivx rcort ^aUc / fommer quel- 
cun defapromejfe. 

Centeries ought to challenge after ten a dock, tie fc$ lib-- 
wacbtcnfollennacfeje^nu^r, reerba? \d)xcx)tn, les fentincl- 

Us doivcr.t appeller ou t rier,'qui va la ? apres dix heures. 

Challenged, angentaffet/Sefotbcrt/ ausgeforbert/ w. aquoi 

Von pretend, defie^i^c. 

Challenger, bcr cinen onfpruc^ an cfaa^ %aii 5er forbcrt 

httaVii^VbiXt/lc.felui qui pretend, qui fait un appel, ifc. f. 
To challenge. 

Challenging, Vk flnma||Urt9/ tai anmUxn, JC. / 'a<^ion de 
pretendre, &c. 

Chalot, f. Shalot. 

Chalybeate water, roflfier, ttjcrinnctt glucntc^ eifen ober 
(rahl abpclofchet rocrbcn, ftal)l;n?aj7ct/ eauforie. 

Chamade, f. Shainade. 

Chamber, cine fanntter^ cingcmac^, simmer/ cine flu^ 
bC/ chambre. Bed-chamber, mt fc^laf-'fammcr / cham- 
bredulit. Bnde-chamber , cine bmut-'fammer, f^/zw^-^ 
miptiale. Chamber-maid, cine Fammcr ^ magb , cine f am- 
iner^-iungfcr/ cm fanuner^-ma'gbacH,///^ de chambre. Cham- 
ber-pot, cinenad;t-'fc^erbe/ "fcicft-'toptf, pot de chambre. 
Chimber - door , bte faramcr-' ober ftuben ,- t^iJr / la porte 
r c ^!?i"^''^- Chamber - fellow , tin fiubcn -' gefcUc, |tU-' 
U\\^\\X\a:i,cama}ade, celui qui loge avec un autre dans une 
meme chambre. The chamber of a gun , ber lauifeine^ftii-' 
cEc^ jJbcr rchr-5 , la chambre d 'un canon. Chamber-lye, Uxn> 
uriri, \ii6it,pijrnt. A ch^mber-counfellor , tiw rath I'On \)a)xi 
awi, unai'ocatconfultant. The chambei of London , bK 



CH A. 



"5 



f(^al5-?ammcr ober bcr gcmeine fecf el ju 2otrbeR/ le trefor pub- 
lic de Londres. 

To chamber sgun, bcn laaf cinc^ jlucf C* ma^tn,falre une 
chambre dans un canon. 

Chamberdekings,5'.3rlinbiKOC5bCttcl-'gefntbcl/ fo Hntcr 
Henrico VHI. awi Siijelaiit* oenaget reorben , gueux 
IrlandeiSi qui furent -cheJJ'ez d'Angleterre jous Henry 
VIII. 

•{- Chimberer, f. Chamber-maid. 

t Chknbering,biefc^n)cigerc»),ta6fc6maufe«, bfettnmif- 

figff it, UnorbentUc^ lebcn, luxure,debauche. 

Chamberlain , ein fattimcrcT/ lixwmttXwX^ , cbambeltan. 
The chamberlain of London, of Cheiter, ?cc. ber fd) afi -- met^ 
jier ber flabt 2onbon/ (Ebc^er, jc. ber 'aai cinfoninten etnntmmt, 

le receveur des revenus , ou le treforier de laville de Londres., 
de Chejicry ifc. A chamberlain in an inn , ber *>tcncr / ebcr 

jungc in ctnem nixti)i ; baufe / ber iiber t-ie Eannen beflcUet tjt, 

un valet de chambre d hotelkrie. 

Ch^bers, f lapper-'gcicuc?/ cine art ber granabcn/ boite. 

Chameleon, f. Camelion. 

Chamfer, ba5au^gcl)oUe/ obnr eine ane^olnng dner fa'alc/ 

cannelure. 

To chamfer, (fdulcn^ au^holcH/ ««s^e(ungen mac^eti/ car.. 

neler. 

Chamfred,aajgehcit/ cannele. 

Chaml'ret, f Chamfer. 

Chamfring, "iiai aUfibolcU/ tic OUd^olUttflf camielure^ 
I 'afiion de canneler. 

Chimlet, f Camlet. 

Chamois, f Shamoy. 

Chamomii, f Camomil. 

To champ, ttXOai faucn, bctffcrt/ niacher, mordre. 

Champain , champain - country , cine groffe cb«C/ t\H 
cbene^roeiteefdb/ cbcn/Offenldnb/^A/wc-, c,vnpagne,pais 
decouve;t. 

Champarry, S. (a fawterm.^ bte ccrufleaang/ fo cirtcnt 
t^a^rcnberanbdngigcnrec^tH^i^c gegcben mixi), /W.tretien 
qu'ondottneamplaideurpourfubjijier, durant le terns., que 
fonprocezeji pendant. 

Champertor, S. ctn$tingen'brcfc6er/ berrcc^ts-Mnbclan 

fic() bailbclty ObcranffcUiigcleibet/ unchicaneur^ un hommey 
qui acbete des procez, ou qui pr etc agrojfe ufure fur des pro- 
ds pendants. 

Champed, geEduct/ gctiffcrt/ miche, mordu. 

A champian country, ein Cbctl/Uffenlanb/ un plat pais ^ un 

pais decQuvei't. 

Champing, ba^fducn, txifTett/ VaHion de macher, de 
mordre. 

Champion, fin ^clf/ \z^ux, frJcg^manit/ frreitlwrcr mantt, 

champion. 

Champioaground, t\\\t ebaC/ cben lanb, plaine campagne. 
Chknce, ein jnfaH , mt wa\J,m^t(iihmUit , bcgebnt^, 

iai glucf/ ein glucf ober giucK-faU/ accident^ hazard, cat 
fortuit, fortune. By chance, ungcfd^r/ {ufduigcr r^ci\t, 
par hafard. The chance of arms is uncertain, iai alu(f 
(ober ber auagang) ber roatfcn ift m^cmi%, jnseijtel^aftig, 
wnbefldnbig , les amies fom journalieres. -To take one's 
chance , e? flUf fciflC gefa^ ^inrcagen, risquer y bazarder. 
To look to the m.ain chance, fic^ in feinen fac^cn unb ge^ 
|c^ttftenn?o^lporfel)en/ fclbigcmobl in ac^t rnhmtn, ithm, 
n)ieerau«fommcnmag/ anihtn nac^rcintcr btn<!ten , fonder 
» fes affaires, travailler pour fa fubfifiance. To bear 
ftoutly the chance of fortune, oUcrl)anb unglucf^ . fdUc ge^ 
: buUis ausjieljen/ fouffrir patimment les rrjersdelafortu- 

^ •LA 



io4 



C H A. 



ne. An ill chance, cut ttngluc!/ Ult^K / tff» w^/^^»r. A 
chance-ciiftomer, citie perfoii / btc ctma^ DDii uiigefeT)r In 

Ciucitt f rani'Irtticn f aufft / »»^ perfonne qui iichete quelque 
chofe par haxarcl dans une boutique. A chance - guell:, 
Ciltgaf!/ t)Cnm»erfcf)etl^ fommt/ tm fui-vehant. Chaacc- 

medley , mt^U-idyUo, , t)e» man uinjcrfcf)en^ cber twiber 
fciuen iwllen kgangeu; m unoerfcf>cncr jufall/ einc ju* 

fdUyc bcgebcnfjcit/ meunre cajuel oil involontaire i f^J 
fortuit. 

To chance, fi(^ ungcfe^r kgebeit/ o&cr iutrageit/ am imge- 
fe^rgcfd)et)en/fommen/ bescpen/ n5iebcrfa^ren/^rr/w7-,rtw- 

nir,ve7tir,fersncoKtrer. I may chance to go thither, vjcl' lacanmltaed une colojime. 



CH A. 

Changeling, ctrtwec^fd&Qt.d:; ettt t^ur^ (itt eirtfaltjger 

tropff/ enfant fuppofe ;fot^ benet. 

Changer, einit)cc^^Ur/t>enmtwcc^fe(ttittt^u« ^ot, '^att-- 

belt/ changeur. 

Changing, S)ic uccdnt)erun3/abn)ec^^lutt9/bae tierdnbcm/ :c, 

chatigement, I 'a ft ion de changer, <^c. 

Channel, ciii canal/ cine rinnc/ ro^rc* twaffet-ro^rc/ waffer- 
Icitung; bcr lauff ober |lrot)mcinc^ waffcr^ , ober ^uffe^; \i[t 
^SritannifcOcmeer-cnge; bee cingang w^ bem nicer iroifc^ctt 

JWepcn Ufcrn f)in , canal \ le lit d 'une riviere \ la manche-y 
pnjje. The channel of a pillar, bic aUJ5l)vHun8Cn cittcr fduic, 



Jcic^t rcerbe \^ bafitn ({it^m/peut etre irai-je la. U" any man 

chance to come in, fotrgcnb iemanb ^crctn fommcn foltC/^^ 

quelcun entroit par hafard. 

Chancel, bcrlcnigctkilirt cinerfiec^C/ ba bcr aUaruott 
fcenubrigcnbuec^ tin gcgltter abgcfonbcrt i^, le presbyter e. 

The rails of the chancel, \iiX% <^\Xi^XViXi\'^t\\^\XWii la balujlra- 
ie de rautel. 

Chancellor, chtecellour, cttt canfilcf/ cbancelier. 

Chancellorship, chincellourship', bCS can^lcr^ ttJurbc Cbcr 
•tnt/ la charge de cbancelier. 

Chance-medley, f. Chance. 

Chancery, chancery-court, btc ^^'(i^iK^, la cbancelerte. A 

chancery- man, ctn abuoCiUe/ bcr vx bcF cnnljlet) Xi^U ' ^dnbcl 

jVL^jXit.unavocatplaidantdans lacour de ehancekrie. The 
chancery-office, bic fiCrtcOt^-'ftubc inbcrcantjlcp/ le bureau de 
la chancelerie. 

Chandelier , S. cirt groffcr ^CngC^^lcUJ^tcr / un grand 
lujlre. 

Chandler, ctrt!ra^mer/ bejrlic^tC/ fcfjrecfel/fartcn/but' 
ter/fdfc< brobt, feiffc/fo^lcn uttb bcrglct(l)cn jjcrFauft/ forte 

de petit marchand^ qui vcnddes chandelles , des allumete^, 
du beurre, dufromage , pain , favon , i^c. Tallo w-chand- 
ler, cin feiffen-fieber/ c^^«^f/f>r. Wix-chandler , einroac^^' 
f Vdmer/ "V/>r. Cdrn-chandlerjCinfoert^dublcf/ vendeur de 
grains. 

Chandry, S. ctn Ott/ WO m«n \i\i fcr^Cn auf^diety I'endroit, 
tit I 'onftrre la chandelle. 

Change, btc Dcrdnbcrurtg ; obmcc^elung; flnbcrung, bc^ 
fc^rung; bcr med^fcl/ \><\^ auf-gelb; flein gelb ju njcc^fcln ; 

bic bcurfe bcr fauffleittC/ .changemer.t J variete ; ccnver- 
fion\ change , gaindu banquier i le change , petit monoye ■■, 
labourfe. To put the chajjge upon one, cinctt DOR bcm 

rcc^ten mcgc auf "^tw unrcc^tcn fui)ren , iljn bctrugcn / don- 

ner le change a quelcun. He loves change, er ttJlU iVM 

nicrgcmcttJfl^ ncuc^1)aben/ cr ifl unbcfldnbig/ H aime le 

chatigement. The change of the moon, bcr flbnc'^mcnbc 
monb/ ^ai fliincf)mcn \)t^ nm\\ii, le de/ihtde la lime. To gi- 
ve change for a piece of gold, cill golb * (luct IDCd^fcln / chan- 
ger une piece d^or. 

Tochinge, ctttja^ dnbcm / »crdnbctti/ ucrroanbcln/ ocr^ 

tauf£l)en/ recdjfcln/ Ocrmcc^fcln / changer. To change a 
woman's child, ctncr ffffu citt frcmbc^ finb untcrfdjtcbcii/ 

fuppoferun enfant a une fennne. The moon changes, ttjir 

^abcncincnncucnmonb/ bcr monb nmimt ifio ab/ la lunc 
fflnouvelle. Will you change your hat with mine ? roollet 

!l)rcurcnt)Htumbcnmein<n »ertan{(^cn? voulex vous chan- 
ger de chapeau ? 
Ch^geablcdnberiic^/Ucrdnbcrllc^/ Wfmbclbar/ ttnbcfldn* 

Jig, changeanty inconjiant. 

Chkngeablenels,bicunbcfldnbi9fc{t/ inconfiance, mutabi- 
l>te. 

Changed, »erdnbC5t/ Vi.change. 



To channel, tXxttOA ausi^olcn; canneler. 

Channeled, au^i?c{)Olt/ crt««f/«?. ^ 

Chanon, f Canon. 

To chant, ctttJaa fingctt ; chanter. 

Chanter, cin cantor, Dorfdngcc^ chantre. 

Chintery, cinccajJcUcanciucr fircfjC/ ^'!> ju untcr^altung 
iXMi obcr mcl>rcr pricjier/ iimfur bic fcclc bcS fiiftcrs xko^- 
lic^ mcjfc iu fingcn / niit jd^rltd;cn ciufunften bcgabct, 

chanterie. 

* Chanticleer, cin ^a^rt/ uncoq. 

Chaos, cirt Hxmi^^tct fluni})C/ cine unorbnung/ chaof» 

confitfion. 

Chap, cine fualtC/ fpaltung/ mx\%, rif ; "ii^i auffpalten 
obcr auffpringcn bcr Ijaut; Xsski Icc^^cn^ auffpaltcn bcr cr-, 

tt , fentey crevafj'e \ gercure ; ouverture de terre. f. aucf) 
Chop. 

* (Jhap or chapman, fflirffcr/ FunbC/ acheteur, chaland. 
To chap, auffpflUcrt/ aufbrcd^cn/ ftc^ fpaltcn/ onfrcif; 

fen/ fic^ Ofncrt/ auft:t)Un > auffpringcn / ffendrcy s'ouvrir ; fe 
gercer. 

The chape of a fcabbard, b«^ C^r^tant an CtnCi: fc^cib<> 
bout defourreau. 

Chipel, f ChappeL 

Chaperon, cinc fappC/ ^aubc chaperon. 

Chapiter (of a pillar,) \i(\i capital m clncr i^vXt, chapiteaa 
decolomne.\, aud} Chapter. Chapiters, ^aiipt^punctC/ haupt* 
flucfC; artlcf el/ chefs, articles. 

Chaplain, ctn capclart/ prcblgcr \\\ ctncr capcUC/ ein l^of-pre^ 

bigcr/ cbapelain, 

Chaplainship,ba^antt ctnc^ f)cf'prcbigcr^ ober ccpcUan^/ 

charge de chapelain. 

Chaplet, ein vofen-fran? ; cln !ran^ ; bcr fcbcr-'bufc^ ottf 

ban !opffe euiC^ pfaUCrt/ cbapelet -, guirlande i toujfe de plu- 
tuesfur latete dupaon. 

Chapman, cln fduffcr^ Funbc/ hmtxttam, bcr cincm fauff' 
mann obcr {)aubcBntann abfaufft. acheteur, chaland. 

Ch^ppel, cine capcUC; chapelle. A chappci of cafe, clnC CO^ 
pcllC obcr fleinc flrc^C/ une annexe. 

< JhSppelry , ift ba^jcnlgc bet) clncr capcllc / nai ctn firc^^ 
fpicl obcr cine pfarrcbcj) clncr flrc^c id /-f'^i? a regard d'une 

chapelle, ce qu'uneparoijfe eji i I ^gardd 'une eglife. 
Chaps, f Chops. 

Chapter, cln capltcl itt cfnent H6:}t ; cut capitcl i etn (iifft/ 
bcrortclitcrgcifllicOcnocrfantinluug; einc gcijilic^c ucrfamiti* 
\m^,chapitre. ChSpter-houfe , \>ai capltcl4«U^/ ^*^ ^."^^ 
clncr gciflllc^Crt UCtjflntntlung; le lieu ou I 'on tie'nt lecbapitre. 
f. Chapiter. 

Chapterly, in bcm capitcl/ capitcBitvclfc/ q\&H^ gan^cca^ 

pitcl/ capifulairement. en corps de chapitre. 
Char, f Chare unb Charre. 

Charattcr, cin budiftabc ; cirt jcic^cn obcr tttcrcfnta^I ; 
corjlcllttua obcr bcfc^rcibiutg bcr natur eincs binges / obcr cl- 
ncr 



C H A. 

Vtt |)crfoit ; ft mi Ober Wutbc , cara^h-e, lettre ; marque ; de- 
fcriptton ; dignite, quaHie. He has given me a good chara- 
aerofyou, er^atcuc^gegcnmlc^fe^r gdobct/ cr ^at gegen 

ntic^uicl gutc6 UOn cud) ^ttt\)itt il ma re}idu defort bons 
teimi'rnnges de vous, i/m'a dit beaucoup de blen de vous. To 

give one an ill charader, libel won ctnenueben/ i^m ettibofc^ 

lob gcbCtt/ farler matde quelcun. Charafters, btC jeic^cn / fo 

nianinbecgnglifd^cngcfcbwinbeti fcbrcib-'art jur obfurRung 

tec t'c^rift gcbrauc^et/ abbreviations, notes. 

Charaaerilm, einnurcEmal)!/ caraftere^marque cara^e- 
rijlique. 

Characleriftical, charaften'ilick, A. JU Ctttcm ntCtrfmaf;! 
Ober J«C$Ctl gc^orig/ carafieriJUque. 

Charafterillick, S. (in mcrcEraa^l ; marque caraBeri- 
Jiique. 

Tocharafterize , eiltC pcrfotl Obet cin buig acoirat , obcr 
gotltigenau befc^rcibcn, carafierifer. 

Charaaeriz'd, gejtlflU bcfc^riebett/ cara^erifi. 

Charafter}", f Characters. 

Charcoiil, cttiC bOlB-foble/ cbarbon de bois, 

* Chare, citi gcringw acfd&flft/ /'?"''«' affaire, ^h^e- wo- 
man, cfnetag''lbl)ncrin/ bte ba'.etroa^ t^utt ^Ufft> cine aafc^e^ 

fin, uneaide, une lavandiert. 

Charge, ciiie lajl, burbe, ber bcfebl/ bie anuertrauung ; 
ble forge, auft'icbt/ tjcrroaltung ■■, Hi eincc in jjerreat^rung 
\,oX: ba^ unit, biepi^td^t/ fd?ul5tg!eit/ o«nci?tung; bic an- 
flagcf befcbulbigung ; bie un^oilen, fojicn, au^jaben s ber 

augrijf/ anfall/ charge, far deau-., ordre ; foin,co7tduiie ; de- 
pot ; employ , commiffion ■■, accufution , information ; de- 
penfe ; choc, attaque. * Charge , (of a judge to the lawy- 
ers or jut)', ) Dccmabnung eine^ ridbter? an Dicjjartbcpcn/ 
advocaten |ober jurys, mercuria/e , exhortation du juge. 
To commit a thing to one's charge, cincnt CttBO^ anbcfcb- 
Un/0bcranucrtraucn/^£'»»c'" charge d' une chofe a quelcun, 
la luidonner en charge. He delivered what he had in char- 
ge, cr b«t ben bcfebl ou^gcric^tet; cr bat sctban / tva^man 

ibm $U rcbcn befoblcn/ ils'acquitta defa commijfion , ildecla- 
ra ce quil avoit ordre de dire. 1 have had a long time the 

chargejof them , fiefinblangeuntcrmcincr flufTid)t gcmefcn/ 
Us ont ete long terns fous ma conduite. This shall be your 
charge, laf[cteud)biefe^anbefebkn, angclcgcn fepn* nc^mct 

e^inacbt/ forget ba»ory void ce que vcusaun-zen charge, 
void ce dont vous prendrezfo'tn. I have a great charge, 1 am 
at great charge, ii^b>''begro|Teau^gttben. ^f/<j/^/Vw«/f lade- 
fenfe. That was not lix-peace charge to him, bfl5 hat i\)tl 
nie^t fccbs pfenutge gcfoftet/ cela ne luia pas coutejixfols. 
The charge of visuals 3,: cloches, bceu:!!o(!en Cbcr flusga? 
benfurfpcifeunb flcibung^ entretiende bouche ist d' habits. 

Thechargeof a gun, Vxi labung cinc^ fiucf^ obcr rcbt^, 



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lef ge'^ett ; ctnen bcfc^utbigcn, be'juc^ttgett/ anfkgen, i^m fe^ulb 
geben ; einem ettua^ anuettrauen.anbcfeblcn, ul>ergebcn,c'^«r- 

ger; mettreune charge fur; donner charge {prdre') i; char- 
ger (J 'ennemi ; ) depofer contre quelcun , / ' accufer ; commet 
tre aufoia de quelcun. 

Chargeable, fojibflt, tbeur, cher. To be chargeable 
to one, einem bcfd)n>erli(^ fallen/ Cbcrfet^H/ etre a charge a. 
quelcun. Meadows are lefs chargeable , bic wicfcn ft- 
ftcn ntc^t fo »iei lU ^alten / les prairies font de moindre en- 
tretien. 

Charged, gelaben, JC charge, ^c. f To charge. 

Charger, cine groifc fc^uifel/ w\ beef en/ «» grand plat, un 
bajfin. 

Charily, Adv. e.g. to keep a thing charily ; (chary,) ttvttui 

fe^r watlibalten/ rait groifer forge oermaiyreu/ garder une cbt*- 

fecbtrrement. 

Chariot, ein reagcn ; cine of enc f utfc^C/ r atefc^C/ char, cha- 
riot; carrojfefoupe. 

Charioteer, cill futfc^Ct , cocker. 

Charitable, liebretcf>,milb»Quttbatiggegcn V\t armeti, ber 
C^rt,ilicbeliebebat/i-6«r/Vfl^/f. Charitable ufes , gcttfcllgCf 

c^riilUdK TOcrcf c ober ocrraac^tnifie / alraofen , aeuvres pies^ 

charitez. 

Chiritablenefs , mitbigfeit/ gUtt^atigfe^'t / difpofitioft 
charitable. 

Charitably, milbiglic^ y flu^gutt^atf aui? d;ri<?lid)cr liebc/ 
charitablejmnt. Charitably inclin'd,guttt>atig/ geneigt beil 
arnten gutc^ ju ti)un, charitable. 

Charity, bic liebc; cbrijlHc^eUebe; bie mtlbigfcit, almofe*/ , 
charite. 1 live \\ am) in charity with all men, '\& tvunfchc fci^ 
nem nieilfcbcn niebt^ bofe^/^V ne veux mal a perfonne. To be 
out ofcharit)' with one*, einem ubclnjoUen/ ibmfeinb/ ober 

nt(^t roobl gcreogen fctjn, vouloirmal a quelcun. 

To chark coals, fo^len brcnnett/bolR iu foblen mac^cn//«/- 

re du charbon de bois. 

Chark-coal, eine bolg-f Or^lC/ charbon de bois. 

Charles-wain, ber grojfe bar am bimmel Ugrande ourfe. 

Charm, \i\t 5auberei), bererep/ beren'werc! ; ein iaubcrifc^c* 
jettelgcn ober briefgen ; bic anretBung,reiBu»a,anlocfunq; bic 
fd^onbcit/ liebli^feit, onmut^/ lierlid^fcit/ fd^one, iierli^fC/atP 
rautbige geflalt/ charme. 

To chirra, ettMd bejaubenti "rcifictt/ mxi\%v\ r attlo- 
cfett/ einnebiucn/ fcbr gefuUen / tn'»encunberung \<:%zvi, 

charmer; enchanter; charmer, ravir, plaire extrhmment. 
Mufickcharmestheear , \iit ntuflC flinget lieblic^ in bcil 
obrctt/ la muftque charme I'creille. To charm one's 

cod-piece, eiucm ben nctld uerfjiupffen/ tbn |um eblic^cn 

bei)fcblatf UntuC^tig mac^cn / noH'erraiguillette a. quelctm. 
To charm his ears to another man's tongue, fic^ Don einc^ 



la coarge dune arvie a feu. To take a great charge anbcmrebeeinne^mcnlajfcn /^/ff/^r ^tfjw^r <z»;ic d:/iV<j«/-.- 

uponone, f^ eincc groiJcn f^c^c unterfasQcn/ i\m grofic ' 

laiT auf fic^ ncbnien ; entreprendre une grnnde affaire , pren- 
dre ungrandfardeau fur fes epanles. To give the enemy 

a round charge, auf Un feinb tapffer hi geben, iijn tayfcr 

angreijfcrtf charger vigoureufemer.t I'ennemi. To lay a 

tiling to one's charge, cincn ctttja^ bcfcbHlbiflcn / be5ucbtt=^ 

gen , accufer quelcun d 'une chofe. Lay not this fm to their 
charge, rccbite ihncn btefc funbe nicbt 5U, m leur impute 
point cepeche. He denied the charge , er ttJOltC ba^jenige 

nicbt %iSxt%txi , roelTen man ibn beft^ulDiate , tin a les faits, 
quon lui imputotf. Rent-charge , le^"en^ ,- unfoficn , rente 
tnfeodee. 

To charge, etttjfl^Iabcn/ telabcn 
Un; (benfcinb) angreiffen, gnfallen / 



befcl)len; anbefeb' 
ttuf il)n fallen ober 



de quelcun. 

Charmed, bejaubcrt/-r;&«rw/. 

Charmer, eintauberet, eine^ejfe/ enckantettr, fncian- 

tereffe. 

Charming, bie bejaubcratjg, ba^bejaubern, :c. ra&ion 

ds ch.irmer, i^c. 

Charming, ^.be5aubernb/liebltc5,iicrli(^, fe^rfi^on, atp 
mutbig- angcHebnif cbarmant. 

Charnel-houfe, ein b€in-l>au§/ cbarnier. 
To charr, f To chark. 

CharrcbrcifigflnmpengcgoffenbUi)/^*^?^ Ungots (Jau- 

moms') deplomb. 

Charret, chariot, tint cttlcft^C/ einc Heine oifene futfe^c, 

carrojfe coupe, caleche. 

O 2 Char- 



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C H A. 



CHA. CHE. 



Chirtd, m miioticmmi'Ukf, carte/. \ Chattenng,m Qcf<i)Wdt^t,t><ii pUwhm, ^^S I/. The 

Charter> ctitc I)ncfffd)ajft/ gemclitc K^n'fft/ cm prlvilc- ! chattering of birds , t)a6 ftiigctt okr Slt){^cril t>ctmcU/e 
gium, eltte fonloUcOc fd^rifft Ot»cr bncff'lic^e UcrficOenmg ! f^/?«/ , on le g^zoiiillonent des oifeaux. A chattering of 



etnet tta&t O&cr etllfiJail&CJ/ cbanres, chartes., Chirter- 
houfe, clofrei* terSrtrtfjnufcr'menc^C; chartreufe. A char- 
ter of naturalization, citt gitrttiCU-brlcff) brtrtlllt mm\itiX\M 
t»en ^a^ burger -rec^t nittijct^eilct wirb/ knres de natura- 
llte. Charter -land, f. Freehold. Charter-party, eitt 

brief citte^ contracts itf ifd^eii beit f auif leutcii unb fcc4euj 
ten / acie pajfe entre des marchands iff des gens de ma- 
rine. 

Charvel, chSrvil, f. Chervil. 

Chary, f. Wary , Unb Charily. 

Chafe, cln tt)ter'gartc!r, m nialb/ cin i^clfi; bag fc^la^ 
flen / bn^ vcrfolgeii In bcr fluent auf ber fcc/ bie fiu^t ; bcr 
fall timi ^'M, ber fd;lag ; bcr cdrial cine^ armbrufle^; 

eilt fitlcfC/ /i/yrf; boisyforet; cbaffi',pourfuite; ch/iffe dans 
unjeude fainne-y couliffe d''arbalette; pinfon. I'hey fol- 

low'd the chafe too eagerly, fie ^abcii bcm fciiibc gar JU 
]()iRtg tiac^gejaget/ Us pom-fuhirent rennemi avec trop de 
cbalcur. 

To chafe, jctwa^ fcrtjagcn/ jagen ; nac^iagctt/ in bie 
f[uc^t trcibcH/ fc^lagcn ; mit golb obcr filbcr einfalfen/ ubcr-' 

jicl)C!t, chaffer; pourfuivre , donner la chaJJ'e ; encbajjer. 

To chafe away , Dcrjagcii / njcgtrcibcti / roegjageti / cbajjh; 

/aire fii'ir. 

* To chife, itt golb uttb filbergrabctt/ au^jlec^en/ clje- 

ler ou cizeler. 

Chafed, gcjagt; nacOgejagt; cingefaffet/ gefricbeii/ f/^«/- 

fe ; pourfu/vi; enchaff'e. A ship chafed, citl fc^iff / fo in 

ti'xt fiud?t getriebcn rcirb/ bem man nac^jaget/ vaijeau fur 

tequcl o» chaffe. 

Chifer, cin jager/ chajfeur. 
ChaferjS". m, <XVA^iA)yt , cifeleur. 

Chafm, ein m, xih cine offnung ber crbe'/ ?c. ■y«/V?, «?«- 

verture de terre , ^c. 

Chaft, feufc^/ juc^tig/ rein/ t^xUx, fc^am^afftig/ chaji. 
To chaften, eincn juc^tigett/ jirafcn/ chatter. 
Ch^ftened, gcjud^ticiet/ gcjlrafft / cbatie. 

Chaftcning, bie judjtigung/ firafc/ H^ jtSd^tigcn/ f^^- 

timent, I'aflion de chStier. 

To chaftize, cincn juc^tigctty |!rafen, cbatler. 

Chaftifed, gC|UCl)t,tgct/ chatii. 

Chartifemenr, bic jucfjtigutig/ ^rafc, chat'tment. 

Challifer, ber ti(X Jl'i^tigct obcr firafct / celul qui chatle. 

Chaftifiug, bic iuc^tigung, bos jiic^tigcn/ chatiment, /' 

nflJon de cbntier. 

Chaftity, W fcufc^^cit/ JUC^t/ chojiete. 

Chaftly, feufc^, iuc^tig/ chnjlement. 

Chaftneli, bic feufc^^cit/ chajlcte. 

Chdftly, fcufcf>/ SUf&tig/ chiijiement. 

Chkftncfs, bic feufc^f)cit, chajlete. 

Chifublc, cine cafcl, cin n»e§gcn;anb//^/7/«/5/<r. 

Char, cin gcfc^n)4lJC/ plaubcrct)/ bahil. To hold chat, 
^flaubcrn, fd)ma^cn, n)afd)cn. caufer. 

To chat, ft^nJatjcH/ ivafcf)cn/ babUler^ caufer. 

Chattels, »ic{), lanb/ gutcr, obcranbcrc fac^cn/ fo iemanb 
|Ugcl)orcn, Cbcr fcin eigcn finb/ /« biens d'utie perfonne, ce 
qui I a en fon propre. 

To chatter, plaubcrn/ wafC^Crt/ fd)tt)aftcn / babillert cau 
Jer. 1 hear a bird chatter, ii) l)6rc cincn OOgcl JTOi^crn, 
girrcn, J'entens un o'feau qui gazouille. His teeth chat- 
ter with cold, fcine ia^ne flappcrn vor U\U, les dents hi 

(laguent de froid. 



teeth, ^ai jabuf liippern / daquement des dents. 

Chattering birds, jroifjCmbe UOgel/rtV/ oifeaux qui gazo- 
iiilleitt. 

ChStter-py, Ctncclflcr/ bicbfl fc^roa^Ct/ une pie qui park. 

Chatting, ^<xi gefc^TOaBC/ bai? plaubcnt, babil. 

A chatting houfevvife, cinc fi^rodficrin/ cin fc&»(J^^af< 

tC9 Weib/ une caufeufe, babiUarde. 
Chatwood, 5. |!rnUCl^C/ brojfaillcs. 
Chaiildron, f. Chaldron. 
Chaunce, f. Chance. 

* Chaw, cine^ fc^ttjctns badfcn / bajoue. 

To chaw, &c. f. To chew, Sec. 

Cheap, n)0()lfcil / a bon marcbe. Better cheap, cin bcf^ 
fcr fauff/ roohlfeilcr / a meilleur viarcbe. Dog-cheap, ^ax 

JU n(ot)lfci{/ fpott ttio^lfect/ «ni cincn gan<? gerin^^cn prci«, 

a vil prix. He makes himfelf too cheap, cr ntac^Ct ficf) 

gar ju gcmcin / i/fe prodigue trop. 
To cheapen,ctn)agfeilfc^cn/nacf> bcm prci^cinc^ binges fr»i 

gen/ Jtiarchander ., demander le prix de. 

Chcapen'd, gcfcilfcfjt dont on a demande le prix. 

Cheapener, S. fcilfc^er/ fcilfd)crin/ tnarcbandeur, mar- 
chandeiife. 

Cheapening, tXliJ fcilf(^en / V aflion de demander le 
prix. 

Cheapnefs, WO^lfcilcr fauf/ gcringcrprei^/ bon marcbe. 

Cheapning, f. Cheapening. 

Chear, cheer, bic fpcifung/ bcttjirt^ung/ tractamcnt; 
\iai gcfic{)t/ angeficl)t; bcr mut^; frolic^cry Uifiigcr/ gutcr 

ntUt'^/ chere, regale vifage ; courage. To make good 
chear, roof)! fpcifcn / j»o{)l cffcn/ wo^llcbcn / /r/Vf /^o«»<? 
chere. Heavy chear , bic jfi^rocrmut^ / fc^n)crmiitf)igEcit/ 
trijieffe. What chear .' ttie gc^Ct^? JDic fic^et^? com- 
ment vous va ? 

* A chear at fca , ciii freubcn^gcfc^rct) bcr fcc4eute / «r- 

clam.1t ion de gens de iiier. 

To chear, to chear up, cincn crfrcucn / frcubig/ frolic^/ 
luftig mad)cn/ cincn trojlcn/ cxmnntetn, autmnntcrn/ i^^m 
cincn nuitf) mac^cn, cin bcri? cinfprci^cn; fi<^ frolic^ obcr 

lufJig ntad)Cn/ cincn mntl) faffCU/ rejoHir', animer; fe re- 
ju'tiir, prendre courage. Howchearyou? n)icgct)CtflCUC^? 
TOic lebct il)r ? comment vous va ? 

J, beared up, gctroflct/ aufgcmuntcrt / angcfrifc^ct/ re- 

joiii, finime. 

Chearful, frifcf) unb gcfuMby nmntcr/ ^urtig, lufJiO/ fro* 

lic^/ frcubig/ difpoSfgay, joyeux, cnjme. With a cjiearful 
mind, gauB TOilliii/ X\\ froiid)fcit. lu^ig/ frcubig/ gayement. 
Chearfiilly, frolicf), luflig, frcubi?/ gayement. 

Chcarfulnefs, bic frolicf^Fcit/ Ittjl/ frcubC/ sutcr mut^ 

gayet^, joye, bonne humeur. 
Chearly, f. Chcarfully. 
Cheary, f. Chearful. 

Cheat, bcr bctrug/ \)\t bctrugercj)/ !)intcrlifl/ fpifttubc* 

ret); cin bctrugcr/ tdufcljcr/ W\.^MSii, fourbe; tromoeur, 
fripon. To put a cheat upon one , cincn bct ^Ctt f 
tromper quelcun. 

To cheat, cincrt bctrugcrt/ ^intcrgc'^cn / tromper, four- 
ber. To cheat at play, falfc^ fpiclcn/ tromper au jeu, 
tricher. 

' heated , bctrogcn / trompi. To keep one's fclf froin 

being cheated, ftcf> n)ot)l i-ocfc^n/ ba^' cuicr ai(1E>t bctro* 

gen recrbC/ fc garder de furprife, .' 

CheatcTj 



To cheep, f. To peep. 
Cheer, &c. f. Chear, &c. 
To cheer up, &:c. f. To chear up, &c. 
Cheery, f. Cheary. 

Cheele, itt U\i , /romage. Cream-cheefe , fdfc tJOtt 
mild)'Va^m gemai^t/ fromage a la ahr.e. Cheefe half 



CHE. CHE. top 

Cheater, cilt Bctruaer / trompeur. 
Cheating, betbctruSy tic>Ctru9C«9/ i>fl^ tdtVi^W, four- 
be, Vafi'ivn de t romper. 

Cheatingly , bctruglic^ , bettfigerifc^cr wcifc / par trom- 

ferie. 

Check , \<fyx^ im fd^ac^fpiel ; citt ocrtu^ ; cin unglucfli- 
cl^cr jufall, un^lucf ; cin ucrreeiF. ri\^,a\\i^v:ViiX,echec; per-', melted, & fpread upon bread, U]e,itt ^alb gcfc^moificn/ 
re; Tjui/^eur; reprimande. * Check, ctn Jug bep elnctun-] unb auf brotl gefcftniietct t|t/ 'vrw^^ft/w- i^- 'Tis no more 
tcrfcferifft , panphe, pnur empecher la contrefaflion d'un like than chalk is like cheefe, fic i)abcn 9iJtlB fcine 9Ut4>- 
eait. The ckecks of confcience, t)ie beftrafuiig/ obetba^ ; bcit mit cinan&cry Hn'ji a point du tout de rsffemblance. 
nagcil bcs gerctlfeite/ /?/ remors de la confcience. To,keep ; P. You would make me believe the moon is made of 
a dieck upon one, cineil im Jflum ^\i\tin,tenir quelcun en ' green cheefe, i^r nJOUt mid) ukittticn, ba§ tt)tn'§ fc^U>arB 
h-ide. To give one's paflion a check, fetnctl iOrtl/ O&Ct , i%vousvoudriez- bien me faire accrotrey que les etoiles font 
^int htQXtX'ii \>t\mn%tn , \nxvid\^a\t<ni dompter, rep7hner 
fa paffton. To take check at a thing, \\dj aii ctroaiS dt- 

^ern, <yt>er Ueffcn/ ctroas ufcel auftic^men/ /«■ fcandall- 

fer de quelque chofe, en etre off'enfe. Check -mate, f. 
Mate. 

To check, ttX6Ai jurucf ^aUett/ ^cmmctt/ iaumcn, he 
ycoimtn, bdmpffen; citieti aujftleen , i^nt etnen uerroei^ 
jbo-auspuser gebeti/ if)ii mit rcortcn ftrafen/ cermaftnen/ 

repJimer, dompter, cenfurer , reprhnander. To check 
one's talk, cinem \iQA maul ftopfcil/ arriter quelcun tittt 
court. 

Checked, |un1c! ge^ttlten, jc. ««v/f, (i^r. 

Checker, f. Exchequer. Checker - board , f. Chels 



board. Checker-wife, rourtfcltc^t ^« ecbiquier. Checker- 
work, eingclegtc »urrfli(^te arbeit/ marqueteriey ouvrage 
en ecbiquier. 

To checker, ecngclca^c orbett mac^en, ettta^ bunt ma 

d^eU/ mit cicleil farbcn untcrfc^eiben/ marqueter, biga^rer. 



des papillottes, ou, que le blanc eft noir. Cheefe-curds, 
(JUiirif / gcronnene milc^/ lait caille. Cheefe-fat, cheefe- 
vat, ein fafe-naptf, f d|Vmcbc(, edijfe. Cheefe-cake, ein Eds 
fC'-hlc^ert/ talmoufe. Cheefe-monger, cin fdf«sNmcr/ /?o- 
mager. 

Cheif, &c. f. Chief, &c 

Chekie, f. Checkered. 

Chequer, &:c. f. Checker, &c. 

To cherish, ctTOas fc^rlteben/ fc^t wcrt^ ^alfett/ ttiente- 
be erircitcn; begcn/ untcrt)alten/ nchren, er{)alten, werfors 
gen; warm ^alten; (einem pfcrbe) licbfofcny cberir; en- 

tretenir, nourrir ; echauffer; carejfa- {un cheval.') To 

- cherish one's memory , ciiien nid^t ava fcinem gcbdt^tnif 



qutte 



Checkered, bunt; Dielfdrbig/ eingclcgt, bigarre, mar- 'cberir, &c. f. To 
ete. Checkered, cheeky, ( njic cin roapcn<(^ilb) mit I Chem, &c. f. Ch; 



lajTcH/ cherir le fouvenir de quelcun. 

Cherished, rcert^ ge^alteH/ ;C. cberi, ifc. 

Cherisheri bcr, obcr bic ba ctwa^ njert^ ^dlt ic. 

ou celle qui cberit, ifc. 
Cherishing , bic ^cc^iic^tuntf / iai ^egeH/ :c. l^afllm de 



celui 



cherish, 
urn, Sec. 



»icrccfid;tea ftgurm oon metal unb farbcn rownfcl^rocife ge-- ' Cherry, cine firfc^e,. cerife. Cheny^-ftone , ein ftrfc^- 
ma\iit,ecbiquete. * That ^rmce's reign is checkered f cm / r.nyau de cerife. Cheny'-tree, ein firfc^-'baunty un 
■With good and evil, bic|C5 ^urjten regiemngiii mitgutcni ceri/h-r. Cherry - orchard , ein f irfc^ - aarten , cerifaye. 
Mnb bo|cm l'Crmifd;et/ le regne de ce prince eji bigarre de Cherry-cheeks, rpt|)e bflcfetl, des joUes vermeilles. Cher- 
oten iff de mal. . „ . _. 

Ch^/ckmate, fc^ac&matt/ ecbec iff mat. 

To check-mare, f. Mate. 

Checkroil, checquer-roll, bcr %<kOX be^ fiaufc^ CtrtC^ 



f. Mate. 



Sontgs, cbet |onjt einer grcifen rerfon, i'stat de la maifon 
du Roi, ou d'lme pe7fo}tne de qualite. 

Checkt, f. Checked ■ 

Cheeky, \. Checkered. 



r)'-pit, bad gtublcin unten am Hnnt,fo£ctte. 

Cherfonefe, cine l)alb-infcl/ cberfonefe. 

Cherub, cherubin, ein C^ctub/ cherubin. 

Chervil, fdrbf}, cerfeuiL 

Ch^fd, f. Chifel. 

Cheslip, cine frf)n>einlau^/ pou de cochon. 

Chefhut, cmtU^oixyxt, chataign^. Ch^fnut- tree, cilt 
pv . ,- : . ^Uyi^nmvMwxat fcften-'baum , cbataignier. Cheihut-plor, 

r^!^ ' -'," •" ' ^'"^ WJngC/ joue. Hogs-cheek, tm i cin f afranien^realb , chataigneraye. Cheliiut- colour, fa; 

Ki)n)em^-ru||cl , grom de cockon. The cheeks «f a prin- ; flanien^braun, fcftcn-'braun, chatein. 
^%T,'- '"?/ ^^'^f^ flufgertc^tcte itucFe eincc brucfer^ i Ch^ii, \)^i fc^ac^.fpiel, ecbecs. Chefs-man, tix\ fchad)-- 

^^rtl£dl^r;!'\ ""' ^'''^'- f^^'^'^' "^ ^ "'^"' ^^^"^ ^ ^^^'"' ^''" "^'^ ''^'"- Chefs-board, ein f«^act>''bret, 'ecki- 
jcraus|tcl)enbe flucfe m cmera xa<i.^i, gemelles, damps, ga- \ quier. 

i"21'::^.?-}L^}'^.^^^ °^' ? ^°°^' J'ie gegrabene arbcit I Ch^ft, tin fatten, cine fifte, caife, coffVe. A cheft of 

drawers , cirt fc^rancf mit fd^icbfaficn / cabinet , bureau. 
A man's cheft, Ht brifll zi^Xii menfcfeert/ la poitriae d'un 
b§mmc. cheft-founder'd , ubcrritten, weim ein pferi 
nen athcm ntC^t nutjt ^at; courbatu, furmene. 



teng* cmer tourpfojictt, moulure, lehng des jambages d'u- 
^e p^te. The cheeks of the ballance, bet arirf t^Un an 
ma mm, ^vaji de baUr.ce. Cheek by joU, munblid), 
won angenc&t 5u angeilc^t; the a tete. * To oo cheek by 



^le with one, bep einem ^etae^cn. mit cincm juglcic^ ge^ 
^cn, al3 rocnn man feiac^ guic^en ware, alkr du pair% 

TlT'^r 'T^^'^T- ^^^^^-^on^r b«9 ben am ba. 
tfen, ber fmnbacfen, I'os de la joue. Lheek-teerh, t^ic 

dc du/Jrd '^'"'""'''^'^'^'"- Cheek-varnish, fd)milU 
Cheeked, f.^blub-cheeked, etn pmmd,Joufflu. 

Hollow-cheeked, tec cmgcfaUenc barfen %9,x, qui J les 

joues enfoy.csci. * 



pferb fe;- 



Cheiled, e. g. hdllow-chefted, bcc einc grcjfe unb njcitf 

brut? bat/ qui a une grande iff large poitrine. 

Chev-age, cine auflage , fo \)\t fc^iffe vorma^l^ i^ren §e»; 
ren geja^let , forte de tribut, que les vaijfeavx payoient a 
leurs feigneurs. 

Cheveril, cheveril-leather , (in jiegcnfcU, gcipfcll/ cbe- 
vrotin, peau de cbevre. * A cheveril confcience, eitf 
reeitCil geroiffen/ un confcience l/rrje. 

Chevron, chevcron, ein baldC/ ein quet^filcfey chevron. 
O 3 Chevin, 



iio CHE. CHI. 

Chevin, frifc^cr f)fOc!fiifc6/ cabllleau. 

Chevronec, m, I)all5er bale! e in etiicnt fcfjilbC/ ejlaye. 

t Chevifance, S. (a la\v-termc) u!irecl;tmdf igcr, betcugc- 

rifcl)Crf)atll)Cl/ «» lyian-hc injiijle ou frauduleux. 

To chew, ctma^ f duett/ fauett/ mit Den jtt^nen jcrmal-- 

IttClt/ m&cher. To chew the cud, njietcrfduetl/ rum'tner, 
remacher. To chew the cud upon a thing, ctwa^ ubet^ 
Icgctt/ bcbendPeU/ rummer quelque chofe. To chew a man's 
tuinc, eincn fuc^cn \ni UtHxhW \\X Wm^^/ tramer laru- 
ine de quelcun. 

Chewed, gefauct/ mache. 

Chewing, t)a^ faueit/ K. ration de macher. A chew- 
ing of the cud, ba^ uUxUsm/ 5et)encfen/ /'ai^ion de ru- 
mmer. 

Chibbol, elite jwickl »on fleitter att/ cihule, dbou- 

Jette. 

Chicane, S. er chicanery, Jungcn'&refc^Cfet)/ UXh^mWi 
fce^ rCC^t^/ chicane, chicaner'ie. 

fo chicine, F. iv. uttttot^ise re(^t^-^dnt)el anfaiigctt/fca^ 

yccl)t J)ert)rcl)€n / chicaner. 

Chlch, chich-peafe, fic^Cfetbfctt/ ^o/V r/&/V/>^. 

Chick, chicken, citt p^ttlcin / juttgec ^a^n / />o«A/'. A 
chick new-hatch'd, eiit jutigcr 6af)iT/ t»er nUcrcrll m?> ber 
eperfc^ale gef omnien ill/ «» poujfm. Chfcken-pox, citie art 
bcr fiiibcr-blattern / fo balb ttjicbcr roegge^en / petite verole 

volante. Chick-Weed, t)uncr'J)arm / moron. 

Chid, chidden, flU^gtfc^Oltetl/ U^XiX'^% , gronde^ ifc. f. 
To chide. 

Chid jjl auc^ ba^ imperf. WW to chide. 

To chide, elneti fc^clteti/ mtt njorten flrafctt/ bejtrafctt/ 
«u^ma(^cn/ il)m eincn jtll?/ »en»et^/ flu^puBer gekn/ mit 

tt)ni Jflncf en / ^''owt/ifr, querelUr, ^e facher cuntre quelcun^ 
le reprimander. 

Chider, \itx, V\t ba M^6)\\t, jlrafct/ ctncrt nxmx^ giebt/ 

}C. celui., celle qui gronde, <^c. 

Chiding, ba^ au8fcf)clteH/ au^moc^en / jmicf en / I'a^ion 

de grander, i^c. f. To chide. 

Chief, \>zx, Vxt, ober l)a^»ornct)mfle/0l)erjle/f)6^|le/ />?■/«- 

cipal, premier, fouverain. To be the chief mourner, bfl^ 
tWUer-gelcite fut)i:en/ mener ledeuil. The Lord chief ju- 

ftice of England, bcr obct-ric^ter ober ^oc^fie rtcl)tcr '\\\ ^n-- 

gellrtnb/ le chef de jujiice en Angleterre. Chief clerk, ein 
Ober-'fc^rciber/ mattre clerc. A commander in chief, ein 
Cbcrjtei* befe^l«t)aber / comtnendant en chef. 

Chief, 5". cin general/ felb^crr/ ber obcrfle befeT)l^^aber; 

ta« VOrne^m^C in Cincm roapen / general, commandant en 
chef; chef, (terme de blafon.) 

Chiefeft, bet/ "^h obcr \)Qi.i »orne^m|ie/ j>ber(te / tiaupt- 

\^^\\^^^lprincipal, capital. 

Chieliy, l)Orne{)mltcl;/ infonber^cit/ pmicipalement. 

* Chieftain, etrt t)aupttnartn/ t>Q.i ^aupt/ ber obcrfie/ ca- 

pitaine. 

chieves, bie fdbcn an einer blute cber blume/ les filets 

des fleurs. 

Chilblain, eirte gcf(^tt)ut(l tjon ber falte m ben fingern 

»ber \^^t\\i engelure. 

Child, eiu finb/ <?w/^«^ Children, !lnber/r«//7»T. F6- 
fter-child, eirt pffege-ftub/ ein finb fo con etnem aufcrjogen 

tt)tlb/ nourriffon. God-child, eltt pat^C/ Cttt tauff-Hinb/ 
filleul. To jget; a woman with child , etne frau fcfjiudn- 
gertt/ engrojjer une femme. To be with child, to be great 
(big) with child , fc^njangcr fepn / itre enceinte {grof/e. ) 

From a child, oon bcr wiegeti m, »on tinb^eit auf/Uon |u^ 
gejlb auf/ des I'enfaHce, des le bas age. To be pafl a 



CHI. 

child, fetn Xvc^i mc'^r fe^Jt/ n'hre plus enfant. Part child- 
bearing, btc fo alt worbcn/ U^ fic feine finbcr l^abcn \m, 

qui eji hors d'age d" avoir des enfans. Child-birth , bie 
9ebdt)rung/ gcburt/ enfaniement. Child-bed, bfll5 ftnbbctt/ 
les couches d'une femme. Childbcd-linnen, baiJ Iclniuai'.b^ 

jeug einer frau, 'hk xxi bie reoc^en gefommen/ ia;fette de 

femme en conche. 

Childhood, \Ai finb^eit/ enfance. 
Childermafs-day, f Innocentsday. 
Childing, f. Child-bearing, uittCt Child. 
Childish, finbifc^/ enfa7itin, pueril. 

Childishly, fitibtfc^/ finbtfcl;er miit, njte ein finb/ puerl- 

lement, comme un enfant. 

Childishnefs, btc finbtfc^e art/ \>'xiXxxCii\{<6:)t, \>\x\)\%t 

WefCtt/ humeur ou maniere d''agir enfantine,pueriHte. 

Childlefs, o|ne Ftnbcr, bcr/ bie feine Einber %9X,fans en- 

fant, qui n'a point d' enfant. 
Children, finbCV/ enfans. 
Chiliails , f. Millenaries. 

Chill, erfrof)ren/ U\t, ber btc li\it ntcf)t tjcrtra^cn fa«/ 

frilleux. Chill with cold, bcr »or fdltC fd;auert/ qui trem- 
ble de froid. 

To chill, ttxi^(M fait mac()en/ mac^en/ baf' etwa^ fc^auert/ 

erfricrct; fricrCH/ gcfrleren/ rendre frilleux, f aire trembler 
de froid; gekr, tranfir de froid. 

Chilled, crfro^rctt/ qc^Xl>XCl\/ frilleux ; gele. 

Chilly, f. Chill. 

Chilnefs, bcr fc^auer non bcr fdltC/ bk U\U,friffon. 
Chime, \)U glocEcn'fcl)lagen/ ctn glocfcii'-fpicl/ carijlon. 
To chime the bells, bicglocfcu fc^lagctt/ rtuf ben glocfen 

fplclcn/ carillonner. 

■* To chime in with one, V. N. iemanb^ met)nurt9 tref^ 

fCrt/ cirtC^ finned mit il)m fctjrt/ donner dans le fens de quel- 
qu'un. 

Chimera, cin gcbid)tC/ cine fcltf^me etnbilbung; m iv^ 

bic^tCtCfil WUnbcrtbter / chimere. 

Chimerical, erbic^tCt/ eingcbilbct/ chimerique , imagi- 
naire. 

Chimift, f. Chyraifl:, &c. » , 

Chimmar, fimar, cincS ?5ifc^offi^ fd^ttjar^er rocf ol^tte er^ 

mXifimare. 

Chimney, cin famitt/ f($or(teln; fcuermeuer/ chcminh. 
Chimney-piccc, baj? gemdf)lbe obcr cinsegrabcn rocrcf uoni 

am f antin/ tableau de cbeviinee. Chimney-hook, citl l>acf cn 

\\\ cincm famin/ barcin man bie fcucr-jangc unb f(l;auffet 

Icget/ croiffant de cheminee. Chimney-fwecpcr, iiw fcucr^ 
mduer-f e^rcr/ f amin^feger/ ramonneur de cheminic. Chim- 
ney-money, bie auflagc auf bie Hxaxwtifu'uage. Chimney- 
money-man, bcr folc^ gelb fiSr bie famine cinfammlct/ col' 

Icfleur du foliage. 

Chin, "bai filltt/ menton. A Lady that thruits her 
chin into her neck, cine bantC/ btC fid) bruffct/ obcr bo^ 
finn in btW nacfcn jicljct/ une da7>ie qui fe rengorge. Chin- 
cloth, ein finn?tuc^lein untcr bcr baube cber raafque ct^ 
mivaiiHh\\\}^i, mgntonniere. Chin-cough (^ro chine- 
cough,) cine art eine^ gettjaltigcn \>\\^txii , forte de toux 

fort violente. 

China, China-w;ire, porcclatt/ irbcne twaare fo au^ ^hm 

fommt/ porcelaine. China-orange, cine €l)ineflfc^e pomC* 
ranBC/ orange de la Chine. 

A china-man, or woman , citt porcclan-'frdnicr Obcr M^ 
mcritt/ un fayencier ou fayenciere. 

Chine, bcr rucfgraat/ echine. A chine of beef, eilf 
lenbcn-flucf oon cincm rlnbC/ une echine de bceuf. A cliine 

of 



CHI. 

of pork, ettt r5cf fiud cinci (djmini, ech'mie Jeporc. The 
chine of a horfe's back, ^\t Icntctt ettte^ pferbc^z les reins 
d'un cbival. Chine-cough, f. Chincough. 

To chine, eincni i?ic IciiDen entjaepfd^lagcn/frnfr.rom- 

^re les reins. 

Chink, cine fpaltc, ein n§/ riS/ fca^ kc^jctt/ ttuffpoUctt/ 
fluftt)un; * flcitl geli)/ /^«/<r, ouvertura * /imVe wo«- 

♦ The chiak of mony , te^ gdtc5 Hanj/ /?/o» flV /' 
mgent monnoyi. 

To chi'nk, auffpaUeit/ aitfreiffen ; fltngcn xoit^^^Jecre- 
vsffh", timer, rendre un fon cumme roigent. 

Chinked, aufgcfpaltcn, flufgeritfett/ crexaJfL 

Chinned , e. g. Idng-chinned , J)CC Ctn langC^ f tltlt %OXi 
tut a un grand mentor.. 

Chip,fpfl^n,fpdb!IC ocn \)X\f>^^\i<\^-ei^\\t,co^eau,planUrt. 
Chips (of bread,) flciti abge|'ci)!Jittcnc rintcM brctt^/f^a- 
felures. 'Orange-chips, fomeraitecil-fc^ntttgctt/ orangea- 
de. P. 'Tis a chip of the old block, cr i\i fctnem Jjotcr 
0{etC^ , f '<?/? «« eh an til Ion de la fiece. P. It rafts ju It li- 
ke a chip in porredge, c3 b'.Jt gan^ fetnen gefc^mai/ <rf/^ 
»'<7 <7j/raw /o.'//. He is like a chip in porredge, cr reirb 
ntC^S fiU6ricf)teit cr Xmctt JU ntc^t^ / H ne fait ni bien ni 
ntal. P. He llts on horleback as a chip upon a block, 
erfmct mit cincr \ibx fcfclccf?te« art auf ciiicm pfcrbc/ // 

vionte un cheval de tres mauvaije grace. Chip-ax , citl 
trcite^ bct't/ une doloire. 

. To chip, {la^u mac^ett/ etrco^ |u fpo^itcn'mac^cn/ ^m 

%(bi\,fa2re des coupeauxy couper menu. To chip bread, 

»on bcni bn>&te fcte ritibc flein ubfc^rtcibcn, abfc^abctt/ f^* 

^/p r , eaouter du pain. 
.Chipped, JH fpd$nctt gciltac^t K. reduit en c9peetix,ifc. 
Chipping, \>ai mac^cn ber fpd^nC/ JC. I'aflion de faire 
des copeaux, is'c. \. To chip. Chippings of bread, abgc- 

fc^abtcy cbcr t\m abgcfs^nittrtc tinbm bc^ brob^/ cbape- 

leures. 

Chiro'grapher, ber fc^rcibcr ber gclb'-ftrafcif/ le greffia- 

des aviendes pscuniaires. ' • 

Chfromanq,-, feas wa^rfagcn flu^ ben Mnben/ bJe fun^ 
an* ben bdnbcu ju n5al)riag€n/ chiromande. 
Chiromantical, n)j^ jum nw{)rfa9ett au^ ben ^dnbcn gc^ 

I)Orct/ flV /rf cbirojnance. 

To chirp, gjrrcn/ fingen/ iiPt^crn; pipeR/ ramager^ga- 

ZO'uiller, chanter; pepier. 

Chirping, bo^girrcny fingen/ jrei^cni/ mtvi, ramage, 

rtflion di; ramager, ^c. 

To take a chirping cap, f;c^ froll^/ luf!tg maiden/ fi($ 
tUUn mutt) tlti:jc!cn/ /e rejouir, hire alaigrement. 

Chirurgery, \, Surgery. 

Chirurgical, jur rcunbartmcp'funfl ge^orfg/ cbirurgical. 

Chirurgeon, f. Surgeon. 

Chilel, eiii mcilTcl; ecu fc^rotcifcn, cifeau a graver eu 

*felue "*°'^' ^^^'^"' "^^ Sffroc^cnc flrbeit/ ci- 

To chlfel, «• chi22le, K .4. grflbcH, <!ec^en, ausfc^nu 
fCitt/ flUsmeifleUl/ couper y t tiller avec un oifeau. Trover, 
cifeler. J ' £> 

Chit, cm fdfikm; cin rcfiig bubc^en obcr nidgbgcn; ctn 
pccf, emc lommcr-'frreiTe m angcfic^tC/ petit chat; petit 

moi-aeux, petite morveufe ; rouffiur. 

To chit, mit ber ttjur^d ou^ ber etbc fc^ieiTen; roati,^t% 

pouj/er la racme hors de terre. ' ' n ' '* ' 

-^^^'""i"""/-' ^^"^"!?;' »«f<^«' ffecfe.rcuigcraac^tc 
l!««me^ boudinsya«douilles; tripes natoyees^boyattx. 



CHI. CHO. Ill 

I Chitty-face, cm Rein gefie^te; ctn xt%i% ftnb; m t^tx, 

tolpcl; un petit vij'age; morveux ; unfot, badaut. 

Chfvage, )' Chevage. 

ChiVahy, bte ritterfd)aft / rcuterct*; ber ritter-'bienft ; 
tin flbcUc^ \t%m:^t, chevale-iie i fef neble. Court of 
chivalry, f. Marshal-court. 

Chives, f. Gives. 

Chizel, f. Chifel. 

To choak , &c. f. To choke, &c. 

Chock, chuck, cin fd)lfl9 untcr t)Ai ftrttt/ em flngriff u«* 
tcr bem f inne / foUbarbe. 

Chocolate, f^cccItJtC cbocolate. 

A chdcolate-pot, cinc fc^PCOlabcn-fannC/ une cbecolatiere. 

A chocolate-lHck , or chocolate-mill , cin fc^OCOlaben^ 
AttCrl/ un moulinet. 

•f-Chode, ift cin altc^ imperfeftum bed verb* to chide, 
c'ejl un vieux preterit du verbe to chide. 

Choice, S. bic reaH; bic crtpct)lung; bte mcngc/ rctc^ 
Ik^er uberfluC" an fac^ctt/ untcrfd?iebene f&rten ccn ciner 

moarC/ \i<H monauslefcn lo^n,cbcix, triage; elefiion; va- 
riete,ab(tr.dance. Of one's own choice, pen fiC^ fclbjf/ 

freprciuig/ «on frcpen ^\\d<xi,de gr eagre. Iputir {} leave 
it) to your choice, t(^ gc'be euc^ bie reabl/^V vous laijfe 
cboifir. To make choice, \it\)\tn, flttslefcn/ faire un tri- 
age. The choice of his troops , bcr fern, bie auicrlcfcn^ 
flen/ bic bc^en pon fctnen trouppen/ I'elite de fes troupes. 
Take your choice, crwe^let/ njclc^c3 t^r tPoUet, t^ut tPiiiJ 
CUC^ gut toxiijti prenez vStre parti, faites ce que vousvou- 
dreZ: I should not be long in the choice of my death, 
ic^ rcurbc micti nicfit lange befinnen/ waig fur cineii teb ic^ 

eriDe^lcn foUC/jV n^ befitei-ois pas long terns a cboifir le gen- 
re de ma mat. He has great choice of commodities in 
his shop, fein lobcn ift mit oUcrlct) n3aarcnpcrfe^en//fl bou- 
tique eft fort bint garni e, ou afflrtie. 

Qhince, A. auJerlcfeny fjetrlic^, trejflic^/ PortrcffUc^/ 

beau, cboici, excellent. 

Choicely, fc^r ipcrt^/ fe^r Ueb/ mit grpffer Uebc obe? 

fcrgfjlt/ cherement, avec foin. 

Choiceneis, tk treffIc(J?!ett , bfc flcfc^tcflic^fcit / bamtt 
man ttxoai t^V^ti maniere delicate dont on fait quelque 
cbofe. 

Che ire, ba^ C^cr ttt CJncr !irc^C/ lechceur d'ufie eglife. 

Choke, 5". the choke of an artichoke ctn artifc^ocfett* 
bart« le foin d'un articbaud. 

To choke, cincn reurgcny cntjurgcn/ erittcfen, itrangler, 
fuff'oquer, etouff'er. To choke (choke up) a pipe, cine 
ro^rc anfuUcn obcr peritopffcn/ ia% uid[)t^ burc^laulfcn fan/ 

engorger, boacher un tuyau. 

^ Choked , tmxixqt , crficft, etrangle , fuffbque. I am 
e'en choked for want of drink , ber gauraen ficbt niir uor 
burft iUfamntcn / je meurs de foif Choked up, PCTjlopf t/ 
angcfuUet/ engorge, boucbe. 

Choke-pear, cmc jircnge bimc/ eine bime/ bte ba ojurgct/ 

poire d^ango'iffe. 

Choke-vetch, choke-weed, fc^mecrfraut/ tigne. 

Choking, bo^ ttJiirgcrt/ ertSurgcUy JC. I' action d'etren- 
gler, ifc. f. To choke. 

A choky pear, cinc jlrenflc birnc/ cine bitnc/ Vxttio^ t»ur* 

^ttipoire d^angoif/e. 

Choler, bie galle; ber y^Xn, bile; colere. 

Chdiera-mdrbus , ciac magcnifrancf{)cit/ l^ man obm 

Unb untj!! purgirt/ cbolera-morbus. 

Chdlerkk, gflJJfucfetlg; iwnig/ gd^iormg/ biHeax; co- 
lere. 

Chdiick, 



Hi 



CH O. 



Chdlick, Sec. f Collck, &c. 
To chfjofe, &c. f. To chufe, &c. 

Chop, cine fc^iu'ttc; ctii abgcfc^tuffett jlucfC/ citt U^cn, 

tranchcy morceatt. faU(^Chap. Chops, t)tc finn^^acfctl/ 
machoire. His chops are alwayes going, ec ijfct ]tcU/ fa ma- 
choirevatoujotirs. * To fct one's chops a watering, cl' 
ticm H^ maul roajieric^t mai^ert / falre venir l 'eau ^ in bou- 
che. His chops are greafy , his chops shine with greafe, 

f«ine lippcn fint> ganlj mit fctt Bcfcl^miei'et ^ la graijje re- 

/uitfurfes levres. A slap on the chops , cine tttnul ' fc^cUC/ 

unfouflet. The chops ofa vice, &ic fcacEen an eittem fc^raHb^ 

ftocElciU/ macholres d ^etau. 

* The chops of the British channel , bcf tltuttb bet tttccr? 

cngcf imtfcOen Swncf reic^ «iil» gngelfltib/ I' embouchure de 

la ynanche Brhannique. 

To chop, ctit5a^^acfett> |crl)acfc_rt > jerfc^neibett/ burcf)^ 
fc^ncibcit/ iuf)auc« ; tau|'«^eti/ Deitaufcf;eit / Dcrnjec^fcln, 

couper, trancber ; troqutr, fa'tre un troc. * To chop Lo- 
gick with one, nttt clnem bifpUtifCtt / difputer avec quelcun. 
To chop off, ab^aucrt / ab{)adfe»/ couper, trancber. * To 

chop at a thing , nac^ ctiMi grciffcrt ; e5 crgrciffctt / cr^afcOen, 

tacher de prendre une chofe ; /« haper. To chop in , (into) 

iplcijUc^/ «n«crfet)cn« \)imn fommeo/ unb ubcifallett/tlbcrrum* 

pellt/ entrer fubitement , ^ dans ledejje'tn de furprendre. 
The wind chops about, bCJ* Wtub f C^rct fic^/ /^ wwr tourtie, 
Hechopthisfpade upon a potofmoney, cr tfaf mlt fci- 
Iter fc^auffel Citien tOpff^OU gclb m , U donna de fa beche un 
fot d'' argent. 

* Chop-church, eitte tJcrtuec^^luitg bcf pfarrett/ />^rw»- 

tation de benefices. 

Chopped, chopped off, jcrfc^ntttCtt / (ibgC^flUeit/ coupii 
tranche. 

Chopping, chopping off, ba^ l^fldfcrt/ flb^auctt/ IcTa^ion 
de couper, isfc. Chdpping-knife , cin l)acE - meflcv / citt grpjj 

lu^en^meffer/ couperet. Chopping r block, citt fTcifcOcr^ 

flocf/ hachoir. Chopping-board, em))ade'\>and,hachoIr. 

Achopping-boy,cm ewa^ gwffcr fnabf/ cber fii4Wem/ «» 

jf rox garqon. 
Chops, f. Chop. 
Chdpt, f. Chopped. 

Choral, cf>oral/ ju cinem ^m gf^orlg/ ^« r-^arwy. 

Chord, f. Cord. 

Chorift, chorifter, f. Querifter. 

Chorography, bic bcfcfjrcjbung bcr lattber ober orter/ cbo- 

rographie. 

Ch6tus, bcrc^or/Obcrba^fpicl/ fowelncrcomobie barjnji; 

il^iW ^t{\<\dtt mix'b , le choeur. 

Chofe, (tc^) errcc^letC/ ifl bae impcrfeft. son to chufe, r'^ 
ttn preterit du verbe to chufe. 

Chofen, ertDC^let, flu^crfo^ren/ f^eZ/T, eleu. f. To chufe. 

Chough, ciuc fr4l)C/ fZ-owf/iTi-. 

Chowfe, cin Idppifc^cr/ t^oric^tcr/ cinfdUigcr mcnfcf; ; 

dnpoffcn/CinbofcrpOlTen/ niais, dupe; tour , mauvahtour. 
To put the chowfe upon one, cincm cincrt poffcn fpic-- 
lcn/brcl)cn/if)nauui«f)en/t)e;:iren//tf/'f w»/o«r« quelcun, le 

duper. 

To chowYe, cincn aufjte^f n/ Dctrugeii/ fur eiiifaltig l^alten/ 

dupery tromper, prendre pour dupe. 
Chowfed, bctrogetl/ JC. trompe, &c. 
Chow fing, ba^ ktrugcn/ / 'af/ion de tromper, is^c. 

Tochowtcr, nxvxun, murmcln/ brummen/ flagen/ mur- 

fmler,gromme/er,gronder. 

chowtering, ba^ muprctt/ bmmmcn/ flagen/ /w/7/V« fi^<^ 



CH R. 

ChriTm, be* C^rtfim!/ ba6 l^eilige o\cbreme. 

Chrifmatory, etu f Icin ?efa^/ rcortnncn bae '^ciligc p( i|i / le 

vafe vit I 'un ticnt le chrenie. 

Chrifom, chnTom-cloth , \,c^i, tuciffc titC^/ XtUWX monbie 
flcincn finbcr cinreicfclt/ roemi fte gctauffct finb, /^ Ihtge 

blanc dont on envelope un enfant nouvcllement batffe. 

ChriToms, l\\\\^it , btc in clnem monat nac^ il)rcr gcburt 

jlerbcttf les enfansqu'nneurent pendant les couches de leurs 
meres. Chrifom -calf, cin frtlO/ ba^ man fc^lad)tet/ c^C 
CiJeinen monat alt ili/ un veau qu'on tue avant qnil ait un 
mois. 

Chrift, e()rtfiftg/ Cbriji. Chrift - crofs - row , crifs- 
crofs-row, ba^abC/ I'abice. Chrfft-thorn, l^agcn-borft/ 
aubepine. 

Chriftal , f. Cryftal. 

To chriften, ctticn tauffcn/ baptifer. 

Chrlftendom, bte C^l'lfictti^cit/ cbretientL 

Chrfftened, gctaujft/ batife. 

Chriftening, cine f illbei'-tauffC/ba^ tanffctl/ bateme, ration 
de bStifer. Ta make a great chriftening, citt gt'Offc^ f inb^tauf- 
fcn anrlc^tcn / celebrer un bateme avec grandc rejuiiiffance. 

Chriftening -day, bcr tagbcr tm\t, antvcl^cmelntinbgc^ 

taufft Jt)irb/.70«;- de bat erne. 

Chrfften-name, bcr tauff-na^mc/ bcr oorna^me/ \>i\\ man itt 

bcr tauffe befommen, nomde bathne. 

Chriftian, S. cin d;ri)le/ ciii c^ri|tlic^ci' wxoxm, cine ($f lfHicf;e 

fraU/ «« Chretien , une chretienne. lioon-chriftian-pear , bc- 
jlcn birn / faljcn - %\X\\ , rofen-birn / poire de bon cbretien. 
Court-chn'rtian, f. Court. 

- Chriftian, y^f. c^rifllic^ f^r^//Vw. Chriftian (chj-iften) na- 
me, bcr Dornai^mc/ ben man in bcr taujfc bcEommen/ mm de 

bathne. Chriftian burial, f. Burial, 

_ Chriftianity, '^^i c^rirtciitt)«m/ blc cl^rifili($e religion/ chte. 

tianifme, religion chretienne. 

Chriftianly,cf;ri|KtC^er roeife/ Wie m e^rijlC/ chretienne-" 
nient, en chretien. 

Chrilbnafs, wcl^-'ttacf^tcn / noel. Chriftmafs-day, bcr 
^rijl'tag/ th jour de noel. Chrilhnafs -holy- days, ble 
tt)eil)nacf)t;fc«Cttage , les fetes de noel. Chriftmals - box, 

eine fijar-biic^fc / in wcldfje in Snglanb ctren^ jum l)cili9ctt 

C^rift l)inein gcgebcn IDivb / tire-lire defer bhmc. I gave 
him ten shillings for his chrilhnafs-box , ic^ ^ttk lom JC* 

^cn fc^illlnge sum tjciligen <S:)X\\\ mtUn , je lui ai donne 

dix chelins pour fes etrennes. Chriftmafs - po'rridge , cinc 

t»cif)na(f>t''fu}j|je/Uonrofinen/(orint^en/ v^mxncn, unb bcr- 

gleid)cn ^iXn<kiijtipotage de noel, aire des raifinsfecs , des rai- 
fins dc corinthc , iff des pruncaux , &c. Chrilhiiafs-pics, 
n3eil)na(^tiJ ' paftctCW / patez de noel. Chriftmafs - carol>-f. 
Carol. 

Chromkick, nai ju bemjenlgen uon ben bretjen generi- 
busmuficaegcl)orct/ fo uiclc femitoiiia {)at *, liebllc^/ anmuf 

t^iq,chromatiquei agr cable. 

Chronical, Hi ju cinem jeit^buc^eobcrgcfc^lc&t^buc^e/ 
ober fluc^ ju einer langanerigen francZlieit getxjret / chro- 

tiique. 

Chronicle, cInc cf^ronicf , einicit^buc^/ gefc^id^t-'buc^/ 

chroniquc. 

To chronicle, cttt!a« '{x\ ctne cljromcE fe^ctt/ barinn <ricf)leif/ 

met f re dans les chroniques, rapporter. 

Chronicled, in c^tonicfcn flufgeieic^^et ober crjcl>let/»"V 

dans les chroniques, rapport e. 

Chronicler, cin (^ronicEcu-'fc^reiber/ chroniqueur. 

Chrondloger, eincr/ bcr bie icitcn flu^recl;net/ chron0. 
li/gifte. 

Chrono- 



CHR. CHU. 
Chronological, mi jut aulrw^nung Uv\nt gc^orrt, cBro- 

nologique. 

Chronoioglft, f. Chronologer. 

Chronology, tie auarec^iiun^&crjclt/ \>k wijfenfc^aft J»«r 
leitetl/ cbronc logic. 

Chrj'Vocol, f. Borax. 

ChryVolite, c^rofolit^,, (eill ebeheflcttt/) cbfyfolUe. 

Chry ioprafus, ctn et)cigc|icm alfo gcnonnt/ cbryfoprafe. 

Chry'lkl, f. Crj-ftal. 

Chub, ciii^iaBoScrfob/tjlem oroffp? ffigcr frfc^ : ettttot 
pel/ ct!i ungefc^icf ter menfcp ; etn tduri|'4ct grocer f crl , cha- 
iot ■■, grojfe tete \ un ruftre. Chiib-chcek'd , dtt pauij^bacf / 

JGBJiu. 

Chuck, «n f($lag untcrba^ ftnn/ eiii attgriff untcr ticm 

hm , foubaree. Chuck-farthing, tin fpicl ber ftiflfcenr &a 

Oe einc grube in t»te erDe mac^eu / uiiD niit ctn>al ^ittein njcrf; 

Hn,fqfette. 

To chuck under the chin, ctitcnunter&cmfiimcnc^meit; 

au<;ni^in, (Conner uKefoti^ari>e. To chuck, fc^rcpCH/ t»icd» 
rcb^UH/ crier, comme une perdrix. 

To chuckle, lac^ert/iebcc^nic^tanc^ttad^ cinanber; u5cr« 

laut Uc^etl/ >vVf d' un ris inten-ompu : eclater de rire. 

Chiiff, dn Itdurifd^er, grober me;ifc^,/itfi/^», r»/?rf. 
ChufFy, odurifi^/ arob/ unae^obelt/ /ro^er, rujli^ue. 

* Chum, tflbacf JU f aucH/ </:< //7^<z<r .^ micber. 

* Chvimp, <mbi3geit/ein^ucfel)ol5, fleifc^/ jc. morceau, 

piece. 

Church, bieFir«$e/ eg/ife. Church is done, bte firc^e 
t)l au^f o«/orf deieglife. Church -man , eilT 0etiHi(ier/ 
«» eccle/iajUque ; tiwt , bcrftc^ jut bifc^o^lc^cn firi« oou 
(Englanb bcfcnnct, «» membre de i'eglife Anglicane^ un 
epifcopal. A church -woman, etne frau , fo"*}ur ffngU's 
fd)cn ficc^C gcf)6rct / a»f femme de I eglij'e Anglicane. 
Church - yard , cirt f irc^ t bof / cimetiere. Church - yard- 
cough, eitigcfdbrlic^crt)Uficn/ une tou.x de renard qui me- 
neau terrier. Church - porch , btc fifllJc ober bcr POrbof 
etner f trc^e , porcbe d 'egiife. Church - book , baei firemen- 
ober tauifibudb / batifiert. Church-time , tie jeit in bic f ir- 
(^^ejugcbcn/ temsd alhr a I egiife. Chiirch-Iands, fird^fii 
i^ctibiemd'eg/ife. Church-robber, ci!lfircOe»itduber,/tf- 
cri/ege. Chiirch-robbing, iitd}a\:^a\lbjacri/ege. Church- 
chopper, ber Dcn ber f irciie abgcfaUcn / un revolts. Church- 
rat, ei!KfircbenjraUC/maugy»»r«r^V^///>, Church-warden, 
(church-reeve, ^ cin f irc^cn^ater/ f irc^cn^oorfie^cr, ancien d 
eglife^marguiUier. Church-wirden-ship, l>a« amt ei«C^ f ir^ 
(^ett-DOtjicber^y marguillerie. 

To church a woman , in ber f ird^c band fagen fur cine frau, 

Die au^ bentVOCben gcfommcn; relever une femme, rendre 
graces a Dieu dans les fm-mes, pour une femme qui efl 
relevee de couches. •' 

Churched, au5 bcit WPC^en gefommett / relevie. Shz is 
churched, |ie ift au3 bcn »o(^cn gefcmmcn unb Hi erftc maBl 

tn\>ahx<iit^mt\ti\,el/eejlre/fveede couches 

* Church-reeve, f Church-warden. 



CHU. CIE. 



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^aB,fc^tiiber, forger, ftll^igec meafc^, pa,[an,ru(lre; ,„„.„. 

Z\'^fl:- 7° P"' ^ ^^'^'* "P°^ ^ gentleman , mcd)U6 qe. 
trdncfe trin^en, mnn ener gutc^ getruncfen f)itt, hire demi- 
chant e boijjon apres en avoir beu de bonne. 

Churlish, bdurifcb Arot, unbdfli(fi'»tebifcfi;fauer. iiw- 
mm'^^^>ruf.i<iue,inclvil,b,utnl. ^' "'^9''^' "'"«' ««' 



Churlishly, Wurtf^er/Un^oflic^cr meifc/ fauer , flur / rufli. 

quement. 

vjhuriishnefs,bie ircbe faurc un^offlic^tart/ grcb^cit, tti' 

^bffiid)fctt rujiidti, inciviiite. 

Chum.cttituttcr^fag, "a^ixxm man butter mac^t , barate. 
Chum-ilalt, bcr|io!|ei,berfiorrel/ bamit man bic butter m 

bUtter^fflffc ^0|Tt, bate a beurre. 

To chum, butter mac^CU/ battre la crime (^our en f aire du 
- beurre.) 

To chufe, etnen crwjcftlcn ; etra«« aeMett/ au^Iefcit/ 

Hire, cboi/ir. Chule you whether you had rather, ft; 

bet ob i{)r lieber bat>en woUct/ tiQ.%, vojez, Jtvousaimez 
I mieux que. Would 1 were to chufe , wolte @Ott / es -pun - 
I bcinnieincr rna^l , plut a Dieu que cela fuf a men cboix. 

We may chufe, e6 ftcfjet bep un^, wirfonnen e^ tbun ober 
I la|7en/ c ejli notre cboix de la faire , ou de le laijfer. He 
I has cholen to interpret it all to the beft advantage , cr 
i^at liefcer rcoUen, pbcr er ^at fic^gcfaUen lajfen; sxS!,ti 

^\X\Hi bctle aUJ-ulcgen, He mieux dime lui donner un 
\fens favorable. Chufe then, fo la)fct ti \>tm\ blciben , lais- 
fezledonc. He cannot chule but bemilerable, e^ mug 
i()m notbrocnbig gar elenb gebcn j H ne peut qu etre mifera- 
ble. It could not chufe but be a icandal to the Jews, 
Hi mu§ bie 3^ben notbnjcnbig gedrgcrt \)<ihm. Us Juifs 

ntpouvtientqu'on are fcandalifez. I'll do that to chufe, 

id) njill ba^ Ueber, aXi fonji taai t^un, ic^ rcill bae tcr aU 

Un flnbern bingcn tbun / je le ferai expris. I can't 

chufe but weep, ic^ fan mic^ t>ti wdmni nte^t twU 

^alten / je ne fiurois m'empecber de pleurer. To chufe 
the King and Queen, §:m\%tv&i'\^\tn , faire les Rois. To 
chufe rather, licbcrwoUen/ aimer mieux. He chofe rather 
togotowar, ernjoltcliebctinbcn frieggc^en / H prit pmti 
d'alleralaguerre. To chule out, aueiefen/ crn)C^len< m>, 
cboifsr. 

Chufer, ber,bie H crweblet/ Wehlef ctlui, celle qui cboij^t. 
p. Beggars muftnotbechufers, cin bcttler mug ni(^ adS 
fcincm .\eiai[(n roe^len, necbuifit pas qui mendie. 

Chufing, ^it erroe^lung, nja^l, Hi we^leij,«:.ci»/>, Vaai- 
on de cboi/ir, (^r. f. To chute. 
Tochutter, i". Tojouder. 
Chy]lc, bcr chylus, Hmn^i'^^inH, chyle. 

Chyliricari'^n, v. ^ic ocrwanblung bcr fceifeu i« Un \u 

bcns^art cbylincation 

Chy'mical,4bmifi6 chymique. 
Chymi A, ix.n chymicus, chymijie. 
Chy'miltry.bic ch\ mia,biil(iiir.f unff, /* chymie. 
Tochyn,cttt)a« mlttn lerfpalten fendre. 

Cicatrice, ctnenarbc, cin ma^l m\ ciner »unbe/ cica- 
trice. 

To dcarrice, cine ttdtbe mac^ctt / Umi mit eincr nar^ v^ 

peilcil, cicatrifer. 

Cicatrized, jugc^cilet mit einer narbc, cicatrifi^ 

Cich, clch-peal'e, f iet>er--crb(en./>o/V cbicbe. 

Little ciches, fleine f t4>crn/ gejfes. 

Cichor}', f. Succory. 

To cicurate, f. To tame. '• 

Cid,einbcrr,/^/Vwf«r. A valiant cid, cirt tapffe«rfierr, tin 

9 Clby «« vail I ant bomme, un beros. 

Cider, bttdrifd-'lCcin/f/Vre'. Cider-houfe, citl^OUS, tVJ 
mandpfct-roeinmad^tober uerfaufft mnifonoit lmfait,o» 
venddecidre. Cider-man, cin cr, bcrmitdpffel-njcinbonbelt/ 

vendeurdictdre. 

To cveH, V. A. cergnpfen , mit m^ cber raortel benjcrfen/ 

UmbrtJer,ou couvrir dejiuc. 

* ' " ■ ' Cu.-ling, 



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CIE. CIR. 



Cieling, tin qtUidUx HUn, i>ai taUUmtih plat- 

fvnd. 

Cilery, lauB-'recrcfobcrbhuticu-'wercf/ fo obeninHe ^>feiler 
obcr faiUeii cingemrtc^t x%fueiHage. 
CiiTibal, f t vrabal. 
Clmeter, f. Simirar, 
* Cincarer, ciner £*cr f o jal^r alt \% agi^e 50 <wir. 

^ The cmclureota pillar, t)er ot)cr-'oi)cr UHtet^faum emer 

fdulc la ceinttire ii'une colomne. 

Cinders, f}ct:!'fD»)lcii , fo ^<C&) Dcrbratiiit tinb alebaim au^* 

jelcpi>et tPOrfccil/ f O^lcn-^afc^C/ charbon de tcrrt ctcint & n de- 
mi confume,fra:/i. Cinder - women , tie amietl tDCtbcr , fo 

folc§,e ^albgebraitnte ftdii ^ fof)kn auf ticn guffcti jufammcii 

\^\m\\\tn,gucufcs qui rmmiffiiit iefraijt duns les rues. * A 
cinder- vvcMnan, etlie orme fraU/ unegueufe. 

C ingle, eil! pfcf i'-'^lJrt' nfi^Wt/fatig/e. 

Cinnaber, f. Cinoper. 

\ innamon, cancel/ Jtnimet/ canelie. Ci'nnamontree , eitl 
jimmet ' bauilt/ cmelier. 

(Jinoper, jiliobcj"/ cinnabrey vermilion. 

c inque, cin<i, ?tK.7 5 jm ttjurtfcli i>t)er farten-fpicl, «» f/w^'. 
The cinque-ports, bie 5 €ngUfc{)cii^nj)eii/ fo Sraifcfreid) gc- 
gen ubev fint>/al^/ Haitings, Dover, Hithe, Rumney, unb 
Sandwich, les cin^ ports d'Ang/eterre, du -cSte de la 
Trance. 

Cinquefoil, funffittgcr-!r«Ut/ quixte-feuille. 

Cion, cin pfwp{f-cei^/ inipf-sei^, lcOo§, fc(;o^Jin3 //<?», r^- 

jetton, greff'e. 

Ciperous, cine art bcr ^inun, fouchet. " 
Cipher, dm \i^n cber ja^l im redinen; eiitc iiffcr obcr 
tjerborgciiefdirift; einenuUefin ber ja^L) chijfre, caraflere 

ftcret; zero. * To ftand for a cipher , cine nuUcfepn/ mc^te 
tebCUten/ iticf^t^ t»ertt) feotl/ ^/jv un zero en chijfre. 

To cipher, ctaa^ mtt jifcru rec^nen/ reci^ncny cbiffrer, 

ettlculer. 

Ciphered, gcrc(^nct chiffre, calcule. 

Ciphering, \,\i rcc^nunfli/ rei^cn'funfi/ bcj rcc^neit / f«/c«/, 

grit hnieti que, action de chiff)er. 

Ciprefs, cine art flor/,obctbunne^ ^t\\>t\\iQmtlt/ forte de 

frepedefoyc. f ani^ Cyprefs. 

Circle, ciiMircfcl/ ring/ freig; eiite DcrfamnUung ber \i(Xf 
men {}xn\ cine f wiigin i ) ein frcifi Don ben je{)cn frcijjcn 
im ,J>eutfc^cn %'n^t, cercle. Circie-wile , mie ein ring 

»ber tin lirefel / runb/ eirculaire, en forme de ctrcle^ en 
rond. 

Circler, 5". dn fc^ujfeUring, forte-ajfiette. 

Circuit, cin bciirct/ umfrcts ; ber ksircf be^ geric^tc^ ixt 

ViiiXX^itX^ , ci-rcuiti departenient. A judge in a circuit, 
^thac goes the circuit, einen'on bcn 1 2 ricljtcrn in (fnglanb/ ' 
fo uon eincr ©r.iffdjaft i«r anbcrn gerid^r ju baltcn «c()c_t , >^^ 
lumbulant, quivade province en province y pour adminijirer 
lajujiice. 

Circular, fonb/ ring^ Um^ef/ drculaire. 

To circulate, circulireH; |erumj!iejfen, in eincm glafe in ber 

iigellion lUlfj unb tlicbcrtrctbcn/ circuler. 
circulated, circuiiret/ circule. 

Circulation, bic circulation , betumlauf/ baHcrumflief' 

h\\,(ircuLition. 

Circulatory, ruilb/ circulireilb/ drculaire. A-circulatory ' 
letter, Ct I hii^'{c\}tMii\\, kttre circulaire. 

Ciicumanibieut, adj. jinigebenb/ qui entoure y ou envi' 
rcnne. 

To circumcife, ctv^ai Icfc^neibeH/ drconcire. 

Ciicuuidied, tefc^nittfll/ driwcii. 



CIR. CIT. 

Circumcifer, ein bcfi^neiber/ circondfeur. 
Circumcilion, bic kfc^neibunfl/ circoncifton. 

CjrcamferenGe,benunfreif'/bcr bepiff einc^ sircfcl^/ dr. 

conference. 

Circumflex, cin circumflex, un circonfiexe. 

■» Circumgiration,bie^erHaibrel)Uti3/l)erumge5^un9/ tour- 

noyement. 

V ircumlocution, w\i bcfc^rcibung/ m umfd^weiff in eitier 

rebC/ circonlocution. 

To circumicribe , ctmas umfd;relf>cn/ umfc^ra'ncFcn/ ^c-- 

fc^rdticfen / drconfcrire. 

Circumicribed, Wtnfd}rie&en/ JC. circonfcrit. 

Circumfpeft, UDr|m>ng / f lUfl/ circonfpefl. 

Circumlpeftion, W uorfidjtisFeit/ ilmW^tf drcon/pe- 
fiion. 

Circumfpei5lly, 00rfid)tig avec circonfpeflion. 

CircumH:ance,cinumjlanb/C-/"rc^«/?tf7?<,-f. A faft fe tout 

in all its circumftances , cine tl)i?t, bie nu't alien wmfidiiben bc^ 

fc^riebcn ifi/ unfair bien circonjiaucic. Circumftances , bcr 
JUfianb, / etat., la audition. Lying , being) under thole cir- 

cumftances, wcil ic^ K. irti folc(;cni ju^aubebin, (war/ k.) 

etant dans cet etat. 

C ircumf lanced, roa^bicfeobcrjcncumffanbc ^at mit «m? 

ftdttbcn bcfd>rieben/ drconjlande. Being thus circumllan- 

ced,jociUd>mic^ in eincm folium julianbe beftnbc/ me trou- 

xumt dans cet etat. 

A circumftantial miltake, m l^aaptfddilic^cr fi^UV/ cin fc§* 
ler in btn umtMnben - une erreur dans les circonjlances. 

To circumft^ntiare, ttx^ai mit umfidnben befc^reibeu/ alle 
beffen umfidnbeanmercfen/ drcorfiander. 

circumilantiated , mit umftdnben befc§ricbc«/ wa^ biefc 
ober )ene umftdnbe bat / d-conjiande. 

Circumvallation, '^oA Ulltfdjamjen t circonvallation. 

To circumvent, eincn ^iiitergel;cn/ Ijinterfc^leic^en / betrfi^ 

gen/ circonvcnir, tromper. 

Circumvented , {jintergangeH/ tetrogen / drconvenuy 
trotnpe. 

; ircumvmtirtg, circumvention, bic|)intergc^ung/ berbe^^ 
trug/ bafi t)interge^en/ drconvention , tro?}>peric, Paflion de 
furprendre. 

circumvoliition,bie f>erunin)clftung cberbre'f>ung/ ber «m* 
gang \i\ eiiient freitJ/ drconvohuiou. 
Cirque, circus, ein alter SHomifc^er runbcr fd;aU'Pla^/ 

cirque. 

Cifars, cifers, ei'tc 'cf?eere, cifeau.ic. 

Ciftercians, S. Siflercicnfcr- mond;- orbert/ ordre ou moiues 
de( ifleaux. 

Cittern, eineciffeme/ cin roaffer-fang jam rcgen^rcaffer; 
eincciflernc/ obcr cin groijcr biercrner t»,j|Jer-'frtikn xn ci* 
nem l)aufe; m\ l\d\\ fif? in einem {"^d^i-^mXi bni'cin bic 
gldfernc |lafd;en gefe^et trerbcn/ citeme -, fontaine; cu- 
vette. 

f Cit, tiw bt'rger^ bourgeois. 
Ckeis, cine bnrgcrin/ une bourgeoife. 
Citadel, f. Cittadel. 

Citation, bie a'uicbnng cine? autoris ; iic forbcrung pber 
labuni i!5>r ia^ gorid^t^ citation. 

To cite, eine'i oor tieric^t ober nt bie obrigfcit forbern / la- 
bcn ; einen anjicl)cn/ anfi'ibren/ dter ; alUguer. 

Cited, gclaben ; angciogen dte. 

Citing, baei fcbcni/ ailflll)rcn/ n- I'a^ion de cite". 

Q[tize\htmhivcoxv,bou}geds, citoycn. A Icllow-citizen, 
cinmit-bfirgcrinctfitrftrtbt, condtoyen. Citizen-like, roie 
cin burger/ burgerlid;/ en bourgeois. 

C/tron 



CIT. CLA.' 



CLA. 



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CitroiiKipomcftroii, einccitrctie; limoJie/ /f»w«, curon. 
Cicron-tree; ci'A dtTS>:xc^b iunu /i.nennier, dtronnier. Ci- 
tron-colour, citrouen-farbt/ coukur de llmon , citron.') 

citruii, aitguruti/ ei.-igrojfei: citron 'fartii^tcr furbip, 

•}; Cf tr, cirt buracr/ bourcecis. 

cirtadei, ctn titabcU fd^log/ cinsueitung tcp ciiicr ^abt/ 

c}taJ<:ile. 

Cittern, sillruni, emcctt^ar, r/j'?;r. 

City, ciiic flabr- cine ?rpfc Hatt, tee dn ^ifc^off feincR f«B , 
^at/ 1?///^, cite, ville tpifcopak. The ireedoLn oi a dry, ci- ! ajfame^ ^ui meun de /aim 
ty-freevlom, t>a? turgcr-rCi^t le droit ikbourgeuljie. City 
liic, cm Ubci! I'o man iit vicler gcfelifcijafr/ ot>ct untct i^tdcn gc^ 



-^ Cliimer, tcf/ fcie ctficn anfpruc^ ouf ef »c3 ^«t obct ntfl^/ 

ff/K/', cellt^u] freiendi que/que chofe. 

. Claiming , itt aniVruci/ , tie aiift&eni'ia , bc^ jacigncn / «. 

preuii/iw, t'e^thr. iie prStendrey i^c. f. To claim. 

To climber, ro damber up, fierrcrn, i;inaaf litittxni^tm- 
pir., m'jr,ter. 

Clambering, thi? Hotteni/ I'afiiomdegrmptr. 

To dimm, ctnen ucth.antteni lafTctt; aur^ungcrif / nn't^uif? 

gcr Utnt>ri!Me:f r affamevyfuire nwurir defalm. 

Clammed, i!a^unacrt,au£5t^uit3ert, jjoc ^nswgcjlor&cn, 



To dammer, &c. f. To clamber, &:c. 

Clammineis, Die flakriac, fd^C/ fd;lctmtgc ftrt/ f»i7/7/^ 

fdsi\tcniubtinst/vicfvc/ad/e,ou, qui fe pajffl dans /'emi>aii-as ■ gJuairteou visqu^ufe. 



des affaires. To love a dty-lile, gerac ill cillcr jrofie^ fw»>t 
Vt^hM\\,fep-'ii''e dans lesgra des viltes. , 

Gives , duves, lauct> / f Uiiic bujine. ittic6cfit / des par 
reaux. 

CiVet, jibct/ civette. Civet-cat, cittC iibctifflfie/ " 
vette. 



Acivick crown, ciitc cic^cne frone / fo bent gcgeren mutbc/ »»ear, r;7. 



Clammy, EldbcrlQ/ i^^c, fc^lcimig, flnRe(icn&/ ^/**»f. 
Clamorous, bcr, tie fc^t fc^retjct, fc^r o^et laut rufen?> ot>cr 

fc^rcpeui); befd)n)erlt4>, qui fe fait avec bruit, qui fait beau- 
coup de bruit ; impcrtun. 

Clamour, bcc lanW/ tae gefc^ret)/ gcruf/ gcplarrc, iJr*/V, cla- 



im ctneiu 3iomtfc^eij turgcr t)a^ lebcH gccettct l)atte, couronm ,; 



To damour, fldrretty fc^retjcB, fc^r ebcc lautrafe«/ ct- 
nenliirnien oticr eifl ?rojfc^ gc|'4«9 mad;ct!, tvincf sit /. <-r/<7-. 



Civil, tlPi'.ic^, frcunMlc^/ bcfd^cibcn ; <^XX\)^ , Eeufc^ ; iur; faire du bruit , faire des c/ameurs. To danour againil 



gctlic^/ i;;ncrlid>, ttcrtdjtlic^ / civil, obUgeent-. bonnitt, cba 
jle; civil. Civil-lawyer, f. Civilian. 

Civilian, eill m\\U, rcd^W-acUbltcr/ unjw-isconfulte. 

Civility, Die ^»fiiQf cit, rcJMic&!cit/ civitite, hor.nhete. 

To dvilize, cincii ^ofiic^ madden, Die t)pjii4?f«t lc()rcO/ 

Civilized, t)oflic^ gcmac^t, c/i'/V//V. 

Civilizer, S. \iiX. tic t)Ofiict?fcit Ic^CCt/ f^/*/, J«/ ffv/- 
Uje. 

Civilly, ^o^icO/ befctf^ben/ ^Oflic^er »cifC/ dvHement. 
Cizars, f. Ciiars. 

Clack, ijic flo^jpcr eiiitt niii^lC/ fo aufben tri(^tcr fc^lagt ; 

titlCt<^»dRigc lUligC/ c liquet de moulin , language canfeufe, 
f. Rattle. * fo let one's dack a-gomg , ju fd^njaRcn anfan- 
gClt / fe mettrc a purler. 

Tociack.flaprett/ fliljjpcrn raffcltl . daquer. Tx> clack 
v?ool, baa })cdj <x\xi fccr fd^aaf^irooUe au8|c()ncibcn / couper la 

marque des brebis. 

Clack-goofe, f. Bamade. 

Clacker,cineflii|>per;c//jtf^//f, f. Cliquet. 

Clacking, bus f lappetn, gc|>ra(fcl/ bruit que Ton fait en da- 
quantfdiquetis. 

Clad, jjcfleibct babille. 

Claim , cin a:5|>ruc& , eiite aiimajTung ^ /»nfbrt>erttng / i)a^ 

ff*^^*" '" '\\ Cttvad uergiebt/ pretenfvn , droit , jtt'o« /wr- 

*^' quclquechufe. l"o lay claim to-a thing, umct^ 

^ . ■-. .t. ,1,... •■• <-'>-";u{;ij^ebcn,fli!mcli)cth e^ 

y^---,-s --,.w,.-o..^., 

KWf cboje. 



thing,tt>i&cr Ctroaa cin gcfdjrep an^cfcc«,/t? recriercontrequel- 

que cbofe. 

Clamps, ^lifi^^haldtn, damps. ^ 

Clan, ci:i (^c^ottldntifd^e* l)aug ottt q((d)U^t,familfi 

ecojfhife, tribu. 

* To dan together, ftd^ f)cimU4> btrat^ff^lagcH / ctncpac; 

t^C9 mac^Ctl/ cabaler, faire un parti. 

Ciincular, dandeiline, \)m.\\\<i) , tJCtborgcn/ cUndeflii:, 
fecret. 

A clandeftine deling , fin \)m\\x6i<X anfc^lag, tmdeffdti 
dandefiiu. 

i land-ftinly,t>cimhct?cr »«!«» dandeflinement. 

To dang, tl)Oncii/ (c^alle.i/ blafctl,/oM»<rr. 

Clangor, ter trompcteil'-fcoaU, 7 w ^ 'une trompette. 

Uank, i". bol flingcti . gcroiTel bcr fcttcn , ujciin ftc an ciit^ 
anbcc CLCfipiKii l»crl)en, diquetis,U tintemevt, U bruit defers, 
qui s'cntn-choqueM. 

To clunk, V. A eiingcH, raffeto/ ciir sctau|<t> niacl&cn / //«- 

ter, faire du bruit. 

Okp, cin f nau, fc^aU, frac^en ; ctn ((^lag jhric^ ; J>tc ^onp 

(trcilQC, tcr tripper^ ^«/V ,- tape, coup j cbaudepijfe. At one 
dap,aufeinni;il)l//o*/^'«»ro«^. 

To dap, ct»fl6 fc^lageii/ fc^mcifijftt / ftopffttt , mtt \>m 
^nben flatfcfeew ; ema;? init ctnem fwlCiicu^en benfaa 
o&er icic&cn loteit ; cincm Den tripper oerurMdKii ; f lial-' 

letl/ flatfd^en bdttre,fraper applaudir a , poivrer ^ dmrter 
la chauaepijje; daquer. To d^P one's haads, mit Deil 
;ii/ C3 fobcrny unfpruc^ ' t^dnbca tlatfc^eu/ bie twnbe iufurainca f4>laacn , freiocfcR, 
Lttdiquei- eu reveadique? i giuct nJUti|d>CtI battre,frapperdes mains, applaudir. He'U 
J dap what bias upon the propolition he h/inicil pleales, 
To claim, ftc^ettuagiucigncn/atimafKit/fic^ bar ju bcfetijjcr rcirb bie proposition nacp fantni gcfaUcn brcbcn, // 
ncti/ aii'jcoea/ auraelbeii , ea oXi \dn cigen »crla«gen fobern/ • dor.n ra U tour qu'il voudra a la ptopofttiun. i o clap a 

. p one's 

To. claim again, ctroae njie-'jhand upon one^s brealt, \di\t barib OUf tie truft \i\,tn. 
-:iX\X^]ii^t\Xi\\tredcmander,re-i mittre la main jur la pdtrine. 1 shall clap a writ on his 

^, . J - . . r back, i(^ njcrbc i^n in arrcflijclsmcn la|Titi,7V/f/'^>-tf/ /?;•- 

ciauned,an9etcrbert»oraufman<incnflnfrru<^acm(i<^t/ mf>-. To dap on aU the lails , tic (i,gcl aUc'aumf^c«/ 
r ?»o/-/ onaform des pretsnfiom. \ fluffrfllWCn / <--&/zr^«- toutes Us voiles. To dap in , a. (U 

P 2 n?tJ^ 




jonnner queiam c 
berj)erla«9cu,ttictv 

darnel'. 
Clai 
fttrquoironafoi 



u6 



CL A. 



flopffen/ ^)illcmtrctben/0^crfcBet^ pouj/er, cogner ,faire cn- 

trer. To clap in, A' mltgetwaU l)itiditge^eti . etutringcni 

fejetter avcc violence. To clap one's knees clofe to the 
horle's lides , bic bci'ie titdjt m i5a^ pfcrfc l)aiten /envr «« 
cheval du gemu. To clap I'purs to one's horle, fettt pfert> 
fporctt. it)mltic fpcrciigeb£n,/'/Vaf'> oupoujjh-fon cheval. 
To clap the door to, tif tf)Hrc jufc^niciffftt/ fernier la par- 
te avec quelque violence. To clap up a peace , elttctt 
fc^eui^frtebeti/ ctncn falfc|)9cmeintcr) fritben 'mnclKit / fah-e 
une pa'ix fourree. \o clap up an agreement, eitien UCf' 
twgmitfctncmcigctien fc^atcti mad)eu//«'>f «»f co/<^ mal 
taillec. To clap up a bargain , eittett f>aili)el cbcc faujf 
tnit eiltCttt trcffcit/ aneter un marche. To clap up toge- 
ther, jufammcnbinberi chpflcfctl/ einpaqueter , Her ensem- 
ble. To clap one up in prii'on , eineii ill Da^ gefdngni^ legeii/ 

\t%tX^,emprtjonnerquelcun. 

Clapboard, dtic lan3efd)tnl)el , faf-tautC/ ^(i?«w, plancbe 
preparet pour f aire de lafutaille. 
Clapped, f.Ckpf. 

Clapper, t)cr titit ttcnI)«ntcttfro(odPetf ber ctttsa^ gutf)ctf: 
fet/Ofccr barju glucf rcunfi^et; tie flnppcr eiiicr niu^lc; bev 
Ijflmmer obcr f lopffer an einer t^ilr ; cin glocfcn -- f loppcl / ap- 

frobateury qui applaudit \ traquetyclaquet\ marttau de for- 
te; bat ant. A clapper of conies , eitl catlillid^eil'l^aulJitia* 

ncm Cfltiini4)ctuiiartcn/ clapier. 

Clipping, tKl^ fdjlagctl^ itJ'af^iondebattre, ^^c. f.To 
clap. 

Clarencieiix, clarcnceux , cin auffe^cr ukr bic WiVftW'W^U 
\)ti bei' Vxt auffic^t uber bie bccirnbiiifte ber SHitter |)flt / c'^ejl un 

nom affeSle a undesRoisd'armesd .ingleterre. 

Ciapf, ift baiS imperfeftum Uilb participium t)Om verbo to 
clap. 

Cikct, claretwine, rol)tric^tcr RJeitt/ vinclaret, (rouge.) 

Claricords, cin CloUtCtjOtbtUllt/ clavecin. 

To clarify, ttm^tint niac^cit/ flbfc^aumen » flar Wfrbett/ 

clarifer ■■, fe clarifier, 

Clarify'd, flar getltflC^t/ clarifie. 

Clariiying, Hi Umm<S)U\, kj'a^ion de clarifier^ i^c. 

Ciarigation,f. Reprila!. 

Clkion,ci!i flarin, cine^elletpompete/ dairon. 
Clark, &c.f. Clerk, &c. 
Clary, cin !rQut/ fd^flrlcictt genannt^ f>rvale. 
Clash, cin ^of; puff/ nerrfuf^/ gcprsffcl / geraffcl, \>ixi an- 
^ojTen jcrbrcd^enjeinftreit f}reit4<iiibcl / (Ircttigfcit / biipii? 

tflt/irttld?/ (]Cjd«cf , cho£icliquetis.,froijjement; demele, diff'e- 
tend, difpute., cmtejiation. 

To clash, ancinanbcrfabrcncber floffctt/ flitflo|Tctt> att-' 
jt^lagcm (iiireiben ; cin jicflTei! / Wmtn , gcpraffc i gerautlcOe 
mac^en; jancfcn tribcr cinanbcr ftreitcu/ ntitciuanbcr unci- 

liigfctjn ; einrtnbei'iUtriber [tV^Wi fe chequer % fair e un clique- 
tis, un l/ruit coiite[ier, dijputer,nepas s accorder . etre con- 
trairt. To clash v/ith one's fclf, fld;fclb(l H)ibcr|prccljen//<? 
cmperjfe contredire. 

Clashing, Mi a'ifJcjfert - ba« gcpraffcl ober flingcn; t)ai 

flreitC'l; basf acj(incfC/ Paflion defe choquer, ifc. cliquetis; 
s&tttejiation. 

Clafp,cine'^afte, cin ^a'cflcirt/ cine fpangc agrafe, boude. 
Theclaip of a book.cit; fd^log m cinem buc{)C/ cine claufur, 
fermoir de livre. A clafp of a tree , tin jurtc^ ittJeiglCtn cinc^ 
bflltine/ un tendron. 

To clafp, ctroa^jufammcnfjflfteln/ bicfjacFcncint^uU/ et- 
it«-5mit^(5cflcin obcr claufuren lumacfjcn; citicii umfangfii/ 
W([«mW,\xm\j<x\{miitgruferj embracer. 



CLA. CLE. 

Clafped ,mit ()dcffcin ober claufurcft jugcmoc^t/ tttttfatt^ 

gen, agrafe, embrajfe. I'wo hands joined, & clafped to- 
gether are a fyiuboi of fidelity, jtvco in cinaiibcr gcfultcne 
l)dnbc finb cin Scidjcn iitt IKMCi deux maim jointes & s'cn- 
tretcnant fv7jt le fymbole de la fidelite. i 

Clafping, >y. bai) cint)ac?Cll; iC. radion d'agrafer, ^e. 
f. To clafp. 

Cl&fping, A. umfangcnb/ Umgebenb/ qui embrajfe ^ qui 
environne. 

Clals, cine crbnting , fJcUe ; mt ck^ in bcr ferule, clajfe. 
Clailical, claifick, flu^ ciiter crbnung, (cla&;; t'Ctt)at)rt \xi 
bcrSateinifiten cbcc ©riccijifc^enYprac^e/ claffique. 

Claflls,f. Clafs. 

To clatter, cin raffcltt/ prapn/ gcrdnfcO/ getofC/ obci:. 
frac^en mncOcn ; fc^wajjeii/ plaubern, n)fifd;cn ; fid) iancfen^ 

feiffen/jirciten/y^/Vv du bruit ou fracas -^ caufer, babillen 
fe querel/e}''. 

A clatter - coat, cin ft^nJa^CP/ plaubCPcr/ un caufeur, ba- 

billard. 

Clattering, eirt gcrdufc^/ QerafTel/ cin frad&cn ; cin %%-. 

fc^rcn^C/ gejancfC/ bruit, fracas -, clabauderie, chamailUs. 

Clattering, A. frac^enb/ rflffelnb/ wu^ t\\\ gcfdufd) ober 

gcpraffcl mad^t/ qui fait du bruit. To make a clattering 
motion with the ic'it, ttlit beil fuffcn flanipjfcn/ trefigner 
des piez. 

Cl^ve, if! \>ai imperf. tiom verbo to cleave. 

Claver, claver-grafs, ©. Cliver. 

Liiufe, cin piinct cine^ ocrtrag^ ; tin on^flitg/ cin be* 

fd)lu§/ \6.)\\\^, claufe, article; conclujton^ 

Claulhal, flofierlid)/ claujlral. 

Claw , cine i\mz , griffe. The claws of a crab, frcb^* 
fc^ercit/ VXZ fc^ercn Cincs frcbfe^/ les bras d' une ecrevijje. 

* A cliw-back, tin fc^tneid)ler/ licbfofcr/ fuc^i?fd)tt>dnijer, 

un fiateur. 

The hinder claws of a wild boar, \iit '^itttcrfien Hauetl 
Cine^ njilben fd>roeini?/ les gardes d'unfangUcr. 

To cldw, ctmrt^ frrtficn ; cincm glattc reortc <iebcn/ 
fc^mcicfjcUi/ ben fnd;^|cOi»anl? fircic^en,^r/7/f?-; fiater. P. 
Clau me, & I'll claw thee,t^ut iiiir cinen flcfaUcn,ic^ will 
e\id) TOicber einenanbcrn txxuiyixi/ fites 7nci un plaifir,& 

je vous en ferai un autre. To claw it off, to claw it away, 
flcifig fcpn, fTcifng m tiXi^<M arbcitcn/ c^ 9efd)tt)inbe rVrtig 

mac^cn/ HmX eilen/ fe dephher, s' etnprejfh , faire une 
cbofe avec emprelj'ement, en faire une promte depeche. To 

claw the viftuals off, begicria/ gcifig, nut lu(l, 9crd)ti?inbe 

Cffcn / manger avidemcnt , de bon appctit , ou a la hdte. 
The author claws him olF, bcr autor niKimct il)n %iX\m, 
ja^kt il)n ab/ P auteur le dechire. 1 claw'd him off, ic& 

\<x\t i^xx abncja^let/ tveiblic^ (flartlic^) abaeprugclt, > tai 
rofse d importance. He had a dileafc which he could 

never claw off, er l)flrtc cinc frtincf^ctt/ njclc^e er noc^ 
nid)t rcd)t ^at fonncn Ic& tvcrbcn/ il avoit une maladie 
dont il ne peut jamais bien guerir. 
Cliiwed, gefrURCf/ JC. grate, is^c. 

Ch\y,ber t%m, topffcr^tbon ; bcr fct^ ((^lamnt/ fctt/ Icittt/ 

mgillc; de la boue,du Union, terre grajje. Man is but a 
lump of day, ber nicnf4> i(l nur cin erbenFlcfr/ I'homme 

n'efi qu' une mnffe de terre. Cliy-land, Iciinicl^tCtJ crb* 
reic^/ terre grajji. Clay -pit, einc tijCll-gVUbC/ ceux d' oii 
/' on tire P argille. 

To cl^y,ettro« mix Icim ober t^cn ber(^mieren/ bebccfen/ 

enduire d argille, couvrir de boue. 

Clayie, chyish, t()Onic^t, Icinu'rf^t, d" argille, boueux. 
To de-ana, @. To glue together. 

ClOamcd, 



CLE. 

Cl^amed, ^. Famished. 

Clean, rein . l^iilcr, net, ^eOc, tauter; ftu\0,nety fur, 
clalr. To make z:ziSi, r:t!ii^-n, xdw ebcr I'jubcr mact.cn; 
aui?c'nr;tl au' To wrap up a nail)' iiory 

in clean iip.r.e: . roric mil terDiif ten rowt^n 

CriCl^lcfl/ ractnter ufse oijiuiie fals «; /c-rwfi- cvjvats. 

Clean, (quire and dean,) gaafi, ganRlic^, aJHc un^ 
gar /c;.'/ a fah, ahjyument. The dean contrary way, 
unrccijt, l»ai ^i::tcrc lupcrtcrri/ S^ns bua rcitcrfrid/ gans 
ontscri/ « contrefem, a rebours. 

To dean, et»9^ rein nm <3u&cr, ^tflc ittoc^oiy rcmu 
gen^uefcacn; ^^; fohr. 
Cleinlineis, .:, net fete. 

Cleanly, nttt, jaulnr, tiuh lit Hi vmiihit licfcct,i»o- 

fre, net. 

Cleanly, Adv. rcitllw^/ fiubsrlic^/ proprement, nette- 
nent. 

Cleannels, ^te fmbcrf cit, rctnigfctt ; iierlic^fcit ; fcujc^- 
^tt, mttete ; politejje ; furete. 

To deanie, ctwas rcuiisctt/ rein otcr faub«r raac^eii/ 

iUSfegen, purifier, ecurer. 

Cleanied, flcrcinigt, miiqc^trpyrifie, ecure. 

Cleanfer, Dcr J)a rcuiiget/ rciiic mac^t eter ausfegct/ 

f«» puritie. 

Cieaiiiing, Hi Xtimvx, auafegcit; Jf. fallion de puri- 
fier, &c. 

Clear, bell/ ^citcr, fc^dnrnb; flar, offcnbcr/ beutUcp; 
rein, lauter; fiuber/ nctt; fein/ ^utf*^/ 9ut burc^0c^tt9/ 

flar; utifc^ulOig, frep, c/air; pui;fans melange i net: fin, 
penetrant i innocent. A dear complexion, cine fcftone 
farte im angefic^tC/ «» ^c-^a /^/k/. A dear reputation, 
tin unbeliever gutcr na^me , reputation qui n' eji point 
tacbee. A houfe clear from infection, im reined l)au^, 
tae nii^t angeficcft ift/ iir.e maifon qui h" eJl p</int infe^ie. 
To be clear in the world, to be dear from debt, tlic- 
Btanl) ntd^t? fd>ulbig fctjn , »«■ divoir r'-. .• .} pjrfonne. A 
dear countenance, ein muaterc^ ■ S\6)U , un 

vifage ferein. A clear coafl, einc n.. ::,. TOO fcitic 

frnttdncfe, fU'l?pcrt/ cber tcrgleit^cn gefahr tit, c6te feure, 
fans nu.ur- bar.:: -': h-i'^ns. To — :-!-;c a clenr riddance, 
fid) Mi c ■ -'• ten einer 

fad^c gc!; , v.i/ :« cn?c 

brinacn; juio m mu iilnuu^ 'nni^va , j'c diiaryajjer tout 
a fait (Tune affaire; mettre tout en trdre. A dear eftate, 
tin frcDc^ gut^z tarauf fetnc fc^ulCcn finb/ »« ^/t^ oWr, 
^ liquide. A dear confdence, ein rctnes gewiffen/ »«<" 
confcience nette. A clear title, ein UniTDeiffclbafte^ rct^t 
(fber titcl JU etwa^ , titre declfif. 'Tis all clear g;un to 
nie, fo uid geninne ic^/ f'<f^ autar.t tie gagr.epi.ur moi. 
To ir.ake the houfe dear, to dear the houfe, (XVA eincm 
\y^\% au^rdumcn; e^ letig cter leer m.:cfien/-tf/^«?r /-« mai- 
fon. To get clear of the port, aae t-em hafcn fiji^rca/ fe= 
leln / /«-.'/>- du port. 

Clear, .^^v. ganB/ gatiBlic^, ganft unb gar, /o«/ a fait, 
entirrement. To come off dear ," gli:c!licft tflrflU« (bfli 
son) f onimen / /^ //>«- bagues fauvss. He came ciF dear 
from all imputations, er %Qi \x6t i»cgen oUe^ t*c " " ': 
man ihn tcfdiult'iaet, wrantwonet il s'efi pu- 
des crimes dor.t on t accufoit. He carried it cic^r, u :i .£ 
ti mJt rabm erbolten,///' <i emporte de haute lute. Make 
youx cafe dear, gcbct einen grunbUe^n bcricht »pii eurcr 
flC^e, iclairciffex bitn vSfre affaire. To ftan'd dear, au? 
>em rccgc ^cbcn//i/>^ //^c «■. To leap dear o%er, htnuber 
ft>rin8<n//r/?»ir/^/r le faut. The ikn fea dear, t)ie fpnne 



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(lef.t f(f one ttttfer, le foleil ejl beau en fe eouchmt. To 

have a revenue of a thoufand pounds dear, tiiufenb 
Siiglifc^e pfunbe reined ciiitommcn fiat-cn , alle unfc!r:n 
abcerei^net/ avoir un rever.u de -iiiiUe livres Jreilin lous 
fy nix fait s. Clear -lighted, fcer citi gutei gcuc&te cfccr 
- " ^ .l^.dair-voyant. Qear-Jfirited, 
she, ingenu. 

lr.e cl.ar, r,;-: inr.rc getaufcc, le dans-eeuvre. 

To dear, tXxaai l)eU, fltir, loutcr, rein/ fauber/ nett 
macf)cn,rcini«cn, »tn ttxoci fdubem/ crldutcrn, erfldren, 
iciairdr, rfttcyer, purifie-,: To dear the highways of 
robbers, Mc irraffen ten Un rcnbcm f^ubern; nettoyer Us 
grands cbemins de voleurs. To dear a boat at the cu- 
itom- houfe, ben ;ca»cr ein fc&ifFint joHbaurc cntrid^ien, 

acquita- une boi-que a la douane. To clear a palTage, ilf 

eitteni patjc cber burc^gange alle? rcecruuincn/ cbcr au5 

bem n>ege tf*un, debarraffh- un paffage. To dear a buli- 
nefs, tint jad^e erfldren, einen granblt^en bcrid)t ba»cn 
geben, edaircir une aif'aire. To c^^ a difScoity, einc 
fcfttrere fiJge a\X^ii\tn.refcudre,demeler une di^culte. To 
dear a priibner, einen gcf'anaencn lc§, frcn frrcc^cn, f*- 
foudre-, dechargcr un prifcnnier. To dear one's feif 

from a crime, (ich cincr miffctbat btil^cn cerantwcrtcn/ 

cntfi^Ulbigen , rechtferriacn,/^ purger {j-jjifier) d'un cri- 
me. Tt) dear the table, tjom ti^t Obtdumcn/ dejfervir. 
To dear txhe room, fiu^ cinem gemsc^e atiirdumcrt, flus- 
|iel)cn/ Tuider la cbambre. To deat acccJunts, fcinc rcc^- 
nmtg rid>ttg mac^en/ alle \tm fc^ulbcn abjablen, regler des 
cor.tes, payer Jes dettes. To dear ones debts, fciilC fc^Ul- 
ben ticfjtig mac^en,beiaf)len,//^a;«/(??-y>x dettes. To dear 
an eftate, reid?t^um gewtnncn; alle^/ reo^ man auf fcin 
I)tiu^ obcr lanb fc^ulbig ift/ rie^tig maoftn, Hquidei; acquit- 
ter un bien. She fcolds to clear her lungs, \\z {<&)\VA, um 
ihrc bruti JU h^XW, '.lie que-relle pcurfe nettoyer le poumcn. 
To dear the brains, bas gebir*ireiniv!cn,/'a7;fO- le cervecu. 
To dear up, (jcUe, ()eiter ujcrben, (rocnn man tjoni reetter 
rebel;) ttxoai glatt iicbcn/ \>\t runpcln bcrau^ mac^en,/* 

decouvrir, s' edaircir, [en parlant du terns ;) derider. Clear 

up your brow, niac^ct curc ^irne glott, feiyet frolic^ auf 

diridex x^ctre front. .^k/^^,. 

Clearance, 5*. cine cntric^MkBkffi^ / tm y^Uiomt, 

P acquit a la douane. ^^^^^V 

Cleared, ^elU Obcr rcitt %tmKl^K. iclaircit net- 
toy e, ifc. 

Clearer, if! ict comparativus t>on dear, c' ejl le cempa- 
ratif de clear. 

Clearing, \iit reinigung, j>eranttt«ortung > ba^ ^;dh cbcr 

rcinmac^en, edairciJfema:t,juf:ification, Paftiun d' edair- 
cir, de nettoyer, CTc. f. To dear. 

Clearly, gdnl?l(d>; bctltiic&/ tout a fait; elairement. 

CJeam'els, \>k flarhcit/ bcr glanft ; beutlic^fcit/ vtt: 
pdnbli(f>!ei£ ; lauterfcir, rcintgfeit/ da>te; perfpicuite, evi- 
dence; ncttete, purete. The cleamefs of the air, V\t beU 
le, bcitcre luft/ la ferinite de I air. The deamefs of the 
voice, ixvii fieliC ftimme/ une vcix clane. The deamefs 
of fight, iivi gutc5 geflC^tC/ la darte de la wu'e. Clear- 
nefsot found, tm hzWiX, beutlii>cr flang, //x darte du fon. 
Clearneis Irom a fault, btf unfchuiby innocence. 

Clear -lighted, f. nad> Clear. 

To cleave , etmas fpaltcn , jcrfpalten ; fic^ ff^Xttrx, am,: 
fraitcit, aufrailcn/ berjien/ auffpringen, fendre, uivifer-, 
je fer.dre. To deave to (xinto,) anfleben, uc^ an^jcn^cny 
a.V\. Ct»a€ flccfcn bleiben,/? coler, s' attacker a. 

Cleavcx, bCT/ bie ba ^^%%X, alui-, celle qui fend. Wood- 
P 3 deaver. 



The 



cleaver, ciu ijolft^^adfcr/ bucberon. A butcher's clearer, 
eiiiesi mc<^cr? bed obcr bocfmcficr/ im coupcret. 

CkMving, V. t)a^ fpaltctl/ K. Fafilon dc fendre, i^c. A 
cleaving , eiue fpaltttns}; fpaitC/ cut X\^., X\%, une fente, crt- 
vajjh. A cleaving to, Hi mlithtXl, ani)anflClI/ attache. 

"Cleaving to, A. ariflebcub / ftC^ ant)eK9Cllt> / qui s' atta- 
che OH cole. 

Cleer, &c. f Clear, &c. 

Clelf, f. ClifF. 

Cleft, A. gcfpaltett/ aufgertffctt/ JC. fendu, d'evaffe. 

Cleit, ijl aucb -ba^ imperleft. be^ verbi to cleave 

Cleft, S. cittC finite; elil ri§, rt'fi/ /^■w?^, crevajjg. 
cleft ot the breecli, bic rtri^FcfbC/ la raye du cul. 

Clem, A. (Jti fiatt Clement. 

Clemency, "^xt giitigfcit fanfftntut^/ clemence. 

Clement, guttc?/ fa»ftmut^t3/ clement. 

Clench, f. Clinch. 

To clench, f. To clinch, &c. 

Cieped, adj. betumct/ getufetl / nomme, appelli. 

Clergy, bie get1tltd)feit/ tie geiillid^Cit/ /^ r/^;^^, les 
eeclejiajitqites. Benefit of the clergy, f. Benefit. Cler- 
gy-man , cin gell^iic^ef/ un ecclr/taftique. 

Usrical, sieiflltc^/ jum 9ei|Kici;crt jlasibc 9el;lre»l>/ de 

clerc, ecclijtiijl'ique. 

Clericords , f. Claricords. 

Clerk, ciit gci)llid;cr/Ciiie gcijllic()c pcrfott/«« clei-c. The 

clerk of the parish, bcr firc^cn-fc^rcibcr, bCf lix^tXile clerk 
de la faroijji. Writing - clerk, cill fc^rcibcf/ cin fecreta- 
rius, WW clerc, un Secretaire. A clerk of the kitchin, tin 



a8 CLE. CLI. CLI. CLO. 

itt Ut uiX'tixnii, Gradatio, lat. flcigcmng bet ttU/ tBewii fii 
inmcv nadjbrudlid^cr tt-irb, gradation. 

1 o climb, to Climb up, flctteru, biiiauf Flcttetn, ft'C* 
d):!V ObCl* tUigeil, griviper, gravir, niontcr. To climb up 
with a ladder, duf Ctticr letter ()i!iauf iTcigcn, efcalad^'r. 

Climber, beC/ bic bfl fUtterf obcr hiwm^ ^mct , grim- 
peur, grinipeufe. h. Hafty climbers have iudden falls, ie 

gcfa^wiiibcr mrtttl>{nauf jietiU't/ ie lcid;t.r fan man ^eru/tcr 

faUei/ /'/«i' f??/*^ /'«Ve de ?>ionter,phis en eji fujet iitomber. 

Climbing , bfl^ fifttcvn , K. grimpcment , /' tf/Z/ow <ife 
gritnper, 4sfc. 

Clime, f. Climate. 

To clime, f. To climb. 

Clinch, cin fluges/ fd)flrffftmti?e5 roort/ cin fhtgct/ getftli* 
c^er frrud;/ cbcr aud> cin fc^crfi, cine pc^ierlic^C/ fur^nsciU'i 

ge rcbC/eill jl^nad, cin fd^mntlcF/ un^pointed\fpr2tt penfee 
fpiritiu/le, unjcu de THots,un ban mot, un tnot pouri ire. 

To dUnch, timi jufamn!cn;ieJ)en/*jUtf)un/ jumoc^cn fer- 

rer,fcrtner. i o clinch a nail, '^X'i, fpttje Cinc^ nflSCleUm^J 
fc^Iflgen / river un clou. 

Clinched, jufanimengejcgcn/ jugctljart/ uni9efc()lascn/ 

ferre, ferjne, rive. 

Clincher, eiuiT/ ber f lurtC/ fd)arffinmgC/ fpififunbigc/fitrfi^ 
rociligc ivcrte ebcr rebeit j?cri>riu9t/ »» difeur de bons motst 

un faifeur de poivtes. 

A clinching witricifm, citte fpiHfunbigf cit/ cine fc^arffftn* 

nigc rcbC/ tin fdjroancE/ U7Je poi»te, un jeu de mots. 

To cling together, xuffimmcnj)cngcn obcr Hcben/ etre 

joints enfemble. 1 o cling to ',,unro,) anflc(>ert. sufatuntcn^ 

lM)v:v\6)xdba, fcuyer de cuijine. The clerk of the King'5 ; flebcu/ ftd^ ixw ctrcaS an^ciigen, bciran ftccFcn obcr l)en3cn blci* 

great wardrobe, ber Obcrj^C fammcr^bicricr in ber Eonigli^ l HW/f^'joindre, s'attacher,fe colcr, fe tenir a ou contre. 

<l[)i\\ flcibcr-fiinimci'/ Ie prentier valet de chambre de la gar- \ Clingy , iufrtntmenflebcnb / anficbcnb / an^engcnb/ flebci- 

dcrobe du Roi. Clerk comptroller of the King's houfe, : vid)t/ gi«bcrid)t/ glunnt , qui s" attache ou cole. 

ber obernuiffe^cr in be? fontg^ ^i\\x\t,clerc comptrollcur de\ Clink, etn l)cller tl)cn obcr fl«ng/ fin QctU , fon aigit, 

la maifon du l-ioi. Clerk of the maikct, tin marcEt^fc^Ccif i tintcment. 

ber, ber uber bic gctt5id)tc m'ii maafj beftcUet i|l/ comptroi- 1 To clink, eiitcn {)cUen fd)«U/t!^o«/Obci; Flnng gebcn, \vixt 

leur des poids & des niefures. < lerk of the affizes, cri- CbCC l)CllC flingcn, t inter, rendre unfon clair. 

tninal clerk, ber blut'fd;reibcr/ ^^^cr criminel. I To clip, ii\Mi bcfdjneibcn/ runb bcruut befcfjneibcti/ ro- 

clerkship, \iQi.Ji amt cillce gcilliidjcn/ Ober cineg ^^uvAgner,couper tout autour, * To clip one's wings, eiiiem bic 
%iii, K. I' office de clerc, de grej^er, isfc. f. i.k-rk. . i fiugel bcfc^neibcn/ i\)n i)emutl)i9cn / feinc gcwfllt miiibcrn. 

Clever , gefcf)i(|M|||||!^/ trcjlic^/ artiS/ f;ubfd; ; l^urtigy I rogner les ailcs a quelcun. To clip sheep, bic fd;nfc fd)4? 
fertitt/ adroit, rHJK/^Fv expeditif. {xiW, tondre les brebis. To clip & coll, lUliarmcn/ umt)iU* 

Clever,clevcrly!5e|e^cft/ttrttg/f0 {tin^droitement^outnet. \ fen, uni bcil \)'M fiUlCrt / embrajj'er. Frenchmen do clip 

Clew, i\n f iicuel/ peloton. 

* Ciey, f. Claw. 

To click, to go click -clack, cirt gctt)6ttc marfjctt ivic 
iic-'trtC/ ober ane cine frtcf-ubr, rocnn fie gc$ct////«v tic-tac. 

Click ct, cine flapper; ber t)ammcr tin ixwtx x\)\ixi,des 

cliqucttes; marteau de forte. 

Client, cin flicnfC/ ein fdAiij^gcnoffe; etne parf^e^/ bercn 

fadjC man ful)rct/ client, cliente, partie. The clients of a 

man in power, bic crertturcn eiiiciJ groffen ^txxn, ober bic/ 

(b er *8U C^rcn bcforbert ^at/ ks creatures d'un grand. 

Cliff, Xiii {)cii^b^augcn/ bn^ nicbcr{)an9en / ber flbt)an,i] 
eine^ tjiigcB obcr t^ca; cine flcinflippc/ ein gdlKt" ffl^ ; 

etn niuficalifcbcr da.vis , penchant , defcente, pent e d' une 
culline; rocber, roc her efcarpe ; clef de mujique. 

4 la't, eincfpaltc, xi^, rii; ber a^mo,, Hiob^mitn, 

fente, crevafj'e ; pfiite, defcente. 

ciimatlerical, |u ctnem fluffen* ober rocc^fcl^ial)? ge^o^ 

Cenb / climaclcriiiue. 

Cl:m,ue, 'iit MnmteliJ'gcgenb/ gegtnb, lanbfc^afft/ cin 
t^eil ber »velt,. dimat. 

Ciimax,5'. ^RlietDricaifigur,otherwife called gradation) 



English, iDcnn bic Sranfiofen (gnglifc^ rcben, fo beijlcn fic 
tiit WOrte ^alb ab,. /« Francois prononcent mal VAnglois^ 
ils wangent la vtoiiie des ?nots. 

Clipped, tcfd^nitten, gcKl)oren/ K. rcgne, tondu, il^c. 

A clipper of sheep, cin fc^atjHjarcr/ un tondcur de bre- 
bis. Mony -clipper, cincr bcr Hi gclb auf ber ccfc run> 

^erum befdjneibct/ un rvgneur d' argent. 

Clipping, bfl^ bf|cb"t*ibcn obcr fd^ircit/ Paflion de rogner ^ 
OH de tondre. Clipping & colling, bie nmarmung/baeunt:? 
\)0X{ini embraffenient t accolade. Clippings, abgefdjmttettC 
^Mt, rognures. 

dipt, f. Clipped. 

Cliller, f, Giiller. 

Cliver, fleinf Ice ; cine6 uie^gcr^ Ui\ ober l)acfnte(fer, me- 

lilot; couperet. 

Cloak, &c. f. Cloke, &c. 

To cl^ath, ike. f. To clothe, &f. 

Clock, cmc Ubt/ /^oWog-f. f. auc^ beetle. Pendulum- 
clock , cine ul)r mit cincm 5ann<^cwid)t/ borlvge a p'endule. 
What's a-clock? what a-clock is it^ tOCldje icit i\i C«? 
m m\ bot C^ gcfdjlttgcn? quelle heure eji il* 'Tisfoura 

clock, 



CL O. 



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dock , d if! fitcr / iJ eji quatre beures. Clock-maker, «n I (i($ *, »frf(§aKg<!t, ftcQe/ ;i!rilicff>alten{> / ttettfg rtbetib ; pets 
u^rmrtrf^cr, borhgsr. clock-making; t)ic wt-rmacfter^unjt, Ui^, farg; |>ar|am, hausfcdlna ; fcilc; ff«tf/U'Mb^afftj<i//fr- 
bcrlo^ciig.. i.iock-viotky ^{ttdttl'^tlmt , foTKjerie. \re: joicnant^ ccntigu; cache; fecreti refei-e^qutpr^rle 



♦ 'Ihe clock of a fcocking, tCT iWldcl an cinctB flrumyff/ ! ^t"" ; avme ; eamome -, ferme. * A clofe bali, at billiard^ 



k coin d'un bas. 

To dock, &c. f. To diick. Sec. 



! tint an bcr bantc anlicjjetibc biJliard-!uacl ;■ une mile colee 

au jeu d'4 kilUard. He is a dole prifoner, crtJt <X<ikW% fci^ 

Clod, dot, cin ecteiitli?^/ cine ert>i<$oQC/ motte de ;/rrf. ! tm gefiingnie Derfdilcfien/ man gicbct <ienQu auf ibn fliitung, 

Clots f)f blood, fUunpen gcronnen Wut/ des grumeaux de j ilejletroitement refferre dans la pr'tjon, onh-gende aveue. 
fang, c.nllots. Clofe work, tierbe-6irf?tC arfectt; cuvrageplan. A dole dis- 

^ ci'jtl-pate, tummer. fiartkrm'ger/ langfamsr fp^)ff/ /f^^; courle, tin furSiufintmctigqcgencr Difi'i'tf wK^z/fOffrjcow- 



^/wrc', esprit lourd <s^ pejant. 

To dod, ciiieti acfcr cgcn, fcic crtflof cr mtt eincr <3e iu- 
trec^eit; %txm\tn, iufammcn nune«/ berfer, rompe les 
mottes avec une berfe ; s'eKgyumeler, fe caiiUr. 

Clodded, geronnetl / eng-umeU. 

Cloddy, »oll;r cr&cn-'fiotfer ; geronncn / />/<?/» de mottes 

de terre--, cat I Is. 

Clog, einc l)inl)crnie/ oer^ipbcruna ; feiftln , em^arr/ts, 
9i/iac/e', entraves. A clog about a dogs neck, clll fnit- 
tel ;jn einej t>U;ibeiJ f)iUfC/ tronqon. That's a tine euate, 
but rhere s a dog upon it, es jft jnwr tin )c^6nc9 gut, obcr 
e^ ftirJ) fdiulb«n trauf gcmac^t, olicr w i|t ftcrfcHt/ ce l?ien 
eJi fort beau , mnis il ejl i bulge de dettes , on il eJl bypo- 
This nneat is a clog to one's ftomach, Vlt^t fpct- 



CIS. A clofe room, cin flcitt, cvMi (Jcmaci) une petite cham- 
bre. A dole corrdpondence with one, cinc CcrtTUUt? 
frcuiitfctatft obcr gancinfdjafft niit eincm, une etroite com- 
munieutioji. Clofe weather, jinltCf tVcttcr/ .'<» /<?w;x couvot. 
This is dole fweltr\- weather, c^lfi fd^roulicftt reamin>et; 
tet/ t)aB man fiir hie'c erfticEcn mt^ttj il fait une cbaleur 
etoufante. A clofe jeih ciuc (tid^cUrcbe, tint jtit^leabc 
fc^cr^-rcbc, une raillerie pi quant e. A dole fight, ci:i rref? 

fftt/ cine fc^lacht/ wwe wf/^'c-. Cldfe-ftooi , cin noc^Mhi^l, 
felle percee. Clofe-coar, dofe-boditd coat, cin ciigcr recf< 
jujiauccrps. P. A dole mouth catches no flics , butd^ 
Dfl5 ftilifc^njcigen oerlicret man offt bit gele^cnljcir ftd) &er* 

OCr jM ftitti/ y^a^f de parley en perd fcuvent l^ccajion de 
fe poajjh: Clole-fUied, gctHta/ farg avare,taqu:n. Cio- 

Clole-ctppt, geniur 



tf^eque 

[i licgt lange ini magen, cette viande ef. pifante a rejio- ''ie-wjikt, bldjtCy bic^tc qtmad)t; plein 

mac, charge rejhmac. Clogs, wooden-clogs, ^oleemc ' bcf'c^Oten , tondu de pres 

^\x\>t,t\nx\^vL'C)t-\Mtn,despatinsdebois. | Clcfe, 5". btr fccfc(>iii§/ ba^ cntc; ciii umfi^Icffcncr «rt/ 

To clog, cincn t)inbcrn/ i'erl)inbcrn , il;m tjer^inbcrlic^ ' ein unijaunte^ itXti, conclu/wn^fn-^ clos,enclos. 
fepn; txxaoA ukrlflbett/ tefdi njeren, ini magcii fci)!ter lie^ i Clofe, Adv. e.g. to live dole, farq, fparfam Ithiw, vi- 
%tn^ embayrajfer,enipecher ; charger. I iind this ale dogs vre d'epargve. To draw the battalions clofe, bie treup* 
my ftomach, i(f> bcfiitbc, bttK biefcsbier nnr ben magcn auf- pen bidjtin einanbcr ftcUen./cryvr les battalions. To write 
Wi^tije trouve que cette biere me gonfle. ' '" -.-■-. ^ -, . ^ , ,. 

Clogged, gc^inbert / }C. embarrajp, ^c. f. To clog. 
Clogging, bi35 biiibcni; tcfc^mcrcn/ autblc»)cii/ id'eclion 

d'embarrajfer, cbajgei; genjle?-, tJ'r. f. To clog. 

Cloggbg, A. !)inbcrnb/ verbinbctn^ , £'w^.j;vv^«/, ac- 
ceblant. Ale is dogging, bo^ fi{j|c bicr bUt)ct bcn itiagcn 



Cloied , f. Cloyed. 

Cloifter, ci« clcficr; bcr crcu^-'gang in eincm clcjier/ 

cloure. 

To doiiler up, etrten in citt dofrer f^un/ fictfsn; ftc^/ 
»ber eincn anbem irv'cnbemo cinfcftlicffcn/ M% cr glfictifam 
ttie cill muncft Icbct) enfermer dans un convent; enfer 
mer dans que/que lieu que cefoit 



:loie, cn4 in ciitanber fcferciben./ fen-e?- les Hgr.es. To puli 
the bridle dofe, \)tn jaum cinc^ pfcrbe^ f)atre flnjiepcn//«-- 
rer la bride. To lie dofe, fic^ im bettc n?cM }Uaebe«ft 
%a\.tin,fe ter.ir bien couvert an lit. To rtand, to fit, or 
to lie dole together, bictit an cinflnbcr jtc'rcn, fmcn cbcc 
lichen ,fe feiTcr. Clofe to the ground, ^artan bcr tt^C, 
ajleur de terre. To follow one dole, eijlCttl auf bemfuf 
nad^ge^en / tiat^jagen / fuii're , pourfuivre quelcun de pres. 
To ftick dofe to one, citiem fcljr an^unacn, fie^ bertdabig 
jU il)m ^<3^\.Xt\\, s attacker a quelcun, lui f aire fa ccur. To 
foUow one's work dofe, ^tim atbtit ficitig abn?atrcH/ etre 
offidu a jrjfityar^ail. To Ihidy clofe, ^ti^i^ ftubierci! \tii 
ncm itubieren jleif'ig eblicaen / hre fort ftudieux , s'atta- 
cber a r etude. To keep a thing dole, tXXtii ^tinilic^ 



Cldiftered, doiftcr'd up, in cin clojier gct^an; cingcfc^lijf- ^alrcn, tenir une chcfe feaete. To thruft dole together, 
, T-^'-\ ''""' "''' ^'"'^•^«^' ^^- i ^'<*t juMmmcn^iTen obcr bnitf cti . prejjir. To shut dofe, 

ClojUenal, clo|teriJC^; de clottre, monajli^iu :. \tU iumfld)«n , iUrl}U!l , tid)te \\nt\^tn> fcrmer bien , jcin- 

cioke, cm mantel ; ber ucrn^anb/ t}ic ausrcbe,. cin fc^eirt/ j dre bien. Clofe by, ban an, na^c btv tout pres. Ttf so 




va.jje. Clofce-bearer, cin maiUeUtrdaer, porte-manteau. ' fc^ljqjen, rcnft 




pallier, cacber ; matre le mtnteau 

Cioked, bcr cinen mantel urn f)at; kbecftbcfAoncttJc^ 

WantClr, couvert dun mar.teau, couvert., cache, pallle. 

Cloie, ti\<S;)t, bicf/ bttf in einaiber; bidjr cbc-fiigc jurui'-- 
roeii, nalje on cniaBbcr/0»l? bic H«f<rO ^crbpracn; ^cinv 



To clofe up a letter, cinc:i bricif 
To dole with 
; ntit i^in itbcr- 
s'accordcr avec 
dofe with the 
enemy, rait bcRi fcinbe ju ^ctte ium treffcn fcmnicj/ en 

veuir eux mains avec I'etmevii. 

Cloied, bcfd;ljjfen, jugeniod^t/ "K.fini, fa-mi, i^c. 

Ciolely, ewbCtiter/ {>eitnlid?cr tOcifC/ ceuvertement, fc- 
cretement. 

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Clofcnefs', hk bic!c ; hie naf^e cttfe^ btiifle^ ; ^cimtic^i: ' 

fcit/ VCVfdjmtqtn^cit/ epai^Jfement ; contir.uite ; refet-ve. 
f. Clofe. 

Clofes, cin klbcr 6alcfe lii ctncm fd;ilbc , la molt'te d'une 

barre dans le blafon. 

Cl6iet,clticaLnuet,eni fammcrlein obcr jtriblclti in wflcm 
gemad)C/ ein fd)rctfe-|liibleiii/ fiut»icr;f{iiltletn cabinet. 

Cloletting, fie I)cimlicl)ctt gcfd^dftc . ober gcf)dmeiifflc^cn 
unb ratt)fd)lavic i)eiJ ge^etmen rrtt()^ / beg geric^t^ , obcr gcmct- 

ncit IDcfcnC/ hitrigues eiu cabinet. 

doling, bai^ f^lteffcti, umfd)licffcn/ jc btcumjnunung. citi- 

((^licffung/ / 'aflion dejinir, S'c. cloture, cloifon. 
Clol'ure,f. inclofure. 
Clot, f. Clod. 
Clot-bur, gt:o§::flcttClt/ lappe majeure. A clot -head, 

cldt-pated fellow, cititolpclf bumiher/ uitgefc^ letter ferl/ 

«» lourdaut. 

To clot, f To clod. 

Cloth, linnen-cloth, leinwatlb/ tcinctt tUC^/ toile. Clo'rh, 
woollen-cloth, tud) / tWCUcit t\\ii) , drap. The cloth, the 
table-cloth, ba^ ti|cl);tud)/ la nappe. Cotton-cloth, baum? 
nSOUetl tllC^ / toile de cotton. Hair -cloth, lack -cloth, 
i)dt:mc^ tUd^ / cin \jk\mi flcib/ cUhe, baire Tiflue- 
cloth, brocab/ brocard. Cloth-rash, gerinS/ fdjlec^t tlic^^ 
demt - r/rtf/>. Hearie - cloth , \^\X)<xt%ii t\\6) , banilt man 
ben tobten ' fucg bcbecFet/ drap mortuahe , poile. Sear- 
doth, cere-cloth, genxfc^fcttuc^/ wac^H'flajler/ cingclinb 
jug'-p^af!cr/ /f //^ f^VeV, tvr/7f. Horl'e-cloth , cinc pfcrb ? be^ 
Cfe/ fatteU'becEc » /^o»/7^'. Scarlet-cloth, fd};ivla^ , ecarlate. 
Saip-cloth, crobCiJ pacf'tUC^. ferpHlere. Meat, drink , and 
cloth, cffCtt/ trilKfen unb f Icibcr, A? vie <!5f le vetiinem. \Z\6t\\.- 

■workcr,cintiic^'fc^eerer/^rrt/>/t.T. Cloth-weaver, cin njcber/ 
tuc^macf)cr/ Icinrocbcrr //(7frtfK<r/. cioch-trade, bertuc^-i)anj 

feci, bcr t)anbcl niit Icinroonby trafic ae drap on de tiile. Cidth- 
beam, ber tt5ebc;baum,?£'K^^ de tifferand. 

To clothe, cinen flcibcn/ bef Iciben/ babiller. 

Clothed, be!lcibet/ habilUy vctii. 

Clothes, cin flcib/ flcibct; f (eibunS/ U<:^6)t, habit. A fuit 
of clothes, cin ganl^ f Icib? rocE rocflc unb h^fcn, un habit. Clo- 
thes, Icincn 5cug/ rodfc^C/ Unge. To put on one's clothes, fic^ 
fln'sicbctl/ nnlegcn/ J 'habilkr. To pull offone's clothes , ft(^ 
auejie^cn /^ deshabillcr. To vv^ear plain clothes, cin fc^ledj; 
te3 f Icib tragcn/ ^/?-f hahillC-fimplement. He has lb much a 
year falary, & his maftcr's old clothes , cr t)at bc^ jahrS fo Dtel 

loJ)n,unb bte f Icibcf/ fo fein f)crr ablcget / iUtantd appointc- 

ment par an,ilf la depoiiille de [on maitre. Clothes-ILiie, cin 
fine! obcr fd)iuir/ borfluf man bic TOdfcfjc \\k trocfncn (xingt/ 
corde atendre le lingepour lefecher. Bed-clothes, f. untcr 
Bed. 

CRjthier, cin tUC^<^dnblcr/ tnc^-'tttac^cr/ drapier. 

Clothing, baeificiben, bcfletbcn; flcibung, fictb/ fleibcr/ 

radion d' babiller vetement, habit. 

Clotted, f. C;Iodded. 

Toclotter, f. Todod. 

Cloud, cine nJoTcf Ci nue\ nuage. To be under a doud , in 
nott) (lecf en, traurig [mx, etre dans I 'adver/itc. 

To doud , ti\mi mtt rcelcEen uberjiebcn , tn'ibe / bundfcl, 
ftnficr, ttJ0lcftc})t, trauiiq mac^en ; tvubc / buncf cl , fin|!cr/ 
nJClcf ic^t JDcrbcn ; ebfcurciry eouvrirdenuages ; fe couvrir 
de nuages. 

Clouded, mit roolcFcn ubcrjogen, trubC/ ttjolcfidjt/trau- 

X\^f convert, obfcourci denunges ,fojnbre. A cane well 

doudcd, cinrot)r, .fo ^iibfc^ \ik auf rocUcn -- mt (icfialt ifi, 
tme cane bien ondie. Her eyes are doudcd with mclaii- 



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choly, fraurigf ctt ^at h(^% lic^t il)rcr mn\{ ucrbundPclt/ »» tri- 
fle nuage offusque I 'eclat defesycux. A clouded countenan- 
ce, ciirtraitrigciJ melimcfeylifct^e;' (mgefic^t, «« air [ombre , on 

me lane huh que. 

Cioudinefs, n5oIdctd)t tnUc ttJCttcr/ jinjlcr, traurig - me^ 

lanc^OlifcJ^ wetter/ un tems convert de nuages, un terns 
[ombre. 

Cloudy, wolrfic^t/ mit wolcfen 5{)cr,«>gcn, trubc/ bun^ 

c!el ; traurlg/mclanc*;olifd;/<ro«wrf de nuages , [ombre, me' 
lancbolique. 

Clove, ein ndgelcin- tvfir^^ndgclcin / nelcle , clou degtrofle. 

A clove ofgarlick, cin fnpblauci^:<-l)an})t/ unegouffed'ail. A 
dove of cheele, <\d)t ^funb H\Zihuit livres defromage. Clo- 
ve-giUy-flower, nflgcl4l«mlein/J^/V(?/fc musquee. 

Cloven, gefvalten/ jcrfpflltcn/Wic eine gabct gcfpaltcn/SWC^? 
JtncEid}t; fendu,fourchu. Cloven-footed, reas! cincn gcfpaltC? 
nen fU§ ()iU fourchu, quialepiefendu. 

Clout, dish-clout, ein l^rtbcr n?ifd>, wnfcO^l^abcr/ htmpcn/ 

torchon. * Clouts, 5l>i!ibcl'tlld)cr/ brayts. Clout-nail, einC 
fcfjUi^-stVCCfe/ clnude[oulier. A shoe-clout, ein fc^ul);i)flbcr/ 

torchon. Ahead clout, ein Icincn tucf)/ fo etlicbc wcibcr um 
icwl^^^WkhXW/ linge de the. Iron-clouts about wheels, ei- 

feme ringe unt m r«b, bandes defer. 

* To clout, ettt>a^ fluebeffcrn/ jlicJeit/ fltilfficfett/ rac- 

commoder. 

* Clouted , dU^gcbcffcrt/ gefJicft, raccommode. Clouted 

cream, mild^^rD^ni/ bcr naci} ber (Englifc^en mnnier tkH 
gcnnTd}t/ unb mtt jucfer unb canarien - feet incicnd^tet xfi, 
cremepreparee a l'Argloi[e. Clouted shoon , gefltcFte unb 
mit nagcln befdilagcne fd}Uf)C//o«//«-^ rapetaJJ'ez. i^ferrez de 

cloux. * A clouted shoon, clngrobcr/ bdurifd;er mcnfc^/ un 

rujiaud. 

Clcmterly,^.9rob/gaifii9f tolpifc^; ungefcf^idEt/ langfam, 

grojjier ; pe[n;tt, mal-adroit. 

CButeriy, Adv. c,xM\ii), ungcfc^icft/tol).nfc^cr ml^^jgrof- 

/iiremcnt., en mal adroit. 

Clown, ein groberbflur/ einbaurett^ftcgel/ unpdi[an, un 

ruflaud. 

Clownery, bic gtob^cit/ bfl« bdurifd^C Wefett/ rujlicitit 
gro[fierete. 

Clownish, gtob, bdurif(^/ un'^oflic^ ; bicf oben^in, iiA'^iS.'iiif 

^txm<i)t,gro[Jter,riiJiique,ivcivil;groJJieremciJtfait. 

Ciownishly, groblid)/ baurifc^cr mi^t, gro[fiirement , ru- 
fliquement. 

\ ciownishnefs, bic grob'^cit/ brt^ bdurtfc^e wefen/ gro[ftere' 

te., ruflicite. 

To cloy, cincn crfnttiacn, crfiinen , ubcrlaben / ubcrfuHcff/ 

bfl9 eilKm <^^^\t,raJJii/<'cr,[aouler. 

Cloy'd, gefdttiget/ bcr rcinel)aut ooU acaeffcrt ; ubcrbrnfiii/ 
bom ba cdc\t,[ould'une cho[e, qui en a tout[on[oul, rajjiijie \ 
dcgoute. 

Cloy fter, &c. f Cloiftcr, &c. 

(.iub, cine fnulc/ cine fircit-'fcIbC/ cin furficr bicfcrprugcl 
mit cinem f nopjfe ; '^'xi rrcflc int f artcn-fpiel ; cine iufammcn* 
Eunft guter fre«!ibe / cine gcfcllfd^aft ; "axt jec^e / ma[- 

[u'e, gourdin \ trefle ; rendez-vvus , cabale ; icot. Club- 
law, bfie!rcd)tpbcrgcfcB/ fo man in ciner gcfellfc&aft cbcr ju* 
f.immenfunftcnitcrfrcu:ibcgcmad)ti)at, lol etabUe dans une 

[ociete i fd;ldge, jlreic^C, boflonnade. All thuigs are carried 
by dub-law , c^ (iffjct alles mit getralt ju , n:.tn x\)VX flllci\nur 

mit gCTO'.llt/ on vient a bout de tout par la force. Cliih^foo- 
ted, f rUjUfii^ig/ qui a les pifz tortus Club-fifted , bcr cinC 
arofTc fautl , obcr gVOffe 1)MC ^at/ quiaungrospoing, oude 
grojf'es mains. 



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To dub, fciitett tfieil. f;inc \c(S)t, feine crte tejablett; 
feincn tt)cil ju ctroai jicbcn / fciucii t^cil jiM^'^iien , i>ii 
^Clftc bCjahUil , payer funicot, ou fa part; fe cotiljer, cun- 
trii/uer , olUr de inohie. 1 was fain to club as well as others, 
tc^^abeebcinule t)tc anbcrn in btc hn<X}\: blai'eii muMca, H 
nia fallu cracber au bajT:n comme Us autres. Two men 
dubb'dvvith Mahomet, es fjalJTca tl)rec jtBct) tent 5)iat)0^ 
met fciacil rtlceranwerfcrti^ert, dtux bammes fe joignirent u 
Makumet a fa'ire fon alcoran. 

* Clubbish, mW^(^/ 9XS^' tolpifcl)/ lour daut , gros- 
ser. 

To duck, glac^fen (reie eine f)cnttO giouJJW. * I'll 
dackhiokovertome, tc^ roil i»)ll JU mtr locJctt/ jV le ferat 
hlen vcn'ir. 

Clucking, ba^ gluc^fcn einer ^etinc / / 'anion de dovjfer. 

Clue,)'. Clew. 

» aumpertonjciiibautcn-'flegcl, Ctrl grobcr efet, unlour- 

daut, rujire. 

f Clumping, adj. fc^wec, t6lj>i|c^/ ungefd^icft/ pefant, 
tourd. 

t Clampingly , fl<^. fc^wer trd9,la^gfame^:»cife//>f/''?OT- 
mf«r, lourdement. 

Clmniiiy, groblicf), ungcfd^icft/ tolpifc^cr x&i\{^ , grojfte- 
rementP 

Clumfy, f ur^ unb bicf, uiicicfa^icf t/ tclpifd^ ; grob/ bdurifc^/ 
gri>ffler,gros , ruflre. A little dumly fellow, cJU flcincc ti- 
dttfcrl, un petit ragbt. 

Cl-iuch - tilled , f Clofe-fifted. 

Clung, (it bas P. impert. »om verbo to cling. 

Clung, ba« anfUot obcc iufammeti flcbt/ cole^ attache. 
Clung with hunger, burt unb niaget; roie eincr bcr uer; 

^Utigertitt/ ma'igre, fee., ela>Ke y comme une pcrfonne affa 
men. Fruits dung, getrocfncte* Objl/ fruits ratatinez, ou 
ridcz. 

To clung, biSrr/ trocf eit roerbcitz/tTZ'^-, devcnirfec. 

Clufler ,"61110 rocintraubc, eiii jtiicf rofuten; eine metige, 
ciii {)nutfcn, ciii ftuc! fei^cn ob« beraleicOcn grape de raijtn, 
dont les grains f(mt fort firrez; avias , pelotvn. A duller 
of bees, ciii t-auffcn biencn iuiammeu/ un peloton d'abeii 
les. A duller of islands, tin \)m^t\\ flciltC illfdn bid)t 
an cillrtuber/ ur. attoUon. To come in a duller, by 

dufters,j ^ttiiffig , cbec ^auffcnrocifc Eoninun / vmir en 

foule. 

Cluiler'd,engeiufattimcn l^altctib roic cine traube;iufammen 
gebacEcn, ferri: 

Clullerly, A. DOlUc txa\i\itn,grapu. A dufterly vine, 6(0 
recinjiocf/bccutcltraubcntrdgt/bcrccUct traubcn^engt/ une 

vigne grnpu'e, chargee de grapes. 

Clullerly , ^iA'. bidjiancinanbcf/ aie bic becrenttncinec 

trilUbc>^au|tiq/ enpeiot»n. 

To dutch,<rn)aa fcftc iufantmcn f^nlfcn/ ober suma(5crt,5u* 
faiumcn iic^en, fefle ^altcn/ mit bcr l)anb fajfcn , /cr/wo- , fer- 

rer, ter/irferme, emp'oigner. 

Clutches , i'xi !l-ucn , les grifes. To keep our of one's 
• dutches , \\<i) j)ot eiiiem oorfcljen, \i<i% mon nid^t in feme 
l>anbc femmC/ /e garder de t amber er.tre^ les mains de 
quelcun. 

Clurch-fjH, Citic'groffcfaujl, ungraspoirg. 

Cliitch-iiiled, f arg, filBig/ g«(5ig, taquin. 

Clutter, cine mam, cia ^aufen; cin flroB gcrditfc^, Idr^- 
mctt/ timuity «iO|7c^ rccfen//o«/?, multitude -, bruit, va- 
carme. 

To clutter together, fic^ Derfammlen, feanffcmrecifc jufam* 

nun fommen/ samaJferyVenirenfouU. 



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To dutter, to clotter, f. To dod. 

Cluttering, ci". tatmen, tumult/ vjrcJTe:^ mefcrt/ vacarme. 

Ciy'l ter, 1 . Li liiler . •" 

* 1 o coacervate , iXxdii «ufl>iiaffen/ iufammcn^duffcH/ 

entafjer, am^Jpr. 

Coach , ei:ie futfc^e / gutfi^e carroffe. Hackney- , 
coach, cine Ic^ii^hitfdjc, mtcttyjfuticpe / M-rf. Coach- 
horle , -ciii fut|Cben-sfcrb , cbcvalde carrvjp. Coach - box, 
bcr fJB bC5 fan'd^CCtJ / fteg*' du cocber. Coach -man, "ZiX 
flirfdjer, cocber.^ Coach -hire, btC mict^una bcr futfc^C, 
/ouage de carroffe. 1 o pay for the coach -hire, fjr bal 
ta|)rcn tuber fUtfc^C fccjablcn, pajtrh car-roffe. Cdach- 
houle, ciuort Oi":rfd)Cppe:i, wo W futfcVt-'n j^^hcn, remife 
de carroffl. Coach-maker, cinfutfd>eu-nuc^;r/ dn\nti 
Icr; carroffier. 

* To coach one, cineu in cincr hitfi^e fc^icfen, ibn bareiu 

fCReil/ eri'oyer, mettre quelcun en carrofjc. 

^ Coached, bcr in eine futfd;c g.-fricgctt/ obcr bcr barinnen 

fd^rct/ qui apris carrojfe, cu qui ef} en carroffe. 

* c oaCtion,ber jttJ.]ng.biC!iCt»)t?!Unfl/ cantrainte. 

Coadjutor, cin juseorbnctcT niitgcljulfe/ obcr jiabt^alicr/ 

coadjuteur. 

To coagulate, mac^en,ba^ ctrofl'^ jufammcn rinncy coagtt- 
ler, gcri'incn jufamnicn xixmmjecoa^ukr. 

Coagulated, ■.jCXUmxtn, caille. 

Coagulation, 'iit getinnuiig^ coagulation. 

To coake, f. lo coxe. 

To coaks, f. To flatter. 

Coal, cine fcl)lc cbarbon. Pit-coal, cinc ftcin-'foHC/ 
cboj-bon deterge. Scotch-coal, ctUC (?d}Cttldnbifd;>C U\)\i, 
cbarbon d'ecoffe. Small-coal, fOi)lcnrO:iflcincml)ClPccbcr 
Xii% I cbarbon de menu bois. Char - coal , ciuc ticife - fOi)Uv 
cbarbon de bois. Coal-pit, coal-mine, ciilC fol)U firubc, 
mine de cbarbon. Coal - merchant , cill fob'cn- J;dnbler/ 
march and de cbarbon. Coal-man, cia manrt/ bcr fcl)lcn jU 

wcrf auifcn auf ben gajTcn l)crunt trdgt/ cin fobler . vendeur 

dc cbarbon, charbonnier. Coal-heaver, tilt lali'trttgcr,- bcf 
foblcn auj ben fcbiffcn aualabct / un portefaix, qui decburgc 
les b: timcns de charBon. \ oal-houfe, coal-hole, cin fo^- 
lcn'I)au^/ cine fo^len f amracr, cbarbonnioe. • oal - basket, 
cin fcblen-'forl)/ panier a cbarbon. - oal-raker, till fcl)Un' 
rcct)CM, foblcu4'ircfC//oar/tf». C6al-duft, feblcn - refriebe/ 
f Oblcn-ftaub/ cbarbon enpoudre. Coal-black, fo^l : fc^rearK . 
noir comme cbarbon. 

Coalefcence, coalition, bict)Cre<ni9«n9; unioft. 
Coap, f. Cope. 
^ Coall, bic f ujlc/ Hi ufcr. gcjlab tiuci mecti , fe^'gettaby fct-- 

fufiC/ c6te,rivagede lamer. » Thecoaftis dear, ci v\ o.\Xi$ 
fiCbcr/ C3 l^at feine acfa^r. tout eft er% feurete , ilny a point de 
danger-. Coaft of a country-, bicgcgcnb cinc^ lanbc?, cin lanb/ 
cinelan^fd)aft,/'«irJ^, regisn^quartiers. hromallcoails , uon 
alien feitcn,. »on (^Mtn fciten t)cr, de toutes parts, a coaft 6f 
mutton, cine brujl fd^opfcn-flcifc^ , bcr baB mit ben rijjpen/ 

baut cote demou ton. 

To coaft along, an \iit fu^c l^iinfa^tcn, umfaj^rctt/ cS- 

toyer. 

Coafted along, bcT immcr art bent gcliabegcfa^cn/ mii 
man umfa^rcn ^«t, cotoy^. 

Coat, cinrocf ; tiw\\xttt, hmcr-^uttt > Ju^at/corps : ca- 
bane. A wide coat, cin TOcitcr rocf ^ cin Xdt^ rO(f ujte ca- 
\faque. Campagn-coat, cin fclb-rocf , cin muntcl mit cr 
j niClU/ cafttque de campagne, une brandebourg. A child's 
I coat, cinfinberrocf , une robe d' enfant. A duld m coats, 
J cin f lein f inb \\\ cinem reef C, «» tnfant a la jaquette. Cv>zt' 
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pockets, tie fafi^CJt cities rocfc^ / /loc/^^j- (fe cafaqueoude 
jujimcorps. A coat, petticoat, ciii tveibcr^roc?/ Ctlie iuppC/ 
une fupe. Waft -coat, ein faiiiifol/ cuie roefle / c^^w/ 

fette, vejie. A woman's waft-coat, iir^rnxbiX-iUVM^tXidcs 
braffieres. A coat of armour, cill tBrttfCii'l'UCE/ «««• cotte 
d^armes. A coat of mail , cuipaiificC/ une cotte demaille. 
A coat of annes, citl tvaffcn * rocf ; ci'l X^^iW , fd^lb ^<"''? 
d'a-nnes; armcs^ ecu. * To turn coat, u^il fciuctreUgictt 
Obcr parted) abfallcil/ toumer cafaijue. A turn- coat, tCC 
won fctua- religion l^bcr parted) abcicfiUieil / uue perfonne qui 
a change depart!. Tocafthis coat, {la^ flUc fell/ Ober t)ic 
qltC l)rtUt flbU^etl/ quitter fa vh'llle peaii y muer. P. you 
jnuft cut your coat according to your cloth , man niU^ 
fiC^ Uttcl; fcinet beef e flrccf en , f^lon ta bourj'e gouveme ta 
louche. To disgrace one's coat, (gown)fetiiCrtirocEcol>er 
ftaxxH einc fc^anbc antbun / faire home a fa robe. * To 
beat one's coat, cinen abprugcln/ battre., roffl'r quelcun. 

Thecoatofahorfe, Vh b(iareoberbiet)auteinc^pfci'bc5/ ie 

poi7y ou la peaii d''un cheval. A hawk of the iirft coat, 
ciu falcf C, bcr itvcp \<C^)t flit if! < unfaucon de deux ans. Sheep's 
coat, tin IC^aaf'^nll/ bergr.-ie. 

To coat a child, ctll f icitt f tub Ulit mvox Wcf tcfkibftt / ha- 

biller un enfant en robe. 

Coated, ber cinCil racf an M^, Cbcr trdgt/ qui pone une robe, 
Afo'ft-coarediish, cinglattct jiifc^/ bcr fcine fd)uppen \)At, 
poijjon kculr moL ■ A rough -coated fish, em rauijCC »bCV 
jd)api)icl)tcr nfcl; / poiJJ'on a cuir iipre. 

Cobjdiieret-aaiip; ciu fn'kf @pfliiifc^ermun^c / moUette; 
mneplaflre. A rich cob, m, XVA)iX gcJ^'()aW/ un riche ta- 
quin. Sea-cob, eilie rot^gan^/ mouette. 

Cobnut, tin finbcv-fpicl mit Wxa^iXi , forte dejeu de noix 
^armi les enfar.s. 

Cob-iron, mUmV-xx^Ux i barauf bcr firat^fijic^ Itegt/ 

IbXMiV'i^tWichenet. 

To coble slioes, fcf}U^c flicfctt/ raccommoder des fou- 
liiers. 

C6bler,cinfc^u^'f!tcfcr/««/«w//Vr. f a«c§ Botcher. 
. Cobweb, eiaefpilUt^tVebe. toiled'araignee. 

Cdcao-n ur, etue CflCfiO'nit^/ noix de cacao. 

Cochencai, f. Cutcheneal. 

Cock, cinba^n/ \>k rutbc etne^ Eiiakn; bcrfcnncti-'jci^ 
get an eincr/oimen^ubr; ber ^abn m citicr ntufquete; bie 
nflbclan ciner tuagc ; bcr biJ^" <"' cincr rtjajTer - robre ; mx 

^aufTctl l)CU / <^oy ; pine; ay A' d'un caSan ; ferptntin ; ai 
guille \ robtneti mule. Cocks - cotnb , bcr fanim dXKt' 
^abnc^/ cin l)!ibncn'famm*, einuarr/ crete decoqi unfot. 

Gime-cock, cin t)a(>n jum fc<l)tcn / eoq decoiytat. Tur- 

ky-cock, dipBelfd?cr/3nbi«.irct)cr cber e'rtlef«tifd)cr \)a%\h 
^q d'Inde, * To ttil a ftory of a cock & a bull, cin alt 
TSeitKr ; niflljrlein eriCf)Un / fane un cuntc de vicille, ou dc ma 
mere I'oys. * To be cock-a-hoop, (cock on hoop,) 
vrttljlen/ fid^ xoXX ctrea^ rubn'c"/ ^f ^t'*"^ vocf)C!t//«;Ve le 
jier, I'entendu. Pea-cock , cin pfaH//>«o«. Wood - cock, 
iincfd)ne}>|Te/^f^/?^f. Cock-horfe, cinfinber-rpiel/ went! 
fit <X\\\ bcil ikcFcn rcftcn» jeu d'enfunty qui conftfle k al- 
ter a cl>enial fur un bnton. Weather -cock, ixxx tCCttcr-' 

Xai)n , ghouette. Cock-pit, cin ort/ tid bicbabncniiteiiti 

anbef faWpfTcn / lieu de combat pour les coqs. Cock- 
Hghtlng, ber bfltinenifam^^ff^ combat de coqs. C6ck- 
tjowiiig, biJ!^'C(^b!»cn-gcfcbrc9, chant decoq. Cock-thro- 

wiug, cine furistonl "titx (fitgldnber jur fafttiadK-jcit/ \i<x 
fic niir prri^e'.u X{<i.<i) ci.iem b^bnenjcrifcn/ la tucrie decoqs. 
Cock-lofr, tin tf^a tftUf lJ«ni bac^C/ ^aletui. Cdck- 



c oc. 

brain'd, ()irnto^/ ffnnlo^/ unkfonnctt/ \)\xnim , fans cef- 
velL , eccrvcle. Cocks-tread, cocks-treadle, bcr UOgcl IK 
\ii\\\ tX) , gcrme cr oeuf. Cdck-ftiide, ber grffTc tt5CitC 
fc^ritt cinCiJ ^<X%\'^i . e^jambie de coq. Cock- boar, ci« 

n>ic^C/ cin MHi)i)flcin/ ccj'Wi'A C6ck-fwain, ber fui)rcr 
obcr rcgierer eiuc^ bej)fci)iff"lein^/ le condutleur du coquets 
Cock-shoot, cock -shaot- time, \)\t betnsncrung/ le ere- 
pufcle, I'enirecinen &" loup. Cock-fure, gctUtf / bctfcinCF 
{<X^)t'CiVt\\^)ZrXX'\^ifeur,quiefiafieuridefonfait. 

NB. ttjcnn cock mit bcm na()mcii bcr dojjcI in compo- 
fitione ^t^ii , bcbeutet e^ 'i^'i mmmlctn i e. g. A c6ek- 

fparrow, cin i)i(i)n iiOn Cinent fperling/ un jnoineau mile, 

&c. 

To co'ck a gun, ben 1)(ii)n m ctnem feur-roljre aufjic^ 

fien / bander un fujil. To cock (to cock - up) one's har, 
bietcitcbe^()ute^inbie l)o^c febren / ben \jVA flufrulpcn/ re- 
troujjerfon chnpeau. To oock the match , bic Uuitc an btt:S 
junb'lCd() l)aUen/ mettre la mechefur le fcrpentin. To cock 

up hay, bcuinfamnieu{)fi«ffcn/"n«feincn bauffcn IcscU/ t;> 

tajf'er du foin, faire des mules defoin. 

Cockade, S. cinefd>lei(fe*banbautbcni ^UtC/ coquarde. 

Cockall, cin beinlein au^ ciner fd)0]>6^feule < bamit 'ixt 
finbcrfpiclcn; baefpiclnutfoldicn beinleitt/ oJfelet\ jeu des 

offclcts. « 

Cockatrice, m\ bflflli'Jf ; Ctnc |)UrC/ bafilic j putain. 
Cocked, rtUfgcjOiJcn/ U*. bande, ^c. f. To cock. 

To cocker, cincn sdvteln/ licbfofcn/ sdrtlicl) auferjie^cn/ 

Uerjic^cn/ migr.arder ^ etre doux ^ indulgent , pevmcttre 
tout. 

Cocker, S. bcr ftt^ am ^a^ncrt-fanipffc crlufligct / ber 

bic ^dl)nc barjU auffuttcrt/ cehd qui fe plait au combtct 
de cOijs , qui ehve les coqs pour les faire combat tre. 

Cdckered, t)erittvtelt/ jjctjoflen/ jaitlid; aufetiogen/ ??"- 



gnardc, mignard. 
Cockerel, f.Cockrel 



Cfkkering, loi.^ nacl^gcbcrt/ uerjic^en/ H% jdrteln/K. mi- 

gnardife,racliondeniig7iard€r. 

Cdcket, iixx ficgcl bc^ jollbanfc^ ; cin frct^^-settel/ bamit man 
bcweifct ha^ bcr juU uerbic rcaawn abgcjiattct roerbcn/ cachet 

de ladniiane-y acquit dedouane. 

\ dcket, njcblanf/ munter; mutl)tt)iUi3/tro^i9/ tocHlii 

petulant, info/ent. f. Cocquet. 

Cdcket-biead, ^aufj-brobt, pain de menage. 

Cocking, .v. bCf ^OL^MXXiUxWp^ , le combat de ceqs. 

Cdckish, geil/ unfeufcb/ V^m> ^''f'-'f* ckaud. 

Cockle, ciiiemcer^fc^nccFe/ cine fleinc c,attung fcftcHftfc^c^ 
pttmcte. Cdckle-shcU , ci:ic |cf)aalc lon eincn: fcleijcr. fi^clf? 
fifcbC/ coquillcdepetoncle. Cdckle-wced, unhilUt/ Ulld^, 

ivroye. Cdckle-ftairs , eine fdjnccf cit - j^icgc / menbel - trep- 

pe / tfcalicr a vis. Hot-cockles , cin fpicl mit bCt ^aiib / fo 
Vxi fec4cute grl>rauef)c:i, Titain cbaude. 

To cockle, ruitfclft, frtltC't f ricrtcn rote tXX^Je rider. 

To cockle, f^.N. (a fea-terme) in ber fccjflljrt/ fc^du^^ 
merir OOufc^anmroeilJnJCrbeil/ blancbir^ moutomur,enpar- 
lant de la mer. 

Cdckncv, iftetn fcf;impflief)cr5nnnf)mc fur bicicntfien/ fo 
ju bonbon i^cOobrcnfinb; cinjartliug / ber jdrtlicl^ auferjeflea 

i|]/ badaut de Londres ; un mignard. 

C6c\itc\y&\\\XX\(3,it\}((i)\\,cochet,jeunecoi' 

CdcklWain, f. untct Cock. 

Cdckr, f. Cocked. 

Ci^co-nur, f. Cocao-nur. 

Coci^uct, (UUtf?WiUi3/ %u\i PCr^Utf/ coquet. 

A C')C- 



COC. COG, 
A cficcjuet, cirte fcu^lerki/ (in oer^urtc^ wtiS, vne ce- 

qaete. 

^ Cocquedsh,nU!ft«);Ut5,Ct.1>a^0Cr^Urt/ coquet. ^ 
^ Cotquecn', t)ccmuti)rai(lc,but)!fc^aft/ coqueterle. 

Cbction, Die fcauurij, i^crbiUUmg, concoflhn. 

C6J, eiiie \'6:i^i< , t)ulfc; ecu ftccf-ftfcO ; citi §au}>t^f5f= 
fen, cojfe; merlus; otviller. A man's cods, Mc ^Di'snciHe^ 
manned/ /f-f tejiuules d'un bimmey-les coliillons. Cod- 
piece , Bcr fc^lJB fo tjcrrrc an i)c.'i l)0|cn / brajette. To 
r)'e one's cod-piel-e, ctiicilt l>ttl IJCffcl werfuupfeil,. tfttl ium 
c^iit^cii bepfcplaf untiidjtcg mac^eti/ «t/«Vr raiguUUtu a 

quelcun. 

* The cod of a bay, t>cr grttn^ ciue^ mect'bufcn^ / /i?/<wfl' 

d' urn bay e. 

Codded, »a^ ^illfen o&ct fdjoteit kforaracn ^at / qi*i eft 

venu en cojjes. 0^ 

Cddder, S. t>cr/ticbacrbfcti,&o^!?cnranjmlct/«r.«/«^,ou 

ce/le qui emajje elepijh.,desfeves, &'c. 

Code, etn StfiBdmd), code. 

Codebeck , m 'StM^6\i^<!^Ct (lAMtubtdit'^Vit 1 cau- 
dfhec. 

Codidll, cin ccbiciUf «« an^aos an m tcjlamcnt/ r<;- 

djcllle. 

Codiniack, f. Quiddeny. 
' To coddle, ctnja^ ccl^ntiC fOC^cn, cuire^ bouUl'ir. 

Cddlin , ciii u::rciffer purer apffel , ctn apfel jum 
fOi^ctl, citl gcfed^tcr apffel , fomnie i bouiUir, ^ommi 
boultile. 

To coe, f. To coo. 

* Coemetery, f. Churdi-yard. 

Coequal, j)cm ontsexn glcic^, glcic^rourbig/ glcic^ctDi?/ <?/«/, 
Cc>ercion,&a^;tt>ingen/tm'5aumjialten,fccr iwang/ jaunt/ 

a^laii de retean'ir., de brldei; contrahnny bride. 

Coercive, jtBingeni), ini jaum ^aUcilt>/ ^»/ /5r/Vf, coer- 

cttif. 

Coedential , glctd&cd IDefctl^ / de meme ejfence ou fub- 
fiance. 

Coetaneous, qUid)ci dlUti , tit }u qlefc^cr jeit niitetiicm 

SUbern dcUtct, de meme age, cotitemporain. 
Coeternal, ci I c [fy':vtiq,co'ete7-r.el. 

Coexlftent,^a?5Uglctcj^ i)t/Ot»crt>adfcinn)cfeit \\x glcid^cr 

sett ^at, quiexiftc en mhne terns. 

Co-extended, nacl^ etnsa^ gcrtd^tct/ o&er glcic^ aulge^crft, 

proportloime. 

Coifee, cdffee-beny, cflffc/ cntecflfc^o^ne-/ c«ffe-beerc, 

taffeyfevedccaffe. ' dffee-tree,eincaffC'b(fumIc(n/ ca^e. 
Coffee, t)cr tranif, fo catfc oienrtn'tt trirt) , caj^e. C6ffce-hou- 
fe, ein cafe; t)aa§/ maifonde cajp, un co.ff'e. Coffee-pot, 
cin ca<t"c-^s>pf , fearimt man caffc f ec^t, caffetiere. 

Coffer, cin CO ifcr, cine firle, labC/ cofre. 

Cofferer, cin fcf)afi-mcii?cr , f^aft* ober fo|ten?»cr- 
aahrcr / J)cr t)c^ Sinmt fc^a? - fajicn tcrwa^re t / j-tf*-*/*? des 

cojfres^ 

Coffin, cm farcf; cin repofltorium.bariJufmort Sucker fefit; 
cine tlltc, ^/t^v ; </fx tab let es <* wrV/re ^fj tiv,es\ cornet. 
Coffin - man , coffin - maker , etn farcf i ntac^cr / //x//V »r ^^ 
bieres. 

Cog, cinsfl^naneincmja^mc^tert muM-'rabe; cin gcbic^^ 

ti , Ci'ie crbn!)tunci , dent de roue de mculin ; Jifiion. C og- 
wheel, cin jdtnic^tC^ tab/ /a roue en couteau. Cd<nvare, 
f tteitcrbnmtcrt. " 

To cog, cincmfd)mcic^ren; licWofen/ gute/ atattc mttc 
Scbcn, ben fiic^^ - fcf/wsne jircic^cn / jUtter. To cog the 



coc.cor. 



«; 



dice, bte ttjurffet fnei^cn mttfalfc^enwurffclnfpicien /»/?«*• 

Cogent, m(ic5ti5/ gcwaltig/ #arcf, puiJ}ant,fort. 
Cogently, Adj. gciBJUnacnet tBcife ^ dune mmiere 
forcci'. 

Cogged, <iz\khlt\tt,fiate. 

Cogger > cin fc^meic^lcT/ Itcbfcfct/ fiic^-^WflnPftf 

f^ateui-. 

Cogging, t)ij^ fc^mcic^clrt / We fi^mcic^clung/ fuc^t- 

0f»^m<xcn,fiatir:e.^ 

A cogging gameiler, cirt bctcugcf tm fridcn, unp'tpeur. 

Cogitation, ba^ be:!cfc« ci« gcbancfC/btegcbiJucfca/biVcti 
roe^uag, cincinfall iapenfee. 

Cogie-ftone, ct'l ficfcl-ftetlllcitt/ un petit caillou- 

•f- Cfigmen, f. Cog-ware. 

* Cognation, fcie jjcrwanbtK&jft / blnt-frcur.bfc^aft; 
glcid^^eit/ gleid^ni^ jwifc^cn jttsei) bingcrt/ parents-, r tip- 
port. 

Co'gnilance, cognizance , bie crfiintw^ / W\^in\ds'xftf 
crfunbigung; etn jcic^en, !cmi;eic^cn/ comtoKfance -^ mar- 
que, efsfeiene. This falls under the co^fance of phi- 
lofophy , baa lautft in \>k i>t)ilcro}>^ie l)ifictn , vnan mu? 
au3 bcr f^ilefoptjic bauon urt^eilcn/ ceft durejjlrt de la 

philofopkie. 

* C6gmz2nce(orcreJlin Heraldry) in bCT aappen-hinil/ 

fisiin ' \{CXici?tiiey, teiTne de blafon. 

Cognolcence, t>\t erfdutUnip/ ^ai erfcnncn / comois- 

fance. 

The cogno'fcitive faculty, biefraft bcr fttU, baburc^man 
Ctrea^ Ctfenncf ObCTDCrftcljet/ lafacultedecomoitre. 

f Cdgw are, cdg-ware, fc^lcdjt groft tuc^ fo ntan ccrbcf 
fen in ben nwbird)e:i proumBcn in ^iglaubgentiicfit/ draps 
grojJ:ers, qui fe fajjhient autrefois dans Jes provinces feptetit' 
trio'tiales d ' Anglete^-re. 

To cohabit, }ufammcn reohnctt/ jufammcn fc^lafctt/ bait- 

ter enfemble. 

Cohabitation, bic Jufammcn;tt«obtWng/ cohabitation. 

Coheir, ctumit^crbC/ coberitier. 

Cohcirefs, cinc mtt- crbin, coheritHre. 

To cohere, jU|aramcn'-obcrflnctnanbet ^angc«/ jufam- 
mcncehoren, niiteinanber ubcrein Uwaxtn, obcr ilbcrciufttm' 

men, convenir, s'' ace order. 

Coherence, coherency, basi jufjmniett^angen glcicfihcit- 

I ubcrcinfunft , rapport, convenance , fuite. * There h n» 
' coherence at all in his fcuU, fein fopff iji C^m ganfe ocrrucft/ 
; ^a cervelle eft tout ifait renverfee. 

j Coherent, jufamnicn' cbcr aneinanbcrftangeni , fjc^ \n. 
: faramcnrcimcnb, ubcreinftimmenb, fuivi. Hi. Your difcour- 
i le is not coherent, cure rebc baǤtnid)tanetnanber, vitre 

difcoursfe dement, nefefultpas. 

Cohobation, bi}5 cftTOicbcr^oitc ^cfubcrbijliniren cinc^ n- 

quoris, cobobation. 

Cohort, cin t)au jfen fu^^colcf bcp ben SKontcnt/ coborte. 
Coit, cine ^aube, rociber^fcaubC/ buupt-jictbe, cuife. 
Coifed, tit cine ^aube etn I)au^>t'iicrbe auftat, coifi. 

Coil, cin t^crdufct* tlimtut latin, bruit,vacarme. 

To coil a cable , cin grotjef fc^iff -- fcil runb ura etnanbcr Ic- 

gCrt, lover, ynettreenrondun cable. 

Coiled, runb gclcgt; Icrve. 

Coin, bie ntunPC* basaclb , mmnoye. P. Much -coin, 
much-care , tjjcnn rcic^thum 'junimmf fo ncbmcn and) bic 
fcrgcn \}X, les foins s'attgmentfnt avec les ricbcfjes. Coins, 
f. (."oines. 

To coin, gelb ma(^en/ fc^lagcn/ prdaai/ mun^en; cmai 
(^2 erfm: 



«4 



C O I. COL. 



erfiitnctt/mac^eit/ Ctbid^tCIt/ cct)en(fetl/ momoyer; inventer, 
/ait'e, former. 

Coinage , t>ag tllUlt^ett/ monmyage. 

Coincidence, hU lufmimmtm^t, Hi aittrcffctt/ ren- 
contre. 

Coincident, jtifrtinnten fommeitb / eutimber aiitreffctib/ 

^alg fid) \\\ tmxkx) \dt XUiX^^t, qui fe trouve enfemblc^qui 
arrive en nieme terns. 

Coined, gemuinjet/ gcprflgct; gcmac^t/ crbic^tet, batit, 

monncye; invente. New -coined words, neue WhxUX/ de 
nouveaux mots. 

Coiner, etll muilftcr/ tnuttft * mclfter/ monmyeur. 

Coines, quines, Me mwiUX ober ccFciJ ciiitr xnmtx, les 
encogneures des muraiiles. Coines, ^([i itl|!rinncflt Ultt 
einc9 gefd^ufic^ o.h^tY^ jii fu^ett; biefarbc-'feilcnbcc bucf>- 
^XMitiV I coins de mire., coins d" imprimeur. RulHck coi- 
nes, fiejnc/ fo au^ drier mauer l)crrtu^ jle^cn/ /^ar/j^j. 

Coining, ba'^ imln^Ctl/K. tahionde battre munneye,^c. 
A coining of new words, bic eiltfil^tutig ObeV t>ai ntflcfjCU 
ncuer Ittortcr.. introdufiion de nouveaux rtiots. 

♦Coiftrel, eill juiiger fnabe, jetme gar^on. 

Coite, quoite , et'llC nJurffdf)Ctl)C/ pa/et. 

Coke, ettie (uinHi)k/ charhon de terre. 

Coker, cin ta(!l6f)ner/ artcitcr / e«w/«% Cukers, bjc 
fiicfclP. bcr fifi^cr/ /Jo/rej ^e phheur. 

Cokes, f. Nokes. 

Coket, f", Cocket. 

Colander, f. CuUander. 

Coliiinder, f. Coriander. 

Cold, V. bic fdlte, ber frefl/ faltc^ wetter ; cine crFal-- 
tu'ig , cin cntfiflrr/ fc^nuriTeti obcr !alter flufi / froid; rheime. 
To catch cold, frc^ erfiUten; \izxi fc^uupffcii Mmmxiw, 
gagner un reume. A cold upon heat, ctnc Ctfflltung M^ 
Ijroffer %\^t, morfondure. 

Cold, A. fait/ froftig/ fnTcJ?/ fitf)lC/ gcfrorctt; fattfluntg/ 
fd^lciffrtc^ / langfam, ber nicj)t fd)lu§tn / bent alle^ glctc^ i(l 
froidy gele ; referve, indifferent. We are here in a cold 
place, c^ t(l fait ^ier JU fetjn, nousfommes ici frvi dement. 
A very cold lit of weather, cine groffe fttltC/ tine grande 

froidure. A cold comfort, etll leibtf^cr/ clctibcr/ fe0lccf)tcr 
trofl/ /r//?(? conjoleitiun. I'o give one but a cold enter- 
tainment, iinm gar fd)le(^t aafltren obcr ben?trt^en/ />wV«" 
quelcun froidement. To kill one in cold blood, ctlien 
e^ne einige cegcbcnc urfac^c itnie leben bringcn/ tuer quel- 

tun de fang froid. 

Coldish', eill reenig H\t, iiA)k, frifc^/ lauUc^t/ unpeu 

froidy -tiede. 

Coldly, frtit; faltfttinig^ gan? faltfinttig/ ucrdc^tU^/ 

froidement, avec froideur. 

Coldncfs, bic fdlte, berfroft; bic faUfinnigfeitz/mrftwr. 

Cole, coleu ort, fo^l^ fraut/ cheti. 

Colet, f. Collet. 

Colewort, f. Cole. 

fc filibcrt, zxw frct)gela(|encr/ »« affranchl. 

Colick, cholick, bic coltcf/ barmqtd)t, ba3 bauc^grim-- 
mctt/ culique. Stone - coUck, bic (ieiiifdjtncr^en,- bcr flcin/ 

la pierre. 

To coll, cinen um^aifcn, umannen / accoler. To clip 

& coll, um{)alfcn/ Umfaffcn, l)er?cn/ accoler y faire des 
accolades. 

Collapfed, ciiigcfallcn/ mine. 

Collar, iva fragcn , collet. Hdrfc-coUar, ba^ commct 

imzi: farnpfcrbe^S, collier de cheval. Dog's^ collar , bad 
i)alebflnb cinc^ t)ttnbei? / «» colHei- de cbien. A collar of I 



COL. 

efTes, (a coUar ofSS) etne rittcr-fette bc« rittererbeni bed 

l)Ofeilbanbcs?/ collier des chevaliers' de T {yrdre de lajarre- 
tiere. Collar -days, ik tm i (in TOCldjCn ^k XXttcX Ui 
orbcn^ fid) lllit ifjrcn fcttcn fcljcn \a^mi jours que les che- 
valiers de r ordre faroijjlnt avec leurs colliers. The 

collar of a band,ber fragen an eincm iiberfc^lagc.obcr ^dl^- 
gctt/ tour de rabat. An iron - collar for offenders, citt 

l>at^cifen filr elnen tlbelt^df er, «« carcan. * To slip onf 's 

neck out of the collar, ntc^t t^un Wollcn/ \Mi \\\m UX- 
fprec^cii; fcincn fe})|f ausJ bcr fd)linge jic^en, tirer le cut 

en arrisre ; fe tirer de la prejje. 

To collar one, v.A. etnen anfaffcti/ ljct)m fcpf nc^mcn, 

colleter quelqtt' un , le prendre au collet. 

To collate, ctwa^ gcbcrt/ lutfjcilcn/ iicrlei^en/ anftra-- 
gen; cin bing gegen m atibcr^ l)aUm,conferer; compa- 
rer. To coiUte a book, cin bllCl^ collationircn/ collationer 
un livre. 

Collired, uerlicfjcit/ gcgcbcn; gcgcn m attbct;? gc^atten/ 

collationirt/ conferre ; domie ; compare, collationne. 

Collateral, brt^ auf bcr feitc ifl/ fll8 cin fcitcn^roinb/ 
feiten-ltnieii/ ncben^frcunbc/ collateral. 

CoUkion , cine collation; ucrlci^nng cincr pftiinbe; 
cine gegcneinanber^altung ber f(^rtfften/ collation; com- 

paraifojt. 

* To collation, etWa^ collationircn/ collationner. 

To collaud, einen kUw, er^ebcn/ ^jrcifen/ '\i)\\\ m lob 
gebcn / loUer. 

Colleague, cin anit^--genof?/ niitgcfcll/ collegue. 

Coileft, cine coUcctC/ obec fnrfi firc&en^gcbct, colleeie. 

To coliecl:, (citic jtcncr obcr fd)aHung^ -' gelber) cinne^^ 
men/ einfamntlcn ; ctroas? fammlcn, cinfanintlcii/ jnfantnien 

fainntlcn/ lever, faire une levee de deniers; recueillir. 

Collefted, ctttgenoniinen/ eingefammlet/ leve, recueilll. 

CoUeaer, f. Colleftor. 

Collefting, "^^i cinnct>mcrt/ einfammleny P aeilon de le- 
ver, ou recueillir. 

Collection, bic cinncljmung obcr cinfammlung einer 

jtcncr obcr ber fd)nming^igclbcr/ levee de deniers. A 
collection out of fevcral authors, cin auSjttg /. jUfani- 
mengclcfene fcbriiftcn cbcr aiintcrefungcn a\x^ fcrfcj^tcbcncn 

bt'id)crn / un recueil, ou une col legion de divers autcurs. 
The fca is a great colleftion of waters, bfllJ mccr ift ixw 
groiTer ^auffeil oieler roajfcr; la mer ejl un grand amas 
</' eaux. 

Colleftivcttcrfatnmlenb/ jufamnicitgcfaft/ wni in einem 

fenfu colleftivo gciionimcn irtrb, colleflif. 

Coilertively, in cincni fenfu coiledivo, dans un fens 
coileflif. 

Collector, cin ii>ll'citniel)ntcr, cincr/ bcr cttua^ cinfamnti 
let obcr jufMtinien licfet/ collefleur. 
CoUedge, college, ci'1 collegium, cinc tjcrfamntlung/ 

gefcllfdjaft/ \^nk, i)Of)C fd)Ule/ ciu gymnafiitm, college. 

Colleger, cill fllicb ciilC^ collegii, bcr l^on cinctn collcgio 
Unterbrtltetl roirb/ membre d un college y qui efi entreter.u 
par le college. 

Collegiate, cin fdji'ilcr obcr ftubciitc anf eineni gymnafio 

obcr collegio, i\\\ niitglicb cillCfJ collegii, un ecolier, un 
vtembrc d un college. 

A coll giatc church, cirtC j!ifft^'fird)C/ bOUt;fird)C/ eglife 
collegiate. 

Collegue, f. Colleague. 

CoUery, cin fol)l-l>au^/ cinc fo^t-famntcr/ Eofjl-grubC/ 

charbonniere. 

Colter, 



COL. 

Collet, hta fdjllcis tmi ficirt^ an tmm'x'mt, le cbaton 
fTun hague. 

ColIIed, f. Collv'J. 

Collier, e;n ^ ^ - m fcl)Itn-8rdtcr; 

fooler; cilt foK <li cbmbon detenc; 

cbarbvr.nicr; bStih.: uy. 

CoUiilon, bit o;i. r^^nm , anftofurtg/ iufl^m- 

ITi;!;'':cni:!3, JcrfttfJlunS/ cku, froiJjemaUt entrebeurtement. 
(_i.Uock, f. Pail. 

To collogue "' '-[cti/ licbfcfett, gutC/ glatte 

ftortc gcbcily tc:: .:iiii)cn, fiarer, cajoler. 

Collogued, %t\i:',i':\..z, ;;..'/.-■. 

Cdlionel, f. Colonel. 

Cdllop, fin fc^nttt, cbcr cin bi5nn fti'icf fTcifcfe/ tranche, 
morceau dilU. Scorch - collops, ^un^c ftucfcn ten Falb- 
" " ;M (jffdjlflgcn/ unt) auf <?rfiottiijnMr<fic art in bcr 
i rateil/ ^f i'?*" ^/V» batues ^ fii,^Jfees a I ecof- 
j. :_.■:. .1 coilop of bacon, tin bunntr \d:}mU fcf)incfcn/ fo 
roan auf bcni rou brdtety ribUtte. * He has loll a good 
collop, er I)at jicmlid^ abgcncmmcn/ //^? ^/tT; decbeu. 

Colloquy, cin gcfpric^, colloque. 

Collo'.vcd, f. Colly'd. 

* To colliide, mit &cra gcflcnt^cilc ein t!crrdtf)€rifc^ obcr 
^cimlicO J)cr(tdni>nif ^abcn/ cbcr untcr bcr bccfc liegen/ »/(?r 

i/(f ccllujion. 

CoUuiion, cin beimlid^ uerjtdnbnig vaxi bcm gcgcnt^eilc 

* Colly, tic fdjtrdr^C cinc^ topfc^ »cm fcUCfy mirceur 
d'ltn pot a feu. 

To colly, V. A. ctiuas fc^njdrijcn/ fc^roarfi ar.trrcu-f .;'». 
noircir, barbouUler de noh: 

CoUy'd, fc^rv^rt; gcmac&t, gcfc^rodr^t, wo/;v/. 

Colly -flower, bluhni-fobl; chouxfieur. 

Colon , cin rolcn obcr jrocp puncta / olfo (:) <3'<?»if ^w»- 
*« (-•) bcr luaiiDarm, A? bs^au cuHer. 

Colonel, cin obcrlrcr -hr.d. A colonel of horfe, cin 
Cbcrncr ;u pferbC/ w- .-/naUTJe. 

Co'.'^ny, cin ousfv : , ba^ anbcr^reo iu too^ncn 

rb, cine p/lan^Mwi't/ ««nc neubct»ol)ntc lanb? 

Vi^x:, ..intida, cclc<|uint/»ilbcr fmbiB,co/oquj'nte. 

C^'kr, I* v^olour. 

Colr^^is, colorms, ciiic fefir hefic fiulc/ co/q/^. 

Colojr, tfic fjr&f ; btc ccniplction/ rct^c sjbcr forBc be^ 
ftngcrt4>t3 ; bcr fcficin/ bae percicben/ uorttjaab/ bfcfntd:!-' 
tcl ; tic farbc ini cartcnfpicl/ cculeun ta'r.t du vifage, 
color hi fretextr, appayence:, pohit de cartes. A hawk 
all. of a colour, ein i!Pgel; bcrbiircfiau5cincr(ct)tarbcift/ un 
eifeau d une piece. She has a colour in her cleeks, fjc 
rat rotf)e bacfctty e//e a un peu de rouge au vifage. Rhe- 
torical colours , rljctcrifdje aufjicnnig , /<-/ orK^nens de 
la rkitorique. The colours of a company, bic fahnc 

tincrccmragnic, le drapeaudu- ,v. Heis ran 

away from his colours, cr ift r .:i, auJacri}Tca, 

zl adeferte. To fee one out .a ... . ,,oars , cincn flb,- 
^ue!cL' ""^ ^^^ "^ ^*^^^ bcfi^rciben, decbifrer 

To colour, ct»a^ fdrfcn, ifim cine fartc anffrcic^cn; 
CtttJae lUumintrcn; finar.ioV-rv. mit forbcn itn^Krcicficn: 
ctwas cntfd)Ui^:^ca, cina fad;c cin fdrt-ycn 

cjncrarbc anitrc.^cM , ,^^^<^ bct>l;c:icir, rcrh, 

ttCr.CM, l:d? crri>r|)c:!y colvrcr, enhminer, Anvr; ^a-o/^t 
falher; rougir. To colo-or the hair, tic ^i^t farbcn, 
W?WarB madden/ pemdre Us cbevtiuc. Its nttrcir. 



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I A colourable pretence, cin fc^cintarcr t»etttJanb/ cin 
i fc^cintorcs furblcin, j^ji pretexte fpecieux. 
J Coloured, gcfarbt; ;c. fc/or^', >3'f. Ill - coloured, ubcl 
i ctcfdrbty b33 ff^ cntfirbty ober fct:'c ^:rbc ucrlicret^ i"' f' 
j deteint. Party-coiour''d, bu:ir. iMCifdra^, bigaire. 

Coiciiring, b*l fdtbcn, jc. P oBian de caloreTy^c. f. 
To colour. 

Cdip, cin fc^lag, flrcic^; cin Hfgctt/ ftucflcW/ coup\ 

morceau. 

Colt, m yiilUn f pou/ain. Hdffe-colt, cin fullcny citt 
junges tkx\i,pouIain. Thecolr of an ais, ci:i juncer t\d, 
un ancm. P. A ragged 'colt may make a good horle, 
cin Icfcr fnabc fan nt])\ mit bcr \tit cin ct'vunt mana recr- 
bcn ; cin fiub / iai in fcincr !inbbcit nic^t ^ubfd? ift , fan 

i tCt% VCCnn C^ gro§ ttirby ^ubfa^ trcrben; ut} mechar.t gar- 
I £on peut dever.ir bor.nhe bomme ; un er.fiint qu: n'efi pa: 
I beau dans f on bos age, peut le dtvcnir en croiffant. Colts- 
foot, I)uffiatticb / btanblattid), pas d er^. ' Colts -teeth, 
bic nulcf'idbuc, obct cxncn jahne, fo bic t^icrc \xicq>cn,deTits 

de lait. He hath a colts-tooth in his head, cr fan nC(^ 
cine ftilU ^cbie.^cn/V </ c-«rorf ajfcz de vlgueur pour lejexe. 

Colt-fluff, cin bebc^bauni/ leviei: 

Colter, f. Coulter. 

*C61umbiry, cin taubcn^^au^/ cotombler. 

Columbine, aglcn; Diolcn-farb/ calomblne; cohmblrt. 

Column, cine fdulC/ colvnr.e. 

Cdlure, cvxit , ocn bcn iTOcpcn circfeltt/ rcclc^e burd^ \iit 
polos gel}en/Unb bcn globum, wic eincn flpfcl, in »ier glcts 
c^c tbcile x\)ci\in, colure. 

Cdlwort, fct)ly jungcr W^X, cboux^ cboux verts tjeune* 
cboiix. \. Cole. 

Colyfeura, cin fc^oo^pla^ conTico ju SXcra gcbauct/ 

coly^ee. 

Comb, cin famm; cin i\)(A,f eigne; vallon. Horn- 
comb, ciil tamm con ^Crn, peigne de come. Comb,- die, 
tin f anim^futtcr, etui a peignes. Comb-brush, cine fanmi- 
biirjle, »omit man bic fdmmcrcinc mac^t brojji anettoyer 
Us peignes. Comb -maker, cin fanmi;ni.icl;cr. pe'ignier. 
Cock's comb, bcr famm cincefta^n; cin reciter natt/ 
aete de coq; un fct. Hdrfe-comb, csirr)' - comb , cinc 
pfcrbc^frric-^cl, etriUe. Fla.v-comb, cine bcc^cl unferan. 
Ho'ney-c'omb, {)0.nigfcim, l)Oni^-'fuc^cn, rayon de vi'tel. 

To comb, ctn>a^ fdmntCH/ je<r//3(fr. To comb one's 
own head, fu^ Ummcn, fe peigr.er. To comb a horie, 
cin pt'erb \tni^c\n, etri//er un cheval. To comb wooll, 
nJCUc frcmpeln Obec nrcidjcny carder la laiae. To con:U3 
tlax, or hemp, flad^g obcr ifanff ^C^(\a , feraticfr du.Jin, 
ou du cbanvre. 

Combatant, 5*. cirt fdmpifcr/ tCcf^tCT/ combatant. 

Combatant, A. gcgcn ubor ftc{)cnb/ gcgcn ubcr fc^rtn&y 
(m cincm reapcn,) aff'rorte. 

Cdmbare, tin gcfcc^tc, fompff, Urcit/ ttcffcn/fc^lac^t, 

jrocnfamrjf, combat. 

To combate, ctroa? bcffc^tcn, bartPibcr fec^ten, mit ci- 
ncm fcfilagcHy ^rcitctt/ fdmpfcn; ftc^ fc^IagcBy combattre: 

fe b.ittre. 

Combed, gcFttmmcty gcfmcgcit, gchcc^clty />«V»r, //;//- 

//, jerance. • 

To comber, &c f. To incumber, Sec. 

Comberfom, f. Cumberfom. 

Combination, ciuc fjcimii^c ocrbinbung obcr wrbunb- 
n\it: 5U|ammcn|cf>mcruna ; cinc cerbir'.byng. PcrfnupifUng, 
iiCXCm^Md, ccmj>/ot, ccn/piratiem combinaifon. 

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To combine, ttmi jufamittcn f'mtti Jllfniltmctt (u'll- 
bcn'/^i>crfnu))|TC!i; fief) jufamnrcti fiincjt/ fid) ucrfnuplfcn 
ctcf Dcreititgen ; fid) t)c(mlid) juf.utinjcn t)erHlt^c5t/ lufmu 

WXtn fdjlDcrCJl/ cotn&hier; fe comt;h:er, ft: joindre; complo- 
ter , confpirer. 

Combing, t»a^ UnmUH/ i(. ration de feigner, i^c. f 
To comb. 

Combing-cloth,'eirt acf^fcl'tuc^/ bJc ^aaretxicutci* su fam^ 

niCttj peignoir. 

Comburffefs , citt nitt-bltrgcr / ccndtoyen. 

C'ombuihble, t)il^ lierbrcttltCU fai!/ combujlible. 

Combu{tion, bcr brant)/ blc Dctbrcmmni] ; citt aufru'^C/ 
(idC iijr»t)inuit9/ Uliei't)nutl9/ incendie, embrafemcnt ; corit- 
Imjiion , defurdre. 

To come, fpmmett; ju eittcm ge^cn; an emeit prt otcr 
in ctwa^ gclaitgen ; fid^ beo eineni fliiniclbcii ; i()tv anrc&cii/ 
(infpvcc^en ; }u cincm trctcn, ftc^ 5U il)m fugcH/ ober ma- 
<j^en; fp uicl mUtntn, obcr fcjicn; fid) entigcii/ ablauf? 
fen / 1« cittern cnbc fommeii; ficf> cv{)ebcn/ cnttTct)cn/ yon 
ctroas l)crFpnimcn; in finbciJ*not()cn fetjti/ ww/V; ////^r 

trouvcr ([uelcun ; parvenir ; s'atldrefjer ; s'abouc/jcr ; ac- 
cojier', revenir , tnonter; ahoutir ,je terminer \ s'erigen- 
drer, etre e',7 travail d'cnfant. This comes of trufling 

to the faith of a philofopher, fo gef)ctiM\3enn nuui ful; auf 

t)fl5 lyort cinC'J philofophi ycrlflgt/ voila ce (ju'ungagne a 
fier a la parole d'u7t philofuphe. Come life, come death, 

"'man lebc cbcr f!crbC/ init) feltc man fiiic^ barubcr ficrbcn 
ItU^ffcn, a laAue oj? a la mort. The fnp comes early in a 
dry year, 5?cr fru^Ung^i \^fx fpmmt jcttlii^ in tic baumc/ 

rocnncincblirrc \\l, les fevss avancent dans une annicfeche. 
That which comes from me, Xdai UOUmic fptlintt, ttJeggc? 
tjet/ f ^ ^«' y'&''^ de moi. To come, to (to come near,) fid; 
icxbcr} otcr l}c\'iu nai}Cih ft4) 3« cinem na\)(»/ vM)cv\h s'ap- 
procher. To come to an end, fic^ \\\m cnbc tlflljCtt/ juni 
cube f cnmtcn / etre pres defc.Jm, fe terminer. To come 

to a shameful end, (in fd)d\\i)\i(i)€i cnbe ne^mcH/ cincs* 

fcf)dnblid)Ci! tobcg (tCVbcn , ffiire unjin honteufe. To co- 
me to an eltate, cin crbc bcfcnmien/' ein gut crbcH/ hhiter 
de quelquc bien. Wtien all comes to all, reenn ce uni unb 
«m fcmmt / \\i.\\\ l;ed)flcn / njcntt ce ja flitf bag nuffcrftc 
fommt, aprh tout , tout bien contL The King's order 
does not come to that, be3 &m\%i bcfcf)! crflrccEct fid) 

nid)t fo Kd6.il I'ordre du Rot ne porte pas cela. To come 
to mifcry, ino clcnb gCtatbCH/ etre reduit a la niifere. 
You will come to fome milchief or other , i{)r tvcrbct 
ncd) cin Ungllicf f ricgen, // vous arrlvera quelque mnlbeur. 

To come to good , gclingcn , m,%\ gcrat^cn / glue? ()«bcn/ 
fronim wevbcn"/ ein tvadrcrcr mann rcctbcn , reujjlr, profpe- 
rer. I delirc no more than comes to my share, id) UCl'- 
langc nid)t nicl)r nlS mctncn tbcil;^^ ne demande que via 
part. The wind comes diicftly into this ftrcct, bet JDtnb 
gcl)et gcrfibe \X\. bicfc gaffe / le vent er.file cette rue. To 

come to life, ba^ Icbcn bcfonimen/ Icbeubig wcrben » pren- 
dre vie. 'Jo- conic to life again, tDiebct lebcnbig wcrbcn, 
revcnir a vie. To come to one's Iclf agaiji, roiobcr 51'. 
fid) fclbjl fommcn,fid) Wicbcr tt\)t)\m,revenirafoi. When 

it comes to your turn, roenn bie rcol)c fln cud) fonunt 

quard vStre tottr viendra. 'I'liey did not give the ene- 
my titne to come tho themLelves, fie gflbcu bcnt feinb 
fcinc jcit fid) JU befmncn ; Us ne donnercnt pas le tans a 
r enni7iti de fe reconnoitre, fe rcmettre , e» reve 
nir. What does ail his cunning come to } iva^ l)ilft 



C O M. 

cnc^ ttJctt tne^jr ycrpfTlc^tct,' aW ma bicfei muht, Je 

-•us duis plus que tout cela. To come to an agreement, 
fic^ mit Citmnbcr l)ei'v3(etd}CU/ s'accordt-r. when I rome 
to die, tUCiMl id) ficrbcn rocfbC/ qumid jc mourrai. He 
came to my terms, cr \)<\t mciu \)<i^imi ciitgcgtinpcn, «ngc- 
nontnicn / // fe fcumit a mes conditions. To come to a 

conclufion, bcfd)licffcn/ fic^ cntfd;lieffctt , fic^ ucrglcic^cft/ 

conclurre, tomber d^ accord. To come to reafonable 
terms, alle^ cingc^cti wollcn/ obcr aiUn'ctcn \\\ \^\\\ , H>a3 
rcd)t unb billic^ \^,fe mettre a la raifon. krA come the 
worft that can come, unb auf bfliS rtrgjic, unb ttJCitn c^ auj^ 
ncc^ I'o fd)liuim gicngC/ ist aupisalkr. They were very 
near coming to liandy- blows, C£i fcI)Uc ni<^t m\, bajj fie 
fic^ nic^t nut ciitanbcr gcfd)lagen fatten, il 7%e tint pres- 

que a rien,qu'ils ne fe batijjent. To come to particulars, 

ju ben Dcifc^iebenen ftucJcn cbcc umflanbcn cincr foc^c 

fcf)rciten/ defcendre dans tin detail. To come to prefer- 
ment, bcforbci't ttJcrbert/ ju el}rc!t Fonimcn/ s'avancer. He 
was come to the point of being either the moft glorious, 
or, c«i ttjac fo juctt «iit i^m gcfounnen / \!(i^ er cntrocber bee 

bcru^mtcftC gctrcfen tVarC/ Obcr, il eteit i la veille de fe 
voir Ic plus glorieux , ou. All his hurry comes to no- 
thing, fciu cilfci'ttgc^ bcmu^en mrb alle^ ju nid)U, tous 

fes emprefjcinens fe terttiinent a rien. . To come to 
hand, uor bic Ijaub fommcn/ fid) crcignen//^ prefenter,fe 
faire voir. To come to light, cjfcubar locrbctt/ fuilbbat 
fiJcrbC4t' an ben tag lm\\\K\\,fe decouwir , fe tnanifcfier. 
How should I come to know it? tfic foitc id)tJ tvijfeB/ 
C.l'fal)rcn ? comment le faurois je ? How came you t9 
know him, t\5ie iiviti iV)X iuit il>m bcfflubt ujorbcn ? com- 
juent avez vous fait con-aoifjance avec lui} How came 

he to do that? tvic ift c^ i^ui bocf) in bcn fuin gcf emmet!/ 
'^<i% ft "i^ic^ii gct{)an? commem s'ejl il misilans I'efprit de 
faire cela'^ If I can but come to (peak vvith him, tVClltt 
id) nur mit ihm ju rcbcn fommeu Hniti/tje puis feulement 
lui pnrler. To come to pafs , fid) bcgcbeu / fid) JUtragcn, 
gcfd)Cl)Cn/ arrives; avenir. I will fee what tlicfe things 
will come to, icf) Will jufcbcU/ Jvie bicfc fac^cti ablauffeitwcr^ 

bcn / je veux voir a quoi tout ceci aboutira. To come 
to and fro, t)in Ullb l)cr 9Cl)Cn/ aller isf veuir. ^ To come 
into trouble, \\\ ungclegcn^cit Fommcn, fid) muf>c ob^ju 

tl)Un xnixd)i\\,s'attircr, ou fv faire des affaires. To come 

into danger, in gefnt)r %tx(it%t\\, fic& tn'gcfa'f)r >»agen, brin- 

0,t\\/ fe mettre en dafi(rer,s''expcfer au danger. Ycftcrday 
the ships came into the downs, bic fc^iffe finb gejK'rn bci) 
ben f^1tlbt)auffen aiigeFoni!UCn//^/Vr lesvaijfeaux arrivercnt 
aux dunes. Your letter never came to my hands, id) 
babe euvcn brief nid)t bcFommen/ jV n'ai poirt rc^eu vStre 
lettre. To come into bufincls, cici iU tfjun h'iegctt/ in 
ruff fortimcii/ »on uielen 9cbraud)ti»citicn/ cotmnencer k 

faire des affaires, on a avoir la vogue. To come at, 

crrcic^cn / bcrufjrcn / trclfcn . crlcgcn , erf)atten / geivinnen, 

i)abcn/ attcindre ; oktenir, gagr.er , avoir. To come be- 
tween,- baviwifd)cn Fontmcn "1 "^mwx ober barju FommeU/ 
furvenir. To come in, bcrcin Fommcn, \)i\\ii:\ fommat/ 
obcr gc^CU/ entrer. I hope fome work will come in, 
id) boflfc/ id) vsi<x'i>c fd)on arbcit EricgctT/ ober c^ itirb fic^ 

fd)On arbcit Cinitnben,7'f//>t7r qu'il me viendra du travail. 
I'hc tide comes in, ba^ mccr ^icffct \\\,i^ iff flutf)/ la ma- 
ree monte. I was loth to come in cmongll: them, id) l)fl' 
be mtc^ ntd;t .gem mit it)ncn vOber ixi i%Ki partvcp) mollcti 

cinlajfen, favois de la rcputrnance a me mettre de la partie. 



ibm cWt ^dW': l-crfd)lagCi;t)Cit? a quoi fervent fes fineffes>\ou m'engnger avec cux. Ihc letters which are come itt 
1 am more oblig'd to you than tliat comes to, i(j^ ibwl to day J b« brieffC/ fo t)C«te (iaeclauffctV flUBCfontmcn finb/ 

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le: lettrei qui font eurivees aujour d'buy. ' Twill be yet j To come a-way, X6ti SC^eH/ fi<^ WC3 ma(^Ctt, ftC^ »C$ f>cg<:-- 
a good wliile, before dinner comes in, c^ njtrb noc^ lahttcj bcil j j'^n venir,fe retirir. To come on, to co:ue lor- 
Wd^rcil/ cf)C I'ie tncCff.aauftratTCn/ on ne fe^i'ira pas er.ctrc- wsrd,fcrtgeh«I,KrtiV^rc:i ; fficiter 3chctt,/Jfi7«ccr; s\n<ai'.- 
de lov.g tans. To come in the way, l5CltOntn;cU/ fid} cr- i »-£•;•, alUr'plns avant. Come on, frifc^ fluf / {i\Xit \itt, 
cistlClC tiUittifdjCii Otcr tarctn fC!Un€it//f pefa-.ta^jur- j JD0{)laU/ fet)^ gutca limt^g/ courage. To come forward in 
t»«»/r. To come in, f!C& cr^etcii/ cbcr anierwcrnen / fii^ } one's learning, in ftiiicni irutircii junefincti, fahedespru- 
Cinjlll&eil/y^ rer.diiffe founiettre. To come in as an heir, grez, dans fes etudes. To come ofT.bcnitltcr \c\\m,t07}i'jcf. 

ciitcii (n;f?ruc& auf cine cr&fitfifft mac^en/ ficO fur ctncrt er- This begins to come offjiiicfc^ ffliigt an absufommeit.cljcr 



lc§;uforiiniCtI; ceci commence a fe defaire. To come oiT 
with credit, with flying colours, fic^ au5 Ctucni gcfc^dfttC 
van ei)rcii !;cwu8 wiifcln/fic^ »o» ciiicr fd:;ltmnKn fcd^c nut 
et/tcn ICB niac^cny/c" //?■<.;• d'aj^ahe a fvn bunneur, fe cV- 
banajjlr d^x.'.e mauvalfe affaire avec bonneur. Do )ou 
t!)rot1 gcfomineri; ^I't/'w/j q->ie leRoiGuHlaume cji munte fur\ think to come oiffo ^ mcijlict ifet/ ti foll etld) bit'fcs |0 



bctl a\ii(Ki\:t\x,prctet}d7-e aJberitage.fe porter pour beritier. 
Since the King came in, fcit bcr ;urucftUl!ft Cbcr ttJlcbct' 
CtufcSiiiiij t)e^ .H'om'vj^, {yu^v.\\i\i) Caroi 11.) Af'^ft/V /^ ;<?- 
tour, ou le retabiijjem^-nt du Roi {Cbarles II.) Since King 
William come in, ucttbcr \iit m t)a .ftontg SJil^eliii ;um 



k thrine. To conae out, or forth, ^erau^ {cmntvH/ 
\)iXCi\Xi %i\y:\\i forth: His teeth begin to come out, lit 
|4^nc fallcil itjm fc^on au^/ /i^-r a'li'w'i' cojnmencent a lui 



Ifit^t ijingcficn? t»a§ i^r t»crbet fo giidbig bauf .i fommen? 

penfcz vous d' enetre quitte ajibon jnarche? This will 
make your skin come off. Hi ^aut a?trb CUd) fcaoOil hct- 



fercer.. When shall your i)Ook come out? acnn Kirb j UUtCt ^cS)£n» abgetjett, cec: vous erdeveru la pcau. You 
CUer bud^ t)eraU3 fcmmcil? quand eji ce que vStre llvre \ will come oit'a lofer, i^r TOCrtCt baBcDUCdicrcn/ CUrc Xi&i- 
verra Ic jour? To com.e out wicli a dry jeft, etnctt ^,<iti | nung n?ir5 CUcft \tWx\, vous n'y trouverez pas vStre cor.te. 
ten ct'cc ab^cfitmacFten fi^erij ^ctau^ bringcn/ ftoren taffcn/ ! To come off conqueror, t)c;i rtc3 crbflltcu/ rempcrter la 

railkr d'unc manlere fecbe , ou fraide. To come out, viHolre. What will come of it? n?Ui^ nJtrb trau^ Iter- 



Cffc^eittCIt/ fid) fc{)cn lajfctl/ /c deccuvrir, pat oUre, fef aire 

voir. To come out, augca gctriiuieit/ blatter obcr llutcn 
befontntcit/ pouffer. To come out, (as a Itar does) 
flufgcbcH/ (rcetm man icm gcitinic rebct)/^ /ft'^r (t.i />/:?• 



ben? n>a^ f«f «nctt aitlgaiit; ttirb c^ gcteiiincn? « quay fe 

ter?n:}iera cette affaire ? What will come of thee ? n)ic 

reirb c^ mit bir tocrbcn ? n?;iiJ trirt aa^ btra»crben? ^«e 
devieudras tu ? To come by, ^itiburd^/ tcr,bcP/llcbenl)in, 



/<TMf desajh-es.) To come up , ()t;iauf obcr berauf foni^ , Pbcr »crl)ill fommCHy />'f^"- ^^r, pgjj'er aupres, paffer de~ 
ittcti/ monter. The corn begins to come up, M^ fpl'tt | f«/w/. How" did you come by itr' luo ^abt i(/t "icL^ ^tX'i 



fdngt an ^cruorjufoinnien / aufjuiuac^feny A' bUd commence 
apotifflr. To kome up to one, ju cincm foliimcn/ ttc- 
ten/ gebcn, auf it>u lCH<3ef>en/ fic^ ju ti)m nal)cn, mac^cn 
obcr fuge;! / aborder., accofler, venir a lui. That comes 



viK i)M i^r ti gcfricgt/ befommen,cr««|'d)r ? comment P ave:^^ 

vous tu < cumrrievt f avex vous attrape? To come upon, 
uberfaUcii/U:n)erfe^en^«b(rrcumpeln,crgrcirFen/ertaj?Pcn,/a;- 
preiidre. To come upon one with force, clnett anfuUcrt/ 



up to the meaning of this faille, c^ fttmilict liiit ber be-j mit gctralt <m%Ki^z\\, fvrJre fur quelcun. A fuddenfear 
beutung Hmx fabel ubcrcin, cela ripond au fens de cctte\ came 'jpouhlm, etUC ploBltC^C 



fable. To come up to a ship , a'uf tin fc^lif iufa()rcijy 
\\)m na^enac^fa^reii/ um e^ iu bcfc()cn/ bcrder un vaif- 
feau, le faivre de pres pour le reconnoitre. Since chri- 

ftianity came up, uDrt bcr \i\t (m, ba btc d)rtf!l'td;e religion 

in bcr »cit eingcfu_{)rct acrben depuis que la religion cbre- 
tienne s efl etablie. He ears nothing but what comes 
up, cr aicbt allcj, reaa cr iffct/ wiebcr uea v.i,, il vomit tout 
fe qWjl mange. There's a new fashion come up, mar. 



i\Xt&)t\X^n^t\'\h\, une crain- 
te fubite le faijit. When the iit comes upon me, WCns 
mid) bcr fc^aucr anfommt/ avini ic^ cineii aiiibs I'on '^it 

ftaaCii)cit \}\iiti\lors que r acarz jne prer.d. I never came 
upon the back of a better nag, ic^ \,\xi nicnta^ 0\\\ eincill 
bciTcrn pfcrbe geritteil/ je n^ ai jamais monte un meilleur 
chival. I shall came upon you for it, \i) tvcrbc JRic^ ail 
euc^ l)altcn , je w' en p-eyJrai a vous. To come upon 
•another man's inarrvet j cincm in bcn fauif fallen , courir 



\<A cine neue mobe (obcr trad;t) aufgebrac^t/ Hy a une fur le marche d auti-ui. Before this <rreat evil came upon 
nouvelle mode. To come down, berunter fcmiucn oberf us, ehe una bicfcd gtoife uiiglucf bcgeanete, avunt que ce 
^tim> defcendre. Til make liis ffomach come down, ic^!j^;vr»</ malheur nous arrivat. A ^reat war is comin* 
»tll l^m ben bcc^mutb \iC,t<.\, j' abba:rai fon- orgueil.' 



To come afunder.. fid) tjon et!ii:nber begcbcn, fc^cibcn/ tren- 

ncn, In jtUCfcn ?cmmen/7> defaire, fe mettrs en pie- 
"•*■• ^o come back, -jurticf fommcit/ remenir. To come 
back again, reiefcer jurucF fenimciiy junlcc fcVt^'i/ ^'^» ^^• 
turner. To come again, njieber fcmuicn/ j'«» revenir. 

To come- about, l>enrni fcmmen, l>er«:n ae^cn^ toumery 

farre le tour. What do you come about? mi iVi<i}it 
Ijr? xaii ocrlangct i^r? que ckercbt% vous'^ que denuin- 
dez^ vous^ i To come together, jafarar.icn toiumen, fjch 

»Cl'f.c.l!;.:,-;.;, ventr enfemble, s' ajfembler ; tv,m\\iCt %ma^ 
tbC!I, Cbcr iirr Clje Ut'CixnznJe marier. To come to^rether 

agam, nd) tricbcr jafjmmcu filgen obcr begeben^ Ce reioin- 
t'.'rfJl^''''^^ "^' ^'^^t^eljcn, gci)C!i, fed) fort macnen., 
marfdjicren, s en vemr, marcher. To come after, folaca, 
nacj)roi<;e:i , i)niten nad> fommen, /«/-.•;-, vWr xpres 

amte nai>tO;ge:t, ftcceder a qucUun. To come 



upon us, rcir Friegen eincn groifcn frieg , nous void a la 
veille d" une grande guerre. To come short of a thing, 
eine^ binges ycrfel)len, nid)t biWiu gclaagcu/ nic^t ^^xmt 
i\x etncm cnpiinft^ten cnbe gclangeii / manquer de fuccez.^ 
wf, pas venir a bout d' une chofe. To come short of^ 

gefii!iiir feon aW/ cincm nic^t glcic^ert, obcr glcic^ fegur 

etre inferieur a, ceder a, n atipvcber pas de. 1 will 

not come short of any, [i^ jsiii letnera ni4):» nad)g€l)c:i/ 
\d) Wf!l fcilKt J)On ben ICStCn {a^w , je ne ferai pas des. 
derr.iers. { 

Cumc, gcfonitaen, K. va-.u, ^c. ^. To C':>:v.i. The 
bucrcr is come, bic nulc^ reallct jufa!u:aen_/ n»i?b bicfc/ lai: 
fe prendyfe caille. This day come fortnight, IjiutC il^iC: 
wicr.e^cn toge/ dans qui nze jours d" ici.. The Hanen tra- 
de is come to nodiing, bcr IcintO.inb ; l)ai:>cl Tft uicht^ 
niebr UJcrt&, la lingerie ne vuut plus rlen. He is come 
oi good friends, cr i^ a^i ciacai gutcT ccfc^'.ccfjrc, ctiia 



fc'ccn al-i f> h iniwr- t-nr. .H r -^"r- ■ '^'^'"^ "-^'»Ji8l'i *^crf»miUCH^ , // eJl de bonne famille , i! eft d^ bttn 

Come 



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COM. 



Comedia;n, c{ttfi5nt6btenjfd}rci&er/ cirt comotiant/ fi^au- 

fpitUVrpocte com! que, iomedten. 

Corned- , ciilC COmotic Cbcr fc^a«?fptcl/ comedle. 

Comclineis, t»ic |"d;oi!t)cit, iiccltcl)! cif/ annel)mlic^fcit / cm- 

tC/ flnncl)mlidK «tt Ober gcflalt, beaute , bonne mine, bonne 
grace. 

Comely, fc^oit/ t)ubfc^, wo^lcicftatt, Qrtt3/ roe^l gcartct; 
jierltd)/ jtcnilicf) / gcjumcrit) / rcoblflanbtg , ct)rbnc / beau, 

bel , bien-falt , qui a bonne mine ; convenable , hien feant, 
bonnets. 

Comely, Adv. auf cirtc ^ubfc^C/ Ueblfc^e/ «n(»cnc^mc, 
arttgcroeifc; cf)i'bat:/ hoflicf)/ ge5lcment)cn»cifC/ avecagre 

ment , de bonne grace', bonnet ement , dans les regies de la 
bienfeance. 

Come-oiF, cinc m^w^X, cntfdjulttgung/ m uormanb/ de 

faitc, excuse, p-etexte. 

Comer, icmant* fo fcafommt, ober acfcmmcn tfl/ i-?- 

«/7w;, venu. For comers and goers , fut Sicictliacn/ tVel^ 

^c frmmen ctict roeggrf^ctt/ /»£'«^' ceux qui vom <i^ vien- 

vent. 

Comet, citt comet ; cin gewtfc^ f artemfptcl/ cowi?/?. 
Cdmiits, cingcmacl^tc frucl}tc juder roercf/ confitm-es. 



COM. 

Comma, eitt C^ttlttta obcr flndjlcttt/ virgule. 
Commajid, ci-' Qcbot/ befcl)! flcl)cif , miflatt; bie o^cr-' 
f5crrfd}att rcgtcruiig, Ictmdfu'gfctt ; etn t)icii)i, m\t,^M, 

cujnvmndcmtnt , ordre :, gouvcrncment ; charge, i he 
words oi command , Mc bcfci)lr-'WortC kl) CtiiCf Waffcn* 
libUtig obcr muftcrittl!"; , les commandanens de I extrcicc. 
lam at your command, id) bill \X\ curcm bicJlfl/ i^r font 
mit mir nac^ curcm klicbeii t\)x\\\, x\)t font tnirnuf bCKl)- 

ICil jefuis nvotre dlj'p>Jnion, vous ponvez me comnander. 
He has no command over himlelt , er WCi^ fiC^^ titdjt lU 
mdingenoberiUgoUUeCiUltn , H r.e fauroit fe moderer, ilne 
fe pojjldepas. He has the command of French, ec ijl 

bcr §ran^ofifd)_cti fpradjc mrid>tig / cr ucr(lcf)ct ba^ Jranfio- 

jtfcOv perrCCt / // poJJ'ede de Franqois. A dog under good 
command, Ctnn30l)labo,crid)tetcr l)Utlb/ chiende bonne ere- 
ance. To have tiie coirunand of one's paflions, fcinc bcgtCf^ 

ben im jaum Ijulten, uber [cine gcmut'o^ * neigungeii tjcrrfijett^ 

^/re" maitre defes pajjions. 

To command, cincm ctttjae ^ei(Tcu, bcfef)leu/ i^m gc^ 
bictcn; iibcr icmuub obcr t^bereinenoitgefcijtfenn/ bamber 

gebictCtt/ cotnmander -, avoir la chnduite ou le commande- 
ment. The cittadcl commands the city, t>ast fci)lo§/ ObCt 



Cdmlit- maker, cinsucfcr^ becfcV/ einerberrtl(er{)anbtJ.'ud;tc bic ocj'^ung fan "^xt fiflbt isvingcn ober bcfc^teiTcn/ la clta 



Cinmacf>Ct/ confifflur., confturie? 

Comfort, tcrtroft ; bic'lujl/ crgcftung , crgcfiltdjfeit ; 
9emdd}Iid)f eit/ Itnbcrunc!/ bcquemlic^fcir/ frcubC/_ frolichfcit/ 

ba^oergnugcn/ confolation ■, pluijtri:, douceur., aife, fatisfa- 
flion,joie. 

To comfort, etncn troften/ i^m ctncn troft gebcn/ ctita^ 
(rlcic^teni/ Uiibcrn ; crgutdcn/ belnjligcu/ erfrcuen/ fldrdcn, 

confoler,fou lager ; recreer, rejoiiir. To comfort one up, 

eincm rcicber elncn nnit^ ntac^cn/ obcr jufprec^cn/ encourager 

quelcun. - . 

Comfortable, troflUc^; Jjctgnugt/ gcmad^lid) / Ileblic^/ an^ 
gcnc!)ni crfrcuhc^/ crqutclenb/belufiigenb/ftdrcfenb/gut/ cen. 

folant ; agr cable, rcjo'niJJ'ant, bofi. 

Comfortablenefs , i'K fa<?igfeit , Ucbltc^fctt / gcmdc^* 
(i^feit/ ccrgnugung, crfrculid)fcit / erquicfung^ ocrgnii? 
^cnbC/ beluftigenbcobcr fidrdenbe wt, douceur , qualite re 

jouijpinte. 

cdmfortably,treftli(^/ vergnu^Iic^/gemdd^lic^ / wergnugt/ 
fujJC/Ueblid)/ anncl)mlid;cr/ crfreulic^er roeife / agreablement, 

d'unemaniere douce. 

Comforted, gctrofict/geltnbert/ erfreuet/CrquicFct/gcjldrdt/ 

console, foulage, rejoiii, recree. 
Comforter, cin troflcr/ confolateur. 
Cdmfortinff, Hi troflctt/ K. I aflion de confoler, d^fc. 

Cdmibrtleis.troillofcbcrfcincntrofl obcr jjcrgimgcn I)at; 
Unln^i^/Uavin^/ q"i '^J^ (^<{f^'("e de toute confolation ou con- 
tent ement ; deplaifant, trijle. 

Cdmfrey.comfrj-, roaU-lVUrtJ, beinnidll/ confolide, con- 

Comical, com6biantifc^;lufttg/fur(?njeilig/ potJicrlic^/ cor 

mique , plaifant, burlesque. 

Cdrain, f. Cummin. 

Coming, .9. tas f CUimcn/ JC. venue, difc. f. To come. Co- 
mings in, rnrrabcn/ ctuf iinftC/ einna^mc, revcnus. 

Coming, A. \\\ etttsa^ gcncigt , cine Iwtl / licbc obcr belie- 

fccnbnrjU^flbcnb/ ev.cHn, qui a du pane bant , ou de ladifpo- 
Jition a quelque chofe. A coming ftomach , cin gutcr op- 
|>etit obcr lUI^ JU Cffcn / un bon appetit. A coming woman, 

eine Icicf^tfinnigc frau , Vk gar lcid)t in cin frcunb-^iicf dc?- 
Williget/ unc fcmme facile ^ qui acaorde aifemcnt des^^ 
veurs. 



delle commande la ville. 'Tis a faculty which he can 
com.mand at any time, btcfe art fail cr an ftc^ ne^mctt/ 
RJCnn e^ tbm bclicbt/ c'eji um faculte , qu'il 7i'avoit pas 
beaucoup de pein.' a fe donner. This verruc commands 
love and relpeft from every body, bicfe tugcnb bctvcget 
tcb'trman cud} 511 liebCU unb JU c{)Ven/ cette vcrt-^ infpi-re I'a- 
mour d5f le refpefta tout le monde. To command one's fel^ 
to command one's paifion , fcincr mdclitig fei;n / fid} JU mdfi 
figcn tt»if[cn/ tiber fcinc bcgicrbcn t)crr|cl?cn/ fe pojjeder, fe 

commander ., commander a fcs pafpons. To command a 

fum oi money , ciucfutnmc gclbcji ju fcincm gebraucfj fcrtig 
l)abcn avoir unefu??i me d 'argent a fa difpojition. To com- 
mand lilence, cincm 'iifxi fiillfdjwcigcn auflcgcu/ i^nfrillfdjroccV 
gen t)cijfcn/ impoferjllence. We cannot conimand our li- 
kings, TOir fonnen unfcrc licbc / luflunbsunctiiungiuctma*/ 
uid)t rcgiercu/ rocnn unb rate roir tvollen / noiis ne fommes pas 

maitres de nos inclinations. 

Commanded, bcfoljlctt/ gcbOtCtt/ UCrotbnct/ K- commande, 

ordonne, is^c. 

Comminder , citt comnianbant / uorgcfcijtcr / cbriflcr 

bcfe'til'^'t)''ber/ Obcrftcr general, comm.andant, capitaine , ge- 
ncral. A commindcr of a fquadron (at lea) cin bcfcl)!^; 
^aber iUr fee uber Ctli(l)C fd)iffc / un chef d\fcadre. A com- 
mander, cin comnitiUbcur uber einc comtbcrci) ; bcr ilojfel 
obcrfd^ldgcl/ bamttbte rflafler-'ltemc geftofTcn rccrbeu/ com' 

mandcur ; hie. 

Commanding, ba^ fccfc^lcn/ :c. raHion de comman- 
der, <lffc. 

Commandment, cin befell/ getot/ gef)e«f/ gcfc^/ orbnuttg/ 

commandcment. 

Commindry, ctnc comtt)erct), vfr^nbc bcr|£>rbcn« > SKittcr, 

commandcrie. 

To commemorate, citt gcbdc^tnt§ bcgcficM/ crjcfjluug 

obcr nicl&ungt^un/ cekbrer la memoire de,fairc comme- 
moration. 

Commcmorkion, fca^gcbdc^tni^/ bif fet)crlid;c mclburtg, 

(f jCblUilS/ commemoration, mimoire. 

To commence, ctren^ flufangcrt / (in{)(itn, ben anfang 
mad>en ; eincn gradum auf cincr untocrfitdt annc^mcn, 

.^^ promo vircit/ comimncer ; prendre quelque dcgre. To 
*^ commence an aftiun ^or a law-fuit; againft one, Ctncit 



C O M. 

re(fi«>^attt)el mtt cincm aiifangeti* intenter un prods on 

afuor. a quelcun. To commence doftor, in dodorem 
promovireit . Doctor VitxHri , puffer .iofieur. To com- 
mence an author, tlc^ fur t\T,tn tuc^cr-fcfircibcr au^gc^ 
ben/ fur ctticn fchlsentcti J^cUcn otigefe^eu \iX)i\, ser'iger en 
auteur. 

Con?.m'nc-ecl, anc'cfartgcn/ ftfwww^"^- 

Commencement, bcr actus, otcrbteieit/ ba mailCttiengra- 
dum annimmr, letemsauquei on pr end Us degm. 

To commend, fitn<xi pret'fcn, lobeii; tubmen; cmpfet)* 
lett , fln&efchUn , /uafr ,- rccommander. To commend one's 
ipirit to God , feine feele in bic bdti^e (Boiw^ tefcblm , »v- 
conimander j'onavie a Dhu. Pray commend me to him, 
tch bittc , grutTcti^nuon ntcinetn)C9«n//tf/««^ lejevousprie 

de ma part. 

Commendable, loblic^/ \Si\tXii''Ki^ , tu^mllc^/ lovable^ 
recommandabli. 

Commendabiy, loMlc^cr/ n'l^ralic^cr»cifC/*n;<rf louangCy 
glorteufeitient. 

Cotnn^.lndam , e.g. to have a benefice in commendam, tb 
neRgctitl:d)cnbicnfioticrrinci;frunte in cincr comthcrei) ^a-- 
%vx, einiiitmrne-uerraaltereiiierpfrunbcfcpn, a-coir un be- 

ftttpce en commafide. 

Commendation, &a»lct, 5cr»rct§/ DX^XCiJouange. Let- 
ters of commendation , cine recommendation, ein anbefeh- 
lungsfu^rsibcn/ de- lettresde recommandi7.tion. Commen- 
dations, arutV empfc{)lung/ prdfentiruns fcinel tienftea/ bai- 
femains. 

Commendator}', recotttntcnbircnb/ anbefe^lenb ; intcrim^^ 
ccrwaltcr cincr pfrunbc/bep emtangclung cine^ gcroiiTcn befj* 

t^tXii de recojumandation ; commandatai're. 

Commended, 3cU>bet, gcpricfcn* gcru^mct ; recommandi- 
tiX; an^cfoljlen/ lo\ie -, recommande. To be commended, |U 

Icben cbcr \\\ ruhmcii/ Jctens-ivcrr^/ louable. 

Commending, taelcbcn/2C./''ii^/t>«^<?/i>«^, isfc. 

Commenfurable, ba^ cine glctd^^eit/ glcic^uidvigfcit/ ober 

rtcnmaaf hsbctt fan, commensurable. 

Q' -:re,qleic^ma§ig,9leid)9emac&t/ba«ctrtC9lcic^; 

{•..i" rcit obcr cbcnmaa^ (>at/ />Jc/'C';//*«w<^. My 

expeiw. 



COM. i2« 

Commercial, ^^'. jar fianblunf? fle^ori? , ce qurapparuoH 
au citmmerci:, aufe rapporte an commerce. 

Comminution, eincbrof)un9/t)ebrdaung, &cbroi)Un9; com 

mlnatiun. 

Comminator^-, ficbrc^lfc^ , commmateire. 

To comminute, F. ^. ,^a term of phytic) lertBctlett/ fc^«- 
bCrt/jer^iicfca, ia\Ui^tn..divifer,br:jer, concajfer. 

Comminuti jn^^.?/. jertl^ctlunci/ aivijton. 

To commiierate , mitlcibcn niit cinem ^aben , fi<$ ctttff.. 
obcr ul)cr eincn tthztmtn> prendre pitie. 

Commilerating, barmljcrRig/mitleibenb/ mitletbi?/ tendre, 
pleinde compaffton. 

Commiferation,btccrbanmmgyerbdrmnt§y ba^ mttlcJbcnr 

pUii^ coTnmifirrat'ton. 

Commiilary, ctn comnnffariu^, ein a5<jccrbrteter , cwgcfcR- 

tiX, bcr \ik auffiC^f «bcr etroa? b^t ccmmijfaire. 

Commiifion, cia bcfcM , cine gcgcbtMc «oUm.2c6t flufjicf rs-- 
gcne fuc^c, anbefcljUne aufi'icbt ; tin amt / comvvjfion. To 
iaydo\\m(to give up) his commiifion, fcin aiUt aufgci;ciT/ 
rendrefn commljpon. 

* CommilFiOn, or commiilioners in a ftatut of bankrupf, 
jufamnu-iiunftbcrglduHgcr/Umbic guter ^ti fc^itlbner^/ fo 

er ibncn abgCirctcn/Ut itfdXiniajfenibUe de creanclers ^cur 
partager des b'tens du debiteur a eux abandor.nis. 

TocommIfIion,tocommilIionate, ctncm Ctl»as? anbcftb- 
Ictt; <wftragen , aufertraucn / I'ollmac^t in cincr fl^c^cgcbenr 
ibn abcrbncrt/ bcucUmdd^tigcn/ yber etn5a3 bcfrcUcn/ commst- 

rre, etablir. 

Commiinonated , commiJlioned , bCftoUmdc^tiget f ftbgcj 
orbnet, bcr tJoUmacbt in cincr fac^c befommen/ bem ctreaefln- 
bcfoblcnift coww/V. 

Commiinoner, ein commifTarius , abgccrbnetcT/ bcreiiic 

aufUcbt CbcniOUmacfit b Jt/ commijpiire, cQrr.mh. 

To commit, CttCas bcgcbett/ tbun, ccmmettre , fahc. 
To commit one to cuftody , ctncn ina gefangnis fenbcrt- 
Obcr jtccfcn t envcyer ou meU7-e quelcun en prifott. To 
commit a bulinels to one, etnctii bic forge fur cin gefcf-^f 
tc ubcrlaiTcn, elibmauftragcn, ubcrgcbcn, onfcefcblen /«;;- 
Jjcrtraucn / retruttre une affaire a quelcun. To commit a 



cecommenfurate with my revenues, icbmu§ . thing to one, Ctncm ctttja^ ailjjertrauen - ibm CtltJa^iurcr 
mcinc au^Jgaben nad> ben cinfcmmca ticbtcn , id) m\\^\K6&\>xzvi t)Ht a)X\\\x'\):htaq,thtn, confer queiquechofe a quel- 
void) \Mk6) mcincr bccEc lirccfcit/ il faut que ma depenfe fit cun, la depofr er.tre fes r>m:ns. They commit themfel- 



proporticnee a mes rentes. 

Comment, cine gloiTcr fluslegting uber cin bud) obcr 

liber cincn tcrty commentaire,glofe. If you tell liim on't, 
he will make a comment upon it, fo tbr ibnt bapon fagt; 
roitb er barubcr flugclH//" wkj- le lui kites, il ghfrala: 
deffus. 

To comment, clnc erfldrung ; fluMcgung- glcffcn obcr an-- 
mcrcfungenubcr ctroaj fcbreibea ; uber ctraas fliiccln , el un- 

•jCit'.a Cbcr cbne urfad) tabeln. commenter . glofer. 

Commenrdry, eine auelcgunj uber cin buc^ , commen- 
taire. 

Commentator, ber fiber eill fcUC^ fc^rcibt / commenta 
teur. 

Commuted upon,, ttjoruber einc au^lcgung gcfcbricbeu 

tf!, fur quoi ran afaifun comment air e^ ifc. f. To com- 
ment. 

Commenritious,crfonttett;Crbac^t/Crbic^tCt/ falfc^y ima- 
gir.Ci feint, faux. 

Commerce, cirt f,a*ibcl; gcwcrbC; cinc ^anbluna, fauff^ 



ves to be guided, ficaoUcn tlcb an^tprcti oDer Icitcnlap 
fcH/ ils fe laijfent piener. To commit one to the earth, 
einen begratcn/ mettre queU-un en terre. To commit -4. 
thing to paper, ct»05 fcbriftlid) Guffcftcn , auffcbretbctt/ 
tt.ettre mte cbofe par ecrit. To commit a thing to me- 
mory, et»a^ fcinetn gcbdc^titi§ einfcbRrtfen / graver une 
chofe dans Ja memeire. * To commit matrimony, 
with one, ttncn bc^rat^Cfl, i(>n UthmetJ; fe vunier avec 
quelcun. 

Commitment, S. JjerfcaftUttg, emprifonnemeiit. 

Commftted, bc?angeH/ Ic ccmmis., ifc. The care of him 
was committed to me , man bat mir "Hit forge fiir i\)n uberlaf- 
fen ' on me I 'avoit donne en charge. 

Committee, acorbncte ricbter/ bcwQmacfctigte pcrfonen/ 
bieo en' -'"mluag ober bosjlcen folc^errtd^tet/ commijjiiires, 

committe. 

■» Comrr.fxtion, hit UCrmifc&ung, mifc^ung/ melange, 
Commndc, cincbau^^t-iicrbcbcr reciter, commode. 
Commodious , bequem , fuglic^ / gclejen / commode. 



mannfcbcftf b ant t§i era ng ; ^it gentcinfcbaft y ccrref?jon',/>ror'?-c' 

bcnfi/ Man'ati&ji^iXifommercejtrafic] ccrrefpondence , corn-] ■ Commodrously, bcgucm; fuglicf), ttO^l; gar Wobl, cctn- 

I modement, bien, tres-bien. 

R Com- 



municaiiOTt. 



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Commodity, BcQMcinlid^fdt/gctc^cii^ett; benttt^ett/ ptcf 
f.t; tie roaarc; feic fcljaam cbcr gcbuvW-'oHcbcc eiticc fmi/ 
com?md}ii-i avautngc^ proft; niarchandije:, les parties na- 
turclk'sd''in:efcinmc. 

Commodore, t)cr admiral/ fo un{crfcf;icMicf;e lxm% ^ fc^iffc 
«^cr ciite efcabrc comntantilrct/ ww chefifefcadre. 

Common, A. geniciti; 0ficntlief}/ cotimnm ; /)?;/5//V. A 
common foidier, cttl gctttelticr Cbevfc^lcc^tCVfolbat/ unjitti- 
flcfoldat. At the common rate , nac!) bCIU (?cn)6l)!Uic&f tl 
jjrei§ / auprfx com-<7jjt. The eommon-councii, tcf tatt) bcr 
jlCbt Obcr bdrciCjfc^aft/ co^ifeil deville. A common - shore, 

Jsje qcntcinc rt'tnc/ c^^r t)cr ort in crncr gaffc/ bu t)fl^ a^aiTec «Uc 
iufaniincn f ennnt/ cin cloacf/ «» egout^une cheque. The 
ct.mmon-liw,liicrccf)tlici^cnge{)raudK, Drt^ gefd;vtctcne gc-- 

taettie rccljt/ /f //ro/V coutmnier. The common - pleas , the 

court ofcommon-pieas, bfl^ gcmeinegerJd;t in hirgerltc^cii 

frtd)et?/ TOO tUflt! feiilcfiUf^eiicrthciDiftCt/ lacuurdes ptaidoyers 
cc})i:num. A commoii-wealih , ^common- weal,) taj! ge- 

niciiie ttjefen / cine republtcl/ uuitat\ tme rembriquc. A 
common-wealrhs-mah, bcr Del gememen wcfeit^ fcefie fuc^t/ 

w^republ'icain. 

C6mraon,.s'.J)er anger/ bfe gemcincn frifteit ; cin tuajfcr/ 
werinnaUcbicctnmo^»creinc8i)Drffce^jc,frcDl)dt ^abcn ju fi- 

fc^Ctl/ cojmiiitnes ; t^ra o« tons Us habhans iVunvlllage i^c. 
ont droit depecber. 

To cnmmon, jufammctt cjfcit ttnt> ktcii / antcveinanbcr fll- 

ie^ gcmciti '^abcil/ tvwt en common. 

Commonage, v. Right of commonage, ba^ '^Ut^Uttgl O&ct 
f riftn'CC^t / droit dspiture commune. 

Commonalty, dttC9emcinfc()aft/ gcfellfcOaftiba^gemciue 

tplcf / bcr p^bel, communuute ,• /i?x communes. 

Commc/ner, ctiicrvontemfcmcijteit Dolcf/ ctn burger/ »?i 

membre des covDnunes. A commoner of a college in an uni- 

vcrfity, cin mitgltcb ctuciJ collegii aufcincruntycrfita't/ m: 

7iiem'>re d' un college. 

Commoning, .?. tJcrflimmluitg tiitt bicgetitcinctrifftcinjU' 

Xi^jtCttj ^iffemb/ce de ceux , qui 07it droit de convnune. 

Co'inmonly, tnsgcmcin/ biirc^ge^cnb^/ mciflcntl)cil^; ge- 

»Of)nlicI}/ communcmem. 

Commonnefs , i)tc gcmcinc art/ gcttJo^nltc&fert ciiic^ biii^ 

|f^/ I'etiit d'unechofe commune. 

To common-place, ctrca^ in locos communes bringCH/ 
?jnt()etlctl/ ranger, ou dijlribuer en licux communs. 

Commons, ^a!3 ordin;iri, fo man tdalic^ ill cttteitt ]^aufV 
S)dfct/ ordinaire. The commons of England, fcic gciUCts 
nc/ ber gcnrcinc fianb tn gngiatib/ A'j communesyle tiers 
itrtt d^Angteferre. The houfe of commons, bie farttnier 
bcr geincinc/ Ws> unterfjaufi be^piirlcment^in (Englanb/ fa 
evinnbi-e (fes eainmunes , la cbambre bajje du parlement 
d'AftgUtare, 

cJmin6tion,ciTi ottfru^r/ flofflanb/ tun?ult/ eifie bctregmiS/ 

^«mi{trt:i(i/ emotion. 

To commune, iititcinflnbcrrcben, jtcftmit cirtem untcirci 
%m, untcrrcbuHv] obcr cin aefrracf) ()iilrcn, conferer. 
Commvinicabk.b.i^ tTtfliicincttr mittf)cilcn obcr cn(bcc!en 

fiW/ i^uipent ttr^ communique. 

romra\inicant, dii f oiuttittiiicant / bcr Jtt bfUl ti^dj Ui 

JP)Crn?(?i:^et, communiant. 

To communicate, ctttKi^ raitffjeilett ' bcptt f!)cilf)aftfg 
IttflCbcn/ es cntbecPct!/ JU njfffen tfjUII/ commmtiquer ; i)O0 

tcilige obcrrbmal)! cmp^^ingcn/ jmii tifd) bc^j ^crnr gc^CH/ 
(ommunier. To communicate favours , cincilt ciJtt^l 
(IcfaUcn eber tWH^ tl)UH/ fWvifen / /«//v </« bien., reii- 
^efervice. 



COM. 

Communicated, nittget|)ci{ct/- J» WiffcttflCtl^Oft/ r^jwwtf*- 
nique. 

Communication , \^z mitt^eilung ; gcmcinf(f;cft ; cine 

HllterVCbun?/ cin gcfprd^ / communiccition; entretim, con- 
ference. ^ p. Evil communications corrupt ^ood n.au- 
ners, bo'fc^ gcfcOwafic (oter bofc gcfcllfc^att) ^crberlu gute 
fittett/ les mauvaifes compagnies corrompent les bonmi 
moeurs. 

Communicative, nitlt()ci(cnb, bcrgcrrtcmitt^cifct/ row- 
municatif. 

Communion, \i\t gemcinfc^qft / gcfc(lfcf?aft ; bn^ ^ci-- 
ligc abcnbnw!)l / bu^ nac^tmaljl/ cbcr bcr tifd; bes jpcrrn, 
communion ; la communion. The communion-table, 

bcr CDmmunioiJ-'fifc(). i»orauf H^ brobtunbbcr mm |lc{)ct/ 

la table de la covimunion. The communion - cloth , bfl^ 

tvid), fo ubcrben ccmmunion;tifd> gecgtift/ le linge qui 

couvre cette table. The communion-cup , &cr fci4' / ^^ 
calice. 

Coinmunity, bte gcmeinf«^flft; btc gcfellfd^aft/ commtmau- 

te ; focjete. 

Commutklon, i)cr4nbcrung/ verttjcdj^iuns/ mim{d)\m, 

cof>imutatiu7t. 

Commutative, tjeratibcmb/ »crtflufd)enb / tt)Cd;felHb / con:- 
mutatif. 

To commute the punishment , bieftrafCDCWUbcni/ CIHC 
anbCJ'C ffrafc gcbraucbciW commuter la peine. 

Commutual, Adj. uajgctDcd^fcU/ fccDbcrfcitig gcmcin; 

mutuelf commun. 

Compaft , A. t)\<^t jn cinflnbcr/ bicfc/ jufimintcn bait-' 

genb /- He , joint. To make a well-compail difcourfe, 

etncngefd}icfte:i bifctnir^ madKn/ bcr tteljl an eimntbcr ban;? 

get/ Hcr^bicn un dijcours. Compact, tVOt)l eingci'id^tct/ 

tvpblgcfcRt/jicrltc^/gcfcl^ictt/ gcjicrcv/ twoljlscutacfjt^ ^/w/?^, 

poli, bienfait. 

c;6mpaft, SMi l)cintlid)c Dcrbinbung/ ober tjcr|iflnbni§; vn 
bunb/ ccrtrng/ »crglcicb/ complot, pa fie. 
Tocompaft, cti»a^bid)teMifammcnfcriCn/|lcnett/ binbctt/ 

fugen, ^dngeil/ l)eftcn/ affembler, attacker. 

Compaaed, bici)t {ufiiniutcngcfeJjt/ gcbunbctt / gcfugt/ 

gcl)dnget/ njJhnbUy ramajjly lid. A well -comparted 

town, cine{iabt. bercn Jjawfcr bid)t infanuucu jtc^cn - une 

vitle bien raviafsee. A compaded diicomle , ciuc f ur^ 

jufammcit gciogene »ber fur^gcfajfte xiU,un dijcours ferrH, 

ou concis. 

Compiiaing,bicbic^fcitifiinmtenremingcbcrfuflutig , Xia^ 
jufantmcnbinbcn/Cbcr Vid^^t iw einonbcr fKlkn/ ic. ajjcinhlage, 

I 'afiion dejoindrcy ^c. 

Compaftly,furijlic^/ mtt rccnigcii wortcn ; bi(^t/ jlarcf/ 

fcfl; ucjc^itft^ iiCtUc^J/ enpeu de paroles ■■, fortemtnt ■■, avec 

jujlc/je. 

Companion, cittmit-'confort/gcfctl/ gcfc'^rtcj cine scfcUiit/ 

gcfpiclill/ gcfel)rtin/ compagnon ; compagne. 

Companionable, Adj. gcfcUig , mit bCUt t»0^l Umjugc^Ctt 
\%fociabh',de bonne compagnie. 

Co'mpany, bic gcfcllfdjaft ; ucrrflmmhing ; cine gcraci- 

ntr_ jnnft/ COnU'-agnier coinpagnie; ajJcmblU; corps^ 
fociete- A conipany of foldicrs, cinc ccmpognic fcl'oa* 
ten uf^ compagnie defoldttts. The company of a ship, 

ba^gfluscDSldcisiCiJfc^ifrc^/ bie raotrefcn / fo ju cincm fd^if- 

tC 0,ci}Orcn/ l 'equipage d'un vaijjeau. A fme company of 
birds, ein f^attiid)eV |!ug OOgcl/ »«<■ b^lU volec doifeaux. 
; A company of wild bcalb , ciuc ^ccrbc twlbci' t^icrC/ 
hardc de betes fifuvages. A company of ftat;e- players, 
VAX ^vlUffC (CriiabwnKU; if»e troupe de cometlicns. Ihe 



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compfiiy a?a funeral , fca.^ ^ttcit Stt tettt ^ta^ Ueovvty des \ 

fttnaaliies. A' great company of liars, einc grcifc anjaljl : 
ilfrnC/ vn grand nombre d'stoiUs. He has no company 
but iry- brother wich him, C6 '\.\X nicniant bep t^UI/ al^mciil 
fcru^Ct/ ilrfaperjonnequentcnfrerearveclui. I could not 
getrid of his company, ic^ f OlttC fcincr llic^t lo^ recr&etl/ je 
nepus me cfefaire de Utl To keep con-ipany , ftncni gcfcU? ; 
fdjafr Iciften / Uiel nut '<m umgc^eil / fretiuenttr. To keep 

a woman company , mit cinet frau gar 'jU ttemctnfcnti , oft 

{5C9 it}" fcpn / avoir un commerce amcureux avec unefem- 

me. 'To keq> company, (&ml9tn,]<iin}im\cn, ofttcr^lii- 
\)iXlid)crA(id)tfiXtm: ' " '^ iiW.X , fe debaucher. Com- 
pany-keeper, tin )\ .dix, iiw \<iivaa\\\ix, Dcr oft 
t>e!) Ueberlid&er flffcllfuyii!: ;;:/ un debauch:. To be good 
company, hljlig in gefcUrdjaft fcpn- etre de bovne'com- 

pacn/f. By compaaies, l)rtujfcn-'WdfC/ frciqjpcn^wcife/ ^^ 
f To company, jut^un^a&cn/ fic^»crraifc§cn/ ccrmen^ 

gtlt/ s'entremeler. 

Comparable, JUa^ if ■ - -''•' -^' VX \'\l, comparabU. 

Comparably, t)cv RJeifc / Durd) fine i^ecglei^ 

4un9/ roenn man ciuv? b'-j'-" i-'^^ ant)crc IhJlt/ jf*?^ cow;/)/!- 

raifon. 

Comparative, t'ic UXC^\tid)\XXt^i'^lHn'i^,comparatif. 

Comparatively, t)crcrivtC^Hn^3'n?£tfc,/>/7r comparaifon. 

Compare, t>ic'ocralci(tan^ / iglCJdj^t/ comparaifon, fi- 
militude^ Beyond compare , BtlVerglcic^lic^ / fatis compa- 
raifon . 

To compare, etwa^'crglcic^en/CiiicgUic^mK an^ellat/ et- 
tieucrglcit&ungmac^eti/ itvcp fctngc nrit cmanicx uxQitidfcn, 
einbinggetJcnCaa mt)txt IjaltCtt/ comparer, conferer. To 
compare notes together, fic^ mit etucm Wcacrt citicr f(h^e 
ntttcrrctctt/ conferer d^une chofe a-jec quelcun. I ani not 
to compare (to be compared) with him, e^ i)i fcinc %\i\<S)' 
i^eitjreifc&cni^muti&mir/ ic^ bin mc^t^ gegcn t^m jurcc^? 
tiett///«^ (7 p-is de comparaifon enttefui & moi.He may com- 
pare with him for any thang, er gtebt t^m itt fctncV fad^c 

nod) / iX Wtid)Ct i|)m nic^t/ //»«• /«; c^rfi? f« rien. 

Compared, ccrglidiett/t'ow^/ir/. It is not to be compa- 
red, C^ ijl l1tH)Crgleid)!id?; ilnejipas a comparer. 

Comparing, t>ic Cerglci<^un9/ t><H tJCrgkic^cJt/ JC. cemparai- 
fon, / 'a^ion de comparer. 

Comparifen , dnc gescncinanter^altuttg , ccrglctd)tin3, 

fiUii^niC'/ gkic^fjcit/ dbnlic^fcit/ comparaifon, fimUltude, 
reffembUncf. In comparifon of, 511 rcdmeit gcgctl y f» 
comparaifon. Beyond (without) comparifon , Uirucrgldc^s 
li<^,4>1)ne cergletc^utiS/ oortref ic^y/awj comparaifon , /fft-ow- 

parabUment. 

Compart, compirtni;ent,compartiment, bic ffU3t^ci(U!?g; 
flbtl)ciluiig, ab'sircflung.abntcfTmig ixwti gc^)aa^c(J ; ciiigclaV 
^erobtrk'ttincinemgarten/ compartiment. 

Compafs, cin bc'^irc!, umfrei§/ imifano/ begrif, circuit, dr. 
ctTirfcrmce. * In a compafs of a year , iniicr(>cl6 elner jafi; 
r€^*^riir/ <«'i^»J I\fpaced'un an. A compafs, a mariner's 
cornpais, tin (tt^ obct mcmcontpag ^ une boujfole. I shali do 
it within that compafs of time, t^ Wetbe €8 in iJerjcit tI)Un/ 
Otier tnncrljalb ter jcit > leferai dans ce tems la. A thing 
aot within thecompals of men's memory ,eine fac^C; bcrftt 
man fjc^ iiic^t erinucmffln> cttoa^, &«« »0!i unbcncflia^en 
johrcn \a \\^) niC^t Ittgctragen , une chofe immemoriale, 
tu de tems immemorial. • In the compals of our memo- 
ries, 5U unfcrn JcitCIt / de nStre tems. To draw into a 
narrow compals , furs nifammenuebcn, furl? M<n, ab- 
brewer. To ieep one within compafs , ciUfH ^x%\\%% 



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pt*<r Mit taUttte falfeit/ tenir queUun de court. To keep 

witiun compafi, frc^ cnt^altm , fitf ibntfc^Mfi- 

cfcti blcibeii/ ffd; i^orfc?.c:t , nic^t ju ^ . •:,..'' <rc«r-- 

r.ir, fe mensger, ne {aire point d'extri^\ \:ga:i:^s. '"nine ik 

within compals, w'ncinctfiic^ealjarcfcen, wic ftclti'd-^iffn 
t»t/ /« mc^tgretT" macOc:i/ aU ttei^/ '^"'f* pet pre i la 

chofe comme eHe eft , ne pas exagerer. I take thi; . lufe of 
mine to be within the compafs of cleanly and coi .nienr, 
micnt'judjt, Dkfi^mdn^au^ftJiincoor ciafJuberHut) t-cqut^ 

raC5 bauv ^'i^XiWJec-rois que ma maifon pent pajfer pour prt- 
pre & commode. 

Toco:- --■"- :t-":;3timg<&cn/ unmngcH/ ^eruntgeSen ; et; 
n>o^ ju iTu crljaltcH/ « ]U enbc bringcn , hxvMt ju tv 

ncm^rreutifu.utiUtOegelangcn/ eavironner, entourer; obte- 
nir, vtiiir a bout de. To compai^" the death of one , ciiJcui 
ns<^ fcem Icbcil fte^sn / comphter lamcrt de quelcun. 

C6inpaired,un(acfcen,cr^viltcny V^m<^ gebtac^t/ 2f. arji- 
ronrJy dor.t on eft venu a bout, i^c. 

CompalTes, apairofcompaffes, «« itrcfely cScnyaffcfy 
un corr.pas. 

Compaiung,i»alHmge5««/^(n:utnge^cn/ &a^ ju acge^riu- 

gett/ 2C- ^ 'action d'enviroKner, entourer, devenir aiout de. 

Compajfion, bag mttletben, tie erbarmttng, erborwraf/ 

barm^cn;i9fctt./»//<v, compuffion, mifericcrde. 

Compaifionute, mitU i5>tg / crbcriBCnv) / qtti apitie if com- 
pafp.cn. 

To compifTtonate , V. A. ttlitlct&cn ^abefl/ avoir fitie^ ou 
compaffo^i. 

Compiilionately, fiU^ mttlcitctt aroec compafjton. 

CorapatibiliL)',n)cnn fad^en dnani)£r Ici&cn oticr ijertrogcn/ 

compatibilite. 

Compatible, rc.ijbeijcinant>crbld6c!t, dn>inberccrtragc«/ 

Cter IDC^lbepj'annncn fct)n fan, compatible. Heat is com- 
patible with moil^ar^, Mc rodrme un& nu)fc fcmient«n!ra;n^ 
m«n feoU/ /<? cbaudefl compatible aroec I 'kumide. 

* Compeer, dn c«marat>e/ mlt^confort/ mit-gefcfl; <:<^»^- 

r^, camarade. 

To compel, dneR jwiKgen/ tidt^igcnz/wv-w. 

CompeUabie, Adj. Dcr JUJlVtngeH j^/ qu'on peut contra- 
indre, forcer oucbliger. 

Compellition, citic anrc&e ; cin jteanSf due not^ignitg/ gc^ 

XidXtiapofiropbe ; contrainte. 

Compelled, gcjaungcn,- getidtfetgety*rrr. 
Compelling, t* is JDtligen/ 2C. / 'a^on de forcer. 

Compendious,fur^, fur^juiammmgefijfft, in drtcn fur- 
Ben begriff iufammen gcjcgen, court, fucdntl 
Compendiously, f urfiliiO, in dnem f ur^en kgdf / mit tve^ 

nig n)Ottcrt//«av«r<fOTf;j?. 

Compendiouihefs, tie fur^C/ brieve^. 
Compendium, etil f urfiCC beqriff/ cn^clt/ abbrege. 

Tocompenlate, ctwag tsitiicr uergelten/ »erfc^uloen / «»> 

penfer. • 

Compensation, tieuetyeltsng/ iwrrci^u[5>««S/ atfc^nunj/ 

compeifatiun. 

Compete, f. Compeer. 

Competency , 5)ie rcc^ tntd^igfeit cticr »oDtge mae^t ets 

nc^ dd;ter» iU r.djtsn , competance. A competency, eill 
iuldtiglic^e^/ not^^ige^ ot)cr gnugiarae^ au«fommen/ »cr- 

mdgcn , le mcejfaire, bien fuffifunt pour s'entr.tenir. Te 
have a competency of leamiflg, gelefjrt genug fcort, tfx-orr #/*- 
'fez defavoir. 

I Competent, getiugfam/iulangltcfi, 5e(nt«m, gefc^icft, iU- 
' \\X^,ft'j^fant,cor.i'enable. A competent judge , cin X(&/ty 
I mapiS er Xi^UX, nnjuge competent. 



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Competently, ted}tmaH^; iWldmUdf), $tm$/ gebu^tUc^/ 
JltV gtll'ig^, covipeter,mie}n,fuffifammcnt. 

Cdmperible, fu^lic^ , (?cfitictt/ ba^ fic^ retmct cbcr fcf)U' 
cfct/ cunvenahU. Tills is a circumftance not competible 
to any but him, btcfer iimfi«:it) rcirnct f!(j^ nuf niemant) 

Otlbcr^/ flB aitf tf)tt , <:'<y? une circonjiatice , qui ne fe pent 
rapport er qu' a lui feu I. 

Competition, Vk itiit ^pjcrhnig, flnl)altuit(; mit cmcm 
antern imieincrlo) i^cUe cbcr foufi ctma^, pourfuhe d'une 

mhne cbafe avcc un autre. To come in competition, 

mit einantser ucrglid)cti roerbett/ jieijcti einanbcr gc^alten 

WCrbCll/ cillfltlbCC CUtgcgCIl gcfc« WCrbeit/ entrercn compa- 
raifon, etre ;h/V en ballancc, are eppofe. 

Competitor, m\ mxtimxUx, Hx mit cincm juglcicf; um 

CtttJfl^ an'odlt/ competiteur. 

Compilation, ^ai suftinnitenjIicFcn/ iufamnienflucfcit/ bic 

Serfertigunfl/ Cill furJjCr aueiJUlt/ compilation, reaieil. 

To compile, cttva^ (iU clclcti bitineti in cine^ iufrtmtncii 
bringcit/ jufuuimcnpicFeU/ iufommcni^ticEeti/ lufanimeulefcii/ 
^erfcrtigcn , cc7npilcr. 

Compiled, jufflmmcngcfiicft/ jafammcngckfcii/ toerfcrti- 

g(t/ /C'«/'''''^- 

Complement, ttc jufamrticnfltcFimg/ iufammenlefuitg/ 
txrfcrtigung / compilation. 
Compiler, bet ctiDa^ ju jiimmenfTicf ct / citt uerfcrtigcr/ 

compi/nteur. 

Coinpiling, bi( va'fcxtmm, t)<ii 5U|amntenfIicFcti/ jufam- 

WCnlefetl/ rucliov de cGiiJpiltr. 

Complacency, tie mKX\\d)i {ufl/ crgomtftg unb ocrgnftJ 
9ung, bte man iiber ctivn^ fc^optfet, piaijir , fatlsfaclion 

interieure que /' ow prend a quslque chofe. 

To complain, flagett/ fic^ kflagert/ fe plaindre. 
Complainant, ein FldgCt/ demandeur. 
Complained of, TOOrubcr ntatl flagt/ ^i?»f ow/e- /(Az/w/'. 
Complainer, bcr/ bic bajlflgt/ obct ftc^ fceflagt/ f^/»/, 

celle qui fe plaint. 

Complaint, cinc'flagc; cine anHagc //>/«/»/(?. He ma- 
kes a fad complaint, cr I'cflffgt fidj) fcl)!'/ jammcrlicO/ 5um 

!l)OCf?ricn; life plaint fort. 

Complailance, bie rcillfd^^rtgfcit/ gcfdlligfcit/ bicnfltuil* 
Ugfcit, bicngbefltlTcnfieit; tmicrlic^c crgof.ung / iuncrlic^e^ 

tcrgnfigcit / complaifance -, plaijir interieur , fatisfaHion 
interieure. 

Cdmplaiiant, gefifuifl/ n)jaf<J{)n'g/ bic!tiln)illJ9/ bicnjllieflt'f' 

fcft/ I)dflic^/ complnifanty okligeant, civil. 
Compleat, &c. f. Complete, &c. 

Complement, bic crgdiiijuiig, crfctjung/ Hi tJoUfommen* 
macf/cn, fiU!*m«cljen; bIc erfuUung/ eoUbriiigung, uclien* 
liung; bic gant^e \<xi)\, ittc m\ cin bitig auetrdgt, co77ipie- 

ment , fupplement accompUjfement ; re « jr«c(/ /Kow/f une 
<hofe. f. flU(^ Compliment. 

To complement, &c. f. To compliment. 

To complete, iitQoA collfonmicn / pollftdnbig mac^ett/ 

fiU^mfldjett/ yollcnbeil/ acheuer, accomplir. To complete 

my mifery 1 heard, ;ur t>ermcf)ning mcitic^ eUnbe^ fjflbe ic^ 

jeJ)ert, /)c«r comble de malheur jf appris. 

Complete, coUfommcn, tjonfldtibtg/ au^gcmac^t tjotlcm 
brt. complete accompli; I)ubfc^,artig/ jlcrltd)/ tto^l gcinajtt/ 
Bjoljl %i^oSx, fc^pti eber lieWic() anjufcfifn/ tuau^ bien- 

fait , /)o//. 

Completely, libcrflu^ ttjol)!/ fc^r fc^on cbcr licblic^/ gan^ 

WOl)l; gdtl^lic^/ CCllfommen//tf'/<'/VfWf/;; bien-, abfolu- 
merit t en perfeilion. 



COM. 

Compl^tenefs, bie tJoUfomnten^ett, fc^dn^ctt/ perfemofu 

beautC'. 

* Completion, bie erfuHunS/ uoUBriitgung/ tjollcnbung/ 

accompltjjement. 

Complex, lUi^jmrnengchditfTet, gcfsujt/ gcbrflcf;t/,gelcrc!t, 

ramafse. . A complex body of laws, tm corpus juris, 
un co-rps de loix. A complex notion, cine univcrfal-idea, 
idee univerfelle. 

^ Complexly, famtUd), mit cmiibtv, in feiner ittfammert- 

fligung/ conjointe-ment. 

Complexion , Vk furbc \>ti angefic^t^ ; Ut complexion 
Obcr lctbC'0'_befd)affcnbclt/ la couhur de la'peau du vifage ; 
la complexion de queUun. 

Complexional , \XiX complexion gc'^Orig/ de tempera- 
ment. 

Complexioncd, e. g. a body ■well-complt-xion'd, cllt 

jlarcJci*/ gefunbec \i\% , bcr cine gute complexion tjat/ un 

corps d' un ban tempera??ieKt. 

Complexure, Hi sufammen^ouffmtg obcr fSgung^ jon- 

fliony aJJ'emhlage. 

Compliance, Mc wiUfa^runs/ roillfdbrigfcit/ gefdUigfeit/ 

condcfcenda?2ce , coniplaifance. 

Compliant, n3i[lfal)reiib / miUfd^rig/ gcfdlUg/bicnjlrainig/ 

condefcendant, complaifant. 

Complicated, iufammcngcrd}lagcn/ tielfac^/ compHqae. 

Fear is complicated with a defire of out own preferva- 
tion.bic furc^t ift xicrgcfcUfc^flfrct mit cincm Devlangen^ baiJ 

roir i)aben7 U»^ fclbfi JU erl)altcn/ la aainte ef} jointe avcc 
le dejir que jjous az'ons de notre confervation. 

Complication, cine 5ufammcnfd)lagung / in'elfflc^c frtc^e/ 

complication. A complication of miferics , eittC flbcr- 
^duiTnitg niit inelcm clcnb uitb trnbfal/ «« tijjii de miferes. 
Complication of figures, cin ^aujfeu fitguvcii juff^iwittcn/lm 
ma|)lcn obcr ftcc!)en/ ^-row/'e. 

Complice, ein tnttgcfcU/ mitft^ulbcger/ mtt\)atix, mit- 
^clffcr ju cincr ubcUt)at / complice. 

Compliment, tin compliment/ {)6f[icfK rcbe/ cin wort- 
geprdngc/ l)of.!d)c itsortC/ compliment. 

To compliment, complimcntc mad^crt/ gebraiid&en; »ie=: 
Icr ^oflic^en worte mvi\ einen scbraud)en/ roort ^ geprdngc 
macf)cn/ cincii Ijofiic^ enipfangcn / /«/>•* des compUmens; 

compUmcnter. 

Complimented ^ mit ^6jlidi>cn njotten empfangcjt/ com- 

plimentc. 

Cdmplimcnter, t\\\ i^ofTing/ bcr, %\i m\ tBort-geprdngc 

mild)t> complimcnteur, complimenteufe. 

Complimenting, \>ai n?crt- gcprdnytC/ bic complimcntC/ \>^i 

COmplimCiltircil/JC- compUmens, r afli-on de co/nplimenter. 

Compline, bic le^tc bct-flunbe bcp bcw 9lomifd;i€atf)olii 

idjCn, complies. 

To compldt, ctwaa ^cimlicf) cbcr ll(?tg t)ornc()me!t / un* 
tcnmnbcn/ fud)en, c^ ()cimlid} mit cinaiibcr ablcucn; ft'c& 
^eimlic^ ucrbinbcn, Dcrcinbrtren, jufammcnoerfcf)tv)ercn/ com- 

ploter, machincr ; faire un complot. 

Compldttcr, eincr bcr cin ^eimlicljc^ ycrbunbni5§ %oX, 

Ober ablcget/ confpirateur. 

To comply, iriltfa^rcit, fic^ nac& ctncm cbcr nac^ ctmi 
xid)Un, fd}icfcn/ ftc^ willfdljng gegcn eincn criwcifcn / gcgett 

ii)n milljdi)ri(l fcOH/ condefcndre , s' accowmoder. To 
comply with the will of God, fid) ^CVa miUcn ®OttC<J cr* 
8ebc;;/«:ucrn)crtfen, bflmit iu fricben (i\)\\',fe fo'lmcure a la , 
volonte de Dieu. To comply as the church requires, 
flc^ nfld> \)i\\ fcrcmonien bcr <f nglifd)C!i fircl}c rid;tcn//^ 
eonformer aux ceremonia de l' eglife Anglicane. 

Comply'd 



COM. 

Comply'd with, worttflc^ man ficfi §aid>Ut, cber acfcfn'- 
det; ttcmit man ubcrcmfcmntt/ cber jufticten i|i, nvec 

quifCU a qui Pan s" eft accommode; dont on eji tombs d'ac- 
cardy a quo: ron a ecquiefce. 

Complying, tie tt!tllfl^r«n9/ tdi njillffl^rett, JC. conde- 
fcendar.ce. r cfllon de s' accommode',--, ifc. 

To comporr, ubcrcinfcmmen; I'lbcreinitimmcn/ convenir. 
To comport one's lelf, fic^ tjcrtragett/ uer^altW/ fccgc^en/ 

ailftctiC'I, (k\XmhXiti , fe compnrter. 

Comportmenr, iai »£tf>alten » bic auffu^nitig cbcr bcr 

roaa&cl eitlC? mfufitetl, deportment, conduit e. 

To con. ' ' ^ :j ;ufjmnicn|"cp«:/ auffegen, Btrfaffcn, 

coaipoiiirc :/ macftctt/ compcfsr. To compole 

one's fell', 110) r';,^7 U^ ernftt}aftiij anjiellcn//^ compofer, 
prendre un air ftriiux. To conr.pofe one's {^\£ to sleep, 
'' ' ' '" ' ' ' j.r a dormir. To com- 

riteri ntcnji^eri begutigcti/ 

iiu-.i.r;:, f.;::i:n u-ni (hllen/ nppaifer la colere 

To compofe a difference, cii'Ctl ftrctt cnt' 

}u..:t;' \KvX\<i)X<l\\iacc: -'•■ /:cider ur. difftiend. -To 

compofe one's affaiis, iftc xw tint brtJsiung trin- 

getl/ me'ttre ordre aj;:' u u.-cj. 

Compofed, ;utammcn/c)c^t, a\x^q.cU^t/ ic. compsfe, (fc. 
A cempofed ccuntenance, cm CtnoiCiOaen, fttU/ bcfd><it>(ll, 
crnii^aftC* anfebcil/ «» air compose ou finicux. He is 
coiKpofcd for his end, cr i)At \\<S) \\XVa, tobc fccfcitct H eJi 
f7-€pare a la ihort. 

Competing, tXXi SUfcmmcnfttett, K. raflion de compo- 

fer, e'c. Compoiliig- flick, t>tx ttJiticfcl^acFcn/ iavcin ik l 
buc^trucftr bic tuchilabcit fci?eiiy compojJeur. 

Compofite, JufununcngcfcPt compofe. 

Composition, tig iufjmmcilfeRUiig / compofition; fluf^ 
i<^%, i'crrfliTuns; ^tt ccmaS/ wrgleic^, tie uor^Uiv^uus, 
compcfttion. 

Compolirive, f. Compofite. 

Compoiltor, t\\\ ccmrontflc ; ucrfajfcr; fefier in einer 

tUHttnicJcrcn , ccupn/iteur. 

Compcilire, ti/cr-po/^tion, uerfaffuiia; fccp t5craldc^, 

UXU^li, ciTtipo/tt: -■■_■: Compofurc of mind, (tillC/ 

bcfu^cibcnbcit/ ri ..thti, slcic^uiiiiljtgEcit/ tran- 

quilliie d' efp-ity egahte u ame. 

* Ccmpotation, citt fii)mau^, fejiin ou plufteurs boivent 
tnfeTnbH. 



COM. CON. 



nz 



Comprehenfive, &af Mid in fic^ frcgrciffet/ IWc^tn'tfltc^, 
ttac^tcnrfltd)/ furfi qcfaiJt/ f«/ comprend beaucoup de ebo* 
fes, emphatique, concis. 

Comprejfiile , &:c. }' Compromife. 

* To compreis, cine fc^rodijgern engrojjer. 
ComprelTed, gcfdjttJdngcrt, engrojpe. 
Compreifion, tie jufamnteubrucEitng/ comprejfton. 
To comprint, cincm clit bac^ beimlid) nac^bnicfctt/ im- 

primer fecretetJient la capie, ^ou le livre d un nutrc. 

To comprife , comprize , f. To cotnprehend. 

Comprifed, f. Comprehended. 

Compromife, compromize, tin geaeil^cn'rrecfitlt/ tie u- 
bcMcbuna eitter fad^e an tie fc^eite^ritf tcr, ccmprcmis. To 
put a thing m compromife, cincja^ccinem ci-ermehrfc^ciV 
tc-rtcfttcrn ubergefcen / msttre ur.e e^'aire en contpromis. 

To compromife , Qcgett certr«cf)cii cincn fc^€ttc-r(($tcr 
attnefjmcH/ frf;cite-rii^ter bctriuiaca, t^nen eine I'.ic^e uber- 
gcbcH/ fie fluf cineti gcttitTca aui'frntc^ fiellen/ compromet- 
tre, faire ou pajfer un compromis, convenir d" arbitres. 

To compt , f To count. 

* Compt, jtcrltc^" fimf?lt(^/ ttp^l ftutirct/ u?o^l 6ctac^t< 
lan« cnrogcit, poU, etudH. 

" Comptnels, tie jicrlic^feit/ poUteffi. 

Comptroli, tie ititerfprci^ung , tatelung/ einretC/ r a«- 
tradiflion. Witiiout cdmprroll, mit eincr uubcfc^rdntftcft 
gctralt/ m<}^^dntm reo^lgcfflllcn/ cter cisncm fcjjffe; abfo- 

lumcnt, arbitrairement. 

To comptroli, cinert ^ofmeiiieni / tatcin, turc^ite^cH/ 
fc^dtcny^^rafcn, i^m njiterivrvC^eiT/ cinretett, controler^ 

trouver a redire. 

ComptroUed, getotcit/ gefc^cltcn/ controle. 
Comptroller, citt tatler, eberauffeficr ; cirt \\x<i)tUxx, 

fie^et)rcr cor.trekury intaidant-, cenfeur, reformatiur. 

Comptrolling, '^9,% tatcln, cinrctcn, fc^cUeo, JC. i a^ion 

de controler. 

Compiilfion, tcr jrootff, tie not^igung/ cov.tr ainte. 

Compuni'lion, tie rcu unt kit ubcr fcinc fiinten, %mi\' 
fcn^-atrgft/ ta^ nagcn tesj geaH)Teu(J/ compor.flion, remors. 

Compurgator, un\tmt, tct tie unfc^iUt cine^ antcm 
e^tlid) \>t\c\XQtt,temoin qui prouve par ferment ^innocence 
</' «;; autre. 

-^, , . C°'^P"f^fJ'^n> bicred^nung, flu^i-C($nung,/tf/'^«/tf//ow. 

Compound, €Ittcompo!ir.:m; ?tr!f (irfine9 «U^ Cerfc^tctC-- ' ^7 computation, ircnn man C6 flU3rec^!lct, ^/f cor.te fait. 
neningredicntic!?, ror ... I Compute, tic rcc&nung,flu^rcd;nun3,tcr ut'crfc^laa^ft^^/r'. 

lo compound, cir . ; fic^ mit ctufm i ^ To compute, ctTOa^ rcc^ueji/ au^rec()ncti , jiberichlagcn/ 

iscgcn emcr |-.3d}e ccralca-vu, yauswcuv etncn MtMdd} MP"f^-y conter. 

He" was^'faJn^roT'^''''''' :J'"''T".' '"''n '^ ^''^^?/^^'^:"- j Computed, gercc^net anmtid^ntt fippute. 
He was fam to compound with hx, eUate to fave his! CompuOng, m tCC^llcn, au^rc4)nea;/k7/.« ^^>*/>a. 

ter, de calcu/er. 

Computifl:, f. Accountant. 
Comrade, f. Camar.ide. 

C'^n, ^ih'. e. g. pro and con, pro & contra, tafur Unt> 
taaitct / pour i^ contre. 
To con , )' To conn. 
Conation, f. Pine -kernel. 

Concatenation , tie sufommenbintufig , eerfnupffung, 
flticinantcr^aiigung/ tie auf einanter fclgente retire / folgc/ 

enchair.cment. 

Co'ncave, inttJcntig l^O^I/ conarve. 

Concavity, t(c tnwenttgc ^elc eine^ bisgc^ytie ^ofiluna, 

coHcarvite. 

To conceal, cfttja^ oer^clett, Dcrbergen, bergcn, m%v 

fC^WCigeit/ fieiniUc^ l)aUen, ceU^ , tenir fecret. 

R 3 Coacea- 



life, cr muftc feiii {)aaj> ant putf) trai! tccnten, unt mit tern 
• "•: ^u fommeO/ // fut oblige de donner Jon bien 
fa vie. 

^ - . .; -ii^led.iiifammcngcreftf, «m^5«. Compoun- 
ded ^vith , mit tftn man cincn ccrglcid/gcmac^t tjat, avec 

qu: "en a cuvipoj : 

l«(t) bearcincn, fafen/ comprendre. \ ; ■> w 

Comprehended, gcfajfet, begriffcn/ ri>^/>m. 

Compreheniibie, Umim , m^ mati tcorctfen fan, 

compnher.Jible. " ' 

Comprehenfion, tie fa|futtJ,ber becriff, Krtlant),/^/^///-. 

/fwrf. An aa of comprehenllon , ciu fuMu§ otcr aii^-- 

frruc^ bc^ pariom.-nr^, |o aUe partljeijcn in fic^ tcgreiffcty 
•^rHM^panemmt qut comprend toutts Us parties 



iH 



CON. 



CoAcealcd, jjer'^olcft/ uerkn'gett , a. ceU, cachL 
Concealer^ bet/ tie ctroasJ vcr'^clct/ ol)cr ^cimltc^ %h\t, 

rece/eur^ qui ticnt fecret. Concealers, (iMlfd) tint anti- 

-phrafin) fjnt) btcjciiigeit/ fo ble guter cutbccEcn mu^tn, bic 
fccin £ontge ciacttiltcf; jugc^oreit/ unb iu dnc^ aubcrn DcftB 
fitit», oi)cr bie bfl jufi'r)ett/ &af{ fonji \\\^U bemSdnigc isciiu-' 
Mdj imc\\ti)ixlun vitxH, fo i{)m eigentUc^ jiigc^orct/ rmv 

^«/ decouvrent des biens dc terre du domaine du Roif en la 
^ojjijpon ds quelque particulier. 

Concealing, concealment, tit UX%dm^i t>a3 JJWbctSCn/ 
iJCl'l)CleiT/ UClfc^H'Cigeit/ I' aflion dc celer. 

To concede, ttX6a.i j^ugebctt/ m<S)%thtn, oergoHrteit/ tiw- 

rduincil/ ;ulajTett/ cinTOilligcil/ gcttiUtCil/ ceder, accorder. 

Conceit, eine cinbilbung/ m gebancfC/ ciufall ; citte 
tttc^nung/ ciii urt^eit, gutbuiivfen/ /i^w/t^, imagwation; 

opinio7}y fenthnent. He has put iixe out of conceit with 

\ty er {)at mil' allc liijl unb Itetj; barjit knommcti/ // ?«y« « 

^r^' raivie. I am out of conceit with it, ic^ tin e^ uhtX- 

triinig/tc& (ic&te e^ nic^t mc^r/tc& frage mc()t me{)i* tarnacf?/ 

j'enfuis de(routi,je ne m en ^ouch plus. To be out of 
conceit with one's {qH, i^m fclfift ntd)t g.efcUert//f deplah-e. 

Idle conceits, iifimfc^c gi'illctt/ t^oi'td)tc tiufaUcy uarwii- 

|)0|Tctl/ lappcrcpett / niaiferies, bad'ineries. 

To conceit, fic^ cttca^ cirtbilbeit/ e^ 8J««&crT/ ac^teit/ 

t'flfur "^aUCH/ s'hnagmer-, eroire. . 

Conceited, gcjnjnngcti/ angcHDUuneti/ jn fe^c gcfiiujlctf ; 
tinf>ilbifcf)/ ivuitbcrlid) / grillcnf^aftig/ feltfam / -bcr ^id) ml 

CittbilbCt/ aff'cfij , trop etudie\ fantasqpiei l/ouryu , entete. 
Conceited of himfelf, ni^ni|ud;tig/ bcr [iC^ CtlDu^ Uxtj^itt, 

t>«* fic^ m\ anmaiTct/ cbct ()inau^ mmint/ bcr I'icl W5tt fic^ 
l^dlt/ fi*^ viel cinbilbet/ fid) nitt ^dntx njiffcitfc^flft grof' 

tlWd^et / gloJieux, qui s' en fait iiccr-uirc, fuffifant. 

Conceitedly, ei!i6itbifcf;cty wuiib^rlld;er/ fd^amjr »e<fc/ 

<ZVfc evtetemcnt. 

Conc"eircdnefs,t>ic gcjwttngcite/ angcttontmcne weifc; t)cr 
la§buncFcl/t'ic gi'offc eitibtlbuit0j>)lc eincr nojt f:a) felkr 
|)flt/ affetirie ; bonne opinion qu'on a de foi fjieme. 

Conceivable, tcgrctfiid}/ ba^ man fi(^ einbilbcn fmicm" 

cevnble. 

To conceive, empfangctt/ fd)waHgcr werben / ft'uc^t tit 
fecm Icibc cmpfangcu; etrea^ fid) cinbilben, bcgr^iffcn/ faf? 
fett/ bencfcii/ mcpnen/ bafiir ()a(tcn/ glaubcrt/ concewir; 

feJtfer, eroire, imaginer. I humbly conceive that, \6:) 

i)fllte o^ue mafsgchutg baujor/ba^///7w/fw^/? avec foSmif- 

Jion a vdtre jugement, que. To conceive a jealouifie, cincn 
crgJDO^n fftlfen, arg»0{)nen/ prendre de V ombrage. 

Conceived, empfangeti; bcgriffen/ gcbac^t/ gcmc^ttct/ 

conceii ; pcnft-, imagine. Not to be conceived, Utlbeg>(Htf* 
l5(^/ n>aa inaK fi4) utc&t cinbilbett fan, inconcevtible. 

Coftceiving, "i^it cmpf(f»gitijj tnt muttctlcibc bae cmvfaii* 
gCtt/ faftcil/ begrciffctl/ K. conception y I'aBion de conce- 
voir, &(•. f. To conceive. 

Concent, ctllC jufaitMUf nflimmwitg/ concert. 

To concentci- , cinciAtt) centrum ^rtbCH / in bcitl mittcl^ 

yuncte /, cbcr an cincm ortc iufammcn Hmmtn, fid) cub i^ 

gctl / ai'oir tin nieme centre , fe concentrer , fe terminer. 
All her cares did altogether concenter on her fon, fic 
l^flttc ihtt ganfte jbrgc «uf tl;ren foI)ii Qt(ct^t,fofffls etoit 
Vobjet de tous fcs fuins. 

Concentered, in citt-cnt mlttcl^UlKtC Obcr Art WHCItl tXtt 

ittfammciigejogen/ concentre. 

Conctntrick, jv«^ ciltcrlci) mittetpurtct ^oXt'concentrique. 

* Concept, cin anfd^log obcr cntrourff ?itK^ tt)frcE^; ?trtc 
forniHl/ fin WifCsnj projet -, forwule. 



C O N. 
Conceptloft, Me empfdngnlji (tt muttetkibe; etrt<}ebatt* 

dtf conception. A falle -conception, m m6\Mb, faux 
gcrme., mole. 

Concern, tin gef(^flffte/ eine ^c^^t, eigennu^/ ober nj(rt 
ttng «ntrifft/ ange^ct; fl»gd';geni)cit/ nsenn man ftd^ ctroaiJ 
angdcgen fcpn Iflffct/ btefcefummcraig/ forge / bcnui^ung 
tvegen enter faciei bic tt)id)ttgt\-tt eincr fuc^c / /r/i/W , /«- 

teret, ce qui nous touche, regarde ; inter et, chagrin, feins 
d' efprit; importance. In ail the concerns of humane 

life, in alien" jufdUen ober bcgcbcn^cttejt bciJ ntcnfd;ltcf)c» 

IcbCttS/ dans toutes les occajtons, ou dims tous Us incident 
de la vie humaine. 

To concern, eincn atHjc^ctt/ flnbetrcffeu/ ktreffcrt/ con- 

cerner. To concern one's ielf , fi(^ bcfunHttefn / fcrgt 

tragcn / fic^ bcititocn / benrbciten / fe dmgrincr. It con- 
cerns you fo to do , ti ifl cttd) bflrait gelcgen / bnO it>r e^ 

ftlfo mfld)Ct/ c'' efl de vutre intcret d" en agir de la forte. 
It concerns me as much as you , Ci5 geljet Jllit^ fo luel Ori 

aB cuc^/ e^ ifl mtr ^a I'j'el cU cud; baran gclcgcn/ // m'im- 

parte autant qu'' a vous. f. Concerned. 

Concerned, bctroffen/ intereilift/ bcn ctx6Ai flngc^ct; 
bc!ammeit/ bemur)ct ; betrubt/ bent ctttja^ ju l)crften gc# 

gangeU/ Cbcr \)ai l;crBe 9erijl)rct/ intereffe ; en peine, em- 
barraffe; touche, affiige. You wer^ a litlc concern'd, 

man foittc c^ cua^ anfcl)en/ \>(k% i\}t cin tvctiig getruncfett 

):)fitttti vous paroi/pez avoir ur. pen beu. What are you 
concerned? tt)«^ j)flbt i\)X tVitl) brtl'Um JU bcf unttticrn ? que 
vous ijiiporte-'t-il} My life and fortune arc concern'd, 

ci5 trifft mciu Icbeti/ ntctn l)cil \i.\\t t»ol)lfa{)tt mxiH s' agit 

de ma vie if de mes biens. I will not be concern'd with 
him, jd) ttJtll nic^W mit i^tU %\X fbun ^<Xht\\ije ne veux rien 
avoir a faire avec lui. He is concern'd, er ()rtt in bCtH 
l)eimlid)Ca i).crbinii)ntC' 51^ t^^Un 0el)abt/ // a trempe dans la 
conjuration. My heart is concern'd for him, mcjrt gc* 
mut^e beflimntcrt ffd) unt i^ni mon coeur s" intereffe pour 
lui. He is not at all concerned at it, or about it, er bc- 

f ummctt fic^ gnns ntc(>t^ barunt / H ne s'en foude point du 

tout. He appear'd not in the leall concern'd at thofe 

imputations, er Itcf; fid) biefc bcfd)ulbigttngcn itit geringfleu 

nid)t betycgejt/ il demeura ferme a ces accufations. 

Concerning, bcU'Cffcnb/ anlangcnb, l>Ott/ concemantt 
touchant. As concerning me, tDfl^ tn id; flnbeloiigt/ pour 
?}!oi, quant a nioi. 

Concernment, V\t ttsic^tigfett/ confequence. This is a 
thing of great concernment to us, bi^ ift cinc ^Oid^, bflratt 
tin^ viel gclcgcn ifl/ c'cfi une affaire qui nous regarde de 
fort prcs. He has a tender concernment for the publick 

good, er Iftflfld) bas gcmcincgntl) fc()r cmgclcgcn fepn//V 

s' intereffe beaucoup pour le bien public. 

Concert, einc bctmlidjc abrcbc/ obtr ucrflatibnlO/ o«<-^?'/. 
By concert, cJnm»tl)tgli(;^/ flu^ ^cimlic^cr cerflanbitt^/ de 

concert , par coviplot. 

To concert, fid) mtt ctHflnbcr fiber clWfiS bci'df^fc^lagett/ 
etn>«5 {)C!niIic^ ntit cinanbcr m\uytn, abrcbcw/ cmicerter. 
Concerted, atgcrebct bcratt;fd)laget/ concerti. 
Concerting, bfl^ abrcbett/ l»crat^fd)lflgen/ I'aElhn dc 

concertcr. 

Conceifion, bic bctDiUtguug ,. ^ulaffung / alaubnif?; bic 
ttQ(^gclutng/ ti(td)ld§igfctt in berjud^t/ Hflc^lfljfung/ einraa* 

mutig/ conccjfon ; relacbement. 

Conch, S. tim groiJe mitfc^el/ conque, une grande 
coquille. 

To condtliate, ctwfl^ j« ttjcgc brittgcii/ crlangctt/ cr^alteit/ 

gcnjinnetl/ »crfclS)flffetI//^ concHier, acquerir. 

Conci- 



CO N. 

Conc/IJated, ctlanflif ?r?^7i^C!T/ ;c. acquis. 
Conciliatory, crla:: iliatoire. 

f ConciViRHTv, S. •• -ir,. fuglic^fcit/ 

4nfiii;i?t'U.lC, frotireii, pui:. ■-, li^icmetzt. 

Coiiciic, fuvB/ fttcij git jufvimmett flciogen, 

♦ Coiaciiion, bie bf K^ttCtbunS/ circomtjtorf. 

Conclave, cin 9arw(^/ limracr ; bit ^erfammtuttg btr 

iJarbinalC/ conclave. 

To condiide,ct»a^ btfc^licffcn; enbctt/ cr.fcigcn, citt en&c 

m-:ic{>f'!; etrtja^ Kf^U'c^Tcn- flbnehmeu / cinen fellas madden; 

^t; k9 fic6 bc!<^Uc)T<n ; cma^ 

:UX[,iXHxVAVXiC(,nclurje,fiTi:r\ 
ii.fc:.y\ id rijl:.Jr^ i cUnr-nine:; aiT'ta: To conclude, 

baniit 1^3 fur:; mac^c; iuni bc\d)lu^ , pour coupe7- court ; 

pour conclufion. 

Concluded, bcfdjlcftcn, h\ f. To conclude, eingt^top: 
f«t1/ bcgrifftH. cmclu,<^c. reKferme, compr'is. 

Condading, tO^ fccfc^UciTen^ JC. I' a£iien de cpnclur- 
re, &c. . 

Conduilon , bet be(d)lviv, & J? cn&c ; cin f(^(u§ / citte 

fc^lug - rcfcc / eitte folgc , candujion , /» ; cenfequencc. To 
try conduilons, ctn>ao JJrobtrcn, serfuc^CIJ/ hazar^er. In 

conclufion, fcamu id)3 htrft ttiac^c; jum bcfc^lup/ en&li<^/ 

f-jur cotijir court ', enfu. 

Conciufive, bcfc^Ucnctlb/ fi^lccffenb/ Icfit/ qui finhy der- 
nier. Let us take the concluiive pipe , loffet un^ m6) 
cine ^}fciffc JU gotcr le^t rauC^Clf/ fniffbns far une autie 
fipe. 

To concocl, ttroa^ cabmen, cube, dlgerer. 

Concdcled, DcctatlCt, cuit. Concofted maUce, V\t 
ilOchftC bc^bctt/ malice cor.fomr,j^e. 

Conccftion, {)tc 0<:r^auu!l£5/ concoSlion. 

Concomitanc}', ^ic bcalC'itung/ csncomitance. 

Concf<mitant, A. bcai:ifcnt»/ concomitant. 

Cone Hnitant, S. m gcfcrte> C^Ci: m biencC/ qui accem- 
pagne , fuivant. 

Concord, tfc owioXiit, iiwtxa^t , cin^cUtgfcIt; ciac ju-- 
f 'ink, tm\si\\m^j Concorde i concern 

In 

To concuru, uocr. ' jj- 

fr'nnneii/ cirtcrlcp mcii; ,,.,., ; en- 

pinimcil, s" accorder. '.' ' ' 

Concordance, Mc uDcreinftlmntung/ cin^tfljafcit; ju- 
famraenwttining ; cine coucorbanij ubcr bic bikl/ f(/»«;-. 

dance. 

Concurdanr, cintr4«fiti9/ cin^cflia/ SHfammetJitimntenJ)/ 

^a/ s'accorde. 

^ rporafe, iid) '^in citte oxi:U^aTTt} cinocrlcibctt/ 

'klh s^'fxorporer, s'/./^t^H^'lcr. 

v-c icoiporated,6a^ ju eincRi lei^c itjcubcn; cim>crleibet/ 
CciKceurfe, eitr juiattfr, efttc sreffe ccrfammliing/ mfom-- 

Concrete, concreted, an? . ' - .,« 

cempof^ de plufieurs cbofes m: >,: c.-u:;:. A , r i rr^ '" ' 

Concretion, t)(c oemi^una, ittiMimcnn)ifunfl, iufotit-' 

XQt\\\:K\n^, melange, compojttibn. 

Concubinage, bad unet)cUc^ bcpf(^la jfen ; bcr nnc^dic^c 

tC9(a)!nr/ concubiKage. 

Concubine, cilic bcnfc^ldferiit, concubine. 
Concupifcence.bic lu;l, beaicrte, bofe luft, corttupiuence. ' 
Concupikioie, &C3;«:U'c^, c<mcH{ifdbU. The con- 



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Cu'pifcible appetite, tie li^i^xm^ifXxi^i Vappetit e&n- 
cupijcible. 

To concur, citicrU? jreccf ^ftbcnv julanffoi/ ^elffen, 

bCOIIC^Cn bur<^ fctn \\\\m.y.m, co^icourir, aider de fun con- 
cours. To concur with one , ctncm bcpfall^n , bcr»?flic§' 
tCH/ 5«9leicfi_mit i^m-ubcccillfommcn/ dinner fon conjen- - 
tement , covfentir. 

Concurrence, boig jufjmmcrt lauffcn, bic inf^immcn- 
ftiuft; bJc bulfc/ tcr bctHtanb; bcr bcj?fall/ Me tcri^flicf)' 
*^tuny/ fit'«!rein)titurattng / cuncours, rencontre; ajjijiance; 
conjintcrr.ent. 

Concurrenr, bcttfancnt; bojpflic^tcnb/ u^creinFoittmciib/ 

qui a donns fon confentement. 

Concurrent, S. tin niitttCl'bcr/ mitbo^iCr/ crticurrent. 

Conciiis , conciiilion , ta^ fcfsuttelrt ; bic ungerfc^t* 
auerrciluni] bcscjdbco/ unbiilige auriauautig ttcr ahtatx'. 
gduna ^cr uuicrtl)tJncn c^tic befell btx tiixi^hit, fecoujl , 

concufjitn. 

Co'ncuJiionary, ungcrcc^tcr mufft'n b«* gelb oon ben en- 

ten ban en aU^prciTcnb/ concujftonaire. 

^ To cond, bcm ftcua-manii fogctt/ ttitc er %\iA ftcucrirubcr 

fu^ren fcU/ enfeigncr le timcnier a gouvemer. To cond 

a lisher-boat, ctncm ni'c^cr--Kf)itfe trcjK'it/ «m redeye gcgcnb 

Vit brrilUJC \^mmmin,faire Jigne a un bateau de pecbeur, 
lui fuire ccnnottre par cu les harengs pajfent. 

To condemn, cttra? firafcn/ tabeln, permfrjfen obcr i»cr' 
boniaKn; cincu yerbammcn/ »erartt)etlcn/ tt)m cine jirafe 
flHflC^cn/ condmmicr , b lamer i condtmmer qnelcun. To 
condemn a thing for impoflible, ttidOii ocr unmo9l((^ ^aU 
iVX/faire pajjer quelque chofe pour impojftble. 

Condemnable, |trafbflr/ UCrbammlii^ / condamnable. 

Condemnation, b'\i wctbaniniung / ycnirt^cilttng , ««- 

damnation. 

Condenmed , JjerbaiRtttt , CCrurt^cilct/ condamne. 

Condemning, Hi pcrbummcn; jlrafcH/ vcrurt^Jtlctt/ 

Paflian de condamner. 

To condenfate, cttva^ bicf mad^Ctl ; bicf tSJcrbCtt/ CQi*r 
dcr.fer ; fe condcnfer. 

Condeniated , t>iif acmac^t condenfe. 

Condensation , 5)ic fijcf mac^nng, condensation. 

To condenfe, &c. f. To condenfate, &c. 

Confers, btc Don cincm cr^abcncn om ben nfc^crn 
R>c(fc:i , urn mdc^e ceacnb \!\t {jcringc fiab / ceux qui etant 

pojlexfur une hauteur montrent aux bateaux de pecheurs 
par. oif Ici harer.gs pajjcnt. 

To condefcend, etirae ir;'.'- • ■ :kn/ cJngc^etJ/ cirtcnt 
in ci»a^ rotilfuSreny fi.^ tri ;« eincm erwcifcn; 

\\i) tcmuthjgcn «i>cr etnidirfaLu i-v.t^ ju t^uoi aurbigcn/ 

njutbtg \iiO,ViVRi condefcendre , daigner. 

Condefcendency, condeiceniion , Ht njiUffl^rUJig/ WiJt* 
fii^n'gfcit; ernicbriguns ; smxt^i'i.unQ , condefcendance. 

Condign, jjcrbient/ qu'on a merite. 

Condignediy, Adv. jia<§ UXVltn^ , felen fes mtrltes. 

To condite, ttX6ai WurBCtf / iUTicfifCH/ afai Conner. 

Condition, ciii ^utlajib/ fiunD, ctttc kfcfiaffcnbciti ctnc 
fecbincuiigy ciit bcbinj, ycrtrage-punct; ber ftatib, t>tc wiirs 
bC/ qualstdt; Xkoxi. \\ox\xx, angcbcornc art uti& recife, gc* 
nso^IlfKtt/ condition, it at; claufe, at tide de trait e\ rangy 
qualite ; nature I . Were you in my condition, tUdrtt tbr 
an nreincr f^dlC^rcM/ f/.v!; en ma place. He is in a weak 
condition, cr ijl gar fc^rci(^ / // eji Infirme. To be in a 
dying condition, tflU) jt^pbw »Crbfn> bCm tobc Rfl^C fcpr, 
^ cTj <?.'4r mounr. 

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To condition with one, mtt eittctlt cittCtt contraft ^Ut HV- 
ttCi^mild)in,/ai!e un pafle avec quelqu'un. 

Conditional, conditionary, bcbiugeuj)/ iictuiget/ lllit SC- 
Hjijfci'.i tCiJitWC 3Cnuid)t,. condhionnel. 
_ Conditionally, mttOebitt9/ttlit0en)IJ!fc£l)ct)ingUn9f cond'i 
t'lonvllement. 

Conditioned, befdjaffen, SCartCt t condhmmL Good or 
fair conditioned, gumiUtg/ gut^emg/ tuillfd^rig/ btenftfcrj 
tig/ ter cine freuuMicOe art an fic^ f)«t/ ^'^ <^flw natural, de L-on- 
nehu77}eur. 'lll-condition'd, murrifcj^/ unfrcuMbUd)/ tcrcl- 
ne bofc art obcr uufrcunblic^e \mit aw fic^ \)<xti de mauvais na 

ture/y de mauva'ife bjimewr. 

Condolatory, .-^//;. a condolatory epiftle, eincondolen^; 
fc^l'cibcn, Icttre de condoleance. 

Condolence, b«5 mitlct&en/ tie fcejcugiftt^ t)c^ mitlri* 

fcen^}/ condoleance. 

To condole with one, mit citicttt etii iiiitleiben i^abctt ; fetn 

ltlitlci&cn(5C!;enil)'ll)Cseugcn; s'afjljger avec que Icun \ f aire 
eomplhncnta quelcunfurfadoleur. I condoled with him 

for the death of his father , id)^ ()abeif)m wcgcii &c^ ah^txbmi 

fctlieS caters condoiirct/./^ luijls des complimens de conde- 
ieancefurlamort defonpere. 

Cond'Meance, f. Condolence. 

Condolement, f. Condolence. 

Condoler, citic perfotir _t)te gegeii cine anberc i^r mitleii 

ictl bcjeitgt / ^^/«'> <^^/''^ qui fait des complimeas de condo- 
leance. 

Condoling.bie kjcoguug be^ mitleibeti^/ /*/7t?/(?» //^ /a/- 

fiiger avec quelcuji. 

To conduce, bteiictt^ riufjcit/ tiuHlic^/ kforbttllc^ / m^Ux 

fet)ll/ 5U CtlOn^ t)clffCrt fervir, etre utile, aider. 

Conducible, conducing, conducire, nuHltcfjl/ HUJjbar ; te* 
forberlic^/Crfpricfilid)/f)ClffCllb utile, quicontrlbue. 

C6ndua:,bicfut)ruiig, fliUcitung/ auffidjt; ba^^ ucr^altcft/ 

tic aufTUl)rU!ig/ conduite, direUion ; precede, maniere d'agij: 
A lafe conduft, citl ftdjCV gcleit,. un fan f conduit. 

To conduft, ciiicn itttcii/ futjreti/ icgldtfil/ if)m ba^ gelcit 

^t^ttl/conduire. 

Condufted, gelcitCt/ bcglcitCt/ conduit. 

Condiifter, iin gclctt^'mann; fHj)rcr f condufieur. 

Conducing, baefil^ren' bcglciteil; / aSliondeconduire. 
I gave him lo much for conducing of me, ic^ ()fl()c il)m fo tJt'el 

gegebett^ treilcrintdjba^ingcbradjt ^ai i je M donnay tant 

pour m' avoir conduit 

Conduftrefs, eiiie kgtcitcritT/ fu^reritt, condufhice. 

Conduit, cin canal) cine rof)re, waflferleitung / conduit. 
A conduit, a cdnduit-pipc, dnc Wajtcr-ro^rf / conduit 
d\au. 

Cone, eitic runb unblaiifljugcfpifttcgeflttlt/ cine tawjapf- 

fen^*cber jUCfer'-ftOCtfii'ftgur/ cone. To receive cone and 
key, bie forge berl)auOt)^iltung auffia^ ncl)mcn/ (rocini man 
Don eiiicr fraurcbet/) prendre lefoinde la maifon (en par - 
lant d'unefemme.) 
Coney, f. Cony. 

Toconiibuiate, iufammctttetcttcbcr fd;tt>a^e» / fic^ init 
<inem befpredjen/ s emretmir. 
Coniabuladon, m gcfprdi^ ober utttcrrcbuug tiiit ettiem 

Cnbeni/ entretien. 

Confeiiion, cittC artcincr latrecrgC/ confeflion. 

Conftttioner, etniucfcr-'becJcr/ bcr allcr^unb fac^en fin- 
mad) t/r(/»/;>«r/Vr 

Contederacy, eittbuitb, cin cerbrmbuilj ; cin^cimlic^ buttb- 
nip/ einciuj^;iunten»cifd(?njerung/ ()cimlic^c bcrattjfd^lasuttg/ 
J)Wr4tfjere9/ confederation j conspiration, cabale. 



CON. 

Confederate, bet ittcinem hmH, ^eimlic^en uerbunbnif 

Obcr ocrratberet) mtt ailbcrn l(t confedcre. To be conlede- 
rate in a crime, flu etiicr ubcltljat mtt fc^ulb f)abcn , etre com- 
plice d un crime. The confederates , bic bUtlW - genOiTeil/ 
aUtirte!!/ buitbe'OenDaabten//^?^ confedcrez. 

To confederate , to confederate themfelves , cincn blltlb 

ober «crbu!ibni§ jufammcn mad>cn; fid) t)eimlic^ beratt)? 
fdjlagett/ ober jufammen »crfct>n)eren/ feliguer ; conjurer, 

confpirer. 

To confer, ctnja^ gcgcn bai5 anbere ftalten; etnent tit 

ntW bicttfl auftraactt/ gebcn, conferer, comparer i revetir, 
donner. To confer with one , fid) mit cineill UKtcrrebetl/ 

mtt eincnt awi etiter fadjc reben/ untcrrebuna ()oltcn, p^e* 

gett/ entretenir, difcoiirir avec quclcun. To confer no- 
tes, iufammenfonimen urn fic^ twegcti ciner ^Adi)^, ju bcratV 
^<i)U%tnt fejoindrcenfemble pour deliverer , pour concerter 
quelque chufe. 

Conference , eine utiterrebuug, berat^c^lagmtg , cin ge* 

fprdd)/ cofiference. 

Conferred, mit nja^ ijetglit^ett; utXU^m, IC. confers, 

<lsfc. ^ 

Conferring, iai t'ergleic^eH/ }C. / 'aftion de confh-er, ^c. 

Toconfds,ctn)a^befennen/gcf!c^en; \)<i\&,Xt ftftcn., cine* 
bcichteaiil)orcn', beid)ten cinem {mt funben bctd}ten» con- 

feffer., avouer ; entendre une perf^nne en confeJJ}07i ; fe con- 
fe'ffc}; confejjerjes pechez. To go to confefs, {Ut ht\d)t gc- 
\)^X^,aller a cQnfejJ's. 

Confeifed, bcf ctiitet/ gcflanben / bcf annt / confeJfL It is 
confellcd, that, ea fommcn alle l}icrinncu uberein/ e^ ijl be^ 

inntit/iiH^/tous tonibentd'accordque. 

Conlefledly, in icbcrmann^ mennung/ tiad) aller Icutc 
mcpnung/ nac^ alter menftf;cnurti)eil/ de laveu de tout le 

monde. 

' ConfeiTmgjbiebcfennung/ beic^tC/ bo^ befenncH/ }c. con- 

fefflon, I 'aflion de confejj'cr, iifc. 

Confelfion, bas bcfdnntjtif/gejldnbnifj/ bicbetc(>te/ dcda- 

yation,confeJpoti. Confcfhon-chair, cin bcic^t-flu^l/ con- 
feffwnal. 

Conf^fTionary, bcr bcic^t-'flul)!/ ccnfejjional. 

Coni'enbr, father-confi.(Tar, etn bcid^t-'Datcr/ confejfeur. 

Aconteflbr, cin bcfcimec bee d^rifllic^en glaubeniJ/ cin mdr- 

tprcr, un confejjcur, tin martyr. 
Conleft, f. Confenbd. 

To confide, traucn/ »ertraucn/ fic^ (auf ctwao) oerlaffett/ 

fe fier, s'appuyerfur. 

' Confidence , iai DcTtraucrt / tie i«uerfid}t ; ffcficr^cit/ 
frcd)l)eit, fitbnl)cit/ brcifttgfcit/ unerf(^r()rfcncrmiit^/ con- 
fiance i aljijurance,hiirdiejje. To commit in confidence a 
"thing to'a friend, citteni frcitnbe Ctwa^ Dcrtraucn confer quel' 
que chofc a un ami. 

Confident, ^i.geroifi/ jjcrfid^ert; brciftC/ txi\)\\, uiierfd^ro* 

CEC«/ frcd; unt>erfd)dmtf certain , aftlure ; kardi. 

Confident, .S". cinocrtrfluterfrcuub/ cine uertraute frcwi* 

bin/ conjiclcnt, conjidcr.te. 

Confidently , f H()nlid) , frcc^ / uncrfc^rocfcn ; fur geroivv 

confdemmint, hardiment \ pour certain. 

Configuration, eiu flefttrn/ ctti gcftirntc^ bilb; \:oA gleic^- 
formig ntrtd)enKO"y''f//'''''^" ; conpguration. 

To conf ne , ciiicn ftrcng baltcn , iitoai cinfc^nincfett, 
im iautnet)altcti, f)cmmen/ jurucK)alten , bcjnjiiigcn; cineii 
ucrttjcifcn/ cinfpcrrcn/ in cin gcfditgnip einfd;licffen j m- 

grdmjcn/ aitfloffcn/ tenir de court, borner, rcprinier-, con- 
frner, tnettre en prifon ; aboutir. He confined himiclf 
to one Ixnallmcai a day, er brat^tc Ci^fo mxX, X><x% er nur 

cine 



CON. 



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tintntintma^tdthtiUiC^ubtta^t, ilse/i fedultiunpe-l Confi-kemitjr, ^. Ut htui^ti<i}&it , eim/ratemite , con- 

fraiy'te. 

To confront, etnenpcrfonlic^ ubcrjcugeft/ i^ro ^^(^(ki ml 



tttrepas par jour. 

Confined, gejIDUngCtl 



ctngei'dSirdncft/ im taunt gefjfll 



ten it.tcnude ceurt , i^c. To be coniin'd to one room, \<i,t{\6:)Xi. fa;]CtJOfcr ttuit, ariDcre ttiter (JCgcn) tbn briitgcH 



nuc ci;t iimmer ^abeti/ o&er l>abtti foiuien / « «vi?;r ^a «»c 

chambre. 

Coni7nement, bcr 5»att9 ; btt^^cfdngniP/ t»te etnfperrung, 
eiufciMic'Tung ; berjauniy bicfrcmt>e getDalt/Uitfcrtf^dnigfctt 
fclaucrcn ; bic Sfmcifimg, OtrtannunS/ cuntyainte -, emprij'on- 
mment ; fujettion, cfclavage i exil. 

Coniines, tiie laiiD-grdngen/ grwiftcn / conjms. Being in 
the coniines of death, ittbenlC6ien iugetl liegcnb/ itantjur 
le point de mour'tr. 

To coniinn.cmasbcildttgen/ befraftigcit, gut^ciffcn; &«* 

(latigCH/ confrmer. 

Confirmation , tiic bejldttgung ; genc^m^altjing , conjir- 

mat'ion. 

Confirmed, bcjldtigct, JC. cunfirme. 

Confirnning, tas bcfrdftigeit/ :c. I'aSlion deconfrmer. 

Toconiifcate,^eiii«gutcr)aW»«rfirtlenc ciniit^en, con- 

fiTciretl/ confisquo: 
Coniifcated, confifciret, CCrlo^WU/ OcrfallCll/ confsque. 
Contifcation, bic coniifciruiig/ confiscation. 
Connrs , f. Comfits, &:c. 

Contiagracion,eine ucrbrennuttS/ «ine brunfl/ feuer^^brun^/ 
C6nflia,cin trcffcH/ fcc^tcH/ f arapff/ cine fc^la(^t ; «n jlreity 

jancf/ t)ifputat. choc, combat \ debat. 

Toconflia, fic^ rait cincra fc^lagcH/ fcc^tcHy flrciten/ 

ctmbattre. , 

Confluence, cdnilux.ber julfluff bc5 t>cld$ ', cin iufammcn- 

fluf steeper roaffct Obcr jTuffc, cor.cours i «« confiuant. 
Conform, glcic^fomig/ geradp/ nad;/ conformement. 

To coniorm, ctrcas glcidjformig / ober ntit bent anbcm 



oba iH-rt)creu ; dntiinggegcnDadanbwcMten/ ccnfromer-, 

conferer. 

Confronted ,. gegcn ci««ttbcr sqleUct / gcgcn ten man ieu- 
gen gcbracbt, confronte. 
Conironting, ucrbiirurtg bet jeugen gegen benbcflagten^ 

confrontation., ou I 'afiion de confront er. 

Confui'ed, uutcretnanber Decnitfc^t/ tjcrmengct ; tjct^ 
»*rrcM/ »cim)irrct/ uaorbcntltc^ / unbe«tlt(^, melii confute 

embarrafse. 

Coniufedly,burc^ einawbcT/ uerfijirtet o^neocbnuag , wn- 

orbentlid^/ confufenient. 

Confuiion, bie uncrbnung/ t>ctJt)irrtJng , bte beflurfiURiii 
fc^anbc/ befc^dinung ; ba^ »crbcrben / ber untcr^ang, confu- 

Jioji, defer dre , bonte ; deflru^iony ruine. To bring to coil- 

fulion, bcfc^dnien/ ju fc^xinben macfeeii/ conftmdre. 
Confutation, ctiie lUibcrlcgung/ refutation. 
To confute, etltja^mtbcrlegen/ refuter. To confute t 

slander, fid) cinet \iW\\ nacl^ccbc ^alben Dctranttsorten / /<? 

purger d 'ur.e calomnie. 

Confuted, TOtbcilcaet/ refute. 

Conluting, "bai roibcrkgen/ / ''a^ion de refuter. 

Congar, f. Conger. 

To congeal, geJTtercrt; iufamntcnfnerett f blcfmerbentjcn 
berfdlte, iufammcnrinnen ; ett»a^ tiid x&o^^tw, fe congeleri 
congeler. 

Congealed, gefrorett/ iufammengeronnen / gefliilbw/ 

cortgele. 

Congealing, ba^ lufammcnfn'eren/ badbt^ac^crt/ conge- 
lation, I 'action defe conge ler., ou de congela-. 
Consee , bte d)rerbtetuiig rcoeretm/ bicbeugung- bc- 



ubctcinfomnicii ntac^en ; ftd> nac^ etirae ric^ten/Obcr fic^ bem^ gru)7un§/ \iO,i gruiJen revercr^e, faluade. Co'ngee d'esiire. 



felben gcindS f)alten/ conformer; fe cor.fonfser. 

Conformable, glcic^fcrmig/ 

mdf / con forme. 

Confonnably, gletcftfotmig/ gcntd§ / conformement. 

Conformation, bae glcic^formig niad>en/ d^ulic^ma^en; 

ge^alt, form/ confurmation ; figure. 

Conformed, gleic^tornug gcmac^t/ conforme. 

Conforming, bagdt5nHc^ma(^en; ba^ Icbcn nac^ einer »or^ 

fc^rift; I'afiien de conformer., ou defe conformer. 

Conformift, cincr/ bcr fi(^ nad) ber regicrung unb ocbnung 

b«€nglif<^enfirc&eric^tet/ conformifle, qui fe conforme au 
gouverrtement i^ a la liturgie del'eglife AngUcane. 

Conf6nnity, bic9lcid)formigfeit/ gleic^heit/ conformiti. 
Inconlbrmity, gemdV/ nac^/ conformement. 

To confound , etiuag uatercinanber uerniifc^en ; \>tti 
nicngen , »cm>itren ; \x\ cine unorbnung bringen 



, bee erltturni^ bc^ jfoni?^ , ba^ ber X>t^mt unb nai ^opitel 
gletct^ftimmig ; d^nlid^/ ge^ ; cinen'5if<^P'TcrR)chlcnmag,ro«jf<'<^v//;v. 

j To congee to one, cttten grnifcn ftct> ccr i^ra bucf cn^ ttci-- 

! ^ttiifaluei- quelcun, luifaire une reverence. 

j Congaation, ba^ jufiimmenfricren / iufammcnrinnen/ 

congelation. 

Congenial, "bai »on dncrlei) gefc^lcc^te, geftalt/ art, miui, 
ober noturlic^en juneigung tft/ anoerroanbt/ de mimegenret 

j efpece,genie^ 

! ' Congeniality, bic gletc^^ett in angebo^rncr art/ »bcf nature 

I liefer Jimeijunq, rapport de genie. 
Congeon, ein iiDcrg/ »fl/». 
Conger, eia mccr-al congre. 

♦ CoHgeftion, bte sufummenfcdujfung/ ein ^auffc/ aji^t- 

hlage, tas. 

♦ To conglaciate, gcfricrot/ iufaramcnfrteren/ fegeler , fe 



iiitnijeii, ocrroircen; m cmc unoronung ormgen ; einen : ♦ io( 
\xxtj befiurijt mac^en> bcf(^dmen ; etnja^ yerbcrbcn/ »cr; '.congela- 

mncn ,confondre ,meler enfemble ; troublrr; rendre con- j Conglobation , UCrfammlung tit Cineil tUnbCtt flumpCK/ 



fis:, gater, detruire. To confound one's eftate, fcitt 

\)Mh unb gutt> tjcrfc^roenben / aUe« burc^brtngcn/ prodi- 

gucrfoM htn. 

Confounded, «ermifc^t» JC cor.for.du, i^c. f To con- 
found. To be confounded, fc^atiirotb mcrbcn/ befc^dmet 
fe^H/ iU|cl)anbcn njcrbcn; rougir d' home, etre tout deem 
certe. A confounded bufmefs , cine DersTOCifelte fad^Ci 
une maudite affaire. 

Confoundedly, erfc^recflic^/ fc^rwRic^ , boniblement. 
^ Contoundmg, boe »emif(^en / JC laRion de cmfmdre, 
i^c. f To confound. 



conglobation. 

To congliitlnate, etttsa^ u'f'Jntmenleimen ; jufaranienrtn-- 
dcUy btcfe»erbe.i }uf4mmcnflcben/te/e>-, (e prendre. 

Congiutinated.gelcimet, gcrtnncn/ cole,pris. 

To congratulate, ctneat glu(frounf4>ctl, congratuler , felt- 
citer. 

Congranilatcd , bcm man njcgctt ctt»a^ glucf get»unfc6et 

%(Xt, f elicit e. 

Congrarulition, \iU glucf TOUtlfc^ung/ congratulation. 

To congregate , etnTo^ uerfammUn / iufainttieerufen / , af- 

fembler, cvnvoqugr, 

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Congregated, tJCrfammict/ affemMe. 

Congregation, bicijcrfamnilung/ congregation. The ta- 
ternacle of rfiecongregatlon^ \i\t (>UttC^e§ jiift^ / letahma- 
ele d*i>ff'gnation. 

Thecongsegationalperfuafion, fcic ladcpendentetJ / In- 

ilefendans. 

Cdn^refs, Vu jufam«»cttFttnft, tttiterrcbuiw ; cni txt^m, (?c^ 

fct^t/ f ampff. fltlfall/ congrcz, conference i rencontre, combat, 
attaque. A congrefs of bookleikrs, citte 9Cf^nf<^aft CtU' 
t^er h\xd)\)mWK,'umfoc!ete iie llbraires. 

Congruence, t»ie glctdj^ett/ %\i\'i)\km<Mi i u^freinflnn-' 

lUUng rappoit, conforniite. 

( dngraenr, cinant)er Qleid), glcic^fomi/g/ (?enta§/ filxtem:; 

7«e ; convenable. 

Congxuity, f. Congruence. 
Congruous, f Congruent. 
Cdngy, f. Congee. 

Conical, tva^'cine rmi?> o.iJ> idjtgsH^cfri^tc gjeffalt '^at/ 

toniqtie. 

C6nie,f Cony. 

Conjeaural,mut;^maffeiib/ KoCermut'^malfuns/ tejle'^eut 

jll lautcr mut^maffur;g/ conjethiral. 

ConjefturalIy^al!^ mtU^tuaffUItg//'^?^ conjefhre. 

Conjecture, eitic mut^majfan^ / ci» ttctumt^cit , uxH^t/ 

^X9mii[)tt/C')njei'iure,/oupcGii. 

ToconjeaurcctiBa^mut^maffm/ w«»«t|ct»y ratl;oi/ cr- 

SflttjCtl/ conjefiurerydeviner. 

Conjeftured, gcmut^ntaffet umimt^et/ conjeffure. 

Conjefturer,eincr/eine/fotHi mut^mafiet/ «/»/j ce//^ ^»/ 

eonjefluyc. 

Conjcauring,i)tcnm(^maffun9/ fefl^ttnit^maflTctf/ ro»;V- 

{ture, I'afiion de conjeHurer. 

* To coiijdbble, i)m tUWi CetCIt/ |I(^ tttttcffebctt / />«r/f ;-, 

s'entretenir. 

Toconjoyn, etiva^ jufommcnfugea/ jufaminejitfofictv ver- 

lintgcil/ conjoindre, joindre. 

Conjoyned, jufijmnicngefugt/Uereinigc t/ eonjointfjolaf. 

* Conifance, f. Cognifance, 
Conjugal, ct)di(l), <:"o»;«f'7/- 
To cmjugace, conjugrreU/ fovnitrClT/ etnjuguer. 
Conjugated, conjugiret/ conjugue. 
Cdnjugadr^, fca^ conjugireiV ^ 'd^'on de conjuguer. 
Conjugation, ctttC conjugation, fOK;«g-/7//«?';. 
Conjuailion, tic 5«f(Tmmetifi5gttn«;/ jjeieuiigimg ; (itt( con- 

junftion in bcrgrainraatica, conjonfiion. 
Conjundive, jufammcnfuflcnb/ conjonflif. 

Conjunaiy, fdramtlicf)/ mxUmx(^ai iufammen/ eonjom- 

^ment. 

Conjunftufc, Dao hm&nif / dnc vahmifms; tcr j«* 
Itflnb/ ttcbcfdiflffcn^fiibctieit/ l)« ani(l4n6c &«; jcU/ <^ob 

jwflure. 

Conjur^clon, ^(> jufammeweTfcOwcrung/ eiii l^eimlicf) ucr- 
lunbiiii; bt« befdjtocrung/ bwuimi^/ teufelfl - befd^wtruflg, 

ftffjuration i charvie. 

Taconjure,einerih#tt)tren; itifliaiiti.^ ftittctr; fic^ rofber 
riqeti J»^■(iuumelH)ctfv^«3cl•cn, c&er ^elnilic^ 'ncxVxw'^miCoxjurer. 
To cdnjuie,to cdn|ure up fpirits > tic ()ei#Ct befc^WCCen/fT'o- 
quer hs. aims des murts. To conjure down fpirirs-, bic (?ci= 

fJtJ!befi%wrcn/bttrc^)5auDcr£T)t>ettKiIictt/ c/^/z^r iesefprits. 
To£dii^e,betrteufclbcfc^nsa:cU;, bmuicu, au^tccttm/ uj« 

VicpricfrCf rt)l01/ exordfer. 

tonjiited, bc^roorcjiige&etfti; init»(\:5«ttbOT/ jc. mftgc- 
f<i>»^<ir«ni conjure, (t(» 



CON. 

Cdnj'urer,' cttt ^«Ui&Cter/ e:tchavtetir. 
Cdnjuring, fcic jaubcfei)/ cnchantevient. 



upoffpirits, ettie k|c{)HJcmng tcr getiler, evocation d/s^mes 

desiymts. Cdnjuring- book, citt bud) WH flUeHjant) JCl^ 

0CII utib c^rncterett/ ober bag ferig ft^wer ja ucrftebm/ 

grimoire. 

To conn, e(Jt)a^ au^tveilbf^ Icmcn/ apprendre par ceeur. 
To conn one, eilKtl fd^lffiJCIt/ fc^meiffett / fraper quelcun. 
To conn one thanks , CtttClU ba«cf etl/ bfltJCffagcu / remerckr 
quelcun. 

Connatural, etncm obct ulcleti (ritaeb&fjrat/ notfirlt^ »<«». 

relaplujieursperfonnesy quir.ah avecnous^ jutturel. 

^ Toconneil;, F.^- yerEnupffeH/ jufammenfugen/^Vr, jV 
Conneaed,ueffjuq?|ft,jttrammftti5cfugt/ itjfammengebujt* 

bCtt/ he, joint, attache. 

Cdnned.gelecnet/ «ui?tDeitbig gefcriit/ r^rwv/t'. 
Connexion,bicvcrEnupffung4ufrtmmcnlnnbuii(i,cbcr!nupf* 

fU«9/ cm 9Cfd)iCJt J»fatraitCllfU(?en/ connexion, liaijon. 
Connexity, bre VCrfllupfflUl!?^ eonnexite. 

To connive at, ctwag utcrfejten/ bun-€^ bic jiugcr ff ^ctt/ buJ^ 

bSU/ kibtti/ conniver, tolerer. 

Connived at, gcUttetl/ ^bcrfc^ert; fi>/(?r/, <? £»o? / 'on ferine, 
SUyTun aferme les yeux. 

Connivence, bic nad^frc^t/ ut'Crfc^Ulig/ bulbunS/ eonnlven- 
ce, tolerance. 

ConniVing, bjC nacf;fi(^t/ \i<M uberfe^m, JC. / 'tf<7/0« de con- 
niver, (iffc. 

Conniibial, C^eh'c^ / conjugal. 

To conquer, ctmas lUcrmittbett / crobcm / kjnjingctt / tm 
ne^men/ untcr f^me gcmalt brlitgcn/ conouerir. 

Co'nquered, l5krn)unbctl; crobcrt/ bciWnngcit/ tonqnis. 
Conquering, "ia.i ubcrtftttbctl/ K.l'aftion de conquerir. 
Cdnquerour, ciu ubcrKinbCl*/ Uimimx, un conquerant. 

Cduqueft,dnftc3/eJneerobcruii9/beute/ ciii er»berter ort/ 
£ittburd;fnc3crobcrte^l«nbobcn)el(l/ obec wag man fonilen 

WObcrt/ viftoire, conquete. 

Confangufnity, bic blut^^^freiwbfd^aft/ Mut^^uewatTtj? 

fc^aft/ canfangulniti. 

Cdnfcience, Hi gctuljfen; cme fc^nncrisfeit/ cui jrocif? 
fel (mt gettJiffcii;) bie inncrlidf^e entpftubung , ajjfcjtfi^flfjf 

/^ confciencg y fertipitle ; la connuijj'ance interieure. To 
difcharge one's conicience, geJ»if)CiJf)flfti9 ^anbcllt/ fciti 
gcrctffcn in fldjt lic^mcri/ agir confciintieufement. To 
make confeience of , fid^ cin gciDijTcn ubcr Cttva^ lllrtC^cn/ 
_/<//r^ conscience de. Tender conlciences, fcf^n)acl[)egcu>ijtf 
fcn/biccillCt15n5Cl"(fel()flbcil/ A-.? infauus, les efprits fcruptt- 
leux. Enough in confcicnce, gcJIUlig i\X aa^rl;cit/ ajjez en 
verite. 

Cdnfcicnced, e.g. render -cdnfcicnce(J, 9ert>rj|ieilt)nftt^^ 

bcr ein jactc^; f^nottc^eegewiffen ^ot/ fcrupuleuxyim ejprh 

foible. 

Confeienrious, geSDiffeitJ^flftrg/ confcicntieux. 
Conldentiously, gctt)iffcill)nfttg/ ^•a«yt•/<?w//f«/Vw(?»/■ 
Confcientioufnefs>bag gewtjfai/ eiii gute^ gwiifeii / ^<?««^ 

conscience, 

Cdnfcionabfe , (rcnjflfcif^<rftfg •, W\^ , xii)X, «cf;tmfi§»g^ 

confcientit'ux ; raifonnable. 

Cdnfcionablencis, bai^gctBfffcWr bfebllligFcit r ^e»»^ ^o»- 
fcience; equite- 

Cdnfcionably,getctffe»i^afftg/ mitgufem gfRnffen/ btlli^/ 

rfCl)tatflfiig> cstfcientieufcment, raifonnablemtnt, 

CtMifcious, bctrx)};. aipt)ln;i|Tenb / bcr cta««^ ni fcmim 
^Wilfcil WvtfJ/ ^'« /«<V /^/V«. So many had been made 

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entDccfr, c5tt)iifteni()?crfoyiclmtt«rcmaitfc^lade//^'^'^^^ 

/•e/«^ro/V^V^c-om;H//«/V«f'^''^«'^^^«'^- I <-onsiderabIy, beteticfltc^er, nflc^ettcEUcftcr rectfc, aar 

Coiii'cioufncls , \>k Wiffcnfc^aft / bic cincr W > t>ent Ct-- j fe^. wel/ weit, mercf U'^ , conjtderablement , fait , beaucouf. 

i^iZre Considerate, uorfic^tt9,ber(6c(Dcn,au?,bet)ac|tfam,4'^^> 

To c^nfeaate , Ctttia^ einmeifjen , it:nt tienjic- ^^ti^ \ frudent.bien rrvife. 



^Un, njic&mcti/ ^dligcn/ tceifjcn; ba^kobtutiDtenrecin 
fc9tirtt/{)cilt9cu; eincm ttmi aufopffem ; cttca^ unftcrblccf? 
madden / ecrcroigetJ/ //zc-^^r, deiUen cen^acrer; Ojfrir ; 
inimortaUfer. 

Gdnfecratcd, cjereclfict IC. co^jfacre, 

Confecrkion, ifit «nn)eit>Uttg, t)eiU9Ung/ confecratton. 

The consecration of a Bishop, J>ic tudljung iiXMi ^' 
fcDoffiJ/ U facie d'un Eveque. 

Conleaary, citic wa^r^cit ot)er et» fafi/ fcer a«9l)cm cw^er^ 
gctjcnbciifolgetobcrgejcg^nivir&v ««* t'«vVi ^ui fuh d'une 

autre, un corollaire. 

Conient, t>cr bct)faU , bte6c9Pfltcf)tuu9 / tUerdnftimmtitig, 

anttiiligiUig/ confentement. Of one conient, cuimuttjlgr 
ciiltr«d)ti9/ de /ronnnen accord. With one confent , ciWUU- 
1^10/ $itltracf)tt3/ unaj^lmement. 

To conient to, cincm fclticu fsctjfaU gebcu, bajpfiic^tett- 
ctroa^ kmiiiigcn, triUigcHy iing^en ot)cr iufwet>cii fcun, 

corfeTitlr. 

Conientaneous, u6€mnfommcnt)/9cmaf%9lctc^, slcitf;' 

tn^Big/ cmforme. 

Conlented to, eittgcrotlliget f fcetWUiget/ aquoiVona 
confent i. 

Confentient,f. Confenting, A. 

Conl>nting, S. \}(ki cilltviUigen/ K.Va^hnde c&nfentir. 

Conlenting,^. dnwiUigcnD/ bctDiUigctib, ttjilltg/ jiifrtebcn/ 

confent ant. 

Confequence, tetctfolg ; ticfolgertjtig/ ducf&lgc; tic 

SJirf^tigf cit confequence. By conlequencc, folglic^/ fielgcnb^/ 
t>ur(^ not^TOCnt^ige folgcruug/ /»«;• une fuite necefj'aire, par 
confequent. 

C6nfequent,5'.t)ererfi)lg; biefolge/folgcruitg^y}///^. 

Confequent, A- fplgcnl*/ quifuit. 

Confequentially , conlequently , folglic^ , &urc^ cinc 
ttOt^n)Cnt>igc folgc / par confequent, par une fuite neccf- 
faire. 

Ck>nfervkion,t)tC et^altutt9f \>m9^XM\\9iConfervatioTf. 

Confcrvator, t)€r CCboItCV/ confervateur. 

Cdnl"erve,eincCOnferue/ UVKiXii/COiferve. 

To conlervc, ctttJC^ cv^altctj/ bctva^reB/ bcfc^irmcrt/ <*o»- 

ferveryprefrver. To conferve fruits, fru4>te Cinmac^fHy 
<onfei:uenmacl)Cii»/rf/rf<^<ri<rcM/«Tfi-. 

Conlerved, cr()altcn/ ciligcmnc^t, conferve,confit. 

Conferver, cinerijt>cv eiiictietatwergctT uiai^t/ ce/ui, celle 

qui fait lies confa-ves. 

Conferring, bag iX^<x\tin, wnma^^CB, ration de confer- 
ver, ou de confire. 

To consider, ctma^ bctroc^tcn, uberlcsen, ernscgcti; an 
ettua^ bcticfen/ e^ tra gebacfttnig habcti^ beffen dngc^encE 
fepn; ctttjaa bdotjncn, baffii- erf dnutlic^ fcpn / c^ mit tancf 

trcvlincW/ confihrer ., ccr.templ*^- ; fe reprefentcr quelque 
ckofe ; reconnoitre. To confider of, ttmi eta'CgCH/ ubcrlc? 
gCJl/ ftd) bebeiicfetl; avifer h qxelque ch$fe. To confider one, 

einen anfe^eti, acf)teti/ M^ ac^tcn / f«ne rcrfon anfc^eit / f///- 

vicrquelcun, ai'oir des egardspour lui. ' I shall confider you 

for it, ic^ roiU mic^ gcgen euc^ bancfbflc %x\X)d{%\\ , je vous en 

ferai reconnoiffant. 

Considerable , b?J>€ncfIr<^/ nrtc^bencHic^/ bsticfreuvt)!^/ (HU 



Considerately, bebac^tfam* t50rfic^tt9» fluglic^/ avec refk- 
xion, avec circonfpefiion, prude:nmcnt. 

CoR«ideratenefs, btetwtfic^tigCctt/ befc^eiben^elt/"V<rc»- 

fpef^ion, difcretioH. 

Confideration , \>k betttK^ttttta / cme^sng / isberlegunii, 
ba^bebcncfm; bic anfe^mtg, urfac()c ; bctradjtimg/ bte 
flbfic^t' baiJflbfc^cn; bieucracltuwg, erla'nnttid^fett/ £-««/5^ 

deration, refiexiun; raifon, caufe ; egard ; recomp'^nfe, 
reconnoiffancs. To take a tiling into confideration , ft(|> 
»caen ciiier fac^e bcbcn^ett / ctroa^ in betcac^tung jic^eitr 
es bcbciufcn,' emegett/ ubericgett/ fonger, avifer i que/que 

chofe. 

Coixsiderative, f. Confiderate. 

Considered, betri>cf»tet/ 2C. confiderp,i=fc. (. To cor^der. 
This is a thing to be confider'd of, ba^ ifi cine btbcndiidfC, 
bencf rourbige fnc^e / C(?« w^Wr? ^/«» qu''ony faffcquelque 
reflexion. 

Considcrer, 5*. bftbrtrac^tctober prufet/ einn'clfiter, ^a"- 

aminateur , juge. 

Considering, S. bafbCtrflC^tCH/ iC. I' action de coKfiderer^ 
isfc. f. To confider. 

Considering, yJ. tiefminig ; bebacfttfattt/ wrfic^tig^ acrftdn:; 

big, Jjcrnuuftig / /J^w/i/; bien-imife, circv.jfpe^ ,judicieux. 
* To put on one's considering-cap, Ctreae bcbeiicf Clt/ betrac^- 
tCTl/ uberlegcri/ confukrer que/que chofe. 

Considering, Adv. in aufcbung, in anfeficn/ inbetrach^ 
fnng/'Pfw- Conlideringtheprffentpollureofaitairs,in flnfe^ 
i)Ung be^ iBigcn JU|lanbc^ bcr f" ticl)cn, iv« / etatprefcnt des Af- 
faires. Confideringthat, frntema^H/ bictwiil/ tnfcnbcr^cit 

To consign , cincm cttt>ag fibergcbcn , cinl^anbigcu/ 
ubcrRta<^rt , j^m cttca^ \\x ucrwa^en ge»« ^bcr f<^irfen 

conflgner. 

Consigned, ubergeben, ubermac^t jc. cenfigni. 

Consigning,^ bic ubcrgcbung/ eJR^dnbtgung, fiScmw-' 
cftung/ ba5 etn^anbigcn/ «;. I'aflion de conjigner , configna- 
tion. 

To consai, bc(!c^n ; iibereinfonrnten/ ubcrctnfrimmen/ ;u^ 
famraenfiimracn,fic^ jufammcnreinjcn/ f<*icftn; confiften 
s'accorder. This does not confil^ with equity, bas ift tuibet 
CUcercd^tUnbbiUtgfcit/ ced ejl contraire a requite. It con- 
fifls nor with tiie modefty ol a woman to make prefenrs to a 
man, \)U^m\)<i^khit cincr frau Idffct c^ wi>X)t\\x, bat- fic 

Cinen ntann befit CItcfC/ lamodeflienefouifrepas, queiesfem- 
mesfaffent des pre fern aux Itomrttes. 

Comillerxe , \>k cxx, mic cin hin^ i^ ebf t bcffebct ; bic \>u 
cfc Pbcr fteilfe ci^nc^ btnoe^ ; bic i5bcrcinftimmung , glcid)n:dp 

figfcit/ rrianiers ou ctat auquel im€ chofe eji ^ aufubfifiei con- 
fifiance , liaifon, rapport. 

Consiftent with, ubcrcitr^mtmcub, tSOcretnfotmMcnb/ qui 

s'rxcorde. This is ncr confillent with equity , ^[i\ti \^ 
retbCC Oiki^ rcct>t imb hi^mUit, ceci eji oppofs a t'equite. 
Confillent, bicf/ jlf if/ $'«' a de la coKftflence. 

CoiifiUorial, ju cincm fitd^cn-Vfltt) gc^brig , bcsftrcftcR-' 

rat^^ cai/ifioi-ia!. 

Cdniiftory, bci-firvficiMrat^.bcrgcijilic^crat^; bcr?J(fbf:U-- 

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To confdciate, fic^ cirtCtt JU^cfcUett/ ttt sefcOfc^aft flUf^ 
tte^men / nut atibcrn uerclnlgen ; nd) ju dnem (icfcU(rii/ fid^ 
ntit iemaiit) in cine gcfeUfcf^aft mU^m,afflcier;fejoincire. 

Cojifociated, juacfellet. xu gcfcUfl^flft aufgenprnmett/ 
ajfocie. 

To cdnfoiate, ctnctt trojictt/ il^m einen trofl getett/ c-c»- 

Confolation, citi tlfD|l/ consolation. 
Cdnfoiarory, troftcnb/ tro'TUc^^ confol/rnt,confelatoire. 
To confdlidate, etroa^ tjerciiibfltcn/ in eine^ iringeti/ 
fefie itiac^cn, ttc})te ra.id)cn/ ^iU)eilen; feflc/ VxdjU mxUn, 

JUt)cilen/ confolhier ; /<> confoJider. 

Coiilolidared , iuqc^cilct; angc^gngt/ utmmii unm 

%Mtt- covfolide; reuni. 

Confolidation , bie fcfitttad^ung / jubciUtng ; einc ut' 
etnigung ittjcner i>fnuiben in iint, confotufatlom la con- 

jonflion de deux benefices. A confolidation of the pro- 
perty & fruits , cine uercinbamng / cercininung be^ eigcn-- 
({)Um^ unb ber nu^wng / la reunion de la propriete & de 
f ufufruit. 

Cdnfonance, bie Hbercttfllmmung / glcic^ma^igfeit; ju^ 
fammenflinunung cine^ jroepfac^crt t^onc^ in ber mufiC/ 

eunformite ; confunance. Conlonance of words , bfl^ 
gleid)l.iutctt / reimcn ber n>ortC/ consonance de mots, rhyjne. 

Cdnfonant, A. iHereinfomntenb/ gUic^m4^ig/ gleedE^for- 

ttlig, geniQP, convenable. 

Cdnfonant, S. m ttlitlautenber tUC^jlabC/ confonne, con 
fonnante. 

Cdnionant, Adv. mii - 0ema§/ glei^m^ig/ felont con- 

formement. 

Cdnfonantly,gemdg/ gleid)ma^!g/ gletc^/nad&, confor- 
mement, felon. If he ipeak confonantly to himfelf, nJO- 

fern er ntc^t rcfeber fcine eigcnc prindpia rebet/ s'll parle 

felon fes principes. 

Cdnfort, cin mitgcne§/ ttiitgefen ; cine lufammenHim* 

nicnbe muftC ; etne gcttia^lin, confort, compagnon -. concert 
de mu/ique., epoufe. The King & his Royal confort, 

ber Aonig unb fcine genfa|>lia/ Vxt ^onigcn/ /> Roi & la 

Heine f on epoufe. 

* A cdnfort-ship, ein fc^iff Hi bcm (tnbern im trefen ju 

^Ulffe fcmmen Xaw^, un vaiffiau matelot. 

To confdrt, fid) JU cinem gefelleny fic^ ju i^m |)aUen/Cft 

\%X)'\\^X(^\tm,s' tiffocier. 

Cdnfound, f. Cocnfrey. * 

Confpicuous, bfls man leic^t fci^en law, ^\6)XHt, offen* 
lar; anfcbnlic^- mercFwfirbig / bencfnjijrbig , beru^mt/Uor? 

trefific^ I qui fe void aifement, vijible ; remarqunble, conji- 
Jerablct il/vftre. 

Confpicubusly,f)(^tI'(jrIic^/-mcrcfn)rirbig/Mrtreflic^/</'«»^ 

inaniere remarquable, illuflre. 

Confpiracy , ^i'xz jufammcnucrfctiwerung , lieimlic^e eer* 
lwnb!:i§/ wrrdti^eret)/ confpiratlon. 

Confpirator, einer t)on ben sufrtmniengefc^worneti , %m 
ben »crrdtl)crn/ \>\t fid) ^cimlic^ nut einanbcr uerbunben 

^abCH/ confplrateur. 

To confpire, fic6 nsibcr cincn iHfanimenticrfc^tttcren/ tin 
!)einilicf)e^ ut^w^m^ babcn/ cber ein ()cint(tcbeci bibbfig 
ma(^en ; niit ei'imber ubereinfiimmen, n beret nfonimen/ 
fic^ ccreinbarcn, (einflnber) ^elffctt/ confpiren s'accordery 

eoncourir. 

Conlpired againft, tDJbcr \>tn man fi(^ i^efnilicf) ber&in^ 
bet/ bcm ctlic^e Un wtitergang gefd^reoreo/ comre qui I'pn 

A confpire. 



CON. 

Confpiring, bie jufammcmjerfc^werurtg , m ntfimmw^ 

»erfd;n)crcn/ confpiration, I' action de confpirer^^c. 
* Confpurcation, f. Deiiling. 

Cdnllable, ein upit ber obri-ifeit georbnctcr fluartiermei* 

fier iXi cincm fird)fFiele/ commiffiiire du quart icr. Con- 
ftable of the tower of London, iiiV Comminbante in bcnt 
fd)lOffe 5U 9.iil\\im, gouvtrneur de la tour deLondres. * lo 

outrun the conftable, mc^r au^gebeit cM man einnimrat/ 

faire une depeitfe au de la de fes re^^enus. 

Cdnftableship , tmi flmt iimi folc^en (luartiermcificrl 

Ober COmmcnbatltCtl^/ la charge de commijfaire du quar- 
tier ; de gouverneur de la tour, ifc. 

Cdnftancy, ber bcfianb, tiii beiWnbigfeit/ bc^arrlid;Feit; 
flanbb«ftigfeit ober beflanbigfcit in fcinm wxi)aHn; 

gleid)mut^igfeit/ conjiance , perfeverance -, fermete\ ega- 
lite d^ ame. 

Conftant, j?anb^«ftig/ beflflnbig in fcincnt i^orfiadett; 
bcfjarrlic^/ cer^arrenb, fortfubrenb/ bleifcenb/ ro: rtiiuirlic^/ 
flctig ; gleic()mut{)ig, ber i^m aUcjctt felbfl glcic^ itl ; gtroif, 

Ungejroeifelt/ conjlant, ferme -, qui per fever e, durabky con- 
tinued, egal,qui ejl toujour s le 7neme ; fem;certain^JJturL 
Conftant age, f. Age. To be conflant to one, eiticttt 
getreu fcnn/ etre fidelle a quelcun. He is a conlbnt cu- 

ftomer to me, er i|l mciit funbmamt/ er faufft mir flUejcit 

ab/ c eji une de mes pratiques, c'efl un de mes chalands. 

Cdnftantly, bc|l<}:ibig. ^m^>M\Xi%^ be|)flrrlic()/ aticictt/ 

COntinuirllCi/ %tti,conftannient,fermementi reglement,toii' 
jours, contimtellement. 

To cdnftellate, tyx gefiirti ober gcflirntc^ bilb mad^ert/ 

faire une confiellation. ''■ 

Conrtellkion, tit jufatttmcnfugurtg ber fitxnt, tin gt* 
jlirtt/ gefiirntc^ bilb/ corjtellation. 
To cdnfter, etttJrt^ coaftruircn/ jufanuuenfiigen/ i>ett)rt>* 

ntn, exponircn/ DCrbolmctfc^Crt/ conjimire. 

Cdnibered, »erbeln?Ctfc^et/ K. conjirnit. 

CdniVering, bfl^ exponircn Obcr J^crbolmctfc^ett/ t aflion 
de conftruire. 

Confternition, tint beflfir^ung/ tin fc^rccFcrt/ conflema- 
tien, terreur. 

To conftipate, (ben leib) fJopffcH/ UX^^^tn,conpper. 

( onftipatcd, ycrflopfft/ conjlipe. 

Conflipation, bic OCrffDPtfung/ conjlipation. 

Conftttuent, mac^enb, wasi cincn toeil uott cincm ganft'eti 

aU?nTad)t/^«'./^"V, qui confiitue, qui fait partie d' un tout. 

To onitltute, ctma? Dcrorbnen • mocben/ iitWtn, bcjleU 

Xtn, orbncn, cinfc^en. conjlituer, etablir, placer. 

Cdnftituted, gcmfld^t/ gcovbrtCt/ i(. conjiitue, ctabli. 

Cdnilituting , Hi mfld)en/ Hi orbnen/ l' aBion de con' 
fiituer. 

< onftitution,eiiie Dcrorbnun'g/ crbnung/ fafiung; ein gefe^/ 
lanb^braud; ; bic lcibe^-'bcfc{)«ifeni)cit/ be^ menfd^cri natur; 
ber }uflanb/bie bci^ii)aifen\)cit, confUtutionjloi i complexion t 
etat^ difpo/ition. 

<■ dnftitutive, f. Conftituent. 

To conftr^, einen jmingcrt/ niti)iitn, bringert/ ccn- 

truindre. 

Confbiined, gcjnsungen/ gcn6t{)igct/ contraint. 

Con/hiinedly , gcjroungcncr rocifc/ mi iroang/ mit gt? 

wait/ par contrainte. 

( onftraining. Hi ireingcH/ nct^igett/JC. I'afJion de 

contraimlre. 

Conftraint, bcr \voan% , bic nptbigwng, ber antrieb; pit 

rtngfl/ gctV.dt/ contrainte; violence. Without conllraint, 

oi)rte iwang, ungesnmngcn/ frej;R5illig//<?»j- contrainte. 

Conflru- 



CON. 

Conibuaion,etnbttti/&a^5aucn; bieccwrbnung tier |iu 
fammeufuguttg ber mttn eiticr ttU md^ fcer grammacica ; 
hit bClUung aualcguttv!, cor.Jiruflion ^ k'timent; mrange- 
nsnt des mots ; interfn-etation. To make the beft con- 
ftrudionofathing, ctttja^aufsbciteauelegcn/ im bejtert auf; 
ncbniClT/ dmner unfits favorai/Je d queltiue cbofe, lapreudre 
debonntpart. 

Conftruc^ve, jufammcnfSflctit); exponirenb / Xt9,i \\6) ex- 
ponircil UlTt' cunjirufiif, c^uif peut conjhuire. 

Conilruclivenefs , bu &e|'4a«fen^cir cinfs bingc^ , in tcm - 



CON. 



141 



Cdntaft, fcoi antu^reii/ bit anru^mtt^/ berii^rung/ ecnta<% 

attouchement. 

Contagion, cmcfeuc^e, eineanfallcnbe, anjicvfcnbe francf- 
(>cit; bt'epc^, £-o«/^^/o» ; ^f/?f. 
Contagious, an^ecfenb/ fliifaaeub / erWit^ , gifrig / conta- 

giiux. 

Contagiouihels, btc ttnfaQenbe/ anjifcf enbe art/ quaiite 
c$ntagieufe. 

To contain, etreol fallen/ in fic^ Mt€ti / bcgrciffcn, fa<r€ni 

einent)alten,imsainn|>altert»ctn5ai5jurucEI)altctt, nidst en; 

ti ficO conibuircn laift/ t)te coni'txuirenbc eigenfi^afr einc« fichentljaUen/mdFi^en/ ««/(?».'■;-, rowprf^di-^; r^ew/r,»f/r/- 



rocrtcs cber btng^^/ ' 'etat.d'une cbofe ^entgnt qWelle fe peut 
CQ-iiJtruire. 

To cdnilrue, &c. f. To confter, &c. 

Conlubltantial , iai eiiug XOi\iX\i X^, cc»fu6Jlantie/, 
coejfentlil. 

Coniubftantiation , tie gcgcnaort einc^ acfcns mit obcr in 
einent anbern/ ctn-.^ubftantiathn. 

Cdnful, tin jHoHiifcberbur-entteiiier : cio conful ober ric^- 
tet ber f aujTcutc in etUc()cn ^dbten. r »«/«/. 

Coniliiar, Was ju cinem ccnful ober feincnt amt ge^oret/ 

cdnfulship, bas burgcrmeiflcr;<imt/ ba^ amt einc^ Komi- 
fc^en buracrmciftcrs cber confui?, confulat. 

Coniult, bic yerathfd)lijdi»n^/ cor.fulte. 

To coniult, ciucrt urn rath fragen, ratf) cencincm \t%t\ftiw, 
fi(§kndncmrat{)^crhclen, i^:iiurat(> ^ieM? ratbfc^lagcn/ 
fic& berathfc^laacn , fic^ rat^3 erbclcn; cincn ratb 'affen ; fur 
ctiva^^fiireiticnforflen, fcinennuBen fuc^en cbcr becbac^tcn, 
barauf fct)e;i, confulter, demander avis ; confuJter^ deliberer ; 
avoir foin de, regarder a. 

Confultation,bieberatbfcfiIagung/fw»/«/rf. A confulta- 
rion of phyiiciajis, cine bcrat^fd^Iagung bcr drijte , une conful- 

tationdemedecins. 

Coniultedof, boruber man fic^ berat^,'<$Iagct/ confulte^ 

delibere. 

Coniulter,bcrctncnuinrat5fragt/ \iVi ratf> bege^rct, qui 

confuite, qu i demande confeii. 

Loni'ulcing, btc bcratbfcblaaung bas berotbfc^lagcn/ jc 

/ afiion de confulter, &•:. f. To coniult. 

Conf'jmable, u^dj. bodjuocrjcbrcn/ ju ccrbrauc^en ifl, K. 

qui peut etie confomme. 

Toconlume, ctroasoeTjcliren, t^erfrauc^cn burf^brinacn/ 
»cr|cf)n?tnben/t)crbcr5cn, minbern-abmatrcn abjckcn confu- 
mey, r.etruire. To coniume awav, ficfi al\thxcn, obncbmen/ quekuii. 



wer, mudera- ; fe ccntenir, fe moderer. 

Contained, cnt^alten^ IC- contenu, iffc. (. To contain. 

Containing, iai cnt^flltcn/ iC l'a^io7i de continir^ ^e. 
f. To contain. 

To contaminate, ct»a5 befubcln ^ leflcif Crt / bcfd^miljcR/ 
fouiller, contaminer. 

Contaminated, beffccft/ c»ntamine. 

Contamination, bic beficching/ contamination. 

To contemn, cttBas»era(fcten/gcring f<^d?en^ pcrf^^m^en^ 

meprifer. 

Contemned, uerac^tCt, K- mefrife. 

Contemner , i\\\ oerdc^ter / cine »erd(^tcriit / <w»- 

tempteur. 

Contemning, bie Verac^tunS/ bO^ CCrac^ten/ miprist 
I 'afiion de meprifer. 

To contemplate, etwas befc^aucn , bctrac^teu/ eincrfjc^t 
na4>finnen, nacljbencfeny contempler. 

Contemplated, betrac^tcti K. contemple. 
Contemplation, bie betrac^tung/ conteviplatlan. 

Contempiacive , befc^auenb/ bcttac^tenb/ nacfifmncn^.- 

contanplatif. 

Contemplatively, au? betrac^tung /■«'' contemplation. 

e ontempiator, cin befc^auej/ bccctroaebcfc^auct/ contem' 
plateur. 

Contemporary, tintt , bcrittcinerieitgelebet/ contempO' 
rain. 

Contempt, tit ccrac^tiwg / mepris. The contempt of 
the court, bieccm)eigerung/fi(^aufbiebefiimmtcieit »or gc^ 

ricijt jU ^eliCHy comumace. 

Contemptible, Bcrac^tlirfi contemptible. 

Contemptibly, j)ctd<f>tii(^cr ttei|e / ou5 vcrasi^tung/ 
avec mepris. To think contempcibly of one , n?entg UCll 
ecncm ^alten/ i^n geringt'd)d^en,«vwVro/i:^</«/f opinion de 



im)scriebren ti* oerlicrctt; fic^minbcrn; fic^abniattcn/ tjcr^ 
t(i)nJinbe;i,/f confumer. 

Coniumed,»eticl)tetyoettc^aenbct/ ccrbetbt, :c. confumi^ 



To contend for mailery 
djert/ mer ben i>or|ug ob 



Conamer, ein werfcbmenbCT/ qui confume. 
Coniummg, S. \iai peqebrcn/ jc I'aflion de confumer , i^c 
f. To confume. 
Confuming,^. «er,ebretlb/ confumant. 
Confummate, »cUf ommen, cof'ifomme, par fait. „;^.., 

fcr.-L°.»°,^;j!?J"'^' ^' '" ««^^«^r^3en; OUHcnbtn, WU--^ ralemaitre,faire,^ q 
»rmgcn_ CPUsic^en. confommer. Gont nded for , m\ 

Confummated, wUcnbet, COUiOgen, confomme. tejie , foutenu. Jt 

.iZTr^'"^' ^«oo«bt(ngung, bas coilcnben cber »olU i.omending, >-. bo^lmt 
jietjen/ / ai/i^n de confommer. 

Confummation, \iit »cUenbung, ocUhingung , confomma- 



Contempnious, ^pd&rautl>ig / miprifant. A contem- 
ptuous word, einitid[>ci-i»crt/ euiefdjimpjiicfje rebc/ untev" 
me ojjhifant. 

Contemptuously , tjcrac^tlic^crnjcife/ \)^^m\sX\iii,dedah 
gneujcmentyjieremtnt. 

To contend, miteineniiancfcn;- ^abem/ frrciten; rcc$ti< 



gcn>brfputcrcn,bcb>JurtctT, |fl|iKi^'v!en/ contejier^jouUKir. 



licbwntuben/ ti mit anbctu ocrtiti 
bcrbanb ^abcn \^\i, f aire i qui fe- 
ortera. 

er man gejtrittcn ; be^auptet/ fw»-^ 
en/ be^aupten, vi. I 'afliw de cm- 



ticn 



Confumptioo, Ht tjcr,el)rung ; t)\t wrfcfiwenbang ; V\i 

\^mn^\ViifX.confumption. w Im/wuwuijs, kv 

Coniumptive, fc^tjinbiuc^tig, qui a U confomptlon. 



t.ont ending, >". bd^ 
tejitit citfoutenir. 

Contending, i.^t[tt\\\),contendant. 
ontenuoa", btf beniu^ung/ bearbeitung/ contention, 

effo:t. 

Content, ttiUtg / iufricbcn 
xvw bisn uae cbofe; fatisfait. 
S3 



Cergaugt. content , qut 

You mult be content to 

do 



l^Z 



CON. 



do that, i^i; muflet cuc^ gcfaUett Mm, ii ju f^uihi^^'aut 

vous refoudre a /aire cela. 

Contenr, 5". toi^ ux%w\m)x oi)ef fcie Derfinu^utti? / luff/ 
frcut)C/^ufnet»cnl)cit; bcr umfanrt, bcitiiff/ bcsu-cF/ tie i\scitc 

i\K\<l.iti\\\<)>ii,contenteme7it; cafac'ito. I could give hiirs 
no conrent in any thinrr, ic^ l)abe tf)n (jor ntc^t i)crgnuge!t 
foiuictiy a i|^ md)t In alicm roa^ tc^ get^att/ mit mic ju 

frictiCIl getVefCll/^t? «? pouvois lui plalre en quoi que ce Jolt. 
The contents of a book, f. Contents lueiter trtuttcit. 

To content, ciiten cergnugcn, klufligctt / cinem ftcube 
»ci'«r|acl)e»/ (uji mae^cti; eincm gnuge t{)utt/ %im<s X%ix\\, 
lf)u besnugcn / befriebigctt , ju frtcteii jicUen , Or,«b{vn ; ju 
fricbcn fcoil/ contatter, pla'ire; fattsfalre', fe cont enter. 

* Contentkion , f. Contentednei's. 

Contented, rcillt8/ JU fric^e^; tuo^l vvcmht, Umht, 

fefrieMgt^ bcjaWct / content, qui veuti fatisfait. Con- 
tented with ilttie, t)cr nut tvctitgem ju friebett if!, ^«/yV 
contents de pen. Eafdy contented , bett man Icic^t Jjer- 

gnugen Uw, bet ftc^ eergniigcn liii)t/ aise a contenter. I 

could be contented to live here, \^ fojjte fc^on ^icr 
tt>c'i)nen / jV ite jeroh pas fache de demeurer Li. He is 
belt contented to die, a* m\\ \hUx ftfl-'ben/ U aime mieux 
mojirir. 

Contentedly, m\)\ iJCtgn^gt; gc&ultifl/ content; pa- 
tiemrnent. 

Contentcdnefs , tic scrgnuglic^f eit / ucrgnugung/ jufne-- 

&Wll)Cit/ contentemenf- 

Contentful, ucrgnugt gtucffeltg/ Inlltlg, conte7^t,heureu.-i. 

Contenting, ba^ vcrgnugeil/ 2C. PaHion de contenter, <^c. 
f. fiucf) Contetitcdnefs. 

Contention, ber flrcit, jaKcf, ^akr; %<xi sejancf^/ fctc 

Joniu{)Ung / contention ; f/^or/. 
Contentious, jdntHfc^/ jancFfuc&tig/ ftrcitig/ contcntleux. 
Contentiously, jrtncFfuc^tig/ Hiit jlrtit/ mit fllkni eifn*/ 

CBntentieufement, avccaigretir. 

Cojitentiousneis, jancffuclt; jand/ S^idncE/ humeur con- 
ttntieufe; debat. 

Contentment, tic ucrgnugimg / wvgnugKcT)! cit / jufVie- 

tcnl)Crt/ iyjl/ contentciyient ■, platjtr. P. Contentment is 
the greatefl: wealth, ttJcr Dcrgnugt i(i/ bcf i|i rcit^ seniifl/ 
cf/ff/ qui efl ccnteirt, efi ajjer^ riche. 

Contents, tixt fumme/ ber in^aU citter gdnfieu facf^e/ 

contenu, le p-n-cis. The contents of a letter, bet ftminia; 

rifc^c in^alt eincs briefed/ wa^ cr in fid) ^It/ le jpreds d'u- 

ne letne. The contents of a chapter, btc futunia Obet 
tnfjnlt ttJK^ ca^UH , /e fummaire d'lm chapitre. The 
table of the' contents of a book, bfl^ rcgtficr ber fac^cn/ 

fo in einem bud;? cnt{)fllten fuib/ /<?/i^/e </« matieres d'un 

livre. 

Conteft, cin llrelt/ \m^i btfpilt/ Cin ge^dncf/ contejiation. 

To conteft, niit cincm ian(ien/]()abern/j£rcitcn; contfjler. 

Contelliition, tin ftixit/ J«H|^€jdncf/ contejiation. 
Contelted, |lrcitlg/ ^xdti^im^t, contejii, debntu. 

Context, ber wntcjL't/ bie foUie ^wrtC/ bie iufflnimcrt;. 
filgung ober ancinanbcrMnguti(;|pBP>C/ba^ corl)crgc{)cnbc 
ttni nad)foUjCnbe/ le tiffii, la Haijoih la csmexion. 

Contexture, ble iuf«nimfnfugi|j^ aneinanbcrMnpng/ 

contexture. 

Contiguity, bie anffoffung/ nnrufirutig/ contlgulti. 

Contiguous, l)art anfiJtffcnb/ flnrut)rcnb/ nrtl)e o.\\ einan? 
tcf » iftjag npbcti cinanbec ifi/ contigu. 

Contiguoufnefs , bic anftofl'urtg/ nn^C/ contiguitS. 

Continency, \^it md^i^fcit/ ent^altung/ iud^t/ feufd^^cit/ 
continencct chajiete. 



CON. 

Co'ntinenf , /f. m#(0/ juc^ttg, etltgejogett/ coMineut, 
chajie, retenu. 

Continent, S. "Hix^ fefte Ictttb / le continent. .^ 

Continently, mfl^ig, ilid)t(9/ CtngejOflCH/ moderement, 

avec retenue. 

Contingency, hk U^t\iiw\)i\t , m \\x\m, glucfii-'fair, 
contingence, Jort. The contingencies (contingent ufcs) 

of the war, befonbcfC/ ungmul)nlic^e gelba-/ bie^amtcc jut 

frieg^sjeit bamit ttbjUia{)ien/ I'c.xtraordijiaire des guerres. 
Contingent, jufdlltg/ ol)!I8cfc^r/ contingent. 
Contingently, unacfef)r/ jUfdUtgci' IVSCtfC/ caJucUement. 

ContJiiual, ftcKtDdr^wnb/ l)c|tdMbi9/ tfljarrlicf;, unaufhori 

Ud>/ contmuel. 

Continually, fict^, un«uff)orli(:^, tinflMdf lic^, ^m mciwfi 

anbef/ centmuellement. 

Continuance, bie baitcC/ Idngc/ ba^ m%altin, langwie* 
rtgfcit, befldnbigfcit/ bc^ ht^xxtw, fortfaf)ren , ^«m', c-o». 
tmuation. _ In continuance of time, mit bcr jcit/ cnblic^, 
^ //? continue. The continuance gf a liiit a law, \iii 

flbmcifung , auffc^icbung/ Hx auffc^ubjjie^ ^u^ii , ren- 

voy, remije d'un proces. ^'' 

Continuance, S. ber aafent^aft an eitiem orty j-^>'oar. 
Continuation, Ui k^atTert/ fortf(i|)ren/ bie jjerldngc^ 

rung / continuation. 

'^ Continuator, ber ba fmfd^XCt, uerldngctt, cominua- 
teur. 

To continue, U^^axxm, Mix^xxm , a\^alUxt , fcrtfa1&- 
ren; Wihcw, ucrblcit^cn m eincm orte; ^X)^^xcv^, an^iltcn; 
eine fad)c awi^xtw, bamit fcrtfn{)vcn/ an^altcii; eincm 
fcin rtmt uerldngern/ cincn in feincr ficlle ijon ucncm ht^ 

jldtivjett/ continuer , per/ijier ; demeurer en quelque lieu ; 
durer; pourjuivre; pro longer, etendre le terns (de quelque 
officier en charge.) I delire you to continue nie your 

friend, ic^ \iitu , i()r ttJoUct mic^ cure freunbfd^aft njcitec 

(in^ funftigc) genicjfcn lajfcn/j'V vous prie deme conjej-oer 
vStre ami tie. 

Continued, au^gcfu^rct/ Dcrldngcrt/ womit man angc^^ 
^alten obcr fortgcfafjrcn ; m einanber {)<jn9enb ; bcfjarr; 

lic^ / Unauf ^Orcnb , una«f()Orlie^ / continue ; cominu -, con- 
tiniiel. A continued valley to the very fea, cih X%^\, 
bcr bif an \)\t fee gd)et/ une valUe qui s' etend jusques a 
la mer. 

Contmuedly, ^tU, dXUltit, flcf^ m einanber/ toSjours. 

Continuity, ba^ ancimtnbcr^dngen/ tik orbttung,crbent;! 

licf)C folgC; continuite,Jtiite. 

Contore, cirt red)en -- brct / re^en^tifd^/ eine rc<$ett'fam^ 
mer/ um fc^reibe-'ftubC/ contuir. 
Coiitdrlion, \>^i tximxmw, beugett/ Vm^w, txt^tn, con^ 

torjion. 

Contour, \ik mim\\b\%n\ jfigc einc^ btlbc^/ ber auomcit* 
bige frumme gang obcr jtig o,\\ einem gcmdblb^ contour. 

Contrabiind, contrabanded, uei'faUetf/ uerb^ten, de con- 
trebandc. 

Cdnrraft, ein^anbcl/ cin vertrag/ yerglcief;/ bunb/ contrail ^ 

paflc. \. atld) Betrotliing. 

To contraft, N.biiigcn/^anbelrt, eincn wrrrog tix. erneni 
ma(f)en / oufrtdKen / cincn verglcicf; treffen/ fi4> wrglcicf^ou/ 

contraHer, convenir. 

To contrad,^. ctTOfl^ {M\xx%i\\, fui* jufammcti jjebert; 
(eine francF^eit) crI)olen/ fricgcu/ fii^ auf ben h< s labcn, 
ctiuaiJ erlangcn/ gcminncn; ctwai jufimnncnjift-ci;. uuci/cit 
H^ c6 einfd}rumpffct; obcr c.ilaulfet / einjie»;c«, ^jlfrcr-- 
mu («flw mac^crt/ iufanmienfaltcn/ ahcgen coftrr.^ir, 



CON. 

ft-fftdfe, ga^fier; retlrer, retrecir, pHer. To contraft 
one's brow, tie jlirti ruilfietlt, fro^cer te fourcil. To 
contraft a marriage, cinc (jefMt^ fc^Ucffctl, contrafier 
mariage. To contrail: friendship with one, frcUtt^fc^aft 
mit eincm mac^Clt/ faire amitje avec quelcun. To con- 
traa debts, fc^ul&etj ma^tXl, s' emhtter. 

ConaaAation-houfe, citi \)<XWVm\%?> '%W.i , fllltUO ttton 

eincn ocrtrag cDei: contract mac^t/ matfon ou Von cen- 

Contraaed, fail? jufammcn gcoacU/K. abregc, &c. 
Contrafting, \)Qi ttligcn/ X. Parson de contrufier, ifc. 
f. To contraft. 

Contraftion, Hit iuf^immeiuictjutig / frummang/ ba^ txm 
fc^nimpfcit, t>cr fronipff; Die abfur^ung/ jufammcnjie^ung/ 

contra5lion^ retrecJffiment ; abregement. 
ConrrawVor, 5. cc:itra()ent/ cmnraftcnit. 

Contradift, citic lulfertgc fcbC/ gcgctirctC/ wi^crfprc^u(t3/ 

contrHilifiicv. 

Tocontradlft, ctiuu^ twDcrfprcc^cn / tvi&erflrcrtcn , reu 

licrrc&en, fclbem JU reibcr fctjn, eontredh-e. To conrradift 
one's leU", fi(^ fclbfl rei&erfprcc^cn/ /"^ dement ir. To con- 

rradift an inclination, eincr naturlic^cit ncigang »it»cr(le^ 

^Ctt/ s' oi>l>ofer a itr.e inclination. 

Contradklcd , {>em man reibcrfprtC^t/ que fon csntre- 
dit, ifc. He won't be conrradifted, ct fOttiJ Utcf)t kHicn, 
baf man t{)m reitterfprtcfjt/ // «<? veut pas qu'on le contre- 
dife. That news is now coctradifted, man fiigt WU^i fcap 
fcicfe jcitiing nic^t njat)r fep/ <»» ^/> maintenant t que cette 
nouvelle ejl fanjfe. 

Contradifting, Me n?itcrfi?rec^un§/ tas rcibcrfprec^cn/ «•. 

Vafiion de contredire, ^c. 

Contradiftion, lit rciberfi?rcc^mtg/ ttitberrcbc/ acgcnrcbC/ 

ItiiJcrwdrtigfcit / ccntradiMion , contrnriete. Without 
all contradlftion , ofjne cintflC Xti'^tttt'^t , ^ans contredit 
In contradirtion to all the ties of honour , twibcr ullc rc- 
ficln tor el)rbi'tr!eit/ centre toutes hs regies^ oii l' botmeur 
nous engage. 

Coctradidioiis , ttt&erjpcnf?ig , bcr eincm gcrnc nnbcr- 

fpric^t/ Obcr juajibcr i^, contredifoKt, qui aime a contredire, 
»u a contrariei-. 

Contradfftor^' , reit>crnj4rttg / ttnbrig, jireitig / wfber ein^ 

•ITtCE jfyciteub/ fic^ aibcrfprcc^enb/ contrairsy qui fe con- 
tredit. 

To conrradiftmguish, ctWiT^ t)5tt CHian&er Untcrfi^elbctt/ 
dijiinguer , diifhencier. 

Contradiftinguished, »otl WW^ber UntCrfc^iebett y dif- 
ferencie. 

t Contramure, i". einc tJCrmatlcr/ c$ntremur. 

* Contraried, f, Confradifted. 

Contrariety, ti« ttJtbcrnjdrtigfctt fircitjgfcit/ ttiteinigfcit/ 

bcr ttlbcrjiant!/ contraristey oppojition. 

Contrarily, \m%t%txi, ittt gcgent^ell/ m wiberfpid/ «« 

Cdnrrariwife, |inflcg<n/ ttM gcgent^cU/ mttrementy au 
contraire. 

t To eo'ncrary, fC To contradi^. 

Contrary, ^^ rcibcrttsortig , tuibrig , }u mbcr, flreftig/ 
cor.tratrs. That is contrary to good fenfe, bj^ t)| bcr 
gcfunbcn certJinift jurcibcc, eela repugr.e au bonfens. in 

ft contrary fenfe, in tiwtm wtbrlgen uerfiantc/ obcr ganfi 
«nrcct)t, /z contre-fens. This is contrary to what ou<^ht 
to be-, bff in ganij anberd al^ e.^ iet>n foH/ r^a ^ /««/ Iv- 
/rm:.„/ ^_«7/ »^ /^.r Quite contrary, gou^ flnber^/ gmii? 



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Contrary, 5. btt^ gegeiltftctl/ toiberfpiet /■ contraire. 
i will lay ten pounds to the contrary , ic^ twU unt 
je^cn pfmib RjettcH/ bag ficf;^ nic^t olfo ocr^alt , jie /'^'-/V 
dix livres ^avec vous que cela n eji pas. To adviie to 
the contrary) cincm ttX6\i^ roibcrratf)cn.- nt'tatRtit/ dif- 
fuader. 1 can fay (I know) nothing to the contrary, 

id) babe ttlc^t^ barniiber einjnreenbcit / j-V «' ai rien a dire 
contre cela. On the contrary, ^ingcgcit/ ittt gegCUttjcii/ 
au contraire. 

Contrary to, Pr^p. mitV/ JUtDtbcr; contre. I'll do 
nothing contrary to my honour & reafon, id) USill nichtl 
ti)\m, H^ nieincr c^rc unb bcr ucrnuiift surciber Iflufett 

fell/ ^ff neferai ritn qui foit contraire a mon hor.neur if 
a la raifon. Contrary to my expeftations, ttSbcr meinC' 
^offnuns/ ganfi anbcr^'al^ ic^ virmcintC/ centre mon at- 
tentc. It proved contrary to what you thought, c5 ift 
gfliiB anbcrs abgelauffcn/ al^ i^r ocmicinct/ la chofe a reuffi 
tout aatrematt que vous ne croye^. He has ailed con- 
trary to the truft repofed in him, cr \tOX "iiit il)m an»ec< 
traUtC fac^e ubcl ycrrealtet, // efi coupable de malversation. 
To fpeak contrary to one's thoughts , ganJ? (kxi^tx^ I'Otl 
ciner fac^e rcbeu/ al^ n>a^ {iXwt gcbancfen barubcr fcnn ; etn 
bing rebett/ unb cin anber^ bencfcii/ dire le contraire di cs 

qu'on penfe. 
•f- Cdntrarying , f. Contradifting. 
Cdntrarj-wife, f. Contrariwife. 

Contraft, cin flclttcr jlreit obcr jancf ; ber «ntetp;^ieb<ir& 
(!anb bcr t^eile in eincm gcmdfjlbc/ contrajle. 

To contraft, r. a. (in painting) in bcr ma^lerctj btc (Ai 
tnlbiuigen fiuiftlic^ gcgen einanbcr {Icllcny ccntrajJer, en 

terme de peinture. 

Contravallation , S. gcgett * terfc^anfiuitg ber klagerer 

gcgen t>it Ocftung, contrevallation. 

To contravene, roibcr ctrca^ ^anbcln / ubcrtTCtctt/ 6rc* 

^tn, jurcibcr %mtt\n, cattravemr, violer. 
Contravcner, cin nbcrtrctcr/ contravcnant. 

Contravention, bic ubcrtretung/ njetm man bawibcr ^ati' 

belt/ contravention, 

* Contreftation , i)ai bCtOlfCn / fltJru^ren / manimentj 
attouchenient. 

To contribute, itvidi &et)tra^cti/ fcinett t^it iuf<f)icffetT/ 
JU ctlBas gd'Ctt/ barju ftclffcH/ cortribuer. 
Contributary, bcr fc^afittng cbcr #cucr gtebt/ qui piye 

contributiou. 

Contributing, b« liXfUa^, bcr jUf^UF/ ?C. l'a^i<)''^ ^^ 
contrib^er. 

Contribution, eitie fieuer/ «uflage/ ((^a^ang/ eontrl' 

bution. 

Contributor, bcr ba tctjtrdgt/ obcr fcincn t^cil |a etro*5 

fc^icffCt/ obcr bar'jU {)ilfft/ contribuant. 

Contrite, jerfc^lagcn/ icrfnirfc^t/ bcrcuctib/ fcuffcrtig/ 

contritf pen: ten!. 

Contrition, bie scrfc^lflgung , jerfnirfc^uttg/ xtu, con' 

trition. 

Contrivance, ctiK cffxitbung/ obcr ci'ft griff/ em mitfel 
nnb tt?cg/ art u«b wtifc ttwai \u t\)W-, t>\t !unf! Jfbcr 
fcOarfffmnigfcit ctma^ ju erfiinbcn / intention -, artifice. 
Full of contrivance , funftlid^ , ftnnrcic^ / fi^arffftnn^/ 

inventif. 

To contrive, efroa^ crftnnW/ erf.nbcn/ crbendfcu ; ci^ 
ncn anfd^lag \^\^m, m^ cfma^ tradncn, bcmit nni?cl>cn, 
i% im lumc l)al)cu; tim.^ anficHcn/ flnicgcn, fic^ bcratlj- 
fc^lagen, fBrgeH/ wie moii cin? fat^e anfangcn/ anfieUeir, 



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CON. 



t^Utt/ fu^Klt/Obcraulrif^tCtlfolle/ inventen minuter, tra- 
iner' , medjter ; concert er , nmtager. Hovr shall we con- 
trive it? tBte foUett wir c^ anfaii^en/ flnc,rctffcti? comnent 
■ le ferofis nous} I do whatjl can to contrive your happi- 

nefs, id) njcntic mcincti mo3lid)|len flciO ati, euc^gliicf; 

fclli? JU mac^en / je fais tout mon pojjiblepour vous rendre 
heureux. 

Contrived , erfomiett/ erfunbeU/ K. mvente, ^c. f. To 
contrive. An fll-contriv'd houfe , cin utlfoi'rttUc^ / fe^r 
ubel filiaclcatC^/ jlcbautCiS ^auf?/ «»e ;ff<7//b» 7nal entm- 
due. An altar contriv'd in a wall , citl ill cincr manb auf* 
acric^tCtcr oltflt » unautel pratique dans une muraille. An 

ill- contriv'd delign , ctiitborlc^re^Doritc^mcti* fo nlc^twobl 

OUgckoit tvorbctl , dejjein mal concerte. An ill - contriv'd 

man, ciit tviticmartigcr/ubdgearteterfopjf/ unefpritdetra- 

vers, maltourne. 

Contrivement, tie Cfjiitlfcutig/ invention. 

Contriver, eiiurftllber/ crfinner / «rl)cbCC/ inventeur, au- 
teur. He is .m excellent contriver, ec ifi etn finnfcic^cr fO^>ff/ 
f '^ un homme fort invent if. 

Contriving, tic Cf fttlbutici/ t>a^ CfftntlCIt/ CrfitlbClV K- /«w«- 
?/ow, / \iHion U ' inventer, (^c. f. To contrive. 

To controll, &c. f. To comptrol. 

* Controver, controvor, eiit trbic^tcf falfc^er jcituiigett/ 

inventeur defaux bruits. 

Controverial,ftrctti9riuciiterfireit'fra3e gc'^orig/ de con. 

trover-fe. 
Cdntroverfy.ctrt jlvcit/bifputat/ cinc f!rcitig!clt ; eittc firctt* 

frat^C in glaubcn^^fac^eU/ ^////'«/£', different-, controverfe. 

Without all conrrovcrfy, o^neeititgctvibembe/ aujferaHcn 

IMidifdjf^ns contredit, indubitaHement. 

To controvert, ftrcttctl/ iaildPcit/ bi)>Uttrctt/ difputer. 

Controverted, ftrcitiq/ tvoriSber limn flreitct/ bifputtrct, 

cent rov erf e, qui eft en difpute. 
Controul, &c. f. Comptrol. 

Contumacious, \)Mt\\Mi^, tt)ibcrfi>ettfti9/ '^oK^j!arri0/ tU 

gCHfiniU(}/ obftine, rebellc, refraflaire, opiniatre. 

Contumacy, t)ic {)arttidcfi9fett/ ^al^flai'rigf cit ; obfii- 
fiation. 

Contumelious, fc^tttd^lic^/ fc^itttpfttc^ / U^^x\\<i} i cat- 
rageux. 

Contumely, \>\t fc^mac^; Idilcnuig/ fc^ini})ff; outrage. 

Contulion, cinc<crquetfc{)«ii9/ icrflojTung/ cin flricm / con- 
tujion. 

Convalefccnce, bie tvicbcrfluffonmmti9/ er^olung/ ^vx^-- 

futig »on cillcr francfljcit / convalefcence. 

To conveigh, f To convey. 

^ Convenable, flttftdntig, bcqwciiT/ taufilic^; basficf)fc^i'' 
det fualic^/ t<""W7«'^/^- 

To convene, etlic^c ucrfammlcit / iufantmcnOcrnfcn/ af- 
fembler, cov.voquer ; fic^ Dcifamnilen/ iufammcjifommcn/ 

s'f'ffetnbler. 

Convened, »ctfnmiitlct, jufamnicii6erufc»t/ affhnblL 
Convenience, conveniency , btcbcquenilic^'fcit; gcICj?CI1' 

fyeit; fltiftdnbiafeit; n3ot)lftanb/ gcfd^icflic^fcit / commodne; 

convenance, conformiti. 

Convenient, bcqucnt; tauijlid^/ rccf)t/ (;cf(^icFt ; I'at^-- 
fam, gebii^rlicf)/ gcjiemcnb/ billid)/ tvo^lanfldnbig ; gdc- 
igetu tvao «u gclegencr jcit gcfc^icbt/ commode, propre; con- 

ver.ablc , conforme ; ^»/ arrive' a propos , </tf»J /a faifon . 
propre. 

conveniently, bcquciii/ fuglic^/ qnr rcd)t; oljne Berlin- 
bcmnfi/ obcr bcrd)n?cibc/ o^nc mu{)c; n)ol)liuiftdnbi9 ^ gc^ 
ii<menocc/ gcbvii)rlid;cr njdfe; gelegctt/ lu sckgctier leit/ 



CON. 

SatBeiJuettt/ commdement -, fans peine-, ctnvenabkment -, 4 
propos. 

Convent, cin f loflCf/ convent. 

t To convent, einen »or Hi gcrtd^tforbcm obcr etnlabcft/ 

<:/V^r, afpgner. 

f '..invented, t)Or 9crid;t m^X'i>ttt, cite. 

Conventicle, ciuc l)cinili(;^c obec unrcc^tmdfige iufunt? 

menfunft/ convsnticule. 

Convention, cine sufammcnfimft bcr fJdnbe; cin »ertrag, 
tjcrgletd^/Cine ubcrclnfuntt/flbrebc,'^'^?»/'/fV des etats\conven- 

tion, accord. A convention of witches , cine nnd)tlic^C \\Xi 
famnienfunft bcr ^m^X, aJJ'embiee noftumedcforders. 

Conventional, uectragen, PttglicOen/rtbgcrebct/benjiUtget, 
roorubcr man cincn contract 9e«iad;t ^<xii conventionml. 
Conventioner, 6". cin mitglicb ber ttcrfammlung ber ^\\i 

^t/Utj msmbre de I 'affernblee des hats. 
Conventual, flojicrlic^/ conventuel. 
Conventuals, muftC^C/ conventueU, religieux. 

Cdnverfant, gcntein, beffltibt* ber mit einem amgc^ct/ obcr 
in fcincr gcfcUfc^aft ifl ; xw eincr fac^e erfa^rcn , n)o|)l berict>tct, 
gclc()rt/hinbi9/bcrftcn»{)Ucrfic()et/i7/^/ro«w?-yv, qui ejLen 
converfation; verji, experimente. Converfant about a 
thing, l^on eincr fac^C'^anblcnb/ quitraited'unecbofe. . 

Lonveriarion , tcr umgang / tttanbcl ; W gefcafc^aft/ U^ 
U\x\)t{Mii I gcntcinfc^aft/ converfation , commerce. A pri- 
vate converiation, eincmunblid;cuntcrrebun9/ gebetnrcbc^ 
fprcd)ung/ imtete-i-tite. Life and converfation, lebcn unb 
XaOiXX^fXivie ^ moeurs. That she may be converfation for 
thofe that fpeak French, J)a£' \X<. mit bcncil/ fo Jran^ofifc^ rc^ 
bctt/ bifcuriren obcr fvrcc^en fonne / afin quelle puijj'e entrete- 

nir ceux qui par lent Frangois. 

Cdnverfe, bcr untgang/ roanbcl t>U befanbtfcfiaft , i)crtraui 

lic^f cit, gemeinfc^aft/ gcfcllfc^aft/ habitude,faminarite, com- 
merce, fociete. 

To converfe with one , mit clncmumgci^en/ in fciner 9«; 

fcUfc^aft fct)tt / conveifer avec quelcun. 

Converied with , mit bcm man nmgc^ct obcr umgcgansctt/ 

que l^ on frequent e , ouque ronafrequente. 

Converiing, ta^ umgc^Cll/ K. I'a&ion de converfer. 

Converhon , bic dnbcruiig/ ocritjanbclung ;. bcfc^rung, bef^ 

fcrung/ changetnent :, converfion. 

Convert, cin conv cribs, ta , bicfic^ jmncljrifilid&cnglau^ 
ben oberjur pvotcjlantifdjcn religion bcfctjrct/ «« converti, 

une convertie. 

To convert, cincn bcfc^rcn; ttwai Dcranbcni/ tjcrnjaiji 

bcUt/ convertir ; changer, transmuer. To convert a thing 
to one's own profit , (advantage,) ctnja? JU fciiicm cioncnnu- 
^en anrcenbcn/ fur fld^ bcl^altcn / prendre quelque chofepour 
foy,fe I approprier. 

Converted, bcfc^rct/Ucrdnbcrt/Dcrmaobclt/ tonverti. 

Converter, cin bcfct)rcr/ bcr bicfctjcr befcl^rct/ conver- 
tiJJ'eur. 

Convertible , ocra'nbcrlid) / JTrt^ fic^ uxm6)iU\\ \&^t 

convertible. 

Converting, baa bcfc^VCIl/ JC. rarti'on de convertir, i5tc. 

Convex, .i. aiiejvcttbiggcfrummt/ gcroolbt/ runb/ erf)©-' 

bctt/ cunvexe. 

Convex, s. bic loolbnng/ ttx^ai gctvolbtc^/ fo au^njcnbig gc- 
frummt i|l; cin gctsolb/ «« convexe. 
Convexity, bic duffcrc tvolbung ciiic^ runbe« biiifl^l/ 

convexity. 

To convey, ctTOfliJ wo^in tragen / fii'^rcrt / bringen/ Wi 
fc^affcn/ libcrbringcn ; fcf)idcn/ fcnbcn; ubcrfcnbctt/ iSbcr- 
fdjictcn ; abtrctcn/ cincm aubern iibcrlaffcn, ub'crgcbcw/ 

otr- 



con: 

Jjeftttac^ttt / porter,voitui-er ; envdyer^ trantmettre ; trans' 
porter , fa'ire un traafport. He conveys his fenfe in plain 

words, erbritigt f;inc gcboncfcn ^dnc me^nung) gar Dcut- 

Uo^ UOt/ il senor.cey ils\'xprime da'tremen!. To convey 
poifon into a tiling , Cttca^ »eruiftC!1 , gift {)tncin tfjUH/ 
empuifonnir une cbofe. To convey one's love ^refpeftsj 
to a man in a letter, einen itt eiiKiH klcffe grufTcn, ////Ve 
fesaniitlez {ou fes batjemalns') a quelcun dans uns lettre. 
To convey away, Ijttiwcgtragcti, tt»cgfu{)rcn/ tufgtrJngen/ 
TO«ci|'d;icf en / reectfi^aifen, emporter , fahe emporter. To 

canvey a man out of danger, eineu au3 S)cr gcfa^r crrct- 

tetl belfffO/ t>»J»>On bc\Xt}icn , ftiuver que/cun, U mettre hors 
de danger. To convey one's fell quickly out of a place, 

nc& »on eittcra ortc gcfc^roint) wcgmac^eti/ s'ecouler de quel- 

que lieu. 

Conveyance, bie ubcrfuf)run9, u6er6rlttgu«9 , vAtxim- 
bunfi ; abtretuns/ ukrga&efcincsrec^t^ / tranfport, envuj; 

ccjfton. 

Conveyancer , citmotarius, l>er ctiic u&crgaltc te^ rcc^tl 

flUffcftCt un fa'i^eur de transports. 

Conveyed, convey'd, gctragen, gefu^rct/ IC.porte, l^c. 
Conveyer, bcr, t»ic etaa^ fu^ret/wbcrbriagt/K.^*^/*/, «//<? 

qui parte , qui tranfporte, i5fc. f. To convey. 

Conveying, cine lUcrfubrunS/ jc. ba^fu^rcn, brinacO/ jc 
tranfport, i^c. I aflion de porter^ istc. f Conveyance. 
Cdnvid, cine pcrfon/bicetncr ukUi)at uberjcuget ijl, une 

perfonne convaincu'e de quelque crime. 

To convict, einen ubcricugcit, ubcrroeifcn/ convaincre. 
Convlfted, iibcrjeuact/ ubemjicfen/ convalncu. 
Conviction, tic ubcrroetfung; uberjeugung/ convisiion. 
Convlftive, uber,eu3cn&/ ubcmeifcnb / f rdftig / jiarcf/ 

coiruainc/int. 

Couvidivenefi.ttarcEcr ben>Ctptf)Unt/ evidence. 

To convince, ubcriCU^CH/ ubcmctfcn ; V,UxXt\)tniConvaitt- 
cre; perf under. 

Convinced, ubCWicfcn / fiberjetiget/ comaincu^ per- 
suade. 

Convincingly, fra'ftig / flUgcilfc^cillKd^ , d''une maniere 
convaincante. Convincingly tme , ausCHfi^einlic^ rea^t, 
</'»w veiite convainquar.tey evident. 

* Conimdrum, cinegriU«, eiti ndrtifc^ct eiitfall/ M/V, 

vercoquin. 

Convocation, ciiH Firc^ciujjcrfartjmlung , aUacmcineuer' 

fammlung bcr %ii^\i<iji\\,fynode./iJJemlfleegef:craledu clerge. 

To convoke, iufaramcnbcrufen, vcrfammUny convoqur,, 

ajjembler. 

Convoy, m gctcit etn rtarrfei gelcite mi folbateii, convoy, 

efcorte. To be a convoy to one, cinci! mil eincm |Urcfc« gc; 
::n/ efcorter qmlcuti. Thev had for their con- 
en of war, jrecnfricge-fi^iifc 'begUitcten ftc, deux 

-J.-. ■Jl.^:u\ de guerres les efcortoient. 

To convoy, einen beslcitcn, mit'eincm flarcfcti gilfit be-- 

gkltcn/ con-coyer, efcorter. 
Cdnvoy'd, bcgleitct/ convoyS. 

Convuiiion, bie convulfion, bet frampf, convul/ion. Con- 
vamon-firs,bcrg(cic^CH benjcgungen, bie fc^tvere not^, bofc 

feuc^e des convuljwns. 

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ein 

nic&vn-ioa;, ^;-o/) r.e lapin. l^ony-warren, cill canilttC^e:!'9ar 
U^^grj-enr.edel^^pins. " Cday-catcher , (in m^ix Utm^ 
%iXt fourbe. *' * 

To cdny-catch, f. To deceive. 



To coo, ftrren/ fc^rctjcn obei? minfetrt mt eitteturteU 

f aube, gcmir. 

Cooing , ta^ f($ret>ctt otcr iwnfeln ber turtettaubea, 

gemijjement. 

Cook, cinfcc^/gor-Foc^/etnefoc^tn; gar-foc^tn, cuijtnler, 

cuijiniere, rotijjeur.- Mailer-cook, bcr f iJC^en - ntCtftcr CbCt 
^0?i!0C^ Cinc^ S»«1^^/ ^f- ^"^ niaitre - queux. A great - cook, 

tin mX'Ud)j bcr ctn gtoffed rotrttxJ^au^ fe«lt/ »« tmitcur. A 

cook's shop, cine gar-fu(^C / une ratijftrie. Cook-room, 
bic Eiic&e XW cincm fu)tffe/ /<? cuijtne du vaijj'eauyjougtn. Co- 
ok-maid, im. foc^tn/ cine masb/ cui/lniere. 

Cookery, ba^foc^cn, biewtffenfc^aftobetfun/tiu fec^en, 

cuijtne, I 'art de cuijtner. 

Cool, fu^l.frtfc^; frais. 

Cool, 5". cine (angene i)mc) l\x\)\t, frais, fraicbeur. 

To cool , etroa^ erfrifc^en , f ufjlen, abf uMcr, fait maAen ; 
ctroa^niinbern/ linbcrn; erf altcn, fait wcrbcn; nfl(^[a)Tf}i, 

abnct)mcn/ fiC^minbcrn/ refralcbir; ralentir, abbatrelfe 
refroidir.,fsrnientir,fedinnnuer. That cools the iun(»s 
bai crfri(ct}Ct bie lunge, celabumefle Ics poumons. 

Cooled, abgefut)lft/3elinbert/ic.rtfyrtf/VA/, ralemi. fT© 

cooL 
Cooler, ctn fu^lenbc^, erfrlfc^enbe^ miftcl/ »» refrigern. 

tif, un refrigerant. A brewer's cooler, ctn brau^bottifc 

cine bicr/f life, bariiinen man '^i.i bier f ait roerbcn laffet/ ^r^/. 
yTw, cwr^ ^e brajprie. f. Refrigeratory. 

Cooling, 5". bic crfrifc^ung, fu{)lung, ba^ abfu^lctt, k, rg- 

fiaichifjeinent, I'aflion de rafraichir, is'c. (. To copl. 
Cooling, ^. f u()lenb/ erfrifc^cnb/ refrigeratif. 
Coolnefs, bte H\^U, fraicbeur. 

Cooly, o^nc thmt gegebenc urfac^ , t\)i\t bewegung t>tiit- 

mut^^/ defangfro!d. 

A cdom, coomb of com.Vict fc^effel Uxtl, quatre boijfeaux 
debled. 

Gdop, cin^iincr-fafleH, f>uncr-'forb, rineartetne^ %^wc^ 

I}aufe5,/(?;V£' depr.ilalier. 

Tocdopup,cin|c^Ue|fcti/ einfrerrcii/ tnbw^unet^'fa^wi 

tftUH/ enfermn: 

Cooped up, eingcfc^loffen/ etngefrerrt enfermS. 

Coopee, ^- in ber mitte mit cincm p'{6)t icrthcilct (mt tt- 
lid)cfd}ilbc,)««M 

Coopee,^. cill fdjritt tni tanfiert/ coupe. 

Cooper, cin bottigcr, tonnelier. Wiae-cooper, fin »{(«/ 
^anblcr/ marchandde vin. 

Cooperage , 5". cine fa§binbcrctj,/o»wfAT/V. 

To codpcjare, jugleic^ mitRJurcf cn, mitarbctten/mttHffm/ 

cooperei: 

Cooperation, bie mitTOurcf Un?» cooperation. 

Cooperkor,cinmirflrbeircr mit^clfer/ coopei-ateur. 
Coordinate, ooiiglelc^crorbnuitgobcrfiaffel/ de memepf 
Jre DU degre. 

Coot, cin to'uc&erlcin/ tin WiJffcir -- ^u^tu fouque. f A very 
coot, cin rccbtcr narr, »»/oA 
Cop, bic {mc ber gipffel ; bcrbiifc^ auf bcm fcpf ctne^ i^- 

QcU, baut,fotnmet ; bupe, touffe. 

Copal, ein njcijfcs unb fd)cinenbc» bars / fb aus ®ejl?3H' 

biengcbrac^f Winb/ rc/^ns blanche & lu.'fante qui vient des 
Jndes occidentales. 

Coparcener, copartner, bCt ftlWd mit etnettt t^cilef , bcfV' 
Qct/Obcrubcrctwasmit cinwncigcnt^Uins-'bcrrtii; tin mit- 
gcfell, cinmittjinblcr , bcrraitcincminbcr^anbclt(:^aft|let)et. 

copartageant, coproprietaire ; ajjlcie. 

Coparceny , coparfeny , ein unget^eiUc^ crbc ober 
^ 9Utf), 



i^6 



COP. 



flttt^ / orttJCt^Ctlcf/ ttttjertrettnet/ fn^his. To hold an effate 
ill coparceny, clll aut^ UUicrt^cilt ht^cn/Joalr d'un blen 
far indivis. 

Copartner, f Copfircener. 

Copartnership , ^te gefcllK^Oft ] focicte. "f. Coparcener. 

Cope.eiitc^ b{|cf)ef^ eber pncflci'!? rocf / chape. Under 
the cope of heaven, utitcr Hm offenm ^immd/ flUf bet 
VidXjous la vmfe de ciel,fous le ctel,fous lefirmmncnt. 'Tis 
the hneft thing under the cope of heaven , mfllt \)^X ttic^t^ 
ta)pncr£i in bee gan^cn m\Xi Un'efi rien defibeaufous le 
prmament. 

* To cope, tmfd)m, etmii awitmfcffm, uertflttfcl^cit/ 
tcTOcc^^lcn/ cin Mug um m ant>crt5 gcbcit/ changer, tro- 
quer ; in bic gaffe ^cvporge^en/ ^eraiH%he!i/ avaircer , fortir 

d'allgnement. To cope together, mtt ciliem fantpffeH/ ftrci- 
ten/ balgCH/ covAattre. * 'i'o cope right-hands , jim fcl^la- 

flcn/ fireldjcii fommen/ fec^ten/ fid;bn^eny fic^fi^lflgcn/ e« 

venir aux mains , etre auxprifes , fc haitre. We are able 

to cope with him , \m fonnen i^mfc^snbicfpi^cbteteny wi- 

terfic^ett/ y.ousjonmies en etatde lu'i fairs the. 
Cdpei, f. Coppel. 
-«' Copflmate, or copelmale, S". em niit'3?IW^/ compagjton 

ijieinerl)ant>lun9/ unajfode. 

Cdpie, (^ Copy, 

♦ Copier, cincr/beE«bf^rctbct/ro/>//?(?. 
Coping, ba^ tauf^^cn; bai5 fdmpffcti/ talgen, f<f)Iagen ; 

J>crai>jfelObetblef}>t^eciitC^ gctHUlbeiS/ I'ailion de changer, 
detroquer; combat ■■, le faite d\m batiment. The coping 

of a wall, ba^ (jcruorragen ciiier maucr/ avance , failiie 

d trAejnuraille. ' 

Copious, i)dufftg/iUn'tlufig/»8ll/r«»<^/ weitlduftis/ «•<•/>/• 

e«Ar, abondant, riche. 

C6piously»^flujfig/ mc^llc^/ ubctfluf ig/ ttxttlnuftrg ; eop- 

sujcment. 

Copioufiiesj bee uberflu^/ bieujeitldttftigFeit/ fulie; abon- 

dance. 

Cdpp, f. Cop. 

Copped ^ %o,i efnen fct)et'-'&uf(§ auf^ut; fpi^id/ '^/»<? ; 

fointu. 

Cdppel, ein pro5e=btcgel ; etne eajJcHe> coupe fie. 

Copper, bai^fupffcr/ cuivre. Molten copper , et^z >^- 
fetv. Cdpper-fmith ,. tin fupffcr-'fc^niibt / ouv^-ier qui trn- 
vaille en cuivre. A brewer's copper , cttl bvaU-Feffel/ brafr 
findebrafferie. Cdpper-platc, eiOC !upffeC-blatte boruuf JH 
^ti)Z\\, plavcbe. Co'pper-nofe,einc tOtfje fupffenc^te VS)\tt 
ne couperofe. 

Copperas, Mllten-Citrfcl couperofe. 

Cdppice^cdppis, cdpfe, ciu tcalb/ Wimvam'^9^xl^ad)t, 

minis. 

Copulition, bte jtifrti!ifneitl)rnbin»g/5ufanrntmpaarun9/fup* 
pdungv berlM:tjfit^«ff^'eflcr(cJ}lh:^e'»cnnlfc^inJ3> copulatjaw, 

foit 

' Cdpulrrtrivc, jnfflitfmenJinbenb, copulatif. 

Copy , einc afcfc^rift ; bad original eine^ bnc^e^ ; ettrc 

Wfthrtft ; m%fiW,-p\<Xt ,cop!e,double\ manufcrit ; txgmple; 

exemplaire. Acopy of verfes, ycr^ / abgefcf^rrcbenc ucrfc,. 
des vers , des vers copiez. Copy-book » ein uorfcljrift- bu^z 
'itn Irvre-d'exemp/es. Copy-money , baiJ gctb ; fo bcr Scrle-' 

it: bitn autori fur bag original jal)lct; oberbadgelbv fbuvan 
bc/i-bird)tjnrcff ni fur bje e,teii5}>larie!i etne^ l;tfcI>oj'/ u^ctni ?>?9C' 

brwft i^/grcbt/ I'm-gent quf Je tibrai^-e dt^avc it rautcurpoter 
facopie; oubien., I cygoit quvn donne aitx eompagnons d' 
ir>jp}iv7eriiyau lieu ik leur dinner des exemp^laires , lors 
gu'un livre efl acbsvc d 'imprimer. Cdpy-huld , eill Icljrt/ fy 



COP. COR^ 

efrtCnitrtgciDlffcnbebingnngcn Mi^Xfterrequi releve d'un 
fief. Cdpy-hold, copy-holder, cirt le^nmaun/ celui ^ui 

pojfcdc un Copy-hold. 

To copy our, ctroas? abfd)reibert/ co/>/tr. 

Cdpy'd our, aluKfcI)ricbcn/ copiC-. 

Cdpyino; out, \><xi nbfd}rcibc!l/ 1' action de copier. 

Coquelucho,cine gattnng betljanpt-flulTc/ ein^eftigerrni- 

flen/ cotfueltiche, ([uinte. 

Coquet, A. ycrliebt geil- coquet. 

Acoquet,5'.cinebtt^lemi/ cine aerlicBtefraucberjungfer/ 

une coquets. 

Coquettish , ecrlicbt oberDCrbuWt; «oquet, 
Cdquetrry, bil^ buijlcil; coquetcrie. 

Cdral, cinccorali; eine finb^r-flappeiT/ nu't einercoradimi 

tnt^t/corail; un hochet. 

Cdi-al,cdrallin, w bte fatbe »ber froft einer cpralle ^jc^ti 

coralin. 

Cdral-mofs, cdralline, ntecr-'niP§/for<7//«f. 

Cdrand, currand, cineSoJ'aHnc^'beer / ccrint^Cz grefellk 
Cdrand-trec, cin 3o^annc^'bceren-bnfd^/ ungrofetier. 

Cordnto, f. Courant. 

Corbel, edrbet, cdrbil , eirt flcfn / trag^oUj OTt etnci 

maucv/ rooraHf man bie balcfeu legt/ corbem., modi lion, 

confole. 

cdrbets , fjelett HI ter want) / in welc^e etmo^ \\\ feftcn/ 

des niches. 

Cord, cin fcil, jtricp/ etne fcOnW/ corde. A cord of wood, 
cine fla ftCf ^t\% ttne corde, deux voycs de bois. 

To cord up wood, ba^^pl^niit bem frricFemcffcn^ corder 

le bois, le mettre en membrure. 

Cordage, bie fcilC/ ftriifC/ Hi ^rtcFniercE r» %xxim, fc^tffC/ 

cordage, funin. 

Corded up, mif bcm|incfegemeffen/ cmde, misen nicm- 
brm'e. 

Cordelier, cui Srancifcmtcr/ I5aarfuffer^ mond^ ; cmde-- 

tier. 

Cordial, "^crBfiarcfenb ; ^ct^lic^/ cffcn^et^iS/ flufric^tig^ 
treu/»ertratit/forrt'/rt/, 
A cikdial, einc |>ev^''flarefitng < cin i^crtj-'fiardfcnbcr Xvxw^, 

un cordial. 

Cordially, ^f r^lic^/ BOn ^rfieH/ cordiakmefit. 
Cdrdialnefs, blC l)Crljliite ItCbC/ anfrid;tigf Cit; cordialitc. 
f Co/diner, cordwainci, ein %\Cc)\m&iiX , cerdomtier. 

Cordon, tin mancr-frniiB/ einc mauer'-fronc/ cordon. 

Cordovan-leather r (Qximw, COrbuanifd;c^ Icbcr/ coin. 
doiian. 

Core, bee Frob^ bc^ cbfW/ trognon. To be rotten \n 
I the core, inwenbig obcc iui grunbe bofc fei)n/ n'Mvorrpesle 

} fondbon. 

Coriander, forfanber/ror/i7»/*-^. Coriander-feed, C»rwtf* 
ber'faantC/^'V7/»f de curiandre. 

■ c»\rk,fpFdP4ol^/ jfant^ffcl 4) jl^ / iex^, ber banm / bafi ^ol$ 
laib bie rinbc; ein jlcpffer pon pantcffvl ; I)oIk ju «ner fiafcl^c k. 
liege; bouchonde liege. Cdrk-shoes, fd)U^e wiX pantOffcU 
^OlfJ ItTttCJlegf / des efcarpins. C«rk-ciitter, aWX i bCP V\t 
M>rcF- (tOfvfcl fdjircibct/ /«'/«'«'* de bonchons. 

To cork, paiitoffel^^ol^ an iXxtiXi R5fld)cn; cine fftv 
fA)c ^. mit pontoffcl -' ^oKj ituuft^^cii/ jujlepffen/ litgen 

i btucber. 

Corking, cinegroflTc bicfc nirtct/ J^roffe epirgh. 

Cckked, corkt , woraw man yantofel^ocl? gcmarf^t ; bfl* 
manbanutjagcKiH'fTtbat iiegc, boucht-. 

Cormorant, cill reniJcM'Ubc / eormorant. A greedy coi- 
moraiit, (w frafv pielfra^/ unglsuto •;. 

Ccf 



C Q R. < 

Cormudgeon , tin S«^HP / ciittordtt filg/ a» ^'^v, 
ttquin. 

Corn , bvi£ f c HI ai'tr■!i^ e / tic faat / ^/^. A" com of fait, 
Ctnraii; f:r A com on the toe, tin 

Uicbtcr:i , , , uh cors. Ycimealure 

another man's corr\ by youx own bushel, ' ail- 

tcrc nac& curet eUc» it)c'mcoiirt/ anOcrcr.i. . ij>ie 

if^t,,z'Oiii' mtfurez les autres a vSife aulm. To give the 
hories cheL- com , ten rfcr&ctijjab£r gebcn , dinner I' a- 
zwn€ /TUX cbevaux. Com - loft , cm f crtJ - ht^tn,gr£fticr. 
Com-chandler, tinix , bcr a(krljiwi& forn »crfau(ft ven- 
dsiir de pains. Com-rqie, cillC hriutofc , f (orper - rcfC/ 
coquelicot. Com-faliet, rtcfcrlatticfe / ldmracr4atti<^ , md- 
cke. C««n-cutter, eiaCT/ t{t t»« ^uno^augdi f<^Hd&Ct / ceu- 
fettr decers. 

To com, (tnai fatecn, mitful^ bmmm, beff rengcrt , fiut- 
powder, fomic^ |»ul»er mot^cit/ e^ i« flciHcn 

djwt/ /iir^ <i In foudre grenue t it reduire en 
gru-.i. 
Comage, &tc anflagc tt«t »Xi^ Ecnti impStfur h hU. 
Corneli, befrrcuct/ ratt fai8 ht\TfXtn%tt, faupoudrij fale. 
CVnel, cornel-berry, conjcl-becr/ t^crlcitl/ cornouilU. 

Cornel -tree, fin tt)tcrlem -- baum / >83cl|'<icr firfc^baum/ 

cui~ncuUlei\ 
Cornelian, a comelian-ftone , etM Camiefi-flem/ cerw*- 

/"..„,. .: „ . ^ jIj. . jj j^ aincf d/ ^ e/», /o^&. Comer - fto- 

r.e pierre du coin. A corner-honie, c tO (Cf -^ 

o < .. L-c/w. Made comer-wife , ecf i<^t gcmat^t/ 

: a angles. Inacomer, iw cincm n>ii!CEcl/ ^Ctm^ 

^<--'\\ , dans un coin, enfecret. Comers of ri- 

:crl)eugun9ctt t\nt^^^ti,Iescoudesy Usre- 



COR. 



Mr 



Cornered, ^tcdtt; coude. Two -cornered, or three- 
comer'd, n>a^ jroep O&Ct brco Ctfcn ^at/ qui a deux ou trois 
angks. 

Comer, tiw littt! ; eitt corttct, em rctttcr^f«^nrw^ ; on 
Umnti fiim^tHcft/ forrf-binbc tet rect'ber; ctn inftrumcnt, 
tvontit man &en ffcrbcn juc aber I4|i; cine tutc, cornet; 
cvrnette; comae i come if signer un cbevaiy un comet de 
papier. 

Cornice, coraish, fcer \xiX\)X% eb<n <m cificr fdule ibw 

rttOUcr carr.'.-h-:. The comish of the roof of a coach , titl 

"tl ' \\{^t, goatiere de carrejfe. 

C -^Jt .-rvjr. 

t : ra^cr / comard., cocu. 

T nKidftn, /aire comard. 

Cor;.a:y.a, j ... ' t ^a'cw af.iit coi-nard. 



Corollary-, eiiifo^, l>cr ausciitem »ot{>cr^c^cnt(it9Ci09cn 

WUrb. corolliiire. 

Coronkion, bie Eroming unb tinmi^ms cinc^ Sonigs, 

couronnementtjacre. 

Coronel, |'. Colonel. 

Coroner, crnv.-ner , ciit bcamtcr , bcT m nafimeu ber troiio 
iicott iroolfT .^'i^crn utittrjudicn mm , ob cin gefunbeucr toDtcr 
Uic^nam um bad lebcn gcbtac^t reorbciw obcr ob er cine? 
noturlicfectl tcbc^ SCftcrbcn , offider quia rittfpe.lion fur les 
meurtres. 

Coroner, (in franfi in wncra f<^iU>c, coaronne. 



Curpord, S. eiil forswat ; ba^ fttc^» t>««if bcr ISi^tfJcJia' 

tie fjCJIiC!! legt/ caporal ; corporal. 

Corporal, .<4. Iciblitf)/ corporel. To take a corporal oath* 
ci!icn CCrpcrlic^C.l Cijb tfjUJl/ prher fernuut fur lesfaintt 
evaagiles. - 

Corporally, Icibliificr rocife, amUilt/CorporelleTnaa. 

Corporate , id tin corpus ijcretni^cr / icas cine geitietste 
mad^ti qui formeum communaute, unienun corps. A cor- 
porate body , eiue gnnciney due incorporirtc ge feUff^aft/ 

une comir.unauti. 

Corporation, cine gcmd«C/ gcfcUfv^afit/ b«^ gatffcc gtmditf 

mfcn i comniuttause. Goiporation-town , ctne {unfttg^ 
^ibt: vlJlemitnicipale. 

Corporafcire, bic Icti^Cflalt , bicbttfc bc^ Id&C< / corf age, 
corpulence. 

Corporeal, corporeally, f. Corporal, corporally. 

Corps, cin cocpcr/ Icidjnant/ robtet Icib/ bjc Icjc^^C/ «« <:»r/x 
«rj»T. Coips-de-gard, em toac^-^OMS ber folbatcn , ttn corpt 
degarde. 

Coipixlency, big bicfC/ bie fettiifdt &» Ui&C^/ eorpth- 
lence. > 

Corpulent, bicf , fett/ flarcf / jr#j <&• ;fr.T/, 

Corpus-Chriiti-day, \io,i 5to^nldc^aam^^fe#/ la Feu- 
Dieu. 

Corpufde, dn Iciblcitv laft- ttdnbldit/ corpufcuU, atom. 

Corrant, \. Courant. 

Corred, DcrbejTctt c^sc feeler, correS. 

Correft, Adv. ol)ne \CCj\iX, correflement. 

To correct, ctwiw corrtgircii/ ocrbcffertt, dnbcnt/ ja 
red)te l)diTett ; Unbcrti, niinbcm, mdcigen; firafcn/ juc|- 
' tigcn ; mit rocrtcn ftrafcn , bcilrafen , coiriget; rmdre cor- 
, reH ; temper er , diminuer ; chatier ; re prendre. My 
; watch correiils the fun, mcinc ul)r gc^ct ricbtiijcr als btc 
! fomiC/ ra^ ": ;-f-v iv-:^/? le foleil. P. To correct the ma- 
gnificat, c; aftcfac^ctabclnsbcr bciTcr raoc^cn bjoI- 

\m, point :... , ijer. 

j Corrected, DCCbeiTcCf , gednbot/ it- corrige. 

\ Correcter, f. Correftor. 

! Correcling , ^ni OcrbciKtU/ K. I'affton de corriger^ ifc. 
f. To correct. 
Correction, bie tjcrbcffcrung, dnbcruag ; \\x^t. fimfc, be- 

i ^gfung/ iU<^ti9mig/^i)/-rf<'7.>«,a.'77fjMV»»(fwr punition. Un- 
der correition , rait crlmbnif , fauf corre^^oH. Houie qf 
correftion, cin jUC&r-baUK, ir.aifon decorrefiion. 

Correaive, »erbciTcrnb , nidviaenb ; due utdBi^'omg / dm 
flrfiticp brednctunbcrnitdrcfcoberfc^drifeucrcinacrt/ mi^ii 

get, coiTcctif, A. £?* S. 

Correctly, o{)ne feBkr# !tnbt^€tt,corre^fement. 

Corrianels, ber ;uft3:!& ct'tcs binges, fe jjcrbctfcrtiii/ »bec 
gewau unb mit flcit; gent-clii iit, exactitude. 

Correftor, cin ocrl'ciTcrcr, rtuffehcr com^cur. Acotre- 
^oroftheftaplc, dnprot)iJ:it^coi:imi}7adtte obcr prowant- 
fi^rdbCf/f/Jfrcoa commis d'une it ape. 

Correiadve, bae fjcb aufctwae ht\i^tX,corrtlatif. 

To correfpo'nd, mit cincm ccrreiponbcnB r^cccn,- \\^ 
ju en»a^ fc^cfcn ober rcimen^ bamit uberdnfcwracii/ cw- 

j refpor.drc. 

I Correfpdndence,bie^aubeW*gcmetnfc6aft urttet abtee^ 
:;rbncf-recc^iclj ia9»ei#diUmip/ ubcrdn^mmung/ 

.icnce. 
I orrejpondeat, 5bcrciilfommcn&, cffw/ffT/wr, Tllbecor- 
; refpondenttoyourcomnumis, tc6 retU rai(^ HCC^ CUTCK be- 
i fet»lcn ri£^ICil,jV me conformerai u vo: ordres. 

^ A correfpdadent , ber mit darm (l^^g bnefe tttii>\di 
T - cber 



i48 



COR. 



obcr cotrcfponbcit^ Pflc^tt, tin utttattUt fre«nt>/ «« coy- 

rrfpondaat. 

Corrider, corridor, cltt UiufUV WCg O&crgntig/ cor- 
r'ldor. 

Corrigible, tfl^ fid^ ijcrtcffcm obcf antcni l«|!/ ^;///e 

j>f«/ corriger. 

Corrivai, cin mitbufjUt/ mitttjcrber/ ter mit eitiem urn 

etlVfl^ an'^dlt/ competiteur. 

To corroborate, ctiua^ fidrcfcii/ ucrjlarcFt'U ; bcfrflfftigeti/ 

Ifeflrt I'iilCtt/ corroborcr \ fort if er. 

Corr<5borated, geirdl'cFct/ JC. corrobore, liffc. 

Corroborative, jiarcFent)/ l)cr{J(lnrcfen^, cot-'olmatlf. A 
corroborative argument, tin fmiUv htlKiUljWni / un puif- 
fant argument. 

To corrode, txxoix?> jcrfreffcuy icrktffcrt/ au^kt'lTett/ m%i 

ffClTCH/ icrnagctl/ currodtr. 

Corroded, JcrfrcjTeit/ corrode. 

Corroding, S. tia^ JcrfrcffctT/ XCrbfiffett/ PaSlion de cor- 
roder. 

Corroding, A. jerffeffctlt)/ ^CtjTcnb, au^bciffenb/ qui coy 
rode, corrojif. Corroding cares, tie llflgfUbm forsetl/ ^« 
yiz/Kj' rongeans. 

Corrody, f. Corody. "^ 

Corroiion, bfl^ s«rfrcffeit/ einbct(Tctt/ auebcijfen/ c-or- 

rojton. 

Cdrrofive, jcrfreffcnt*/ atieibeiffcnb/ ^mcitikiffcnb/ ccrrojtf. 

Cdrrofivcncfs, ite jevfveffcnbe art/ qualite corrojive. 

* Corrugated, gerunt?elt/ gerumpifet/ rldL 
Corrupt, ucrborbeH/ tJcrfaalct/ fdjlinmt/ bofe; Dcrfu^rct/, 
aerberbt/ uerfalfc^t; bcftoc^eii/ elngcnommen/ corrompu, 

mauvah ; deprave, abatard'i ; gngne. 

To corrupt, cttwa^ ux\>ix\)i\\, ucrfalfd^ctt, ftincfenb/ faul 
tbcr bofc mac^eit;' ii\Mi fiiificcfen, »crgifftetti cinen cer^ 
fu^rca; cineti niit <iclli« k{}ed}en; foulctt/Ucrfflulcn/ScrmO' 
tern, eerbcrbcn/ fd^limnt/ bofiv \<x\\\ cbcc ^indPeub ttjerben/ 

corrompre; fe corro7npre. To corrupt a garrifon, btC foU 

baten, fo in etitcr bcfajjung Mt^cw, sum abfaU bereb^n, /ra- 

tiquer une garnifot}. To corrupt witnefTes, falfc^C iCUgeU 
flnfielleil/ Jubomer des temoins. 

Corrupted, Serberbet/ iJcrbcrbett/JC. corrompu^^c. f.To 
corrupt. 

Corrupter, citi tjcrbcrbcr/ »erfHf)rcr/ bcr mit gdb bc^t'c^t/jc. 

'forrupteur, fuiorneur, qui corrcmpt, ^'r. 

Corruptibility, bic t)crrcc6itd)feit corruptibilite. 

Corruptible, Denueflid)/ bcr jjerrocfuiiS/ vcrfaulung untcr- 

tSOrffen/ corruptible. 

Corruption, bic vjcmefuttc!/ jcrf^orutt?/ tierbcrbuttg; uer- 
fauhuig; dtcr/tiiatme; flo^ccfuttg; bcjlcc^ung mit sclbc/ 

^9rruption. 

Corruptive, letC&t DCtbetbcnb/ <Jn|tccFcnb/ propre a cor- 

'rompre , pefiilentiel. 

Corruptly, jierberbt/ falfc^/ »oll fef)lcr ; garflig*, frciilofe, 

nic^t rebiid)/ roibcr Vk btllicifcit/ ^/'«Kf- maniere peu corre- 
fle; faleinent; de mauvaife foi, coiitre la droiture. 
Corsiir, cttl corfflt/ feertiubct , corfaire. 

Cdrie-prefcnt, m gefdKitcf/ fo citt jJcrbetiber b«m pncfler 

Obcr bcr 6irci)C Ucrmflt^t, prefent mortueire. 

Corslet, corfelct, cin bnifi=l)ariitfd)- brufl-fluch etn brei- 

tCt gurtcl/ corfelct , /or/e wV ceinture largt. 
•f Corslet, cin ^Mqucnivet/ piquier. 
Cdrtin, f. Courtin. 
Corvet,f. Curvet, &c. 
CorviicT, f. Cordiner. 
*CoruiGant,fcf;cilKnb/ gliinfjcnb/ ^i% reluifantybrillant. 



COR. COU/ 

* Corufcation, eift fc^eitt/ glatl^, hrillmt, lueur. 

To cdfen, &c. f. To cozen, &c. 

Cd-fine, Hi complementunj ciuc^ radii, complement du 
rayon a vn quart de cerc^. 

Cdfmcticks, allctlct) I);'tl>|c^cr jicMt^ unb flcitiobieit "^t 
tveibcr ; roaflTet bic ^(xwX {i\)'ii'ai \\\ moc^cti / bijoux i eaux 

pour re7tdre le teint beau. 

Cdsmetick, adj. mi jum »uftew ob« jicttat^ gcljorct/ 

cosmetique , ^»/ yt'?-r « embellir. 

Cofmdgrapher, eiltcr bet bic XittM bcfc^teibct/ cofmo- 
graphe. • 

Cofmographical , jw cillCt tVCltbcfi^rfibung ge^Wiff/ fOJ- 
mographique. 

Colmdgraphy, fine ttjeltbcfcfjtcibuiig/ cofmographie. 

Cdflet.^ein Hxi\m,U\b, fullcii/jc. fo o^iie tt"c mutter nuf- 

Ctjpgcil i\ti agneau, poulin, &c. ekve fans la mere. 

Cdft, bie unEoftcti/ fofteu; "Qix ?tci^/ wr rtt)/ /r/7/> ; prix. 
He has loft both his labour and coft, ct Ijat bcpffcit tinb 
malft baratt ttCrlO^rcit/ // a perdu fa peine &fvn argent. 
It will not quit coft, c^ })crlof)IICt fid; bic ViX'A^t \\\&fX, eS 

trdgt l\^ tiiul)c nic^t o^xiA, e^ i(i bie mu{)e iiicf)t roertf)/ /f 

^V« ne vaut pas la chandelle. P. Much worship, much 
coft, grcjfc e'f)rc foflct Cit?en Wel/ /^J honneurs eoutent. 

To cdft, fofletl/ couter. 

Cdftard, f. Cuftard. 

Cdfter-monger, cijt obfI'Mnblcf/ fruitier. 

Cdftivc,ilD)>ffcnb/ beii Icil) I'ciftopffci'.b; fcflttU'iblg / bcf 
citien ucrfiojjfften Uih l)Ot/ ^«/ corfiipe -, coftipe. 

Cdftivenefs, \>ai flppffett/ bic cigeiifd)ijft bcu Icib iU uetJj 
|?opffeni bie yetjlopffung bei^ lcibe^/w/« ifiringente-, con- 

flipatioft. 

Cdftly,y^. i1:)t\itt; fpjibar/ Ih^Xi^, fjerrlic^, prac^ttg; 

Oert^Ulici^ / »erfdbn5eiTberifc^ / cher-, jo?nptueuxi qui fait 
de grandes depenfes. Coftly colours, ifi ciltC art bc? fat* 
tcn^fpic!^ jroifc^cn JWer) pcvfonCH/ forte dejeu de cartest 
entre deux perfoftnes. 

Cdftly, ^^-y. fo(lbnv/ prrtd)ti3, uetfci^wenberif(^//ow/'/«- 

eufeinent, avec arande depenfe- 

Cdftrel, eitie^art cillcr flafc^C/ /("'^P ^<-' buuteille. 

t Cot, cine \)\xtU; jufintmenflefccubc/ gcritige/ ati^gc- 
roorffcue rooUC/ cabane; rebut de laine. Sheep-cot, eilt 
fdjaf-ftrtll / etable a brebis. 

Cdtacje, f Cottage. 

Cdtclets, f. Steaks. 

Cotemporary, ber JU ciitet jcit gelcbet contemporain. 

Cdtquean, Dct fia^ gertic in ber ttsdbcr <!cfd)n!ftc eiii-- 

mifd}t/ tin homme qui fc mile trop des ajf aires de femme. 

Cottage, eiiie t)uttC/ eiti baucr-l^nuelciit/ cabane. 
Cottager, eitttt/ <inc/ fo in einor fleinen t)utte reo^net/ 

celui, celle qui demeure dam une cabane. 

•J- Cdttarel, f. Cottager- 

Cdttish , ^//y. e.g. A cottish man, or a cot, f Cot- 
quean. 

Cdtton, baumwoUe/ coton. Cotton- tree, baumtvoH' 
baitm/ ic coton. 

To cdtton, rauc^/ t)aric?)t fcptt; wo^l »on ffattett ge* 
^cii/ wol)lgeliiigcii; ubercinilimmen, ubercinFcnimen / fic^' 
f<iicfcil Obcr rcimcn,/f cotomer; reuj/ir; s' accoider, 
quadrer. 

Couch, couch -bed, citt ^mlUtt, couc/jette. 

* To couch, ctiva^ bcpjciffcn, jufammen faffcw, foffcii, 
jufimmcn fKicn; fid) ouf ben bofcii lc,(te;i / [:d; biii auf 
bic crbc bicgci!/ ci!icn: ju fuff*:" liwe»/ cow prendre ;fi 
coucher. To couch in writing, (twai? fd;tirTtlict) ucrtniTcur 

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<»nnw<Crt/ flUflcSCtt/ eoucher, mettre par ecrit. To couch I Covetable , CCrlattgen^ ^mxt^ , tt)unfc^en5 - Wertfi / WO^l 
the lance, bic lart{^e inll/ ftciff ^a'tCH; wmr^ la lance en I IBCrth \\X IDunfcftcn, de/irablcfoubaitable. 



arret. To couch an eye, betl fta^r HedjCH, /fv^ /</ ftf- 
Utrafie ei'un oeil. 

Couchant, Uegenb/ coucblmt. 

Couched, iUfoniracngcfaffrt , i(. ajfemble^ <tfc. f. To 
couch. 

CouchentU; f. CurdieneaJ. 

Coucher, cm fc^rcibcr/ ftatt-fc^rclber; £i£tor, greffier \ 

facieur. 

Couch-grafs, couch-weed, tjUHb^.-grflS/ cblen-dent. 

Cove, 5'. i.g- Pidgeons-cove, cin trtu5cn;nc|l/ boul'm, 
ou Us flgeons ccuvent. 

Covenable, f. Convenable. 

Covenant, ctii tjcrtrag, oergUtt^; bunb/ 6unbni§/ per- 

ojrdi alliance. Covenant-breaker, ber CtllCIl 

.,. ciiicn sjcrtiag nl^(l)dlt/ «« vlolateur d''alli- 

a;;.v i^:^ ^/^ contrail. 

To covenant, aitgclobcn/ ciitcH Bunt)/ ccrtrag mac^cn/ 

cillCIl Pcrgkic^ trcffetl- conver.ir,Jlipuler. 

Covenanted, angdotct/ tag in cincm bun&e ctcr ucr^ 

trdgc C'.tt' /lltCil {^, Jtipuli},({ont on eji demcure d'acccrd. 

C:j\ tranter, bcr cincii htiib iiittdS^t/ fcct iu'ciiiem »cr- 
tuniMiip gebbrcr, &.\ rottirer/ llguiur, qui ejl de la ligue. 
Coveut, f. Con\enr. * 

Cover, cm bccfcl auf ciitcr fc^uffcl; ein bcdcl auf cittern 
tcpif !>t>cr Eruj; tic female, ber bant) cincs bud)c3 ; bet urn- 
fcblag urn ctncri bricif; eiiic entfc^ultigung/ cin Dcr»an&/ 
fc()cin/ i)C\imai!tcl/ couvre-pLu ; couvenle d un pot; cou- 
verture d^un livi-e; ccuve-.t d'une lettre; cou-L-ertuye, pre- 
texts. A cover, citt uWa niit cincr fcrvicttC/ raciTcr^gabcl 
Unt Ibffcl barauf/ un couvert. 

To cover, tive^^i jjccfcii/ bcbecfcii, jiit'ccfen; ficrbcrqcn/ 
tjcrklcii; bcradntel;!/ bcKljouen; jufullcri/ iuinad^eiii {\>a^ 
iBeibkin) bcfpritigen/ t"ccfeit, couv.ly, viettre a couvtrt -, 
celer; pallia- \ remp'ir; s' accoupLr avcc. To cover 
over, bc&CCff!t , jutccfc 1 tUvai itmi thuih ceuvrir. To 

cover, rait mldcn ubcriicl)en,m'ib<;; tmidd, fintlcr ma^cn, 

couv,ir de nuagcs, ohfcurcir. 

Covered, bc^fCfcl/JC. couvert yiffc. Be covered, bcbccfc 
er fic&/ fcljc cr fcinen^Ut a»fy couvrez. vous, mettez vetre 
cbap:au. 

Covering, V\i bctFc- betccFuna, ba^ bebccfcit/ jc. I'aSlion 
de couvrir, ^c. f. To cover. 
fcetttCifC/ uKe couver:ure. 

Coverlet, ciilC WZ'.hv.i bctt-bccfC/ ccuverture. 

Cover -slur, ci:i {-SlbJCnucl/ une fauff'e mancbe. 

Covert 



tl=1C 

fichcil fan, ct!l CVt bcr jutluc^t/ convert; cavrrns; abr , 
luu. de refuge. Under the covert of certain houfes, 
mux bcm bac^e CtIid)Ct \)mkv,a couvert de quelques mai- 
fvns. A ccvcrtj cover at table, )' A cover. 

Covert -baron, fonme covert, tint »crf)envat^etc fcaM, 

At mxttx bcr gcroalt unb \^im cme^ et>cmaanc^ tjt/ «»^ 

Tcmme mariee. 

Covertly, \)%mXx^ , CCtborgctt; tcrbCCft, cotevertementy 
en fecret. 

Coverture, tk bebecFung, bccfe; ber jufranb citicr ocrfjcij-' 

rafnctcn fr^U, ccuverture; ret at d'ur.e femms marine. 

To covet, etnj^s kgc'oren, baraatft ^ehlikrt, Rju-i}c{):n, 
rcrl.lilie:: , convuuer. P. All covet, all lole, nj>r aiiC'' 
f- ibcn iriil, ocrlicrit a!lc^, n>cr fid; 3at ju uid untckcW, 
;c madji gar nid;t^ «U^, ^a/ trap endfrajjiy piu itretHt. 



Coveted, begcl)rct , ccrlanget/ emunfi^ct/ corrvoltiy 

fouhaite. 

Covetous, bcgierig/ luilcrit ; geimg/9cfi>3«?i3/ farg/ ftlHi3/ 

gclbfuc^tig/'H.'/Vif; /rrw^. 

C6vetou.sIy, gct^tg/ ^?TVf avarice. 

Covetoufnefs, ija^ bcgc^rcti/ eemngcnj gciJ?/ gclbgeifi/ 
forg^cit/ 9clb;rucl)t /<?>/«■: i^-'"'^^^- 

Cove)', f. Convey. 

Cough , bcr {)U|lcn / Into'ux. Chin -cough, \. Chin. 
Church-yard -cough, f. uiltCT Church. 

To cough, birfieiw tvujjer. To cough out, fiarcf ^U^ 
flen ; mit bcni bujiciJ bcrauf britigeri, toajjer fort -, rendre 
en toujfant. I thought 1 should cough my heart out, ic^ 
bacftte, mcin krfec murbc mir mit bcm fuitca au3 bcm Uibc 

t^Wxmv.Xt J ai per.fd crever a force de toujfer. 
Coughing, ttoi^ ^UJlCH/ r afiion de toujfer. 
Covie, f, Qovy. 

Covin, covine, ci« ^ciiiilic^ wtjlanbnip mit bcm gcgcn- 

t^eilC/ berrug/ collttfion, fraude. 

Coul, eitie fufc/ cin lubct/ iubecUin ; cine mutK^^-fappC/ 

ir;«?f, cuvette; capuchon. 

Could, ba^ imperfei5tum com verbo can. I could not 
love her, ic^ fontc fie nic^t Ucb baben/.;V m pouvois pas 
I'aimer. I (hived ail that ever I could, icfi fjabc CS mit 
ganBcr ma($t ucrfucft/ je fis tous ma efforts. 1 could 
love her well enough, ic^ !ontC flC »cl)l licbcn.jV I'aime- 
rois affez. I could wish he were here, ic^ HJCltC/ ba§ CC 
bier tedre je fouhaiterois qu'il fit ici. I could have done 
if, 'x<&i fbnte eg gctl^an babcn / je Vaurois peu faire. It 
I happened as well as could be, ee fbttte nic^t bC|Tcr fetjtt/ la 
I choferciisfit fcrt beureufement. He was as bufie as could 
; be about it, cr »ar fefjr jleimii bruber %ix, H s'appHquoit 
I einiirement a cela. 1 could tuid in my heart, ic^ burffte 
balb/ ii fommt mir citie lufi oil/ // me prend envie. 
Coulis, f. Cullis. 
Coulter, ciii rffug-cifeit, coutre. 
Counccilour, f. Counfellor. 
Council, cine firc^en^ocrfammlung/eltic terfammlung ber 
geiftlicfjfcit • ber ratb/ bic ratJ)2'»crfflmmlui!g ; ein ab»oeat, 
ctrtcile; corf til; avocat. The King's learned council 
at law, ber foniglic^e aboccat in untcr-gcriittcn./ r avocat ■ 
A covering for a bed, cine j du Roi. O.ne of his Majefty's pri\y-couiicil, cin fottig- 
lic^cr gckinitr Xlt\}, confei/ler du Roi enfon confeil prive. 
Common -council, ber jlabt^rat^/ cir.feil de la villc. 
Council -chamber, ^k rati)g - f ammcr/ ^k rat{)ij-ratbe/ ber 

Council-board, bCP 



Covert, cin i&imliitiX Cbcr mit tdlinjcn bcbecfter ort; ; rath , chambre du corfil, le confeil. 

H bole ba^ lager cincs rcilbe^; t\\\ tit, ac* man banmtcr ' xat^i'Ai^ta;^, table du confil. 



Counfel , tin rfit^ , r'stilfcrjittjg / confeil. Take counfel 
of your pillow, beb.ucftt eutj^ ini bettC/ was ibr tf)un foUf/ 
lalnuit vous y avifera. To keep counfel, einci'lC^C bcim* 
lid) fallen / feincn munb bfl»on nic^t flufrbuit/ etre fecret^ 
avoir bonne boucbe. As if our underftanding were of 
couniel for our frailties, clc(cf)f4m al? cb unfcr »cn!au5 
unfcrn fc^tt)ad>|jeitcii gunftig ware / comme fi n6tre juge- 
mtnt favorifoit nos defauts. A covjnfel, eirt ttbl'CCat/ f iir* 
fprccbtT' un avocat. 

To counfel, cinem tic^-xi ratf»cn, '\%vX mtrx rath rtcbcfi/ 

X&\t'C'!)t\\v.\ , confeiile-r. To counfel to the contriry, 

efitcm cr.css retberratljen' nbrat^er./ bag gegeiitpicl ratljen; 

t^!,'T:id.!\r. 

Counfellabl^, adj. mi rat^fam \^,a prcposjce que I'on 
d</l; citfeiller. 

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CoimfcUor, cirt J-at^gekt/ mU^m, iat^, eonfdlley. 
A counlelior (at law) cjti rttuccnt/ i\xx\md)tx , un avocnt. 
JPnvy - couiifdlor, ciu UmQM(i,)ZX gc^eiilier X<a\, conjdUer 
d'etat. 

Count, ciu au»I4ni)ifc^cr ©caf; cine for&erung Dor gc- 

ric^t/ Cin yrocef*/ eillC flage/ «7;;/e; (/cmana'e. f, rtu4) Ac- 
count. Count - book, f. reciter DvuiitetL 

To count, cttuasj rcc^ticu/ icl)lcu, auorcc^neri/ uScrfc^la- 
geii; al^ubeii/ fcafiir ^oXtm, flitteit/ ^<?n/^r; <r;w>?, /^wr, 

ejiimer. 

Count-book, eitl fcf)Ulbcit;Duc^/ llvre de compte. 

Counted, gerccf)i!ct, gcje^Ut; geac^tct/ flc^altcit/ t'wr/ 

<:(?«;/• ; /<';;«, qui paffe poui: 

Countenance, 606 aiifc^ctt/ 9cficf)te/ t)if gctcibung otei* 
flcllHuq bciS angcfid)^; ba^ angcficOt/ aittufi; c^re, crcbit, 
atifcf)cn; fiiific, mmM^mq , Wffc , LH'rtf^ctbisi!ii9 / be- 

fc^trmunfl, flUIlft/ contettance -, v'tfnge , face; credit; ap- 
pui y foutien, pyote^ion. You put me out of counte- 
nance, i^t bcfd)dmct wxpi , mnc*)t iitic() ju fc^anbcti/ wj/x 
f«i' morttficz: I was quite out o£" coy iitenance , tc^ fjat; 
fc nici'.ic!! \\\\\i\) unb farbe t^erlobrcit/ jVVwV ?<;«/ deconcer^ 
tC', decvntenancc- That made hxni alter his countenance, 

baiJ niflc{>tC/ baf' cr fetne fiick ijcrljo^r/ ^f/« /w" ^<f changer 

di couleur. 

To countenance, ftttiTi^ julaffctt/ Icibctt/ vcrgo.nnctt, gc? 
nctat/ gunftig fcntt/ gttntl emetfcii/ t'crtkibigeit/ fluebelffctt/ 
l)cfc^imieti ; anfn'fc^cit/ aufmuntcrn; iiereii/ etn otifcl)cnge^ 

^Ctt/ permettye, favoripyy fouteit'n; proteger s encourager ; 
orner. 

Countenanced, gdittClt/ «ntcr^a(tCrt / K.per7ms,foutc- 
9111, (i^r. * She's as pretty a countenanc'd woman as one 
shaii lee, fic i\t ciiic \'c^v'\)i\b\d)c,\\kta\isw])lQi(talU\xau/ 
e'eft tine femme qui a fort bonne falcon. 

"Countenancer , cin gonncf/ citicr bcr "it^x \\\\i^t, leibet/ 

t>«rgOItIU't/ "K. fmiteur, celuiqiii perjnet, qui favorife, (ifr. 
Countenancing, bil^ IcibCIl/ VCrgOniiCIl/ X /'ad/on de 
pcymcttre, de favorijer, ifc. 

Counter, 5'. <i\\\x%^)i\\'i\% ,Xi^v\Mti'-, cttt rcdjctf^pfcn- 
nig/ iat)l-'pfeiinig ; ciit gcfaiigiii^ fur btc fcl^ulbner/ contolr\ 
jetton \ pyifoff, ou fon met ccux qui font arretezpouy dette. 

Counter, A. ivibcrujrtrtig / iuttjiber/ cntgcgen gcfe^t/fo»' 

tyairc, oppofe. 

Counter, Adv. eiitgcgctt/ njibcf/ iutttibcr/ gegcn {Mx, gc- 
gcti eiwanbcr; im gcgentf>cil/<:t«/;T» nu contrdre. To 
run counter, ju roibci' fct)tl/ 04 twibcrfcfiCH/ s'uppofer. 

Countcrballance, basj gcgcn»gcn)icf)t/ contyepoids. 

To countcrballance , eiiiciti biiige "io^i gcgeiigcn)lcf)t 
tbcr n5«9C {)altcn» glcic^ Did wdgett/ glciil) yicl gciteu/ ckti 

fo Uiel au^tragctl cbCF IVCrt^ fcon/ OjlJ/ contrebalancey, ccn- 
tyepefer. 

Countcrbalianced, bctlt ctltJfl^ feaS gegctlSfWid^t $bcr btC 
wage ()(J(t/ )C. contreb/ilauce. 

Countetband , f. Contraband, 

Counter-battery , dllC gcgctt^battcric / jldlUHg bc^ g€;: 
fc^UKCg gcgctt boij feinblic^C/ contrebatterie. 

Counter-bond, cttic gcgcti-'VcrfcOvcibung/ btc ciiicf/ bcr ci- 
tictt buracn ftcllct/ fdnem bilrgcu ju bcfTcn Dcrfic^criing gic- 

}^iX, obligation que 4a perjotmc pour qui I' on a yepondu 

dontie a fu caution pour fon affcurancc. 

Countcr-chin^c, dit taufcJ// ivcd)fil contrc'cbange. v 
To counter-ciiangc , ctwa^ Dtrtaufd^cn / TOc^elcti/ aul* 

m6)i\tX^, cha7igcr,troqucr. 

Counter-chiirge, "iiOLi gcgenfc^dt«t/ recrimination. 
CQixnccf-chirm , citlC <^^^%\\M\<X^x\>%tm<i 1 contrecharme. 



C O If. 

Counter-check, ctue gcgcti^tiibdujtg / ee3ett'k|h''.n'uii3# 

ccnfure reciproque. 

To counter- check, dncn toicbcr fc^dtcn, obcr bcfrrflfetr^ 

UOIt bci)bcn tl)cilch Cilltnibcr U^dw, reprendre , ceiifurer 
rcciproquemer.t. 

Cpunter-check'd, wic'bcr 9Cfcf;oUcil, gctabdt/ cenfurc 
rcciproquement, 

Counter-componed , contra-componirt , otTcT jufant- 

nicnacfcijt/ (in bcrwrtpcii-'funfi,,) c^mre^componL 

Counter-cunning, l\i gcgcu-'fifl/ centra-foieffe. 
Counter-dilh'nftion, bcf g^gCHfaH, oppofhion. 
Counterfeit, «ac^gctl)fl(i, iioc^gcdlfet ; fsUfc^, Dcrfdrfcf>f, 
uiitcrgcfd^ebcti/ citigcfc[;obcn ; crbicfjtct, uerfldJct/ contre- 

faity I mite; faux,fuppofe\ feint ^ dijfmulc. 

A counterfeit, eitl bctrugcr , cincr,^ dm, fo fici^ ucritcUcf, 

un four be, un dijjimule, une dijfnnu/ce. 

To coCinterfeit, ctTOrt^ liac^t^tni, ltfl(feflffc!t/ tiacBa^i 
metti \a\\m<X) crbicl;tcii obcr crfiinbctt/ ycrfdli'dKit/ mtix- 
|d}tckn , dnfdiicbcit ; ftc^ ftctlcn, lu^rfidlcii/ ctrea^ fdlfchlicft 

\i'i^X<ii^m I contrefatre , imiter; cor.trouver , invent er,f up- 
pofcy; feindre. To counterfeit coin, falfd;c mun(?e ma- 
d;c:t/ fajye la fnuffe monnoye. To counterfeit devotion, 
hoimefs, fief; fitibdc^tig, ^dltg lldlCll/ faire le devot , le 
faint. 

Counterfeited, nac^gct^gjl/ I,C. cmtrefuitt is^c. f.Goim- 
terf eit U!|b .to counterfeit. 

Coijnterfeiter, ciiicr bcr nati^flffct; eitl glei^ttcr; crbi^* 

tcr/ »crfd(fcf;cr/ imitateur, contre-faifeur; inventeur,fauS' 
faire. A counterfeiter of coin, cttt fffC^cr mu^jjcr/ »» 

Counterfeiting, baS tlflc^t^utt/ K. Taftien de centre- 
faire, zfc. 

Counterfeitiy, ffllfc^lic^ , bctrfiglic^ , gteifncrifc^cr jjcr- 

fiC liter TOCifC/ d'une nianiere feint e. 

Counterfoil, or counterftock, 5". f. Counter-tally. 

Counter-fugue , i". (in mufick) bcppdtcfuga, \.\\\iiX 
fing^'fltltjt/ contrefugne, tcrme de mufique. 

Counter-lath, citic gcgctllattC/ contreh'tte. 

To counter-ldth, lattctl gcgcti lUci* auffd^liigCH/ comrc' 
latter. 

Countermjind, e(n 9cgcti4cfc^I/ clfic jun'tcEfobcruttg/ 

contreinandement. Countermand of a will, \>\,i. Utigilltig* 
fcit cities tcfJatllCIlt^/ nuUite de tefaiyiem. 

To counter-mind, ctttJrt-j iricbcrrufcii obcr forbcrtt/ ct^ 

ticn gcgctl=bcfd)l crtljcilcil / comremandir. To counter- 
mand a will, cititcftantcntutifrdffttgriuigWtig niad;cti/um' 

fiOjTctl/ invalider un tejfament. 

Countermanded, \\\x{\t\ gcfcbcrt/ comremande , ^c. 

Counter-miirch , citi contra- obcr iunlcfmard; / contrc- 
marcbe. 

Counter-mine, ciiic gcgcti-nuiiC/ gcgcii-'miniruttg/ contre- 

mine- 
To counter-mine, gcgcnnifjitrctt/ cttDa3 iu nic()tc mac^cit/ 

covtyeniiner. 

Countermined, gcgenitiiiilrct, cntbccFct imb iunic^tt 

gciUilc!)t/ cu}:tycmli}j. 

Counter-miner, ciil gcgctl'miltircf/ contreivitieur. 

Counter-mining, ii^i gcgeitltUllircn / I'aHion de co>}' 
tyewiner. 

Countcr-murc, CtlJC Wibcmiaucr/ contyemur. 

To counter-mure, dtic wibcrniaiicr m\hci,\K\\ , contye- 
mi4yey. 

Couutcr-pain, cittC 9Cad^ct« kt0CCf(/ contre-pointe. 

Counter- 



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li<i) Ift/ tti-me de pi-GV!»ce. Country-houfe, Ctrt Imib-'^ail^/ 
einluit'^auf/foaufbemliltltiCtfi/ maifondes champs. Coun-. 
try-iifc, t^a^ Icbeil aitf {»eni lan&C, unevie ru/lJq<4e. Coun- 
try-man, ctti brtuci'sntann/ cincr fe mi bcm lautc roeftnct ; tin 
''S'\lca', <mc fd)tiift urn ^n lavMtnann, campi/^imd, pdrfisn; compuniote. Whac 

cf5unm--inan are your* n)D fenl) if)rf)cr? au^ tveUBcm Ian- 
be fenO if-t? (le quel pais etesvous? We are cduntryinen, 
rptr flttb lailt)^;lcutC / »o«J" fomnes de memes pais. A 
cdunrr\^-woman , cine frau fo auf bciii lanbc n>Pl):Kt/ cltic 



Counter-pane, elne abfd)rtffto!jec jcgertfd^rifft cine^cott-' 

trflCt^/ JC. double. 

Ccunrer-parrjCtnCflbfi^rifft, %tm^xi^U CWC SCgCfl-' 
^illllUC,. double, CO pie; contre-partie. 

Counter-pica, ba:* 
»crhutc!i/ 1)4 eiii (int. ffen ntcf)t Domcife/ cbet 

feine \t\m\\ barfJelle ; «? declaration, qui tend 

a forclorre ur.e pnfoime de prcduire. 

Counter-plot, iint falfc^c cingefd^obcncfonfpiratiiMf/ttm 



bic reabrl)afftf^c in cia gclifc^tcr ju briitcien; dr\i gcgctt4tfl/ ! ^^^ucr^--frau ; cine lanti^;nnnmti/ ime campagr.arde, une pai- 

cdifpiratlon fuppofee a dejfein de tourncr la r telle e^i ri- \far.r,e; femriie de meme pais. She is my country-woman, 
dicule ; contie-friejje. ' fie ifl lUCtnc lanb^lliannin/ elle eft de man pais. Countr)-- 

To counter-plot, ciite falfc^f, einacfc^obctte confpiratien I Eiquire, eiii (fbclmtmn «»m U\M, tin lanb-juncfec/ Gen- 



ailftifftcn / fnire ur.e conspiration fei;m, onfuppofee. 

Counter - point, contra-puiKt; eitie gaidhele bettbccfe- 
contrepoint ;'conrte-peiKte. 



tilhormne de provinceyHobreau. Country-clown, country- 
bumpkin, etn bfluer, ciii arobet baucr; «» pa'ifan, un gros 
villaseois. Country-pirfon, dtl prcbi^cr Cbcr pftllTCr cuf 



trepoids, equilibre. 

To ccuntcr-poiie, gegen einantcr rod^cnr gldc^ c^mi^t 



Counter-poife, hai gc9en*?ett}id)t/ ^\<i'\i):%txe\^t , con- bcm liinbC/ Cin bW?f'Pf«r/ miniftre de campagm , cure de 



village. Countr)'-ballad,c6imtry-fong, elri artjfetl4ieb, vau- 
i devrlle. Country-dances, tdnPC fo auf bem lanbegcbraucfit 



macften, ba^ gcgciigcit>tcf}t Ijaltcn/ contre-dalancer , 7nettre\mtt)in I t^iV (SngllK^C baucr-fan^C, rtVx ^j^^fj de campH- 
en equilibre. \gne. Country-like, %\\X \ihm\^ , Wic ein ^mxx , HHC auf 

Counter-poifed, glcicfimic^tig , in Cilt glcld^ geroic^t g^^i bem lanbC/ qui fent la campagne. 



\X^i)Xi contrebalance, en cquilibre 
Counter-poifon , etn Qcgetl-gifft/ cortrepoifon. 
Counter-rail, cin gCi^cn^gittcr/ double baluftrade. 
Counter-round, cine gegenrunbe/ contreronde 



County, cttie jjroL'inB cber ©raffcfwfft in ^nglatib; «nc 

©rafj'c^afft »b«rlanbfit>t^fft tmti ©rafen. Province; Comte 
* County or county-court, bai gertd^t/ fo bcr Sheriff 
^ . ^ ^ . . _ . . , . ., , felbil aUemonat in fcincmbeiircf halt/ eberburdft fetticn nad); 

Counterfcarp, Hi «uiiertte bruilreercf an c»ncr fd)mc, get'cBten I^alten Idpt/ W>f« de cour, 01, de jurisdiction, qut 
Die brnj?ttJc{)rc an Cllicm realle ,contrejcaipe. \ /, sheriff tient tous les mois dans fon department, ouauLil 

To counterfcarp , ctne bvuflroetjre m mm nwUe mo-- fait tenir par fon (ubdeleTui. 



C^Cn / contrefcarper. 

Counted carped > mlt ciner brUjtnje^re ^iX^i^W, contre- 
fcarpe. 

Countericiiffle , 5". ttjcnn gutc frcttiibc/ pfine fi(^ jtt fefv 

ncit/ ^anbgcmcin rocrben/ fi^of d'amisy qui fe bat tent fans 
fe connoitre. 



Coup, f. Coop. 

Coupee, coopce, cirt fc^nitt obcr fc^dtt im tan?«t/ 

coupe. 

Coupee, ^. Couped, f, Coopee, ^. 

Couple, cin paiir; ein banb fur iroct^^unbC/ couple. 



Counter-fecurit)-, bfc Dcrfic^cfung cbor qegctu0errc6rci. L- "^^ cduple, etlic^c binge paaren,jurammenbinbcn, jo,- 

b«n.^c .net ^m ,^A^ ...^U^lXx. '^S^^^^^^^i^S^^ 

rcrt/ coupler ; accoupler, joindrepour la generatioUt marier j 
fejoindre; s' accoupler. 

Coupled, gcpaarct, jufammcngefugct/ jc. accouple, &^\ 



. hah 

tm, ajfcurance que I' on donne kfon repondant pour le de- 
dommager. 

Counter-tally, eitt 9€gen-ici(l^en/ gegcn-'ferb^ol^/ contre- 

taille. 

CouBter-tencT, bcr contratenor, \iCX oXt, haute-contre. 

To countervail, gleij^ uicl gcltCH.. fflS/ cbcn fo UJCl mi- 
tragcn obct recrtb fepn,; zXX6!xi Dcrgeltcn, erfcpcij/ gut ntiu- 



Co'uplet, S. ittJCt) rcint-jeilen/ deux vers rimes. 

To couplet, F.A'. »(rfe niacpen/ /rf«v </« twx. 
, • . , . .,- , . - . ^. . . „ Coupling, bic }«fanimenfuflimq/ ba^ juramntai»aam»/ 

C^en, Ctnbringen/ C?|tattcn/ valoir autanty etrc equivalent-,. JC. I'uflion d'accoupler, <sfc. f. To coupk. The cou- 
ruompeufcr, contrepefer a. It countervails the charge,! piings of a net, biC WOfc^ctt/ Hefe-'locficP, les mailles d'un 
e3 Ijt biC mut)C IttOl)! reertf), lacboje en v.mt la peine. The Ji/c-f. 



prohc cannot countervail the hazard , ce* tragt bic niut) 
Bid)! aU3, /fjVa »/ vaiit pas la chandelle. 

To cotmter-wdrk , gcgauuinircn/ gcgcnU'^ wicer et»(rt 

jctrauc&cn, contremine^-, itfer de contrerufe. 

Couatefs,eine®rafut,einc^ ©rafmgcnw^lui/^beptvlttttce/ 

Cimtejje. 

Counting, &a3 rcc^TCH/ JT, /'^/o« ^^ «?Jfd7-, <ifc. f. To 
count. Caiinting-boaxd, einrei^enbm/rcientifci;,ro»/o/>. 
Counting-houfe ot the King's houfehold, f. Green-doth- 

Countiels.unjeblic^, innambrcble. 

Cauntic, f. County. 

t Counter, fergeant-counror, cm ObUCfatc, evocaf. 

Country, ei;i lanb, cine laiibfi^afft, gcacnb; baniwb/ 
pais, contree; les champs. A man's own coimay, a 
mail's natr\'e country, ciitcsft'tn t>atcilanb,/i?p^;;vV. One's 
country -language, bic ninftcr-lPMCf^c, lahn^ue mr.ter- 

udU. Cduurry-word, ciii itcpt f» m\\v, Utibc g«ijraucf)- 



To cour, f. To cowr. 

Courage, ^ mutb/ fcit^ t)cffi/ bic l^cf^^afftegfeit; r«|>fi 
fcrfeit/ courage, coeur, valeur. 

Couragious, mutfjig, b<l)cPBt, ^effifwtft/ nnerfd^i-ccfetf/ 

tapffcr coMragaix. 
< Couragiously, niut^ig/ ^ttt^^aiftiq, courageufement. 

Couragjoasneis, f. Courage. 

Courant, mt courante, zir\t art cinc? tmt^ti, cotnmte. 
A weekly courant of news, bie ttJPC^OltUc^C jcitung, une 
gazette. 

To coure, f. To co\n. 

Cduwer, ci.n uititfcp, p»^-'?ctitePy efgcner a&gefanbter boftf, 

cc wrier, exprh. 

Courie, y|. grob,bfcJ; basrtfcfi; fc^tcc^f, gcnnd/^*'/- 

ficr;rif.:que; chef if. Coiirfe bran, gcn'age flcncil/ </* 
/^.-; >•. Courfe bread, fc^wap^ bp^bt/ PPCf cn - bpebt/ ^XUp- 
9X^\iX,du pain bis, 

Cou;le> 



Courfe, S. berlauff; Ui lauffeti; ber mt^, bit ficaOe 
'tinti fcl)tfFd; cine rcife ju lanb okrroaflfcr; cine orbnung* 
folac/i'filic; abmec^sluMc)/ umroec^elums; ber gebraiid}/ Ciic 
8cn)D!)nl)ctt; t>a'n>ani)c(/bicartunt>n)eife 5« Icbeu/ ba^ yer- 
IjaltCH/ t)crfaf)re«/ tf)un; tie art/ ivcife/ mctl)obe/ bci* tiJccj 
cbci* ba^ mittcl ctma^ ju t^un ; cine tradjt t m gci'icfK/ 



152 C O U. CO u. 

^•5r(lcn^ i^of ober pallaff; ftrnM-haUmq, obct bcr^ilrfte 
Uiib fcinc ^ofi&cbicntcri ; auficartung fluf ctnen Siirftett 
obcc groiTcii ^pcmt ; bcr genc^t^.-fayl/ bae'^of--gerid)t,bai 
ric^t4>'«f'/>^bcn'>itl)4^«f'5 i>ct\)^utn\), bctmji bic rio- 
ter/ ba^ gcrtd)tC< baffl'-cour; parvis; ruel/e; palais de Vrln- 
ceJePi-}itce(i5ffes courlifans; ceur ; palais dejujlice; Ui 
gang; anfc^lag Cbcr anflcUung mn ^'X^t , coursy courfe; \juges d'me com-, cour. To make his court ro a Prince, 
route \ ckem'in, voyage; crdre, rattg, fuite :, tour; coiltu-\tUKm'§hxftCl\ai\^matU\\/ftih-e/acourattn Prince. Court- 
me ; inaniere de vivre y precede ; manlere y voye y ;«q)'«;, j yard , ber ^of in cincnil)flufe/ ^^?-««'''- Court-minion, 
met'jode; unfervicede table ; inefures. * A courfe of hu- ! ctn guttjlling (tin {)Ofe/ mignon. Court -party, intr^ox- 
mours in the eyes, cin flu0 (n ben augcn/ une fiuxio7t\t\)tV) m\\)^'i'it fff't' de lacour. Court-Ladies, bte^Of*ba* 
fiux yeux. A courfe of eggs , cin gcOriStceper/ unecouvee\\\\\,\\i dames de la cour. Court-vilit, einc 5cfud;uug om 
d'oeufs. A courfe of ftones, cinc lage fletUe (im \>mfl\\?) \ t)Ofer cine gac furtJC \>\\\Xii vljite de cour y cgurte vijtte. 
pare?nentdemurailley ajjifedepien-es. Women's month- Ccnirt-mifs, cine ^of - l^UtC / co«r;//*/7??^. Court - holy - wi- 
ly courfes, bic nionatU^e jeit ber njcibet/ mois de femme. ter, btc compUntentcn unb »ergeHic{)en j)er{)cij]rungcn bee 

The main courfe , t>Cii groffcfc.acUrt cincm fc^ttfC/ la gran- l)Oflin^C; gUtC nJOrtCUnb nicf/t^ba{)inter/ eaubenhede cour. 
devc'thy le grand facfi. A continual courfe of fin, cin Un- Court-like, ()ofmdnntfc& y trie cin IjOping/ JVic an bcm {)Ofe/ 
aufboHid) laf{erf)aftC^ leten f une victcut a fait criminelk: ^ a la Jfianiere de la cour. Ccxurt-day, cin geric^t'J^tag/ 
A thing of courfe , cincgcmcinC/ gcnJOljnlic^C flC^C/ \>k fic& jour de palais. Tennis-court, ciu ball^^auj?/ tripotjeude 
immci' \\\Ui%t, une chofe ordinaire, qui fe fait toujours. paume. Court-card, cittC frtrtC Hlit tilbeni (altJ bcC it?!)? 
Words of courfe , gentcinc rebcn^ -- artcn, manieres de par- j nig/ bie bame I K-) carte fgurie. Court - rolls , ein lc!)etv 
ler. In courfe, of courfe, natui'lid^cr/ gctt50l)nlfd)er rccifC/ 1 buci^/ xill§^l)Ud)/ terrier. Court-baron, brt3 gcvic^tC cinei 

»on natur; oon fic^ fclbfi/ naturellemem y ordinaircmenty\\0!)i\\i\)itm I obcr cigent^^um^^^cmi eincei abelid;en guh^/ 

de luimeme.,^c. To be in a courfe of phyfick , Wei)XV!)t\\\ cour • fonder e , cour du feigneur fonder. Court- leet, 
flufcineseitlang9cbtaudKn^^r^«''^w-r les remedes. To put , '^Qi.i gei'ic^tc eine3 cigcntbum^'^citn einco abclid)en gutc^, 
juftice into its courfe, uber rcc^t Ijalfctt/ bie gercd^tigfcit | bie cerbrcc^cn ber einroo^ncr cigcntlid; tetrcjfcnb/ cour 

flUeuben; iemanbjufeiiKni red)t Ucrl)Clttenf /rt/Ve, rendre\fondere qui regarde propretnetit les off'enfcs. Court- 

jujiice. To rake a wife courfe, ctnc fac^e fluglic^ anfan-' ' chn'ftian, eingcrid^te/ fo in religion^ 'faclKn ridjtct; cour 

ghlf anflcUcn/ prendre de jufles mcfures. To take bad qui juge des affaires de la religion. A court of guard, 



(or wicked) courfes, cin H\ti tcben ^vA)Xt\\ t fe debaucher. 
you muft take another courfe of live , ("(jr ntflljct cin m: 
bcr Icben anfangcn / ilfaut quevous cha7Jgiez de vie. Or 
elfe 1 shall take a courle with you, tVO nid}t/ fo Wcrbc id) 
cud) cin anbcr^ wcifcn/ fonficn nscrbc tcO cuc^ ju tf)un ma- 

cJ)en; m\\ mic& m cud) ^altcn/ autremcm je vous entre- 



f. Corps-de-gard. 

To court, , urn fcim gunfl obcr lick }u ct^alun, etnem 
flattiren, ii)ii bojlid) hciitnm, urn cine iungfer rccrbcn/ 
frcpcn; cinen nott)igen / urn ctroae flctiiia an^altcn; cincti 
infldnbig bitten ; (nac^ cinem amte ober biert^e) ilrebcn^Tii:^ 

bcrocrbcn / (barum) an'&altcn/ courtifer, faire la cour ou 



prcndrai , je vous ferai des ajfaii-es:, je m'en prendrai a \r amour a, rechercher -y prejfer , prier ; briguer, demaitdcr 
vous. To take -a courfe with one at law , niit cincut ci- j («» employ.) 

ncn vrocc^ anfangcn / i^n cer gcrid}t Dcrflagcn / pcurfuivre Courtal, 5. cin furljcr jiuij/ cbcr ba^ ^ flotc / courtaud, baj- 

quelcunenjufiice. I don't fear you, take your courfe, I /wr^cwo'^/. 

iii furcate mid) fur cuc^ nidjt, tbut rcae il)r iDPllt / t^utimH C6mted,f)6|[id)>beb(cnct/}C- aqui Von fait la cour, ou 



ttterl)innac^«curemt)crfianbe / gntbuncfcn/ je nc vouscrains 

point , faites ce que vous voudrez , faiies commcvous Ten- 
tendrez. Take your courfe, & 1 shall take mine, tt)Ut 

nad) curcm gcfallen/ unb i<S) pcrbe c5 macben, raie e^ nu'r 

«}Utbcud)t/ prenezvotre parti y (Iff je prendrai le mien. To 
follow the courfe of time, fi^ in bie Jcit fd)tdPen/ s'ac- 
commoder au terns. By due courfe of law , nacb bcm 
Xi6)U I juridiquewent. To leave the world to take its 
courfe, bieftJCU tbUU lafen/ roa^ fie mitt, Uijfh- faire le 

tnonde. By courfe, nad;bcrorbnung oberrcibC/roecbfcl^'Wci'- 
fO/ ciner unt ben anbern/ tour a torn 



I 'amour, dffc. f. To court. 

Courteous, {)6fltcb; freu«blid)y!junfftg/ gcncigt/ bienflwili 

Ug/ Icutfclig / courtols i doux y bcnin , huniain. Courteous 
reader, frcUrtblicbcr Icfcr/ ami lef/eur. 

Courteously, boPic^/ frciinbltcb« Wii^^t honnetement, 
civilement. 

Courteoufnefs,f. Courtefy. 

Cdurtefan, f. Courtezan. 

Courtefy, bic bofTid'fcit. frcuiiblicbfcif ; cine m\^i 
frcunbfcb«ft/ ciu gcfjllen, bicnfl ; tie aclinbJBfcit/ gutc/ 
Uutittfeir; leutfeltgfcit; bas« ncigcn obcr bucfen ciner ivcib^^ 



To courfe, ctlUa^ jagcn/ courre. To courfe over a Jiill, ' pcrfott/ courtoifie; faveur, fa-vice i douceur , benrgnitSy 



ubereinenbergjircicbcn / allerpardejfiisune momagnc. To 
courfe in the fchools, itt bcn fd^ulcrt btfputJrcnr difputer 
dans les ecoles. 

Courfciy, grob/ miijOfii^J/gro^erement. 

Courfcnefs, bie grobbctt/^roj^^^e/f . 

Courfer.cin rcnn-'pfcrb/jacit pfcrb/pofl^pfcrb ; ein bifputan^ 

U, courfier ; diffuteur. Horfc-courfer, citJ rofd) f tdufcbcr/ 

cin pfcrb'bdnblcr/ maquignon 



humaniti ; reverence de femme. P. Full of courtefy, 

fuUof ciafr, ircr gar ju uicl complimetuen macbt/ ber 
bringt ficb nnr baburcb iw Dcrbad)t / un trap grand refptd 

eflfufpcft. To live with one upon courteiy, bcn tiwtm 
auS gunil fcincn nulfeiUbfllt babCll,. demeurer chez ^uelcuapar 
faveur. 

Cdurtezan, cinebure mctjC, ^o»r///rfw^ 
Courticr,ci•lbofnIann/ cin boflitig ; cin arti«r/ boflicb« 



Courfey, bcrlauffeiner gaUcC/Obcrcinc^fcbtifc^/ c ow'/f, i mcnfcb ; cine bof-bamc/ cwnifan , ttn homme poli, civU\ 

courfier. femme de la cour. 

Court, ber bof in eincmbt^nfe; ber uorbof ciner fircbe ; C6urtin,eiuuorbfingt>bcrumbaiig«nciJ bettcfl; bic cortiii 
ein e«3«« gd^lein / ein gd^lein o^ne bur^gang ; ciue^ einermauerjtvifcbeniroepenbouwercgen/ f«'«^''»f- 



COU. COY. 



COY. CRA. 



'J? 



Courting, bAi ^oflic^C tctittiett/ K- raclion de faire la ' qui a de I'aver/^on ^ bostrrue ; orgueilleufe,dedatgneufe;pre- 



catr, &L. f. To court. 

* Ccurdais , cin furPCT ixcittt kgcrt/ cin itl^, ancou- 
telas. 

Courtlinefs, f. Courtship. 

Courriy, flrtUc^, fdtl/ ^O^tC^ tcttt OUC^ IBO^t atlltC^tt , ga- 
iant,p9li, civil. 

■ Courtship, bic ^ojltc^fctt; axtW^UxX m fcbcrficii* orti^c 

teric. Joiiceurstjleurettes. 

To coulen, &c. f. To cozen, &c. 

C6ufen,cduiTn, Jerocttcr/ t)iebafv'/ muJsmc, gcfcfiroiftcr 
f ^ll^/ t>w vatcxi (ber mutter) brubcrs Co^cr fc^rocftcr) ('ot)ti obcr 
toc^tcr f coujin, cvufine. Coulln gemuin , cill iciblit^Ct OCt^ 
ter' etilC IciHlc^C bafC/ imttjmC/ co-ufin germain. Ale- 
con J coufin, a coulln once removed, cine^ leiblic^Ctt »Ct== 
ter^cbetmubmciifinb/fo^ncbertoc^tct/ «w/t)» /^« de ger- 
main^ cuu/ine ijjlie degeminine. 

Cdvy of partridges, eill flu^ f«lt>-:^U JttT/ (In ^fluffeo rcb4"' 
ncf/ T'o/eV ou barJ.e deperdrix. 

Cow, etncfuf)/ vnche. * He is as s[ood as a milk-cow 



cidufe. Coy, J?, f. Decoy. 
Coyfe, f. Coife. 



COyn, ClC. f. Coin, Sec. 

Cdyneis,fd)amI)afti9Ecit,#{[Ic^ wcfett ; etne an^csoamtfr 

ne flttfamf ctt raeme ; modejiie (iffe{lee,prud*:rie. 

Coyning, f. Coining. 

C6) te , f. Coic. 

To cozen, ciitctibetTugett/ l^interge^en/ trom^er. 

Cozenage, cozening, b<t \>(ttUi , bit tctruim?/ trom- 
perie. 

Cozened, bctro^eit, trompi. 

Cozening, f Cozenage. 

Crab, ei:i \mc!ix> TOilbcr apffel ; tin IxiU ; tint filR-lawf ; ciw 

TOcrcf}CUgfd/UJerelu|li;il \X)X\\\X%thin,pommef<7uvage; cancre: 
morpion ; cbevre. Crab-tree, ein TOtlbcT flPffel-baum , psm- 
miirfauvage. Crzh-fish, mUt\ii,ecreviJ/i. Crib-ioufe, 
cine fllt?'laUB um morpion. 

Cribbed, fauer (tt>ie ettie unreiffefrudjtv) wufe f utt- 
eben ; lUr/ tromg, prenge/ murrifcfe .- buucfcl, utjferiT.i^Mtcft/ 

fc^n):r |U ycrjtC^CIt, apre, rabotcux ., inegali chagrin ; ob- 



to that sharper, crbrin.abent gelt>'fct)mbcc fo ctcl cirt / ala A^r. A crabbed look, ein faure^ %t\\^it , unvifage 



ettIC melcf etlD C f Ub / // eji la vacbe a lait de ce flo'u. * To a 
cow's thumb , gatiB gcnaU/ exaHew.ent. Cow-herd, cow- 
keeper, ein f iib'l)trtC/ vacber. Cow'- itch, baS autTcrltc^e 
rauc^c unb .gldnnenbe tbcil eincr bot)iie t fo akI \i,\\^\tx\. 
f Ommt/Zc' dehors velu i5f luifaat d ufie certaine fcve qui vitnt 
des fndes. 

To cow, etiiem cine fur($t ober ein fc^recFeti txnmtn , i^n 
erf^^retfen, ju furc^ten nxaijtn, imimider, ipouvanter. 

Coward, einefetgememnie/ tvx Dcrjagter/ fleinmiit^iger 
bdrertbiuter. dnefeige/fiirc^tfamefrau/«« couard, Mcbe, une 

poftroihie. 



chagrin. 

Crdbbedly, f.j^.tolookcrabbedly, fturfe^cn/faur augfe^ 
ben, tffo/V' ur.e mine cbagrir.e. 

Crabbednefs of Ih le , eiil UrtglctC^er ftyius , bit Urtglci; 
<^cactcinc3%Ji, fo ba mad^et/ ba.% er fc^wer \\x tscritehctt 
l^, I'inegalite dun Jiile. Crabbednefs, bcr faiire fle^ 
fcbraacf; bit rduhc; bit mMxxiiijt, raube, flrcttge ort ebcr 
natur etne? menfc^cn , fetne (Irenge, murrifc^C/ faure gcftalt 
beeangcficbt^/ apretS^ duretiy incgaUte\ bumeur borrue, 
air chagrin ou^rjere. 

Crack, ein ri§, rift, cine fpaltcfpaltuttg; ctn fwe^cn, fnati,. 




Cowardly, .■idv. ocriigtcfnjcif;, fleinmutbig/ lachemer.t. 
Cowcomber, cine fuEunittier* gorcfC/ concombre. 

Cowed, gefc^recfet/ bem man cine furc^t eingcjagt/ imi- 
midi. 

Cowing, ba^i crfc^rccEcn, «. Vaaiond'intimider, i^c. f. To 
cow. 

Cowl, cine mun<^^'fap|)C/<'<i/>ffr'^o». f auc^Tub. 

Cdwlis, f Culiis. 

* To cowr down, ntcbcrf ntcH/ mit gebcugtcn fnten aufbcr 

tXbt\\%Vi ^ebailTer. 

Cowslip, fd>iutTel'b(umen/ wetiTc betoniert,/)r/>wtav>v. 
By cdxbones , bC9 tnciuCT fcc^^/ ventre bleu., vaitre 
faint gris. 



cemauperclus. * Crack-rope, ctngalgeii^fcbroenscl/ gaU 
gen-bieb /'c-w.-'iiyr/. Crack^fart, f. rackfart. 

To crack, etiDas fpalten / \tx\^^\ta\, ♦jcrbrcc^ctt; ffcfefpaT^ 
ten, auffpaltctt/ berilcn, aufbrcc^en, aufjpnngen / icrfrrinacn, 
mit eineni f nallc brcc(?en ; frocften f narren, fitaUen ; fid) ru^.- 
mt\\,TfX<l\tntfendre, cajjer ; fe fendre , fegerfer , s' eclat a- ; 
craquer ; fe vanter. To crack a loufe , einc lflU§ tobf ma; 
(t)tn, tuer un pott. He& ! have crack'd man) a bottle tocre- 
ther, roirbabcntuan^eflafcftesufaninienauegetruitcfen k^ 
AToni vjr/Vif (^/>w </£• bout cities enfemble. He ears rill his bel- 
ly is ready to crack , er ftiiTct fic^ fo »cU , ba% ibm bcr wmft 
jerberften tt!6c6tC / iifccrevedejnanger. Does he think to 

1 crack me out ? gcbcHcf et cr niir tin fierce! e« einjujagea ? oeit 



Coxcomb, ein ba^rtcn^famm; ein einbilbifc^er narr,dn \il me faire peur? 

pbantaft, tummcr maul-utfc, efd; la crhe du coq ■. ur.fot , fat. Cricked, f Crackt. 

'^1 !="^''^'^'^ coxcomb, ci;i unrot|Tcnbcr, ungef^icfter efel/ ber | Cracker, etiTc r etarbe. con f<^ic§ - »ul»er gemat^t ; tin pa,- 

t^c^cc^ ctaa^ ctnbilbct. w;; /^«c/;wj/, unane. ipterUiu, b;^mitutaiibtebaarcobcr pemmicn in hx\x\i fecfen 

Tocoxe.cmcniidjateicfclen/ liebfofen/ gute, glatte wortc 'brin^t; eincroffprci^eryprablerjeineurc^fprccticrtrt/if^^r//; 

geben/ ben tUC^^ Icbroann nrcic^cn / flatery carejfer. papillote ; vanienry vanteufe. Nut - cxacker , ein bafelnuf 



Coxed, geltcbfcf;:!: {late. 

Cox^r,einfc^meic^Ux liebfofer, fde^^.fi^rodnfier, einc 

|djm:i(f)lcri;t fiateur,fiat£ufe. 

Coxing, ba5 lietfofcn, ;c, ration debater. 
Byc6.\nouns, kiv, mciner fcc^^, ventre bleu^par la mert. 
Coy, (roirb^mic t'cntrciba-^pcrfonen gcbrau^t,) eingejo- 



fac^cn nact> fdiieni fcpffc eirijutic^ten » ccjlle ridic^c ccn 

feiO' ds I'itat . eu un hotnfm- aut fp rt.' ' 

gen, ^illc, iiic^rig, fc^ainbaftig; aunbcrli^ , tviberfmnig, / etat 



tnurrifcf) ; fiolt?, uerad)tctib ■■, bit einc geircunaene ober m- 
gcnommene manicr cber art an fi(§ ^at, ritenue , prude j 



breeder, r<^ noifette. 

* Crackfart.cinbauc^-ttJtnb/ fViX^,pet ev gueule. * He 
is the crackfart of the nation, er iH etil ladjcrlti^cr tablet 
be^gemcinennjcfen^ , btx\x^ ccrgcbcn^ bemiibct bic ftaats-- 



feur ds I etat , eu un botttme- qui fe mile en vain a^errler 

{To 
To 



Cracking, ba^fpaUcn,?C. ration de fendr(yifc. 

crack, it. Cracknel. 

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To crackle, fvaC&Crt/ fmVxil, Immnimfcim/ a-aqucter. 

Crackling, tia^frrtC^Ctl/ IC, crRiinement. 

Cracknel, citte ^Xi'^iXi ciiicfrlitgcl/ crnquelln. 

CriKkr, QcfpaltCtl/ K,fa-,du, ©\-. f To crack. Crackt, tt^r* 
rifci)/ V«W0rrei1 mi f OlJff, /««, qui 'V le cet-veaupsrdus. Crackt 
merchant, cinfauffniflllU/ terbaitquerotgefpidt/ marcband 
qulafa'it banqueroute. 

Cradle, cine K5tcac^^«rf<7«. An iron cradle, fcd^ ctfci'tte 

Crair,em^ant)iVfrdF; tielit}/ arglifJ/ tjcrfd^latjeii^cit ; cin 

funft-flucFlciil/ l'Cl'bori?C!ieran(ci)la9/_tlicf, metier \fmejj'i;y ar- 
' tlfice ; intrigue. P. There is a craft in da vvbing , ce^ flcvft ei- 

ncf»;iJl'n,«Uen tingcn / cin icDce birig bat fctnen t)rtnbgi'if / // 
_y /? ^/w /?r)ijrere en tQHtes chofes. Crafts-niann, ctl! ^anE>R)crt:F^' 

Itlittin/ homme de metier. Crifrs - mafter , cin mcijiCC Ol»Ct 

fui'.^lc? in ffitivnutjaubitJCrcfC/ bomme habile en fonart, ar- 

tijle. Hand} craft, f Handy. 

* Craft, Fattffinaitil-*-'fd)iffe/ valjj'cmix marchands. 
Small erair, cin ()0^r/ imcf;ctt/ des bateaux., des barques, 
CTdfcily,Ufti(!. -T ihu^\x<i),finenicnt; artlftemcnt. 

Craffiac-fs, bic lifj/ nrgUft/ uerfd/l(igeut)cit/ fin^JJ^'i- 
Crafts-man, Ullt» Crafts-mafter,f. uutcr Craft. 
Crafty, Uilii', argliftici/ t)erfd}(agcif/ burd)tn'cbni//?/. 
Crag, Vet tHil;j,iiacfe.T, eui fclf?/ ct!ic)'i-cin'Fltp}Jc;_t'ie pifee 

etnc»I)Of)eniicitl'fli^t>C//t'f^/g'«£'«^acoa; j-ot-j /^ r/jw dUm 
baut rocher. 

Crigged, craggy, rattf>/ tmcbet?/ fviftg/ felfic^t/ raboteux. 
Thea-aggyend of a neck of mutton, bac! blutigC eilbe bcs 

^iilfc^i'on et!isiit{>a«imcUbei' fd^aafe/ ^^ boutfalgneux d'un 
collet de mouton. 

Cr.\gginefs,t)ic V(iu§C/ mm eft»al uneven t|l/ itat de ce ^ui 

tjl raboteux. 

To crim, ctTOse Htieinftf dett / ticff ^titciiitrticFen ; m- 

faUcll, fallen ^^ yx\>iX\{\'^i\\ , »PU fiPPlfcny fourrer^ enfoncer; 
remplh\farcir. To cram one's felf with meat, tctiattl^ 

sen mit )>ciren ubcrfuUiii/ fict) uoU frcffen / fegorger de vlun- 

dssy. fefardr. To cram poultry , uoget fUif |icn / engraljfer 
la volatile. He crams his belly as much as ever he ».an, 
<r fuUct (cirtCtt reaitfi trcj!id^/ /'/ rembour.re bien Jon pour- 
foint. 

Crimhe, clnc mihcrl]ti\mg/ redlte. 

Crambo, ci« reim-fpicl/ t>a tJcr jcnige / f«> m reort njtcter^oj 

le{;eineilfcl>lcrl)e9C5Ct/^<!'«</<?>"/wH?>o*!ft'/«/ j';« repete guel- 
i^ue mot, eommct unefatit. 

Crammed, t>tncji}0ejiccf t, K.fotirre, ifc. f. To cram. 
'Crrimmingyt)av^ill-CitllledtCa/iC- I'diilon defourrer, &e. 
f To cram. 

Cramp, bcrFrirm^jff, wmt cincm tic pliebcr cinfc^lofcn et>cr 

iXfi^XUJAicr4i}nt>£,etigmirdlJp7rient. Cramp-iron, cill Ctfcr-' 

ner^atfm/ cIrc Uaxmrn, travjpcn. To faik-n with cramp- 
irons, nay*mern/ mit eifcrncn |)fl(Jc!t SJifomiiieii (jcftcn / cram 
ponner. Cramp-fish, bcr iiiecr-ft fd) / bcc t>ic \)m\i bcrjcnificn 
la^mct/ bie ihn QncjtcilfcU/ ia torpllle. 

Tc cramp one, eincij wii 6em hitU iic^en mit bintifa- 
Sen t %tt on cincn fi»i(;er ebcr an cine je'f^c aiwbunbcn ifl, 

tirerque/ctet: ben dulit avec ime fcelfe atiachOe a tm dvlgt ) 
ae/ainalny oudu-pud. Tocrampout, mit (icnxilt ilcri^UtS- 
iiC^en,aiWl'CijiCny /''?»■ debors par forces arracher. To cramp 
f !ic iron ii), cut ^iid eifcn l)i4tein iWtngcn / Jceller unephct de 

CraBpcd, f CramjTT. 

Cramptrn, f. Crainp-Tron. 
, Ci-impinij, fcfi^ jict)c;i ans bent 6«ttC/ JC. I'^iflion de ther 
guehun Uurs du 11 1^ i^c \. 'I'o criimp. 



C R A. 

Crimpt, flttr bent UiH mm% )f- ber ^en framjjff ^«t 

?/'?-(/ -&orj- du lit, &c. qtil a la cranipe. A crampt word, eiu 

flcjttnnisctt/ un,qctu6t)niid^c^ itJort/ em vim, fo nud cinej-anDcrrt 
|PMd)C nciipiiimcti/ unb udc^ tiid^t (?cljrdud)(i<^ iji, «« ww 
force, uii mot ecorcbiii^ quin ejlf/o'mt autorife par I 'ujage. 

Cranage , tiai priviiegium cinctt fran ju ^«ben t cbCf/ 
bcr jell/ ben man bent Ijcni? ciiic^ franca ciicbt, le privilege 

d^ avoir uue gruci ou, le droit qu'on paye au maitre de la 
gru'e. 

To crunch, f^ To crunch. 

Crine, cin ftrttud? ; etn fran, \(xmi man InfJcn naf- 

t»inbet; etnl)CbCC/ i\W xi>\jXi , grue -, grue,machlne; Jiphon. 

Sea-crane, cin mcct-^tanid; / {tm gemiilcr mccv'f;fc^,.)i^r«f 

de mer. 

To crane up, etttta^ mit cincm franc anfwinbcn / lever par 

le }noyen d'unegru'C' 

Craned lip, mit cincm franc aufgcnjunben/ leve, ^c. 

Crank, frifcf) Ullb gcfunb, (trtrcf ; lujlig, frolic^/ qulfeporte 

tie}!, vlgoureux \ gal. 

To crankle in & our, fruui t)crum gcfscU/ lauifen / fricc^cu/ 

n>ic cine fcf^langC/ [t^ Xixmln, fcrpenter , aller en tournant & 
par replls ii la maniere dcsferpens. 

Crankles, Ui tiugcln / tiQ.i frmtmtc t;ctitmgc^cn obcr lauf* 

fCtt/ replls, detours. 

Crannied, gcfpaltctt/ tijUcrflcinct fraUcit/ nflfeobct ri?e, 

fendu,pleln de crevaffes. 

Cranny, cinc flcinc fpnltc Obcr rihV petite fente. 

Crape, cine gflttung bic&t gcfrcptc^ jeus^/ buvrat^/ ct-epe, ou 

crepon. 

Crapnel, f. Grapple. 
Crafcd, f. Crazed. 

Crash, cin gro§ gcrdufc^C/ hvi frac^cn ; cin (frcit/ jancf /rc- 

ijfement, fracas . debat,querelle. 

To crash, ctmao^ jerf{Urrd)cn/ sctfc^lagcn/ jerfc^mciffen^ 
jcrfc()citcr;i/ ierfc^nicttcrn ; i\\\ 6ctdufd;ccbcrflcft!iifd)cmffi^ 
ct?cn/f!iirfd)Crt/frad;en/ flapjicrn/ flapp^n / frolJi-K , brljer; 

craquer. 

Crashing, bfl^ Jcrfc^lagCK/ i(J'afIlon defroijfer, ifc. 

Craiinels, f. Crazineli- 

Cr^fs, bicf/ grob, bic^t/ cra(J},^ais. 

Crallitudc, 'iiit bicf C/ epaiJJ'eur. 

Crai'y , f Crazy. 

Cratch, f Rack. 

Cratches , M^t obcr tip Oil bcn fcffcln Pbcr ftlfTcti (Inc* 

VfcrbC^/ nevajfe. 

♦J-Crivant, f. Cravent. 
Crav.it, cin ^aletud)/ tmecravate. 

To crave, ctmai?bc8cf)ren/t)crlani)cn/ barunitittcH/ oti^al- 

tCH; demunder. 

t Craven, crivent, cine feigcmemmc/ cinocrjastcrfcrl, »» 

poltron. 

* Crivcned, furc^itfam Qcmac^t/ imimide. 

Craver, bct ctrca^ kgeljrct/ »bcr barum flnl^alt/ </<?- 

mtmdeur. 

Craving, 5". Hi) 6cgcf)rcn / bag crnfllicljc an^aUen / I'afjlen 

de demmider. 

Cr.ving, A. bct flct^ bcgc^rct/ gei^ia/ tmucrgniiDt/ uncr* 

fdttlid)/ qui dcmavde toCjours, injatiable. 

Cravingneis, bic uncrfitrtlic()f City 8f iljigC mt, humeur irftt- 
liable. 

To crauuch, F. ^. f To crunch. 

Cr.'^w, bcr Frc|>n ci)cr fraicn fi.iciS \>xi<iidi, jabot. 

To crawl, fricd)cii/ fd;Icid;cn ; wit cinc \^\mo,t fric- 
d;fn.. fnJutm bcninucl^cncbcri^nfci, rampcr\ ftipent,r 



CRA. CRE. 

To crawl up to the cop of a tree , oufeincn bflum ^fiaiif Hct^ 
ttfit/ f ri CC^e:!/ ^-hnper au baut d 'un arln-e. To crawl with 
lice, liclUaufc K'.»U er,f couva t ou flein de poux. 

Crawkr, dii fnt^cn^C^tijicT/ ttJigejicfcff une creature 
',a)}ipi:>ne,un reptile. 

Crav\iinff,t)n5!ricrf>Clt/ ration deramper. 

Grayer ,"an« Art ctnc^ Heincil W^^^ I f<^rte de petit 
•LmJJ'cau. 

Criy-iish, citl frcW, ecrevijje. 

Crayon, cill penfel, grilfcl/ rct§41C0//)tf/?.V, crayon. 

To craze, ctRjae ierl)rc(:^en/ icrfc^lagcn, jcrfroiTcti/ rampre, 

fro'ilfer. 

Crazed, jcrtwc&ctt/ jerfc^lagcit , scrfh5«Te3; namfc^/ uer^ 
nwtrctiimfopife; fd^tvac^, txr cincn fc^wac^cn Dccltanb hat/ 

rc-npu,fyoiJJe;quial'efpritdctravers;fotpIe,juiarefprit 
fcisle. 

Crdzincis, biclci&5'rc6».^^cit/ untaflic^fcit/ fcaufalltgi 

feit/ "-'•"'"/"'■■ " :.''.duchC'. 

Cr j J . (c^mac& / f raft(o§ / un? dFlic^ / ^aufalltg/ 

maladij, i:i.i.i...:jircthtfrmet caduc. 
Creak, f. Creek. 
To creak, f. To creek, &c. • 

Cream, {!x<ik}m, nuld)=rabra; bcr fern/ \>9A oUctbcfte eon 

cincni tiiige / la crhn: da lait; la crhne , ccqu'une chofe a 
di liicUkur. That is the cream of the buiinefs , &c. \Hi i|l 
ber icrti f cr fac^e, K. CeJ} U lefin de I 'affaire. Cream of tar- 
tar, cremortarrjri,ober gcrctiU^tcr ntXM^dWi crane de tar- 
tre. Cream-cheefe , !d|c ucn milc^-rafjm cbcr faa^nc 9C^ 
tK;iC^t/ fi'omage a la aeme. * The aeam of a country , hct 

fcni, eberba^ucr»c{)mjl€etnc^lttnbe^, iafleur, ou les princi- 
pauxd'unpais. Cream-tart, einc railc^ro^tn ' tartC / tarte 
/<• crcme. 

To crcain, ju mil($ra^m 0tcr faa^nc WCrben , fe former en 

ewe, 

CrtMnccbiCjUOcrfjc^t; dnflricfletrt / itomit man im 1^- 

l)W^t bdlt Ullt) lO§ Ifijft/ contiance ; a-eance. 

Creafc, cine faltC/ cine bofe/ fc^Umme falte; ein |hi<^ 
mit frcibc gcniac^t/ un pli^un mauvais pit \ Ugnefaiteavec 
xrayc. 

To creafe, flus^c^len/ caneler. 

Creaft, f Crclt 

To create, etwas erfc^affcn/ an^ nic^ta raa^cn ; creircn/ 
nta4>cu ; ttmirfao^cn/ mac^en^circgen/ trm^; ceufer ^ fairer 

excite}-. 
. Crtited, erfcliafFcH/ }C. o-^/, ^c. 
Creating, baa erfc^a ifeH/ JC. / 'a/ilon de «v«-, ^c. 

Creation, lit erft^«fung, fc^epjfung ; J>ie cwel^lung, 

creation. ■Q- 

Creator, aekou ' ■" ' :nit crfcf^atfcr* rrr^/w/r. 
Creature, ciii 13 , -.ccrcatur ; cin nicnfc^ ; cines 

9C|vl)CVff/ g»-g<t/» iab-gA itrange creature, cin njuni>crtl)icr/ 
To abufe God's crearj res, ®PttW 
uferdtsbicnsdeDieu. * To take a 
TtMi 8la§ RKtn ttincf en / ^c/;? «» veiTc 

:n; crcbit/na^rac, ruff, geruc^te,anfc^eit/ 

'^reputation. To give credence to, ct' 
/a;outerfoi a. 

als, crcben(i.-fc^m5««y ttoUmac^t^ .- 6rief« / litres 

Credibicnefs. 

ilii)-. ^^iaxWinhVl^iCroyahle; dlgnedefoi. 

tic n»ani(li;einltc^fdt/ vraifmtia»ce,pre- 




C R H. i:, 

_ Credibly, tti^